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Fri, 28 Aug 2015 16:37:37 GMT

Minneapolis Star Tribune

FDA Approves Repatha for High Cholesterol
U.S. News & World Report
FRIDAY, Aug. 28, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Repatha (evolocumab) has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the second non-statin drug in its class approved to treat high cholesterol. The injected drug, among a new class called PCSK9 ...
New drug could dramatically reduce cholesterolDetroit Free Press
Amgen v. Regeneron: Everyone Wins?Barron's (blog)
FDA approves new cholesterol drug, RepathaNew York Daily News
Oroville Mercury Register
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Fri, 28 Aug 2015 13:37:10 GMT

The Hindu

'Neurotic people tend to be more creative'
The Hindu
Neurotic people who constantly worry and brood over negative thoughts are likely to be more creative, a new study has found. The part of the brain responsible for self-generated thought is highly active in neuroticism, which yields both of the trait's ...
Are You Neurotic? Condition Actually Has a Silver LiningSci-Tech Today
Study: Neurotic people are more creativeNewsQuench
Neurotic and Moody People Are More Creative: StudyNYC Today
Bel Marra Health
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Fri, 28 Aug 2015 16:45:17 GMT

Times Gazette

Simple Blood Samples May Help In Early Detection Of Certain Types Of Cancer ...
Times Gazette
According to a new study, a simple blood test could prove helpful in saving the lives by identifying cancers that relapse after treatment. Scientists from the Institute of Cancer Research, London were able to find traces of breast cancer that would ...
Researchers in London developing blood test to detect cancer relapseNYC Today
Blood test can detect recurrence of breast cancer after treatmentThe Hoops News
Breakthrough: New blood test can find cancer relapseMorning Ticker
The Market Business -Regal Tribune -University Herald
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Fri, 28 Aug 2015 16:28:24 GMT

Fox News

Hearing aids help 6-month-old twins hear parents for first time
Fox News
A pair of identical twins in California born with severe hearing loss got to hear their parents' voices for the first time Wednesday after a nonprofit helped fit them with custom-made hearing aids. The 6-month-old sisters, Kayla and Kiara Hernandez ...
Orange County twin babies hear parents' voices for first timeWABC-TV
6-month-old twins hear their parents' voices for the very first
See a Pair of Twins Hear Their Mom for the First TimeABC News -Daily Mail
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Fri, 28 Aug 2015 16:03:43 GMT

MedPage Today

CDC: Kindergarten Vax Rate High, But Not High Enough
MedPage Today
savesaved. register today. Earn Free CME Credits by reading the latest medical news in your specialty. sign up. by Molly Walker Contributing Writer. Action Points. Note that this CDC-run study demonstrated that vaccination rates among school-age ...
Some Parts Of The U.S. Still Have Unacceptably Low Vaccination RatesHuffington Post
Ohio Logs Better-than-average Childhood Vaccination RatesThe Courier
Health official: States should post local vaccination infoWRGB
Los Angeles Times
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Fri, 28 Aug 2015 14:52:00 GMT


Polio virus lingered in man's gut for decades
(NEWSER) – For nearly his entire life, a 29-year-old man living in the United Kingdom has had the polio virus living in his gut—where the strain has mutated from the weakened form he received in a vaccine as an infant to a much more virulent strain, ...
Polio: Vaccinated British man shed virus for 30 yearsBBC News
British Man has been Shedding Polio Virus for 28 Years Despite Being VaccinatedNews Every day
Man sheds deadly polio virus in feces for 28 yearsMedical News Today
Medical Research News and Interviews on (blog) -Pacific Standard
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Fri, 28 Aug 2015 13:37:01 GMT

Times of India

CDC warns against swimming and showering with contact lens
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported contact lens wearers should avoid swimming and showering with the lenses still in, which can lead to infections and injuries. With 40 million people using contacts over glasses in the U.S., there ...
CDC Contact Lens Health Week: Taking Care Of Your EyesTech Times
1-800 Contacts shares lens care tipsNYC Today
Risky Eye Business? Contact Lens Wearers Tell AllDispatch Times -Fx Report Daily -PR Newswire (press release)
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Fri, 28 Aug 2015 15:03:00 GMT

New York Daily News

School lunches are getting healthier: CDC
New York Daily News
Public school kids are getting healthier lunches. So says the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which investigated school data from 2000, 2006 and 2014. They were looking to see if the changes to school lunches that the Department of ...
Healthier School Meals Offered Across U.S., Feds
Schools are making healthier meals than before: CDCNature World Report
New Study Indicates Healthy School Meal Reformation Plan IneffectivePioneer News
Capital Wired -Los Angeles Times
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Fri, 28 Aug 2015 11:54:00 GMT

Fox News

Japan partly lifts US, Canada poultry ban after bird flu
Fox News
Japan's Farm Ministry on Friday partiality lifted a ban on imports of live poultry and poultry meat from the United States and Canada following an outbreak of bird flu. Imports from the eight U.S. states of Oregon, Washington, Idaho, California, Kansas ...

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Fri, 28 Aug 2015 15:43:30 GMT

It's West Nile Virus season - here's how to stay protected
Late last week Toronto's health department confirmed its first case of West Nile virus. Dr. Michael Finkelstein, an associate medical officer of health with Toronto Public Health (TPH), said this is the time of year is when the virus traditionally ...
Officials: Bowie resident may have West Nile virusWashington Post
Public on alert for West Nile, city saysChicago Tribune
First Human Case of West Nile Virus in Middlesex County This

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