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Sierra Leone Will Soon Have More Ebola Infections Than Liberia - VICE News

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Sierra Leone Will Soon Have More Ebola Infections Than Liberia
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As the world's worst Ebola outbreak surpasses 16,000 reported cases, the rate of infection in Sierra Leone is such that it will soon overtake Liberia, which has been the epicenter of the disease hot zone since August. According to the most recent figures from ...
Arizona man hospitalized over Ebola concernsChicago Tribune
Arizona man who visited Sierra Leone hospitalized over Ebola concernsReuters
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Scientists Develop A New Dry Powder Inhalable Measles Vaccine - Diabetes Insider

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Scientists Develop A New Dry Powder Inhalable Measles Vaccine
Diabetes Insider
The World Health Organization (WHO) claims that “Measles is one of the most readily transmitted communicable diseases and probably the best known and most deadly of all childhood rash/fever illnesses.” Because of this measles vaccination is important; ...
Scientists develop powder measles vaccineNews Every day
New 'Powder' Vaccine for Measles Found Effective in HumansAmerican Live Wire
Inhale and forget: New measles vaccine in powderNorthern Voices Online
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FDA: Calorie Count To Help Americans Make Better Food Choices - KPBS

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FDA: Calorie Count To Help Americans Make Better Food Choices
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The day after Thanksgiving we're digging into our leftovers, but as the holiday season continues, chances are we'll be picking up a quick bite to eat on the run. New rules announced by the FDA could make it easier to track calories while dining out. Americans ...
Wiser dining: FDA puts calorie disclosure on the menuSFGate
Restaurant calories and government appetitesChicago Tribune
Want to control increasing weight? FDA new law is supporting you!CTA News
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France's Hollande warns against isolating Ebola-hit Guinea - Reuters

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France's Hollande warns against isolating Ebola-hit Guinea
Reuters
1 of 2. French President Francois Hollande listens to ArcelorMittal workers as he visits their union meeting room during a visit at the ArcelorMittal Steel Factory in Florange, western France, November 24, 2014. Credit: Reuters/Philippe Wojazer ...
Scientists trial rapid Ebola test in GuineaAljazeera.com
New 15-minute Ebola test to undergo trials in GuineaNew York Daily News
Hollande brings message of hope to Ebola-hit GuineaThe Daily Star
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China takes lead, approves new 'accurate' Ebola test - Northern Voices Online

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China takes lead, approves new 'accurate' Ebola test
Northern Voices Online
While the whole world seems to be struggling to find solution and effective and easy tests, China seems to have taken the lead by approving home grown Ebola tests. This is done keeping with the international norms. The nation with more than 1.3 billion ...
China drafts policy on emergency Ebola diagnosis, approves productsReuters
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China to use new test to prevent EbolaBusiness Standard

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New York State blocks free medical services at event - Reuters UK

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New York State blocks free medical services at event
Reuters UK
NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York state health officials have stopped a nonprofit group from providing free medical care to thousands of patients lacking health insurance during a four-day dental conference that starts Friday. The nonprofit, Remote Area ...
'Remote Area Medical,' a Health Care DocumentaryNew York Times
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No safety concerns raised in Ebola vaccine trial, researchers say - Los Angeles Times

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No safety concerns raised in Ebola vaccine trial, researchers say
Los Angeles Times
Initial human testing of a top Ebola vaccine candidate demonstrated that the drug was safe and provoked a strong immune response, according to researchers. lRelated Ebola: Gates Foundation funds convalescent plasma research · Science Now · Ebola: ...
Experimental Ebola vaccine passes 1st test in humansGlobalPost
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Ebola Vaccine Passes Early HurdleMedPage Today
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Florida still ranks high in HIV/AIDS cases - Orlando Sentinel

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Florida still ranks high in HIV/AIDS cases
Orlando Sentinel
Monday is World AIDS Day. At the 26th anniversary of the event, 35 million people are living with HIV/AIDS around the world, and nearly three-quarters of the new infections still occur in sub-Saharan African countries. This year's theme is achieving an ...
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Dr. Vera Etches: Ottawa can't be complacent about AIDSOttawa Citizen
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Report: Fewer Adults Smoking Cigarettes - My Champlain Valley FOX44 & ABC22

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Report: Fewer Adults Smoking Cigarettes
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The number of American adults who smoke cigarettes has dropped to a new log, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The number of American adults who smoke cigarettes has dropped to a new log, according to the Centers for ...
Bad news for E-cigarettes as scientist finds worse toxins than cigarettes!Examiner.com
Chinese smokers face cigarette ban in BeijingBBC News
China bans indoor smoking at all public places and offices in BeijingTimes of Oman
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Peanut Allergy: College Student Dies After Eating Peanut Butter Cookies - Headlines & Global News

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Peanut Allergy: College Student Dies After Eating Peanut Butter Cookies
Headlines & Global News
Peanut allergy is one of the most common food allergies for Americans that affects about one percent of the American population. (Photo : Reuters). Chandler Swink, 19, a sophomore nursing student at Oakland University went into a coma for a week and died ...
College student dies from peanut allergyKRMG
College student dies after severe allergic reaction to peanut butterWashington Post
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