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Mon, 04 May 2015 09:23:07 GMT

Youth Health Magzine

Scientists Confirm That Ebola Could Be Transferred Through Sex
Youth Health Magzine
Health officials are investigating a new case of Ebola that has been claimed to be spread through sexual intercourse. A man who was infected by the virus five months ago is believed to be the culprit in spreading it to a woman he had unprotected sex with.
CDC Urges Ebola Survivors to Avoid Sexual Contact Indefinitely to Avoid ...Headlines & Global News
ATTENTION: Ebola being spread via sex six months after infection, experts sayThe Geopolitical and Conflict Report (blog)
Ebola being spread via sex six months after infectionNational Monitor
The Christian Times -WND.com -Front Page Africa
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Mon, 04 May 2015 07:41:43 GMT

Pioneer News

Gene Therapy Could Provide Benefit to Certain Vision Impairment
Pioneer News
It appears that the emerging field of gene therapy can already provide some benefit to people who are blind. A new study indicates that gene therapy could, as a matter of fact, increase retina light sensitivity in children suffering from Leber's congenital ...
Study Says Gene Therapy Can Provide Benefit to Certain Vision ImpairmentObserver News
Gene Therapy Helps In Improving Eye Sight For Temporary TimeGeek Infinite
Gene Therapy Could Improve Vision ImpairmentGazette Herald
BBC News
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Mon, 04 May 2015 09:04:51 GMT

Fox News

Melanoma Monday raises awareness for deadliest form of skin cancer
Fox News
Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, and melanoma is the deadliest form of the disease. May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, and the first Monday in May has been designated as Melanoma Monday by the American Academy of ...
How 'sunless tanning' can lead to 'skin cancer'Times of India
Three-quarters of Britons sunburned last year, study findsTelegraph.co.uk
Sunbathers know risk of skin cancer but ignore dangers say expertsDaily Mail
BBC News
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Mon, 04 May 2015 08:09:23 GMT

The Market Business

Three Infants Lives Saved With Innovate 3-D Printed Implants
The Market Business
The lives of three boys have been saved as they are the first in the world to receive a 3D imprinted device placed in the stents of their airways. Before this treatment, there were life threatening complications from other conventional therapies that have been ...
Artificial Windpipes Produced By 3D Printer Saves Three ChildrenLatinos Health
3 Boys Saved by Customized Airway Tube Made on 3-D PrinterRYOT
First 3D-printed implant saves lives of three babies in USThe Indian Panorama

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Mon, 04 May 2015 08:09:23 GMT

The Market Business

Breast Feeding Helps Women Reduce Risk of the Breast Cancer
The Market Business
In a new study published in the Journal of National Cancer Institute, woman who breast fed had a less chance of having breast cancer reoccur. The research has stated that breastfeeding has a strong protective effect on the body, with the protection being the ...
BreastFeeding Protect Women From Fatal Forms of Breast CancerApex Beats
Breastfeeding Helps Lower Risk of Breast CancerGazette Herald
Breast Feeding Helps To Fight Against Breast CancerGeek Infinite

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Mon, 04 May 2015 07:15:28 GMT

New York Daily News

Hundreds of NYC liquor stores caught selling to kids
New York Daily News
The State Liquor Authority sent decoys who were under 21 to 911 grocery stores, pharmacies and liquor stores — and 58% of them sold alcohol to the underage investigators. Investigators caught hundreds of city stores selling booze to underage kids, officials ...
Under Cover, Minors Buy Alcohol at Many Stores in New York CityNew York Times
Under-aged New Yorker teens can get easy access to alcohol, NY health ...Times Gazette

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Mon, 04 May 2015 02:35:26 GMT

National Monitor

Students share experiences with mental illness
The Collegian
Have you ever heard someone say people with mental illnesses are crazy, dangerous or insane? According to the National Institute of Mental Health, one in four adults and one in 10 children, or 60 million Americans, suffer from a mental illness. Despite ...
Mental health experts aim to squelch the stigma during awareness monthBig Bug News
Ky. among worst for mental illnessCincinnati.com
Butte County Library talk series targets Mental Health Awareness MonthOroville Mercury Register

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Mon, 04 May 2015 00:00:56 GMT

Pioneer News

"Flakka" - A New Synthetic Street Drug
Pioneer News
It is called “flakka.” This is the new synthetic street drug that is taking Florida neighborhoods by storm. It follows a host of popular, synthetic, drugs—like Ecstasy and bath salts—which can have unpredictable side effects. For example, one man was found ...
Only $5 for a dose of insanityTimes LIVE
'Superhuman' drug makes users dangerousNew Zealand Herald
Synthetic bath salt emerging in South Florida surfaces in St. Johns CountyWOKV
Business Insider
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Mon, 04 May 2015 03:40:28 GMT

LETTER: Fluoride pollutes our water
Wicked Local Dennis
To the editor: “As a summary of our research, we are now convinced that fluoridation of the water supplies causes a low grade intoxication of the whole population, with only the approximately 5 percent most sensitive persons showing acute symptoms.

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Sun, 03 May 2015 23:03:10 GMT

Jacksonville Sun Times

Jaguars player takes cancer patient to prom
Jacksonville Sun Times
Jaguars' defensive end Sen'Derrick Marks got a chance to make one young ladies night very special. Marks took eighteen-year-old Khameyea Jennings to her prom on Saturday night. Jennings was diagnosed with liver cancer on Mother's Day two years ago ...

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