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Study Suggests Benefits of Bariatric Surgery for Type 2 Diabetes

Pioneer News  - ‎43 minutes ago‎
VA new, and recently published study suggests that weight loss surgery is, apparently, the most successful treatment for diabetes in obese patients.

J&J vaccine absolutely refused HIV in some monkeys in experiment

The Market Business  - ‎1 hour ago‎
The findings come from a preclinical study of an HIV “heterologous prime-boost” vaccine regimen used in non-human primates by scientists at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), Crucell Holland BV, one of the Janssen Pharmaceutical ...

Suspected Congo Ebola victims test negative for the virus

Yahoo News  - ‎4 hours ago‎
KINSHASA (Reuters) - Six hunters in the Democratic Republic of Congo who fell sick and were suspected to have Ebola have tested negative for the virus, the health minister said on Saturday.

Irish Times  - ‎Jul 3, 2015‎
Trials of a new treatment for cystic fibrosis (CF) have delivered “a significant if modest benefit” for patients who experienced an improvement in lung function.

Blue Eyes And Alcohol Dependency, New Study Found A Link

Pioneer News  - ‎1 hour ago‎
Alcoholism continues to be a pervasive social problem in our country. Thus, there is always research being conducted somewhere to examine causes, effects, and other relationships of this condition and how we may be able to better treat or prevent it.

Simple sniff test could detect autism

Times of India  - ‎12 hours ago‎
JERUSALEM: The way children sniff different aromas could form the basis of a test to accurately detect autism, a new study has found.
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Here's How Brain Stores Experienced Memories

Echo Examiner  - ‎1 hour ago‎
A recent study indicates that it can assist in garnering insight about memory loss and related conditions to help those affected with Alzheimer's and other neurological diseases.

Swimmers should avoid contact with blue-green algae, MPCA warns

Duluth News Tribune  - ‎4 hours ago‎
The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is asking swimmers to be aware of algae-ridden lakes and foul-smelling water this holiday weekend after toxins from the blue-green blooms hospitalized a child and killed two dogs near Alexandria, Minn.

Thinker-Eating Amoeba Declares Existence of California Woman

The Market Business  - ‎1 hour ago‎
In a rather disturbing study, a 21-year-old woman breathed her last after being infected by a deadly brain-eating amoeba infection.

CTV News  - ‎9 hours ago‎
In response to reports that poison ivy has become stronger and more prevalent lately, a U.S. dermatologist sheds light on the plant with the aim of encouraging a safer outdoor season.

Salon  - ‎12 hours ago‎
I am under the impression (please don't correct me if I'm wrong) that summer is only fun if you have too much confidence. Like if you went to the confidence vending machine and put in enough money for one can of confidence but it broke and gave you one ...

Daily Beast  - ‎Jul 3, 2015‎
Cuba's 'eradication' of mother-to-infant HIV is hopeful but not groundbreaking. The risk for infants there was extremely low—and now, at 2 percent, it's not entirely gone.

FDA increases level of examination linked to safety of codeine in drugs for ...

NYC Today  - ‎6 hours ago‎
It has been reported that Food and Drug Administration has taken a step to better scrutinize safety concerns regarding use of cough syrups that contain codeine, in children less than 12 years old.

New Arizona Law co-authored by Theranos goes into Effect

NY City News  - ‎Jul 3, 2015‎
Friday, July 3, marked as a big day for Elizabeth Holmes, Theranos' founder and CEO. An Arizona bill co-authored by the company has become active, which will allow patients to order blood test without involving a doctor.

Bath Chronicle  - ‎7 hours ago‎
A study from the University of Edinburgh says people are smarter and taller than their ancestors. And those born to parents from diverse genetic backgrounds tend to be taller and have sharper thinking skills than people who do not.

Girl, 3, helps two children after death from brain cancer

Tucson News Now  - ‎1 hour ago‎
NORTH PLATTE, NE (KNOP/CNN) - Three families are now connected because of one little girl. MOREAdditional LinksPoll. Olivia Swedberg, 3, had a terminal disease, but her organs would go on to save other children.

Salmonella Typhimurium Outbreak Associated with Frozen Chicken Entrees ...

Food Poison Journal  - ‎22 hours ago‎
In 1998 and 2005, two outbreaks of salmonellosis associated with eating frozen, pre-browned, single-serving, microwaveable stuffed chicken products were identified in Minnesota.

Nashville CARES, others win CDC grant for HIV health center

The Tennessean  - ‎12 hours ago‎
Nashville is one step closer to ridding the community of AIDS, thanks to funding from the Center of Disease Control. The CDC awarded Nashville CARES, Street Works and Neighborhood Health an almost $3.8 million grant for an LGBTQI community health ...

Major steps urged to avert cardiac arrest deaths

Walla Walla Union-Bulletin  - ‎Jul 3, 2015‎
#WASHINGTON - Would you know what to do if you see someone collapse, not breathing - a loved one at home, a co-worker at the office, a stranger on the street?

MDH: First patients receive medical cannabis under new state program

ECM Publishers  - ‎5 hours ago‎
Minnesota opened cannabis patient centers in Minneapolis and Eagan July 1, allowing qualified patients to receive medical cannabis for the first time.
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