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Mon, 02 Mar 2015 06:56:02 GMT

Live Science

Most Docs Have Concerns About Delaying Vaccines, But Do It Anyway
Live Science
When parents ask to delay their child's vaccinations, most doctors agree to do so, even though they think such action could be hazardous to the child's health, a new study finds. Researchers surveyed more than 500 U.S. pediatricians and family physicians, ...
Most Doctors Give In to Requests by Parents to Alter Vaccine SchedulesNew York Times
Parents often want changes in kids' shots scheduleReuters
Parents Pressuring Doctors to Spread Out Kid VaccinationsBloomberg
Washington Times
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Mon, 02 Mar 2015 00:46:20 GMT

Z-Mapp Trial: US Pharmaceutical Group Begins Human Experiment > Monro
Front Page Africa
Monrovia - The human trial of a drug expected to fight against the deadly Ebola virus disease began on Friday in Monrovia. Z-Mapp, the drug that is currently being tested to determine its effectiveness in humans against Ebola was previously administered to ...

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Sun, 01 Mar 2015 02:27:34 GMT

New York Times

Nearly Halted in Sierra Leone, Ebola Makes Comeback by Sea
New York Times
FREETOWN, Sierra Leone — It seemed as if the Ebola crisis was abating. New cases were plummeting. The president lifted travel restrictions, and schools were to reopen. A local politician announced on the radio that two 21-day incubation cycles had ...
Sierra Leone's Vice President Self-Quarantined for EbolaGawker
Sierra Leone's Vice President in Quarantine for EbolaABC News
Ebola survivors commend Chinese medical teamXinhua
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Mon, 02 Mar 2015 06:27:21 GMT

Companies' tests used in 'superbug' scope cleaning flawed: FDA
(Reuters) - Manufacturers' tests of procedures to clean medical scopes linked with "superbug" outbreaks contained flaws that render their cleaning instructions unreliable, according to a senior official with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The scopes ...

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Mon, 02 Mar 2015 06:21:12 GMT

Dallas nurse who contracted Ebola to sue hospital (w/video)
DALLAS — A 26-year-old nurse said in a newspaper interview that a hospital where she had worked in Dallas and its parent company failed her when she contracted Ebola while caring for the first person in the U.S. diagnosed with the deadly disease.
Nurse Who Survived Ebola To File Lawsuit Against EmployerCBS Local
Ebola Survivor Nina Pham Suing Hospital to Be 'Voice for Other Nurses'ABC News
Nurse who survived Ebola says hospital failed herFox News
KRDO -SMN Weekly -Fort Worth Business Press
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Mon, 02 Mar 2015 06:02:28 GMT

American Live Wire

Armadillo Interaction Linked to Three New Leprosy Cases in Florida
American Live Wire
Interaction with armadillos has been found to be linked to three new cases of leprosy along the east coast of Florida since November 2014. The health officials have confirmed that all these three cases of leprosy have occurred in Volusia County, which has a ...
Three Cases of Leprosy Reported in FloridaVoice Chronicle
Three Cases of Leprosy Reported in Florida: Armadillos blamedNorthern Voices Online
Three leprosy cases confirmed in FloridaCBS News
Daily Mail -The Guardian -Frontline Desk
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Mon, 02 Mar 2015 02:59:34 GMT

Wall Street Journal

Amgen says Kyprolis doubles progression-free survival vs Velcade
March 1 (Reuters) - Amgen Inc's Kyprolis helped patients with relapsed multiple myeloma live twice as long before their blood cancer worsened compared to a regimen containing rival drug Velcade, according to an interim analysis announced by the ...
amgen-cancerThe Seattle Times
Amgen says a study found its cancer drug more effective than rival drugLos Angeles Times
Amgen's Kyprolis Outperforms Rival Drug In StudyForbes -Wall Street Journal
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Mon, 02 Mar 2015 03:28:53 GMT

Fox News

WHO: 1.1 billion people at risk of hearing loss
The Week Magazine
The World Health Organization has a warning: 1.1 billion teenagers and young adults are at risk of hearing loss due to listening to their music too loud and spending too much time in noisy venues. WHO analyzed data from studies in "middle- and high-income ...
Cut music to 'an hour a day': WHODaily Times
WHO highlights threat of recreational noise for hearing lossXinhua
Health Highlights: March 1,
Minneapolis Star Tribune -Fox News
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Mon, 02 Mar 2015 06:48:11 GMT


A New Treatment for Migraines Is Showing Promising Results
Treating migraines effectively might have gotten a lot easier, according to a new study published this month. Researchers at the Albany Medical Center claim that a new innovative treatment offers chronic migraine sufferers prolonged relief from the debilitating ...
Innovative treatment breaks chronic migraine cycleZee News
New Intranasal Treatment Could Finally Spell Relief for Migraine SufferersDiabetes Insider
Nerve Treatment Via Nose Shows Promise Against MigrainesU.S. News & World Report
Beacon Review -Science Codex
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Mon, 02 Mar 2015 05:59:22 GMT

SMN Weekly

Suicide rate in the US continuously rising, blamed on economy
SMN Weekly
13 For adults between the ages of 40 and 64, the suicide rate is continuously rising according to a recent study. Apparently, 37.5 percent of suicides in this age bracket were attributed to financial and economic problems in 2010 and it went up from 33 percent ...
Suicide Rate Up Among Middle Aged AmericansPioneer News
Suicide Rate Among Adults On The RiseHealth Aim
Increasing US suicide rates tied to personal financial woes: researchersRaw Story
Newsweek -Fox News
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Dr. Pedro Kuri Tijuana, Mexico.
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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. 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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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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