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Fri, 28 Nov 2014 04:34:47 GMT

Tech Times

Dry Powder Measles Vaccine Shows Promise in Human Trials. Buh-bye, Needles
Tech Times
Dry powder measles vaccinations have proven to be safe for humans. The new form of vaccines will be easier to transport and administer compared to the current injectable vaccines. (Photo : Glenn Asakawa / University of Colorado) ...
Powdered Measles Vaccine Passed Early Safety Human TestingBeta Wired
Powdered Measles Vaccine Scores Promising ResultsThe Utah People's Post
Dry powder measles vaccine found safe in human trialsDelhi Daily News
Frontline Desk -Medical News Today
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Thu, 27 Nov 2014 08:51:25 GMT

New York Times

FAQ's about the FDA's final menu regulations
The FDA hosted a conference call in response to today's news regarding its long-awaited final menu labeling regulations. On the call, FDA representatives said they have received 900 comments on restaurant menu labeling and 250 comments on vending ...
Industry expects confusion, concern about menu labeling detailsSupermarket News
New FDA rules will put calorie counts on
FDA Releases Final Menu Labeling RulesBlue MauMau
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Fri, 28 Nov 2014 03:00:25 GMT

BBC News

Ebola crisis: French President Hollande to visit Guinea
BBC News
French President Francois Hollande is to arrive in Guinea, becoming the first Western leader to visit a nation hit hard by the deadly Ebola virus. He will deliver "a message of solidarity" to Guinea, where more than 1,200 have died of Ebola. France has pledged ...
Hollande embarks on trip to Ebola-hit GuineaDaily Mail
France's Hollande heads for Ebola-hit GuineaDeutsche Welle
Ebola Aid Dogged by Coordination Lags in GuineaABC News

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Fri, 28 Nov 2014 01:28:43 GMT


U.S. adult smoking rate dips just under 18 percent
The Seattle Times
It was the lowest percentage of cigarette smokers since an annual survey began keeping track in 1965, according to the authors of a study published in the CDC's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. By KAREN KAPLAN. Los Angeles Times (TNS) ...
Adult smoking rate dipped just below 18 percent last year, government report saysMinneapolis Star Tribune
Smoking Rates Falling Despite Growing PopulationDumb-Out
Beijing preps tough tobacco controls in smokers' paradiseUSA TODAY
Los Angeles Times -WebMD -Xinhua
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Fri, 28 Nov 2014 03:06:18 GMT

BBC News

Ebola vaccine 'promising' say scientists after human trial
BBC News
The first human trial of an experimental vaccine against Ebola suggests that it is safe and may help the immune system to combat the virus. Twenty volunteers were immunised in the United States. Scientists at the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) ...
Ebola outbreak: volunteers vaccinated in Halifax
Experimental Ebola vaccine draws eager test volunteersLos Angeles Times
Ebola hitting Sierra Leone hard as vaccine trials show promiseWDAM-TV
PBS NewsHour -Diabetes Insider -Irish Examiner
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Fri, 28 Nov 2014 05:04:59 GMT

New York Daily News

Covenant House to offer free HIV testing for World AIDS Day
Charleston Gazette
There are an estimated 2,000 people living with HIV/AIDS in West Virginia — a number that includes the roughly 400 who don't know they're infected with the virus, and the population Covenant House hopes to reach this World AIDS Day. “We're trying to ...
World AIDS Day focuses on prevention, treatmentSpringfield News-Leader
Asia-Pacific: Inadequate funds for HIV help for gaysErasing 76 Crimes
Commentary: Fight AIDS by legalizing prostitutionAustin American-Statesman
Reuters -Huffington Post -Gawker
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Fri, 28 Nov 2014 03:59:33 GMT

New York Times

Despite Aid Push, Ebola Is Raging in Sierra Leone
New York Times
KISSI TOWN, Sierra Leone — Military choppers thunder over the slums. Nearly a thousand British soldiers are on the scene, ferrying supplies and hammering together new Ebola clinics. Crates of food and medicine are flowing into the port, and planeloads of ...
For many in Sierra Leone, Ebola care is a cruel mirageDallas Morning News
How world's worst Ebola outbreak began with one boy's deathBBC News
Canadian Forces medical team to treat health-care workers in Sierra Leone, but ...Toronto Star
Brisbane Times -The Guardian
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Thu, 27 Nov 2014 21:19:33 GMT

'It's awesome': Family hears son's heartbeat in Vietnam war veteran
CTV News
Eight months after Matthew Heisler died in a house fire, his family was given the chance to hear his heartbeat again. This time, the steady sound was coming from the body of Tom Meeks, a Vietnam veteran who had received Matthew's heart following his ...
Organ donor's ND family listens to his heart inside anotherNew York Daily News
Family hears son's heartbeat in Vietnam Veteran's chest after lifesaving
Family hears son's heart beat in Vietnam vet's chest after life-saving transplantFox News -KTLA
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Fri, 28 Nov 2014 02:35:39 GMT

Scientists uncover vulture's secrets to eating death
The Star Online
Vultures snack on death, merrily munching away on rotting flesh that would make other animals ill. So how do they do it? The answer, apparently, lies in their guts. In a study published in the journal Nature Communications on Nov 25, scientists say that after ...
How vultures evolved to live on rotting, feces-covered meat (and what we can ...Washington Post
Gut check: how vultures dine on rotting flesh, and like itReuters
Vultures could hold key to deadly bacteriaBBC News
U.S. News & World Report -Newsweek
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Fri, 28 Nov 2014 01:39:30 GMT


Blackouts paralyze subway, traffic
Buenos Aires Herald
A broad power outage that hit Buenos Aires early yesterday temporarily paralyzed some subway stations and took more than 100 traffic lights out of service on major avenues causing severe traffic jams during morning rush hour. The outage hit several ...
Argentina president returns after illnessWashington Post
Argentines March On Presidential Palace To Protest InflationNPR

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