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New Spinal Cord Stimulation Technique May Help Treat Paralysis - Pioneer News

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New Spinal Cord Stimulation Technique May Help Treat Paralysis
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Researchers have recently announced a new technique for treating paralysis. The new treatment is a non-invasive spinal cord stimulation procedure which has already restored some movement to five paralyzed men. It was the first time that these ...
New Spinal Cord Stimulation Technique Helps Five Paralyzed Men Move Legs AgainModern Readers
Paralyzed patients move again with new, non-surgical stimulationCBS News
Non-surgical procedure may aid paralysis patients to temporarily move legsGuide2Nigeria
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Obamacare a Notable Success, at least in California - WallStreet OTC

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Obamacare a Notable Success, at least in California
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According to a report issued by the Kaiser Family Foundation on Thursday, 70 percent of the Californians that didn't have a health insurance plan before Obamacare was enacted now benefit from health insurance coverage. But the report also shows that ...
Affordable Care Act proves to be Successful in CaliforniaMaine News Online
70 Percent of Californians Insured After ACA RolloutTrinity News Daily
Bulk of Californians Now Have Access to Affordable Care Act or ObamacareEcho Examiner
Modern Readers -Weekly Observer -Morning Ticker
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Ebola Experts Caution: Vaccine Still Months Away - Voice of America

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Ebola Experts Caution: Vaccine Still Months Away
Voice of America
Ebola experts hailed the development of a "highly effective" Ebola vaccine, but they are cautioning that widespread availability of the vaccine is still months away. World Health Organization expert Marie-Paule Kieny told reporters that the vaccine may ...
NYC Doctor, Who Survived Ebola, Says Experimental Vaccine Could Be 'A Way Forward'ABC News
Ebola Vaccine Is 'Potential Game-Changer'The Guardian Nigeria (satire) (press release) (blog)
Ebola breakthrough after trial successSky News Australia
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Coca-Cola infographic: the horrible effect of the drink described - The Market Business

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Coca-Cola infographic: the horrible effect of the drink described
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A british pharmacist has created a graphic showing the effects in the first 60 minutes of drinking a can of Coke, and it's being shared like crazy. The graphic from therenegadepharmacist.com founder Niraj Naik is based on an article by Wade Meredith ...
Reaction of body to soda consumption explainedUncover Michigan
Former Pharmacist Creates Infographic Of Coca-Cola Effects on Our BodyApex Tribune
Health Expert Blow the Lid of Coca-Cola's Dire Health Effects on the BodyEcho Examiner
Sentinel Republic -MyDaytonDailyNews (subscription) -Bloomberg
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Third person dies of Legionnaries' disease amid outbreak - New York Post

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Third person dies of Legionnaries' disease amid outbreak
New York Post
The number of people sickened by the bacteria spiked this week, with a total of 57 since July 10 — three-quarters of whom had to be hospitalized, the Health Department said. The respiratory disease is caused by the water-borne Legionella bacterium ...
Legionnaires' Disease: Signs, Symptoms, Treatment, And Everything You Need To KnowTech Times
Legionnaires' Disease : From Unexpected Places one more Summer ScourgeThe Market Business
3 now dead in NYC Legionnaire's outbreakWTSP 10 News
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West Nile virus found in dead crows, mosquitoes collected in Lake County - Lake County News

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West Nile virus found in dead crows, mosquitoes collected in Lake County
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LAKEPORT, Calif. – Two dead birds and one mosquito sample from Lake County have tested positive for West Nile virus this week, according to a Friday report. So far this year in Lake County, a total of eight mosquito samples and two dead birds in the ...
West Nile found in countyJournal Review
First human West Nile case in Tarrant County confirmedWest Texas News
Mosquito treatment this weekend after West Nile discoverySan Mateo Daily Journal
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Watson can now tell you if you're at risk for diabetes, thanks to CVS partnership - Digital Trends

Watson can now tell you if you're at risk for diabetes, thanks to CVS partnership
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The phrase “jack of all trades” is certainly coming to apply to Watson, IBM's supercomputer, which already lists among its impressive accomplishments beating Tom Jennings at Jeopardy, developing new culinary masterpieces, and analyzing the tone of ...

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Celebrating 50 Years of Medicare and Medicaid in President's Weekly Address - myCentralOregon.com

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Celebrating 50 Years of Medicare and Medicaid in President's Weekly Address
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Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — This week's presidential address celebrates the fiftieth birthday of Medicare and Medicaid. A press release from the White House said, “These programs are a promise that if we work hard, and play by thd ...
Groundwork for Medicare And Medicaid turns 50hays Post
Medicare and Medicaid proved to be greatly beneficial for peopleWest Texas News
President: ObamaCare finishes job started by Medicare, MedicaidThe Hill
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IVF Pioneer Dr. Howard Jones Dies At 104 - Tech Times

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IVF Pioneer Dr. Howard Jones Dies At 104
Tech Times
World-renowned gynecological surgeon and pioneer of in vitro fertilization, Dr. Howard W. Jones Jr, passed away on Friday because of respiratory failure at Virginia's Sentara Heart Hospital. Jones was 104 years old. (Photo : Matt Eich/Luceo/Amherst).
Surgeon Howard Jones, who pioneered IVF, dies at 104WTSP 10 News
Howard W. Jones Jr., a Pioneer of Reproductive Medicine, Dies at 104New York Times
Doctor who was father of in vitro fertilization in US diesWashington Post
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Exercise During Teens Reaps Long-Term Benefits for Women - NDTV

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Exercise During Teens Reaps Long-Term Benefits for Women
NDTV
Exercise During Teens Reaps Long-Term Benefits for Women Playing team sports and exercising during adolescence can have long-lasting benefits for women and may even reduce their risk of dying from cancer and other causes later in life, shows a new ...
Study: Exercising During Teenage Years Lowers Adult Cancer RiskParent Herald
Exercise during adolescence associated with long-term benefits for women: StudyAhram Online
Exercise During Teenage Years Lowers Risk Of Cancer Death Later In LifeTech Times
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