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A Test For Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - Huffington Post

The New Yorker

A Test For Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Huffington Post
By Nathan Collins. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome affects one million Americans, according to recent estimates. Yet there's no reliable lab test for the illness, and researchers are still struggling to understand why and how the disease develops. That situation may ...
Study finds evidence Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a biological illnessUPI.com
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Is Genuine Illness, Say ResearchersPerfScience
What Causes Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, New StudyDiabetes Insider
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Experimental Ebola drug ZMapp begins clinical trials in Liberia - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Experimental Ebola drug ZMapp begins clinical trials in Liberia
Los Angeles Times
ZMapp, the experimental Ebola drug that won notoriety when it was given to a handful of infected aid workers at the height of the epidemic, will now begin clinical testing in Liberian treatment centers, U.S. health authorities said. A nutty weapon to fight peanut ...
US, Liberia kick off trial of Ebola drug ZMappReuters
US, Liberia begin clinical trial to test Ebola drug ZMappXinhua
US, Liberia start 1st formal test of ZMapp Ebola virus drugWashington Post

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Nine-banded armadillos thought to have caused LEPROSY in Florida patients - Daily Mail

Daily Mail

Nine-banded armadillos thought to have caused LEPROSY in Florida patients
Daily Mail
Three people have been diagnosed with leprosy in Florida and some of the cases are thought to be linked to armadillos. Health officials in Volusia County said that the cases are not related, though two of those who have been diagnosed with Hansen's ...
Three Cases Of Leprosy Found In Florida - Linked To Armadillo ContactDesign & Trend
New Leprosy Cases Reported In FloridaForbes
Confirmed Leprosy Cases In Florida; Are Armadillos To Impugn?Consolidate Times
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Sierra Leone vice president places himself in Ebola quarantine - Reuters

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Sierra Leone vice president places himself in Ebola quarantine
Reuters
FREETOWN (Reuters) - Sierra Leone's Vice President Samuel Sam-Sumana said on Saturday that he had placed himself in a 21-day quarantine after one of his bodyguards died of Ebola amid a worrying recent surge in new infections in the West African ...
Sierra Leone registers rise in new Ebola casesSalon
Missing Ebola funds – Sierra Leone health minister Vows to restore integritySierra Leone Telegraph
Shropshire Ebola doctor delighted with Sierra Leone progressSierra Leone Times

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Cedars-Sinai probing whether superbug infections are tied to scopes - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Cedars-Sinai probing whether superbug infections are tied to scopes
Los Angeles Times
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center said it's investigating whether patients with superbug infections are linked to contaminated medical scopes, similar to a recent outbreak at UCLA. lRelated UCLA superbug: Lawmaker asks Congress to investigate FDA response.
Prey of A Foul Command Part 1: ERCP Patients And Superbug InfectionsHealthNewsDigest.com
UCLA superbug case: Scopes linked to unreported deaths in more statesDelhi Daily News
Scopes in UCLA superbug case linked to unreported deaths in other statesChicago Tribune
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Only listen to music for an HOUR to stop yourself going deaf, warn global health ... - Daily Mail

Daily Mail

Only listen to music for an HOUR to stop yourself going deaf, warn global health ...
Daily Mail
People should only listen to music for an hour a day to protect their hearing, global health chiefs warned today. The World Health Organisation has revealed a billion young people are at risk of hearing loss from listening to loud music. The United Nations ...
Music fans should cut their intake to just one hour a day: WHO9news.com.au
Cut music to 'an hour a day' - WHOBBC News
WHO highlights threat of recreational noise for hearing lossGlobalPost
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Genetic mutations linked to leukemia occur with age - Maine News Online

Maine News Online

Genetic mutations linked to leukemia occur with age
Maine News Online
According to a new research, one could almost certainly develop genetic mutations linked to leukemia as they grow older. According to the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, it is estimated by researchers that up to 20% of people between the ages of 50 and 60, ...
Leukemia Mutations Occur In Over 70 Percent Of People Over The Age Of 90Headlines & Global News
Age-associated leukaemia circumstances could soarBeacon Review
New Study Links Leukemia Related Mutations with AgingSMN Weekly
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Study: Suicide Rise In Middle-Age Adults Linked To Recession - CBS Local

CBS Local

Study: Suicide Rise In Middle-Age Adults Linked To Recession
CBS Local
(CBS DC) – Over the last few years, suicide rates have increased among middle-aged adults, and new research finds that those suicides may be linked to the recession that occurred in 2007, Live Science reports. Using data between 2005 and 2010, ...
Suicide rate among middle-aged Americans Rose at onset of financial crisis in ...Uncover Michigan
Suicide Rate Among Middle-Aged Adults Increasing due to Great RecessionHeadlines & Global News
Increased Suicide Rate among Middle-Aged Americans Associated with ...Voice Chronicle
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Flu Vaccine Less Effective Than Expected: CDC - WDAZ

WDAZ

Flu Vaccine Less Effective Than Expected: CDC
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A pharmacist prepares to give a flu shot by filling the syringe from the vial containing the flu vaccine. Getty Images. Flu Vaccine Less Effective Than Expected: CDC. By ABC News Today at 12:48 p.m.. Email. News Alerts. Flu Vaccine Less Effective Than ...
Current flu vaccine is just 18 percent effective- CDCSMN Weekly
Turns out the current flu vaccine is not very effectiveNational Monitor
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Troy Roness And Zach Stafford Discuss Eating Disorders With HuffPost Live - Huffington Post

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Troy Roness And Zach Stafford Discuss Eating Disorders With HuffPost Live
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While eating disorders are usually portrayed exclusively as issues that women struggle with in our culture, they also affect a significant number of men. According to The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA), the percentage of college-age men ...
Thousands of men with eating disorders at risk as treatment is geared to womenMirror.co.uk
A decision to change: How 3 students grappled with eating disordersUSA TODAY College
Troy Roness And Zach Stafford Examine Eating Problems With HuffPost ResideBeacon Review
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