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Thu, 02 Oct 2014 02:07:28 GMT

Wall Street Journal

How Did The Ebola Patient Escape for Two Days?
NBCNews.com
The man diagnosed with Ebola virus in Dallas first started feeling ill on September 24 and he showed up at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital on September 26th, complaining of fever and abdominal pain. The hospital had just been through a drill for such a ...
US Monitors Contacts of Ebola Patient in TexasWall Street Journal
Dallas Parents Worried Over Ebola Exposure at SchoolsBusinessweek
Man in US With Ebola Had Been Screened to Fly, but System is SpottyNew York Times
Salt Lake Tribune -Reuters -Washington Times
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Thu, 02 Oct 2014 02:00:45 GMT

BBC News

Ebola crisis: UK aid cuts 'hit fight' against virus
BBC News
People watch as a burial team enters their community to collect a dead body suspected of A burial team collect a suspected Ebola victim in Liberia. More than 3,000 people have been killed by the virus. Continue reading the main story ...
UK must restore aid for Sierra Leone and Liberia: reportReuters
UN to establish Ebola Response Headquarters in AccraThe Guardian Nigeria
Aust commits further $10m to Ebola fightThe Australian
Huffington Post -Wall Street Journal -NBCNews.com
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Thu, 02 Oct 2014 01:34:02 GMT

Newsweek

Four Deaths Are Linked to a Respiratory Illness
New York Times
At least four people have died after contracting a severe respiratory illness that has spread to more than 40 states, public health officials announced on Wednesday. The deaths were the first to be linked to the nationwide outbreak of enterovirus 68, which has ...
4 children in Boston showing paralysis symptoms possibly related to enterovirus ...New York Daily News
Paralysis cases in Alberta under investigation for Enterovirus D68 linkCBC.ca
Enterovirus link probed in deaths of girl, 3 othersUSA TODAY
CTV News -KHON2 -WWMT-TV
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Thu, 02 Oct 2014 02:05:15 GMT

Daily Digest

The ability to smell may be linked to a person's life span
Daily Digest
A recent study found that those who had the least sensitivity to smells were three times more likely to die within the next five years. A person who is losing their ability to smell may be doing so because of an increased risk for death, a new study claims.
Could a Fading Sense of Smell Point to Earlier Death?Philly.com
Loss of smell may be predictor of death in older adults - studyReuters
A Decreased Sense Of Smell Could Predict An Increased Risk Of Mortality In ...Science World Report
BBC News
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Wed, 01 Oct 2014 23:37:11 GMT

MedPage Today

Low-cost Program Cuts Teen Pregnancy Rate
MedPage Today
OB/Gyn. Low-cost Program Cuts Teen Pregnancy Rate. Published: Oct 1, 2014 | Updated: Oct 1, 2014. By Shalmali Pal, Contributing Editor, MedPage Today. Reviewed by F. Perry Wilson, MD, MSCE; Assistant Professor, Section of Nephrology, Yale School of ...
Study: Good access to birth control prevents teen pregnancy, abortionLos Angeles Times
Free Birth Control Reduces Both Teen Pregnancies And AbortionsScience 2.0
Free, Long-Acting Contraceptives May Greatly Reduce Teen Pregnancy RatePhilly.com
Baltimore Sun -Al Jazeera America
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Thu, 02 Oct 2014 01:29:36 GMT

UPI.com

Microneedle pill can save you from needles
iStreet Research
Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and MIT researchers have developed a way to avoid injections for people who fear needles. A novel drug capsule can now be swallowed instead of being injected. The catch is, the capsule contains microneedles that ...
Pill could replace injections (but is covered in tiny needles)Daily Mail
Swallowing this needle-studded pill could be good for youCNET

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Thu, 02 Oct 2014 00:50:17 GMT

Boston Herald

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL: Masconomet does its part for Breast Cancer Awareness
Boston Herald
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the Masconomet girls volleyball is doing its part once again. Since 2011, Masco Volleyball has donated $6,125 to Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Below is an email head coach Alyssa Schatzel sent out to the ...
Breast cancer threatens every 9th Pak womanThe Nation
Breast cancer myths debunkedFlorida Flambeau
Dothan turns Justice Park fountain pink for breast cancer aware - WSFA.com ...WSFA
Daily Mail -ABC News -Chron.com
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Wed, 01 Oct 2014 22:42:26 GMT

Kansas City Star

Delaying Gluten in Diet Doesn't Prevent Celiac Disease, Studies Find
Wall Street Journal
Parents of children at risk for celiac disease due to family history have often been advised to carefully time when they introduce gluten into an infant's diet as a way to prevent the disease. But two new studies found such timing offers no protection. The findings ...
Infant's Early Diet Doesn't Change Celiac Disease Risk, Study FindsPhilly.com
Early gluten exposure no protection against celiac diseaseBaltimore Sun
Timing of gluten introduction in infancy doesn't matterFamily Practice News Digital Network
Boston Globe -Kansas City Star
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Thu, 02 Oct 2014 00:46:55 GMT

New York Times

US Military Hospitals Are Ordered to Improve Care, Access and Safety
New York Times
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel spoke at a news conference on Wednesday. Credit Stephen Crowley/The New York Times. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story Share This Page. Continue ...
Military medical system "can do better," Hagel says; Womack mostly meets ...Fayetteville Observer
Report criticizes Portsmouth Naval Medical CenterThe Virginian-Pilot
Hagel, Indian PM Held Talks On Defense Issues: PentagonRTT News
Tuscaloosa News -Defense One -Military.com
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Wed, 01 Oct 2014 21:54:46 GMT

USA TODAY

FDA sets guidelines for medical devices' cybersecurity
USA TODAY
SAN FRANCISCO — The Food and Drug Administration has released long-awaited guidelines on the cybersecurity of medical devices. "There is no such thing as a threat-proof medical device," said Suzanne Schwartz, director of emergency preparedness at ...
FDA Guidance on Medical Device Cyber Security is Here, But Will It Have Teeth?Medical Device and Diagnostics Industry
FDA releases guidance on medical device cybersecurityFedScoop
FDA Takes Steps to Strengthen Cybersecurity of Medical DeviceseNews Park Forest

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