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DANGER: A man is being tested for Ebola at a hospital in Liverpool [GETTY] The patient has travelled to western Africa, which was worst hit by the outbreak last year. He fell ill in North Wales and...
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2015/07/03 12:57
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SINGAPORE: Despite efforts by the National Environment Agency (NEA) and members of the Bishan community to curb a dengue outbreak, there have been 131 dengue cases reported in the Bishan North area...
2015/07/03 05:02
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Dammit. I had planned on posting something else tomorrow that, because it had been posted elsewhere, would be minimal work. The reason, of course, is because it’s the 4th of July weekend and today is...
2015/07/02 23:34
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More confirmed cases of whooping cough in Northern Michigan. The outbreak continues to grow. The health department says they've seen cases in children as young as six months all the way up to...
2015/07/02 21:18
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The next time you’re offered a prescription for antibiotics and ask yourself, “What harm could it do?” think about Peggy Lillis. Five years ago, the 56-year-old kindergarten teacher from Brooklyn,...
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Rev. Dr. Nancy L. Wilson is Moderator of Metropolitan Community Churches Dr. Ibrahim Abdurrahman Farajaje is Provost of Starr King School for the Ministry, Professor of Cultural Studies and Islamic...
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PARIS & CAMBRIDGE, England--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Novacyt (ALTERNEXT: ALNOV), an international specialist in cancer and Infectious disease diagnostics is pleased to announce the addition of new members to...
2015/07/02 14:34
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The medical field of public health typically takes in a variety of topics affecting large populations, such as Infectious disease, environmental hazards, or sexually transmitted diseases. Now, say...
2015/07/02 13:30
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The recent Ebola preventive measures put into place by health authorities have led a decline in the number of infection cases at the John F. Hospital in Monrovia. Prior to the Ebola outbreak last...
2015/07/02 04:10
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A new Bay State biotech company is developing antibiotics to treat drug-resistant infections, one of the health care industry’s most pressing needs. “This is not a small problem, and it’s getting...
2015/07/02 02:37
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MERS, a new disease knocking at our doors – Poonam Khetrapal Singh Published: 2 July 2015 10:29 AM In 2012, a new virus suddenly appeared in the Middle East. It resembled the Severe Acute...
2015/07/02 01:04
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WSU NEWS RELEASE -- Sebastian Fernandez has learned lessons about teamwork, the “art” of experiential learning and the rewards of rigorous study as an undergraduate at Washington State University...
2015/07/01 23:57
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The Connecticut General Assembly has approved a measure that would require parents to get the certification of a judge, notary or attorney before they can cite a religious exemption for their child's...
2015/07/01 23:45
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A disease that was thought to be eradicated 60 years ago might be making a comeback in Galveston County, according to an expert at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. Infectious...
2015/07/01 23:38
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A superbug infection is on the rise in South Dakota and across the country, but you might not have heard of it before. C. diff, as it's commonly known, is a bacteria which can cause severe symptoms...
2015/07/01 22:57
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With new cases of Ebola confirmed in West Africa this week, news of a multimillion-dollar investment to help fight the virus has been issued. The University of Nebraska Medical Center has already...
2015/07/01 19:46
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SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake County Health Department is investigating two suspected cases of cholera. Two people were identified with cholera-like symptoms on Friday, but tests remain unconfirmed,...
2015/07/01 18:38
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South Dakota health officials are keeping their eyes on an infection that's on the rise. Doctors are diagnosing more people with C. diff. The bacteria are passed in human waste and can be spread to...
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South Korea just posted its biggest-ever trade surplus, and that’s not a good sign - Quartz South Korea just posted its biggest-ever trade surplus, and that’s not a good sign The only reason the...
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Debra Baretta, an opponent of a measure requiring nearly all California schoolchildren to be vaccinated, wipes her eyes after learning that Calififornia Gov. Jerry Brown signed the bill into law...
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