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US Monitors Contacts of Ebola Patient in Texas - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

US Monitors Contacts of Ebola Patient in Texas
Wall Street Journal
Bodily fluids present an infection risk to medical workers treating patients with ebola. What gear do they wear? WSJ's Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer. Health authorities are monitoring for symptoms of Ebola in at least a dozen people who came into ...
Ebola patient told hospital he had been to LiberiaUSA TODAY
Ebola Patient Thomas Eric Duncan's Nephew: I Had to Call CDCNBCNews.com
UPDATE 7-Dallas Ebola patient vomited outside apartment on way to hospitalReuters
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Ebola infection rate outstripping health supplies - RTE.ie

The Independent

Ebola infection rate outstripping health supplies
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People in Sierra Leone are being infected with Ebola at the rate of five every hour, according to the charity Save the Children. It said 765 new cases were reported last week and the rate of infection means healthcare demands are far outstripping supply.
Ebola virus outbreak: 'Five people infected every hour' in Sierra LeoneThe Independent
Outracing Vows of Aid, Ebola Swamps a City in Sierra LeoneNew York Times
Ebola crisis: UK aid cuts 'hit fight' against virusBBC News
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Study Shows Decreasing Olfactory Sense Could Predict Death - Diabetes Insider

Diabetes Insider

Study Shows Decreasing Olfactory Sense Could Predict Death
Diabetes Insider
Apparently the olfactory sense is not only the strongest sense tied to memory; it is also a strong predictor of death within the next five years. A new study suggests that the inability to detect certain scents seems to indicate pending death within the next five ...
Smell test 'may predict lifespan'Panorama.am
Just in time for flu season: study suggests a weakening sense of smell can ...Daily Digest
Failing sense of smell strong predictor of death: StudyKhaleej Times
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Solving the mystery of why colds cause asthma attacks - Medical News Today

Medical News Today

Solving the mystery of why colds cause asthma attacks
Medical News Today
A new study published in the journal Science Translational Medicine reports the discovery of a potential new target to treat asthma attacks caused by colds. diagram of a virus infecting lungs. It has not been clear until now how a rhinovirus infection triggers the ...
Researchers Discover How Common Cold Leads to a Life-threatening Asthma ...iStreet Research
Why colds can cause asthma attacksHealth24.com
Scientists make breakthrough in bid to tackle life-threatening asthma attacksHerald Scotland
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Ways to waste cash: iPants, Ebola scams and start-up TV - Detroit Free Press

Detroit Free Press

Ways to waste cash: iPants, Ebola scams and start-up TV
Detroit Free Press
No one, really, can expect to lose weight by wearing caffeine-laced lingerie, according to the Federal Trade Commission. Loading… Post to Facebook. Ways to waste cash: iPants, Ebola scams and start-up TV No one, really, can expect to lose weight by ...
Federal government: caffeine-infused underwear won't help people lose weightUPI.com
Caffeine-infused underwear can't help you lose weightWESH Orlando
Caffeinated drawers will not help you lose weightiStreet Research
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How Moodiness and Jealousy May Lead to Alzheimer's - TIME

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How Moodiness and Jealousy May Lead to Alzheimer's
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We're familiar with many of the brain-related factors that can contribute to Alzheimer's disease—letting thinking networks go inactive, putting off exercise and healthy eating, having few social connections, enduring head injuries and genetic factors. But what ...
Anxiety And Worrying Linked To Higher Alzheimer's RiskHuffington Post
Neuroticism and Long-Time Stress Linked to Alzheimer's in WomenLiveScience.com
Alzheimer's disease risk 'increases in jealous, moody or distressed middle aged ...Mirror.co.uk

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XX Files: Informing women about breast density - STLtoday.com

Southeast Missourian

XX Files: Informing women about breast density
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Several states have recently passed legislation requiring mammography providers to notify women about breast density. Nearly 40 percent of women have dense breast tissue, but it wasn't always clear how one's breast density might affect the interpretation of ...
BREAST CANCER AWARENESS EVENTSFlorida Weekly
Hospitals, businesses team to boost breast cancer awarenessSoutheast Missourian
Komen organization to award $600K for local breast-cancer researchThe Seattle Times (blog)
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Enterovirus D68 and paralysis-like symptoms detected in 2 BC patients - CBC.ca

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Enterovirus D68 and paralysis-like symptoms detected in 2 BC patients
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B.C. health authorities are trying to determine if a man and boy with enterovirus D68 developed paralysis-like symptoms because of the infections. In one of the cases, a young boy came into hospital with a fever and cough and suddenly developed weakness ...
Rhode Island Child Infected with Enterovirus 68 Dies, Marking 4th Death Linked ...Chinatopix
Boston Children's hospital investigating polio-like symptomsWHDH-TV
First US child dies from enterovirus D68Hindu Business Line
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Access to birth control reduces teen pregnancy and abortion, new study reveals - Daily Digest

Daily Digest

Access to birth control reduces teen pregnancy and abortion, new study reveals
Daily Digest
When sexually active teens are informed about, have access to, and can afford effective birth control, they have fewer pregnancies, births, and abortions, according to a new report on the Contraceptive CHOICE Project. Teens at high risk of pregnancy who ...
Free birth control cuts teen pregnancy, abortionsPensacola News Journal
Study: Free birth control cuts abortion, teen pregnancySalina Post
Low-cost Program Cuts Teen Pregnancy RateMedPage Today
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Breast-feeding, early or late start on gluten, don't seem to prevent celiac disease ... - The Republic

The Republic

Breast-feeding, early or late start on gluten, don't seem to prevent celiac disease ...
The Republic
Two studies give disappointing news for parents looking for a way to prevent celiac disease in babies at higher risk for it because of family history. Neither breast-feeding nor timing the start of gluten-containing foods makes a difference in whether a child ...

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