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Sat, 01 Nov 2014 12:50:02 GMT

Christian Science Monitor

Ebola doctor speaks out on 'media frenzy' and the quarantine he faces
Christian Science Monitor
An American volunteer doctor who served in a remote village in Liberia faces a mandatory 3-week quarantine when he returns home. At a time when more capable volunteers are needed, he says, “this stigmatization is definitely not helpful.” ...
NJ releases details on mandatory Ebola screening and
Judge Rejects Maine's Attempt to Forcibly Quarantine Ebola NurseTIME
Nurse free to move about as restrictions easedBryan-College Station Eagle
USA NEWS -The Express Tribune -Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel
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Sat, 01 Nov 2014 09:09:18 GMT

Daily Mail

US asks Australia to build three ebola field hospitals
Daily Mail
The United States has asked Australia to step up its efforts in the global fight to stop Ebola, which has so far claimed 5,000 lives. Washington has asked the Abbott government to build three field hospitals in West Africa and to send at least 100 doctors and ...
Liberia opens one of the country's largest Ebola treatment centersBoston Globe
Better Staffing Seen as Crucial to Ebola Treatment in AfricaNew York Times
Hold US envoy Power defends Ebola guidelines, warns on GuineaReuters
Huffington Post -ABC News
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Sat, 01 Nov 2014 12:23:00 GMT

Diabetes Insider

Hefty fine of $37 million to be paid by Dignity Health for overbilling patients
Diabetes Insider
The San-Francisco based Dignity Hospital represents one of the nation's five largest systems. While their spokespeople claim that they are not at fault, they have been fined $37 million which will have to be handed over to the government. They have been ...
Dignity Health Agrees To Resolve Overcharging Lawsuit with $37 Million Pay-BackMaine News
Dignity Health's overbilling lawsuit settled for $37 millionDumb-Out
Overbilling Lawsuit Costs Dignity Health a $37 Million SettlementThe Utah People's Post
SFGate -San Jose Mercury News
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Sat, 01 Nov 2014 10:50:08 GMT

Tech Times

Crash test dummies in America are now obese (but of course)
Tech Times
Crash test dummies in the U.S. are now obese as a major chunk of the American population is also obese. The new dummies will help car companies understand the safety needs of overweight drivers. (Photo : Simon Yeo). Humanetics, the only crash test ...
Crash Test Dummies Grow in Size to Reflect US Obesity RatesNewsweek
Obese Crash-Test Dummies Being DevelopedWebMD
Obese Crash Test Dummies Are the Way forward for Car SafetyCarscoops (blog)
The Consumerist -CBS News
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Sat, 01 Nov 2014 06:53:11 GMT

Woman undergoing Ebola monitoring in Portland
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN 6) — A woman who recently visited one of the countries involved in the Ebola outbreak developed a high fever Friday morning and was taken to Providence Milwaukie for evaluation, officials with the Oregon Health Authority said at a ...
Oregon Ebola Scare: Woman Who Traveled To West Africa Hospitalized With ...International Business Times
Woman who traveled to West Africa being monitored for Ebola-like symptoms in ...Los Angeles Times
Woman visiting from Liberia hospitalized in Portland area being tested for EbolaThe Oregonian -
Reuters -Bend Bulletin -OPB News
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Sat, 01 Nov 2014 09:04:26 GMT

Baystate's Ebola preparedness plan
One of six hospitals that the department has designated to treat Ebola patients is in western Massachusetts. Loaded firearm discovered at TUS. 34 loaded firearms and a cane sword discovered on carry-on bags. 4:00 am. The TSA discovered 41 firearms this ...
Mass. hospitals agree on plan to care for Ebola patientsBoston Globe
State designates 6 Ebola treatment centers; UMass Memorial not on listWorcester Telegram
Ebola Today: Judge Says Hickox Can Move Freely; Mass. Officials Announce
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Sat, 01 Nov 2014 11:30:12 GMT

San Jose Mercury News

Pinay doc hails colleague quarantined for Ebola
PALO ALTO, California - The Stanford doctor who is now being monitored for Ebola in the San Francisco Bay Area is being considered a hero by a Pinoy colleague, who said he went where others simply refused to go. Dr. Julietta Gabiola is all praises for her ...
Stanford doctor is in Ebola quarantineDelhi Daily News
Stanford doctor in Ebola quarantine in Bay AreaSFGate
Ebola: Stanford doctor back from Liberia has no qualms with quarantineSan Jose Mercury News
Stanford Medical Center Report -Los Angeles Times -CBS Local
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Sat, 01 Nov 2014 13:25:34 GMT

The Express Tribune

Study: Milk may not be very good for bones or the body
Washington Post
Milk is often touted as one of nature's most perfect foods -- and for good reason. It contains many essential nutrients and in particular, the high calcium content has been touted as crucial for good bone health when fortified with vitamin D, as it is in the United ...
Consuming More Milk could be Associated with Higher MortalityMaine News Online
Can consuming large amounts of milk cause fatal problems?Diabetes Insider
Study Finds Increase Milk Consumption Leads To Bone Fractures In WomenFXC News
Clinical Advisor -Ecorazzi -RedOrbit
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Fri, 31 Oct 2014 13:33:41 GMT

Study Confirms Obesity-Breast Cancer Link for Blacks, Hispanics
U.S. News & World Report
FRIDAY, Oct. 31, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Obesity increases the risk of certain types of breast cancer in postmenopausal black and Hispanic women, two new U.S. studies show. One study of more than 3,200 Hispanic women found being overweight or ...

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Sat, 01 Nov 2014 10:08:53 GMT

Fox News

10/31 - 5:30pm - Teal Pumpkin Project Comes to Sparks
Teal pumpkins mean worry-free treats for kids with allergies this HalloweenWashington Post
Take part in the Teal Pumpkin ProjectColdwater Daily Reporter
Teal Pumpkin Project seeks safe alternatives for kids allergic to candyRadio Iowa

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