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SMN Weekly  - ‎22 minutes ago‎
The World Health Organization says that your mother was right after all. Around 1.1 billion people are at risk of losing their hearing ability and around half of 12-35 year olds in high income countries have exposed their hearing to unsafe levels of sound ...

Novel HIV Prodrug Safer Than Its Predecessor

MedPage Today  - ‎8 hours ago‎
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New Leprosy Cases Hit Florida

ABC News  - ‎2 hours ago‎
Three people in Volusia county were diagnosed with the rare illness, which is also known as Hansen's Disease. 0:51 | 02/27/15.

Leukemia Mutations Occur In Over 70 Percent Of People Over The Age Of 90

Headlines & Global News  - ‎4 hours ago‎
New research suggests that it is "almost inevitable" the one will develop genetic mutations associated with leukemia as they age.

Doctors in awe as baby is delivered still in its amniotic sac

The Week Magazine  - ‎Feb 25, 2015‎
A quick-thinking doctor was able to snap a photo of a baby born inside the amniotic sac, a rarity that occurs in just one out of every 80,000 births.

Study on Chronic Fatigue May Help With Diagnoses

New York Times  - ‎2 hours ago‎
The immune systems of people with chronic fatigue syndrome differ from those of healthy people, and patients with recent diagnoses can be distinguished from those who have had the condition for longer, researchers reported on Friday.

Sacramento Bee  - ‎5 hours ago‎
WASHINGTON. President Barack Obama said Friday the world has made "extraordinary strides in driving back Ebola" because of the efforts of the U.S.

eNews Park Forest  - ‎2 hours ago‎
"Middle aged adults are more likely than others to be family breadwinners and supporting dependents," noted the researchers.

February 28, 2015 Is Rare Disease Day

Huffington Post  - ‎5 hours ago‎
And how do I know that? My 26-year-old fraternal twin daughters were diagnosed with Late Onset Tay-Sachs this past November. Rare Disease Day happens every year on the last day in February and it is to build awareness to all of the orphan diseases ...

Los Angeles Times  - ‎1 hour ago‎
Health officials are on alert after an adult with measles went to a Berkeley restaurant last Friday, as the number of cases in the California-centered measles outbreak climbed to at least 156 patients across eight states, Canada and Mexico.

UN health agency warns of flu 'surprises'

The Hill  - ‎2 hours ago‎
The World Health Organization is warning countries across the globe in a new report to "be prepared for surprises" in the next flu pandemic.

6 Eating Disorder Myths Debunked

Huffington Post  - ‎59 minutes ago‎
How much do you actually know about eating disorders? For National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, we've rounded up common misconceptions that make it more difficult for people living with these illnesses to be recognized, to be understood and to ...

Nature World News  - ‎2 hours ago‎
Lyme disease: it's a pain for people both figuratively and physically. And for as long as the disease has been known about, people have placed the blame squarely on the deer tick.

STLtoday.com  - ‎2 hours ago‎
LONDON • Three Austrians have replaced injured hands with bionic ones that they can control using nerves and muscles transplanted into their arms from their legs.

CBS News  - ‎Feb 26, 2015‎
Cornell University researchers suggest that in the event of a zombie outbreak the best place for Americans to hide during the full-scale takeover would be the northern Rocky Mountains - or just about anywhere but a major city.

Study says kids exposed to peanuts at younger age are less likely to develop ...

KTIV  - ‎56 minutes ago‎
Peanuts are one of the most common food allergies in the U.S. and medical experts say this type of allergic reaction can be fatal.

MedPage Today  - ‎Feb 26, 2015‎
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