Utah resident dies from plague
(CNN) An elderly person died from plague this month, Utah health officials said Thursday. An investigation into how, where and when the person was infected with the flea-borne infection is ongoing. The person did not travel to an area where plague is ...
Utah man dies from plague in 4th fatal case in US this year
Health officials: Utah man in his 70s dies from plague
Health officials: Elderly Utah resident dies from plague
A New Theory of Why Neurotics Are Creative
Adam Perkins is a psychologist and a self-proclaimed neurotic, contemplating things to the point of obsession. He can get anxious about things that might seem mundane to another person. And he's admittedly quite sensitive. Perkins also has a new theory ...
Does Being Neurotic Really Make You More Creative?
Does Neuroticism Breed Creativity?
Neurotic? Here's the silver lining
Awareness of Memory Goes Before Dementia Sets in
savesaved. register today. Earn Free CME Credits by reading the latest medical news in your specialty. sign up. by Kay Jackson Contributing Writer, MedPage Today. Action Points. A patient's awareness of his or her own memory impairment typically began ...
There's a new way to tell the difference between a normal memory lapse and ...
Memory Impairment Sets In Three Years Before a Dementia Diagnosis
Study Identifies Modifiable Alzheimer's Risk Factors
Genes link low vitamin D with multiple sclerosis risk
Researchers have found a possible genetic link between low vitamin D levels and multiple sclerosis; something that has long been suspected, but difficult to prove. The study, published today in PLoS Medicine shows individuals carrying certain genetic ...
Low vitamin-D genes linked to MS
Study: HIV does not cause AIDS, human immune cells do
Failed invasion of cells by HIV causes the mass death of healthy cells that leads to the development of AIDS. By Stephen Feller | Aug. 27, 2015 at 4:04 PM. Comments 0 Comments. share with facebook. share with twitter. Cell-to-cell transmission of HIV ...
HIV particles do not cause AIDS, our own immune cells do
AIDS-Related Opportunistic Infections Market Segment Forecasts Up to 2020
Community Action Key to Ending Aids By 2030
Long working hours tied to stroke risk
(Reuters Health) - People who work at least 55 hours a week are significantly more likely to eventually suffer a stroke than people who work 35 to 40 hours a week, a recent study suggests. Previously, the same research team had linked longer working ...
Gains in Life Spans Seen Around the Globe
THURSDAY, Aug. 27, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Average life expectancy among people worldwide has risen by more than six years since 1990, and healthy life expectancy has climbed by more than five years, a new report shows. The analysis of data from ...
Global Life Expectancy Climbs Higher Than Healthy Life Across the World
Report: Global Life Expectancy Increases, Sick People Living Longer
Growing old is becoming very expensive – study reveals
FDA to tobacco companies: Stop calling your cigarettes 'natural' or 'additive ...
Federal regulators on Thursday ordered three tobacco companies to cease claims that their cigarettes are "additive-free" or "natural," saying they could mislead smokers into believing that the products are healthier than other cigarettes. The warnings ...
UPDATE 1-US FDA warns companies over 'natural' label on cigarettes
FDA Warns Cigarette Makers on 'Natural' Labeling
FDA to Cigarette Makers: Your Products Aren't 'Natural'
Catholic Hospital: ACLU Threat to sue hospital has helped the Woman undergo ...
The Market Business
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) lost a case against the US Bishops' healthcare policy earlier this year, but they are trying another front. And they appear to have won a small victory. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Mercy Medical ...
Woman Wins Tubal Ligation Case Against Religious Hospital: Is The Catholic ...
Hospital Helps Pregnant Woman After Sue Threat
ACLU accuse the Catholic hospital for discriminating over sterilization case
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School Lunches Becoming Healthier, Statistics Indicate
New York Times
WASHINGTON — The humble school lunch — the staple of most every American child's diet — has become healthier. That was the conclusion of new data released Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that showed that the nutritional ...
Healthier School Meals Offered Across US, Feds Finds
America's schools make positive changes to create healthier school meals
CDC: Schools making progress on healthy lunch rules