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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Dr. Tom Frieden testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014, before the House subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights, and International Organizations ...
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CDC Director: Ebola Outbreak 'Spiraling Out Of Control,' 'Window Of Opportunity ...
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Meeting Coverage. ESC: Xarelto Safe for Cardioverting Afib. Published: Sep 2, 2014. By Peggy Peck, Editor-in-Chief, MedPage Today.
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The grandmother of brain tumour patient Ashya King said she was "relieved" his parents had been released from a Spanish prison but the authorities in the UK needed to be held to account.
(Reuters) - General Electric Co's healthcare unit last week won U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval for its mammography device that produces three-dimensional images to detect breast cancer.
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UNDATED (CNN) -- It may be possible to rewire your brain so that it wants -- craves, even -- healthier foods. How? By following a healthy diet.
Yes, a new study has found that a low-carbohydrate diet helped participants drop weight faster over 12 months than a low-fat one, but let's not toss the rye bread and start frying up the eggs just yet.
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The dramatic recapture of an Ebola patient in Liberia has been caught on camera, after he escaped from a quarantine centre. His escape raised wider fears that some countries are struggling to contain the virus.
Women diagnosed with early-stage cancer in one breast are increasingly choosing to have both breasts removed to reduce their chances of getting cancer again, but they'll likely have no better chance at long-term survival than those who had a far less ...
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A new report has provided strong evidence that the experimental drug, ZMAPP can effectively cure anyone infected with the Ebola virus once they are given dosage.
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What you eat and drink, and not just the number of calories, is a significant factor in diabetes risk, a study showed. Losing weight may be good but not enough to prevent Type 2 diabetes as researchers have shown that you do not have to be overweight to ...
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Elysse Mata remembers the day she found out she was having twins, and the shock when she heard they were conjoined. "I was speechless, it was so unexpected,” she said.
Despite some pretty valiant efforts to provide the highest-quality foods to the communities that need it most, studies show that the nutritional gap in America continues to grow.
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Orange County Vector Control District inspector Eddie Garcia examines mosquito larvae taken from a swimming pool in Buena Park. Orange County has seen a surge in West Nile cases so far this year.
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Doctors say a new Novartis drug could be a breakthrough therapy for the majority of more than half of the 6 million Americans with heart failure.
Dr. Claire McCarthy is a primary care pediatrician at Boston Children's Hospital, an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School, a senior editor for Harvard Health Publications, and an official spokesperson for the American Academy of ...
Alzheimer's disease is one of the most heartbreaking health afflictions a person and their family can go through. With the rapid mental deterioration of their mental state, families and friends literally watch their loved ones fade away before their eyes.
Exelixis watched its stock plummet Tuesday after its experimental drug failed to prolong the lives of men with advanced prostate cancer in a late-stage clinical trial.
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A 32-year old Pittsburgh man used his cancelled wedding to raise funds to perform surgeries on underprivileged in developing countries.
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Researchers describe a new test for detecting sickle cell anemia that is cheap, fast, and accurate, all characteristics that make it ideal for saving lives in developing countries.
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Obesity is big business and as a result, so are bariatric surgeries. They are a popular fail safe for people who believe they lack the mental resolve to eat less but is it really the most cost effective way to treat obesity now that health care is government controlled ...
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