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By Randy DotingaHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, Oct. 20, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- A man's love of coffee could hamper the success of a couple's infertility treatment, a small new study suggests. But mild...
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Effect of Hospital Conversions to For-Profit Status Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsJAMA Newswise — Hospital conversion from nonprofit to for-profit status in the 2000s was associated...
2014/10/21 18:43
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Caesarean delivery rates vary significantly from one hospital to another — a fact that has many obstetricians on the defensive as the government strives to drive down America’s relatively high rate of...
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Randy Dotinga HealthDay Reporter The research is to be presented Monday at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine annual meeting in Honolulu. Previous research into male fertility hasn't...
2014/10/21 03:28
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Fats in margarine good for your heartTuesday, 21 October 2014, 4:17 pmPress Release: Network CommunicationFats in margarine good for your heartDo you know your MUFAs from your PUFAs? Are you eating...
2014/10/19 22:48
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First Melody-Catalpa, now all of Boulder County. Bee Safe Boulder, the group behind the first bee-safe neighborhood in the state, is at it again. Molly Greacen, one of Bee safe Boulder's founders,...
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Being fit and healthy does more that just boost someone’s looks. Recent studies have shown that even moderate physical activity offers big benefits, including better immunity, healthier body weight,...
2014/10/18 08:05
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Although deadlier than many infectious diseases, Ebola is still extremely rare when compared with other, much more common communicable diseases. Although deadlier than many infectious diseases, the...
2014/10/17 22:39
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U.S. To Temporarily Halt Funding For Controversial Virus Research The federal government will temporarily stop funding any new studies that could make three high-risk infectious diseases even more...
2014/10/17 21:59
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In an exclusive email interview with “The Hindu” Harvard Medical School Professor Ashish Jha, predicts that India may well have “at least a few cases before the calendar year is over". An infectious...
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BOSTON - Poor communication, a lack of leadership and underfunding plagued the World Health Organization’s initial response to the Ebola outbreak, allowing the disease to spiral out of control. The...
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Yet, fear of contracting Ebola is much more common. According to a survey by the Harvard School of Public Health, nearly 40 percent of Americans believe there will be a "large outbreak" of Ebola virus...
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One rationale for extending Medicaid coverage to more people is to help them get to a doctor or clinic before a minor illness becomes a medical emergency. While the expansion of Medicaid under the...
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Former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan criticized wealthy countries on Thursday for its slow response to the Ebola epidemic when it broke out in West Africa early this year and said he was...
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Predicting the ways in which Obamacare would fail and ruin America has been something of a cottage industry for conservative politicians and talking heads since the Affordable Care Act passed in...
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Drink coffee—for your health In college, when I worked part-time as a barista at a local coffee shop, I would often serve the same customers day in and day out. To the point that, before they’d even...
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Published: Friday, October 17, 2014, 12:01 a.m. Ebola confusion reigns, polls find WASHINGTON — As Americans are becoming increasingly fearful of Ebola, there is still notable confusion about how...
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Regularly drinking high levels of sugar-sweetened soda could lead to the premature aging of immune cells, leaving the body vulnerable to chronic diseases in a similar manner to the effects of smoking,...
2014/10/17 05:16
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President Barack Obama said he’s open to naming an Ebola czar to coordinate the U.S. domestic response and that the key to stemming the spread of the virus is battling it in West Africa. “It may make...
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