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Sun, 21 Dec 2014 19:08:44 GMT

Detroit Free Press

Dr. Oz gets fact-checked and the results aren't pretty
Detroit Free Press
What do real-world doctors have to say about the advice dispensed on "The Dr. Oz Show"? Less than one-third of it can be backed up by even modest medical evidence. If that sounds alarming, consider this: Nearly 4 in 10 of the assertions made on the show ...
Half of Dr. Oz's medical advice is baseless or wrong, study saysChicago Tribune
Here's What Experts Say About the Advice on Dr. Oz and The DoctorsTIME
Dr. Oz's advice is baseless, wrong more than half the time, study showsSyracuse.com
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Mon, 22 Dec 2014 00:07:34 GMT

Telegraph.co.uk

Secret plans to double ambulance waiting times revealed
Telegraph.co.uk
Jeremy Hunt, the Health Secretary, is under pressure to rule out changes to ambulance call out targets which could see some seriously ill people waiting twice as long for help to arrive. Andy Burnham, Labour's shadow health secretary, has written to Mr Hunt ...
Ambulance targets 'may give patients a better response'BBC News
Controversial plan to delay dispatch of ambulances put on hold after backlashThe Guardian
Row over ambulance times rages onHemel Gazette
Mirror.co.uk
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Sun, 21 Dec 2014 19:10:40 GMT

Voice of America

Sierra Leone Educates on Safe Ebola Burials
Voice of America
With Ebola having killed more than 2,000 people in Sierra Leone, and unsafe burials possibly being responsible for up to 70 percent of new infections, officials said they are resorting to increasingly desperate measures to clamp down on traditional burials in ...
Welcome Home Hero: Volunteer Nurse was Released from DC Hospita and Can ...Empire State Tribune
Sierra Leone urges safe burials to stem EbolaTimes of India
70 Percent Of New Ebola Cases In Sierra Leone The Result Of Unsafe BurialsThe Inquisitr

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Sun, 21 Dec 2014 10:04:13 GMT

Why Does It Take A Movie Robot To Show What Nurses Really Do?
WYSO
I'm a proud nurse from a proud family of nurses, yet I would never claim that a layperson would enjoy watching mainstream medical dramas with us. We end up yelling at the screen: "There is nothing about that sexy get-up that remotely resembles a nursing ...

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Fri, 19 Dec 2014 23:21:53 GMT

Wall Street Journal

Roche Says Trials of Two Drugs Have Failed
New York Times
Roche, the Swiss drugmaker, suffered a double blow on Friday when two clinical drug studies failed, one for breast cancer and another for Alzheimer's disease, leading to the biggest percentage drop in its stock in five years. The company said it was ending a ...
Alzheimer's therapy flops in phase III clinical trialScience AAAS
ImmunoGen Inc. (IMGN) Is Sharply Lower After Roche Study DisappointsRTT News
ImmunoGen shares fall after drug development partner Roche reports ...Fox Business

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Sun, 21 Dec 2014 18:11:18 GMT

Diabetes Insider

Study Shows You Should Definitely Give Hugs and Not Drugs
Diabetes Insider
Apparently that kitschy phrase “give hugs not drugs” may be more than just a little adage. A new study out of Carnegie Mellon University's Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences indicates that the close physical contact can create a sense of ...
Science Reveals a Simple Gesture to Keep You Healthy During Cold and Flu ...Mic
Hugs Do a Body GoodGuardian Liberty Voice
Hugging Out Upper Respiratory InfectionsModVive
Medical News Today -Empire State Tribune -Wall Street Hedge
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Sat, 20 Dec 2014 22:24:31 GMT

North Country Public Radio

Medicare penalizing 12 Miss hospitals with 1 percent cuts
San Francisco Chronicle
HATTIESBURG, Miss. (AP) — Medicare is shaving payments to 12 Mississippi hospitals because too many patients come down with preventable new ailments while being treated for something else. The hospitals are among 721 nationwide losing 1 percent ...
Medicare to be cut at 6 Maine hospitalsWCSH-TV
12 MN Hospitals Face Medicare PenaltiesKAALtv.com

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Sun, 21 Dec 2014 15:25:23 GMT

Apex Tribune

FDA Approves Zerbaxa
Diabetes Insider
The US Food and Drug Administration has just approved another new medication this week. This new drug is intended to fight more complex infections, specifically in the abdomen and the urinary tract. And it is the fourth antibiotic that the FDA has approved ...
FDA approves new antibacterial drug ZerbaxaYumanewsnow
Merck begins offer for Cubist shares in $8.4 billion deal10TV

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Sun, 21 Dec 2014 23:54:40 GMT

Kotatv

CDC listeria report hurts local business
Kotatv
Recent reports from the CDC about Listeria outbreaks have owner Lori Carson worried that she will miss out on tending to customers minds or stomachs. "It was Friday afternoon I got a phone call asking if it was safe to eat my apples. I was extremely confused ...
Local business takes hit after contaminated caramel apples statementKEVN Black Hills Fox
Sweets May Swell Your Brain—Caramel Apples & ListeriaScience Times
Half of Those Sickened in Caramel Apple Listeria Outbreak are Over 64Food Poisoning Bulletin
Tech Times -WallStreet OTC
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Sun, 21 Dec 2014 05:12:26 GMT

West Texas News

Indiana hospitals develop plan for Ebola cases
Washington Times
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - When a patient with Ebola sought treatment at a Dallas hospital in October, the hospital ended up losing more than $400,000 per day. Those figures created a significant financial scare for hospitals in Indianapolis and across the country.
16 North Texas hospitals lose millions in Medicare fundingDallas Morning News
Patients return to Dallas hospital where Ebola hitSFGate

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