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Fri, 03 Jul 2015 08:24:00 GMT

Independent Online

US: First measles death in 12 years
Independent Online
Washington - Health authorities on Thursday announced the first US death from measles in 12 years, after an autopsy showed a woman's fatal pneumonia was caused by the contagious disease. “The cause of death was pneumonia due to measles,” said a ...
Washington Woman Dies of Vaccine-Preventable MeaslesLatinos Health
Measles death first recorded in 12 yearsThe Denver Post
California: First Measles Death in 12 years alerts Health AuthoritiesEmpire State Tribune
WJHL -The Spokesman Review -WXIX
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Fri, 03 Jul 2015 08:26:36 GMT


Sniff test may help detect autism earlier
A SIMPLE sniffing test could determine if children have autism even before they are able to speak, researchers say. PEOPLE spend longer smelling pleasant aromas such as flowers than sour smells such as rotten food. But researchers in Israel found ...
Smell tests could help diagnose autism, say researchersThe Independent
A sniff test could spot autism earlyBusiness Standard
Simple 'sniff test' could spot autism in toddlers according to new researchThe Express Tribune
Latinos Health -Newstalk ZB -Medical News Today
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Fri, 03 Jul 2015 08:07:21 GMT

Cystic fibrosis hope as new gene therapy improves condition
Ten thousand people suffering from cystic fibrosis have been offered new hope after a gene therapy was shown to reverse the condition in some cases. The therapy, which was described by health experts as 'life-changing' is likely to be available within ...
Gene therapy shows promise in cystic fibrosis researchIrish Times
Gene therapy stabilises lungs of cystic fibrosis patientsLivemint
Gene Therapy Finally Shown to Help Cystic Fibrosis SufferersGizmodo
Medical News Today -Science 2.0
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Fri, 03 Jul 2015 05:19:07 GMT

The Elkhart Truth

Could insulin pills prevent diabetes? Big study seeks answer
Washington Post
CHICAGO — For nearly a century, insulin has been a life-saving diabetes treatment. Now scientists are testing a tantalizing question: What if pills containing the same medicine patients inject every day could also prevent the disease? Thirteen-year ...
Study: Can Insulin Pills Prevent Diabetes?The Denver Post

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Thu, 02 Jul 2015 18:35:31 GMT


FDA to evaluate risk of codeine cough and cold meds for children
(CNN) The Food and Drug Administration says it will take a closer look at cough and cold medicines for children that contain codeine. "We are evaluating all available information and will also consult with external experts by convening an advisory ...
FDA to look at risks of treating children with
Health Highlights: July 2, 2015U.S. News & World Report
FDA Reviewing Safety of Codeine in Kids Under 18WebMD
Science World Report -KSPR
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Fri, 03 Jul 2015 09:23:13 GMT


Thailand's First MERS Patient to Leave Hospital
Medical personnel wear masks to prevent contracting MERS as they work at a screening point at a private hospital in Bangkok, Thailand on June 24, 2015. (Reuters). submit to reddit; inShare; Add to Flipboard Magazine. Bangkok: An Omani man who became ...
Thai hospital discharges only MERS case after found virus-freeThe Guardian Nigeria (satire) (press release) (blog)
Thailand's first MERS case to leave hospitalReuters
Thailand's only known MERS patient is
Bangkok Post
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Fri, 03 Jul 2015 06:52:55 GMT

New York Times

New Brain Research Could Solve Memory Loss Issues
Pioneer News
A brand new study on memory retention—involving several universities—has helped scientists to better understand how nerve cells behave when our brain records thoughts into memories; at least, how we adapt to places and people. The study shows that an ...
Individual Neurons Encode Memories, asserts StudyNYC Today
Researchers Get Fresh Insights to How Memories are CreatedVocal Republic
Total Recall: Brain Process for Memory Formation
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Fri, 03 Jul 2015 09:16:12 GMT

Daily Beast

The Truth About Cubas HIV Breakthrough
Daily Beast
Cuba's “eradication” of mother-to-infant HIV is hopeful but not groundbreaking. The risk for infants there was extremely low—and now, at 2 percent, it's not entirely gone. The brand new Cuba-USA love fest took another step forward this week with the ...
Cuba 'stamps out' mother-to-child HIVInternational Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics
Florida seeing highest number of new HIV cases in the
Cuba first to ​end mother-to-child transmission of HIV, an important victory ...Washington Post
ABC News -AsiaOne -Science Times
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Fri, 03 Jul 2015 10:10:47 GMT


Treatment for cystic fibrosis approved
Columbus Dispatch
WASHINGTON — Federal regulators on Thursday approved a new drug that treats the underlying cause of cystic fibrosis and eventually might be used to help nearly half of the 30,000 patients in the United States with the fatal genetic disease. The drug ...
Cystic Fibrosis Cure & Treatment: Vertex's Orkambi Gets FDA ApprovalLatinos Health
Vertex drug gets FDA approvalBoston Herald
Are risks worth the rewards when nonprofits act like venture capitalists?Washington Post
Bend Bulletin -ABC News -Boston Globe
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Fri, 03 Jul 2015 07:43:00 GMT

CBS News

Brain-Eating Amoeba Kills California Woman
Huffington Post
A 21-year-old woman from Bishop, California, has reportedly died from a rare but devastating infection caused by a brain-eating amoeba. Inyo County public health officials told the Reno Gazette-Journal that the woman died on June 20 after being ...
Brain-eating amoeba kills woman in Eastern SierraUncover Michigan
Health officials: Brain-eating amoeba kills 21-year-old womanQ13 FOX
A Brain-Eating Parasite Has Killed a 21-Year-Old California WomanTIME
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Dr. David Kirsch Monterrey, Mexico.
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Dr. David Kirsch offers a full range of cosmetic and reconstructive procedures. Dr. Kirsch is a member of the most important surgery associations in Mexico, Spain, Switzerland and in the United States (The American Society of Plastic Surgeons).
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Dr. Kuri has performed more than 3,500 Lap-Band surgeries. He believes in the Lap-Band procedure, in his patients, and is dedicated to their success.
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Dr. Sergio Penunuri Zona Rio Tijuana, B.C., Mexico.
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Dr. Penunuri utilizes the latest techniques in cosmetic dentistry to transform a person's smile. The results leave patients with permanent, natural-looking and beautiful teeth. Tijuana is known around the world as a favorite for dental treatments.
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