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Prof. Rafael Inigo Pavlovich,MD,PhD,FACS,
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Sat, 18 Apr 2015 05:55:18 GMT


Youth e-cigarette data prompts new calls to speed regulation
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Public health advocates are stepping up pressure on the U.S. government to quickly regulate and restrict access to e-cigarettes after new data showed use of the products tripled among high school and middle school children last ...
Use of e-cigs sees spike among teensIdaho State Journal
E-cigarette Have Become Common For New GenerationGeek Infinite
alarming!! Teens Using E-Cigarettes Triple in One YearObserver Chronicle
Pioneer News -American Register
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Sat, 18 Apr 2015 02:39:27 GMT

CBS Local

Health Officials Declare Disneyland-Linked Measles Outbreak Over
CBS Local
LOS ANGELES (AP) – California health authorities on Friday declared an end to a large measles outbreak that started at Disneyland and triggered a national debate about vaccinations. Disease detectives for months raced to contain the highly contagious ...
Measles Outbreak That Began At Disneyland Is Nearing An ConclusionStatesmen News
California Measles Outbreak Is Over, But Pending Vaccination Legislation Isn't ...Bustle
California's measles outbreak is over, but vaccine fight continuesLos Angeles Times
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Sat, 18 Apr 2015 05:04:42 GMT

Largest HIV outbreak in Indiana history: A toxic mix of drug addiction, poverty ...
Tiffany Prater, of Austin, Ind., is addicted to the painkiller Opana and has shared needles with other users in the past. Austin has seen a very high number of HIV cases in an outbreak among intravenous drug users. The cases are connected to injection of the ...
HIV outbreak history- A toxic mix of drug addiction, poverty, hopelessnessObserver Chronicle
Indiana HIV cases jump amid outbreak tied to drug useColumbus Dispatch
Indiana HIV Outbreak: 24 New Cases Confirmed Totalling 120 InfectionsPioneer News
Diabetes Insider -Statesmen News
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Fri, 17 Apr 2015 22:53:27 GMT


Eye Contact Helps Strengthen The Bond Between Pooches And Their Owners
Huffington Post
Oh, those puppy eyes. Just by gazing at their owners, dogs can trigger a response in their masters' brains that helps them bond, a study says. And owners can do a similar trick in return, researchers found.
Does your dog really love you back? The answer may be in the
Science proved you and your dog fall in love when you look in each other's eyesQuartz
Love hormone makes dogs humans' best friendsTimes of India
CBS News -New York Times -Medical News Today
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Sat, 18 Apr 2015 05:39:29 GMT

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Prostate cancer survivors should walk for 3 hours a week to improve quality of life
Techie News
Walking is one of the best forms of exercise that is recommended for everyone and now a new Northwestern Medicine study has claimed that if prostate cancer survivors walk for three hours per week, they will be able to improve their quality of life and reduce ...
Walking improves health outcomes for prostate cancer
Light Walking For Three Hours Per Week Helps Prostate Cancer SurvivorsVoice Chronicle
Brisk walking key for prostate cancer survivorsTimes of India
Mirror Daily -Pioneer News -Science World Report
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Sat, 18 Apr 2015 02:17:43 GMT


Dr. Oz defends medical advice amid calls for firing at Columbia U.
Mehmet Oz ("Dr. Oz") defended himself Friday against criticism from other medical professionals, who say that some of the TV host's advice and product endorsements lack scientific backing. A group of doctors has sent a letter to Columbia University, asking ...
Docs: Fire Dr. Oz for pushing 'quack treatments'Detroit Free Press
TV doctor has come under fire again from his peers. Source:
Dr. Oz fires back at critics calling for his Columbia U exitStatesmen News
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Sat, 18 Apr 2015 04:09:18 GMT

Chicago Tribune

Hospitals ponder meaning, value of CMS' new star ratings
About 7% of hospitals got the highest rating, 34% got the second-highest rating, and 19% got one of the two lowest possible scores in the CMS' new five-star ratings of more than 3,500 hospitals based on patient-satisfaction surveys. The star ratings, posted on ...
Pittsburgh hospitals miss 5-star ranking in patient expertiseStandard Bulletin
Sarasota Memorial outshines Blake, Manatee Memorial in satisfaction surveyBradenton Herald
Five-star hospitals? Government unveils new ratings; One top rated in HawaiiKHON2 -Ocala -Kaiser Health News
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Fri, 17 Apr 2015 17:01:05 GMT


Ebola's toll: $2.2B economic hit for W. Africa
WASHINGTON — The Ebola epidemic that swept through West Africa this year sucked $2.2 billion from the economies of the three countries hit hardest by the disease, the World Bank said Friday. USA TODAY. 2015 World Bank-IMF spring meetings ...
Ebola Fighters Say Now Is Not the Time to Let UpTIME
Rebuilding after Ebola will require the world's helpWashington Post

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Sat, 18 Apr 2015 05:53:08 GMT

New York Post

Synthetic marijuana sends over 120 people to ER in one week
New York Post
Sold as Spice, K2 and other street monikers, synthetic marijuana has proven dangerous in New York City. Photo: AP. MORE ON: Marijuana · Snoop Dogg invests in pot-delivery app · Fire sends Seattle marijuana farm up in smoke · Teen falls six stories trying ...
Andrew Cuomo warns spike in synthetic marijuana use has hospitalized more ...New York Daily News
Synthetic marijuana sends over 120 people to ER in 1 weekStandard Bulletin
Officials: Synthetic pot sends 160 to NY hospitals in 9 daysWestfield Republican

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Sat, 18 Apr 2015 06:44:05 GMT

Times of India

Can 'maple syrup' reduce antibiotics' use?
Times of India
It turns out that the sweet treat you pour over your pancakes could make antibiotics more effective against bacteria. According to the findings of the researchers at McGill University , combining the concentrated extract of maple syrup with common antibiotics ...

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