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UN's Ebola mission should be closed once battle won: Ban - Reuters

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UN's Ebola mission should be closed once battle won: Ban
Reuters
BAMAKO (Reuters) - The United Nations mission to fight Ebola should be wound down quickly once the battle is won, U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said on Saturday during his first tour of countries stricken with the virus. The U.N. emergency Ebola ...
Sierra Leone Pleased by Cooperation on Christmas PolicyVoice of America
UN chief Ban Ki-moon praises Ebola health workersIrish Independent
NHS Ebola staff 'insulted' by UK travel banThe Guardian
Sierra Express Media -Nigerian Tribune
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Dr. Oz's facts: 4 out of 10 aren't true - The Seattle Times

The Seattle Times

Dr. Oz's facts: 4 out of 10 aren't true
The Seattle Times
Researchers who fact-checked Dr. Mehmet Oz and his on-air guests were able to find legitimate studies related to 11 percent of the recommendations made on his show. However, in these cases, the recommendations ran counter to the medical literature.
Dr. Oz or America's doctor medical advice is inaccurate or fake, study saysThe Hoops News
Real-World Medicine Man Or Phony? MDs Weigh In on the Dr. Oz DebateScience Times
Half of Dr. Oz 's facts not true, say real-world doctorsDelhi Daily News
WebProNews -Los Angeles Times -Washington Post
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Child Who Flew into O'Hare Tests Negative for Ebola - WIFR

WIFR

Child Who Flew into O'Hare Tests Negative for Ebola
WIFR
CHICAGO (WIFR) -- A little girl who just got back from travels in Africa does not have Ebola. The girl was quarantined after landing at O'Hare International Airport with a fever. Tests for Ebola came back negative and the girl was discharged from the hospital.
Child tests negative for Ebola at Chicago hospitalReuters
Child Hospitalized With Ebola-Like Symptoms Discharged; Tests NegativeCBS Local
Child discharged from Chicago hospital after tests for Ebola come back negativeChicago Sun-Times
USA TODAY -nwitimes.com
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Know How to use Asthma Inhaler, Epinephrine Injector? Study Shows Many ... - Tech Times

Tech Times

Know How to use Asthma Inhaler, Epinephrine Injector? Study Shows Many ...
Tech Times
Many patients prescribed with asthma inhalers or epinephrine injectors do not know how to use them. Experts suggest that improper use of these devices may reduce the effectiveness of the treatment. (Photo : Ben Dalton). A recent study reveals that many ...
Study, Most Of The Asthma Patients Wrongly Use InhalersFrontline Desk
Asthma and allergy sufferers misusing inhalers and auto-injectorsDigital Journal
Asthma and allergy devices 'not used properly'BBC News
ABC News -Philly.com
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Hospitals face funding reductions - Danbury News Times

Danbury News Times

Hospitals face funding reductions
Danbury News Times
Bridgeport Hospital in Bridgeport, Conn. Connecticut hospitals are among 721 nationwide that will have their federal Medicare payments cut for having high rates of infections and other patient injuries. Hospitals losing funding include Danbury, Norwalk, ...
Medicare to be cut at 6 Maine hospitalsWCSH-TV
Medicare penalizing 12 Miss hospitals with 1 percent cutsSan Francisco Chronicle

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Healthy tips for dealing with diabetes - Irish Examiner

Irish Examiner

Healthy tips for dealing with diabetes
Irish Examiner
One of my sisters, who is in her 40s, has recently been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. I don't have the healthiest of lifestyles, so I wonder should I have my glucose checked? There are a number of risk factors for type 2 diabetes and these include having a ...
How Drug Combination Helps Control Type 1 DiabetesU.S. News & World Report
Some Blood Types Might Raise Type 2 Diabetes Risk: StudyPhilly.com
Some Blood Types Might Raise Type 2 Diabetes RiskWebMD
Laboratory Equipment -Sampan -Science Codex
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Howe's family reports rapid improvement - Boston Herald

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Howe's family reports rapid improvement
Boston Herald
DETROIT — Gordie Howe's family says the hockey great has made a dramatic improvement after he participated in a stem cell clinical trial. The 86-year-old Howe had a serious stroke in late October, but in a statement released through the Detroit Red Wings ...
Gordie Howe makes 'amazing' recovery following stem cell treatment in MexicoNBCSports.com
Gordie Howe's health improving following stem cell trialThe Oakland Press
NHL: Howe shows steady progress following stem cell treatmentGlobalPost

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This Is the Cheapest Way to Treat Flu - Youth Health Magzine

Youth Health Magzine

This Is the Cheapest Way to Treat Flu
Youth Health Magzine
Bad news: it's the flu season and, unfortunately, the current vaccine available may not be as effective as we'd like it to be. The good news is there's another treatment, and it's free. It's a hug! A research conducted by a team of Carnegie Mellon University found ...
Who needs a hug? Anyone trying to ward off a cold this winter.Washington Post
Cuddles relieve stress and protect against infections, study findsDaily Mail
A hug a day keeps the doctor awayTimes of India
Herald Sun -Bustle
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Ovarian-cancer drug approved by FDA - Columbus Dispatch

Pharmaceutical Business Review

Ovarian-cancer drug approved by FDA
Columbus Dispatch
Opening a new chapter in the use of genomic science to fight cancer, the Food and Drug Administration yesterday approved a medication for advanced ovarian cancer associated with a defective BRCA gene. Made by AstraZeneca, the new drug — olaparib ...
FDA OKs AstraZeneca 's first-in-class ovarian cancer drug plus companion test ...Minneapolis Star Tribune
FDA Approves New Drug for Advanced Ovarian CancerWebMD
AstraZeneca's ovarian cancer drug gets US approvalReuters
Diabetes Insider -U.S. News & World Report -ModernMedicine
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Turnout Low for Liberian Election Amid Ebola Fear - Voice of America

Voice of America

Turnout Low for Liberian Election Amid Ebola Fear
Voice of America
... —. Health workers manned polling stations Saturday as Liberians voted in a Senate election that was delayed twice because of the West African Ebola epidemic. Liberian election officials mandated that all participants wash their hands and be tested for ...
World Digest: Dec. 20, 2014Washington Post
Liberia Will Proceed With Senate Vote Delayed by EbolaNew York Times
Liberia holds Senate vote amid Ebola fearsseattlepi.com
Business Standard
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