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2015/03/31 07:09
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... rapid penetration into teenage culture of what is essentially a new drug use option is without precedent. “Of particular concern is our finding that teenage ex-smokers who accessed e-cigarettes...
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2015/03/30 20:08
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A major new study revealed that 20 per cent of teens has tried e-cigarettes – and almost one in six of those had not previously used conventional cigarettes. The research also established a strong...
2015/03/30 14:31
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Consuming three alcoholic beverages per day is enough to cause liver cancer, but regularly drinking coffee could offset the effects of the disease, a team of scientists affiliated with the World...
2015/03/30 07:44
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Parents are failing to spot obesity in their children, risking a major public health crisis, according to new research. In a study of 2,976 UK families, only four parents thought their child was very...
2015/03/26 16:41
2015/03/26 16:41
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What's Up With Parents Who Don't Vaccinate Their Children? A decade ago in Nigeria, rumors spread that polio vaccines were surreptitious sterilization efforts. That led to a boycott of the vaccine in...
2015/03/23 05:28
2015/03/23 05:28
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Millions of people living at higher altitudes in the tropics are at risk of contracting malaria as global warming and higher temperatures have caused the disease to spread. Researchers have found the...
2015/03/22 01:37
2015/03/22 01:37
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The microbiologist, who helped first identify Ebola in 1976, predicted that the virus would spring up again in West or Central Africa and urged continuing investment in developing vaccines and...
2015/03/21 02:56
2015/03/21 02:56
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PORT VILA, Vanuatu: Josianna Napuat barely flinched when registered nurse Elizabeth William injected her with a measles vaccine outside her home in Vanuatu's capital Port Vila. The seven-year-old's...
2015/03/20 15:42
2015/03/20 15:42
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FILE - In this Friday, Aug. 8, 2014 file photo, Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO) Dr. Margaret Chan, left, and Assistant Director-General of Health Security Keiji Fukuda, right,...
2015/03/20 07:29
2015/03/20 07:29
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London — New cases of Ebola are now tailing off in Liberia and Sierra Leone, and research scientists are racing against time to learn as much as possible about what is normally a rare disease. One of...
2015/03/19 17:35
2015/03/19 17:35
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One mother’s hug seemingly brought her child back to life in 2010. When Australian Kate Ogg gave birth to twins 27 weeks early, one of them, Jamie, died during his birth, "The Today Show" reported....
2015/03/17 22:51
2015/03/17 22:51
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Australian researchers have made a discovery that could help in the global battle to develop a vaccine for malaria, one of the world's leading killers. Researchers at the Melbourne-based Burnet...
2015/03/17 21:29
2015/03/17 21:29
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The British Charity, Save The Children has issued a report in which it says that about 28 nations in Africa and other underdeveloped countries risk being the next Ebola high zones if measures are not...
2015/03/17 13:21
2015/03/17 13:21
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Why DO some people attract so many mosquitoes? Genes, blood type and even beer drinking could all be to blame... Are you someone who gets bitten to shreds by mosquitoes, while your friends escape...
2015/03/13 16:33
2015/03/13 16:33
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The World Health Organization marked a grim milestone Thursday in the biggest-ever Ebola outbreak, estimating that the virus had killed over 10,000 people, mostly in the West African nations of...
2015/03/13 12:51
2015/03/13 12:51
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Labour’s Catherine West: ‘I know how to beat Liberal Democrats’ Catherine West in Crouch End. Picture: Nigel Sutton. Catherine West stepped away from a £60,000-a-year salary in 2013 to move out of...
2015/03/12 20:24
2015/03/12 20:24
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Fifteen other Ebola deaths also occurred in Mali, Nigeria and the United States. When Ebola was first detected in March 2014 in Guinea's forest, officials assumed the deadly virus could quickly be...
2015/03/12 02:26
2015/03/12 02:26
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Scientists to create bird flu strains to assess risk Related Stories H7N9 study Scientists are to create mutant forms of the H7N9 bird flu virus that has emerged in China so they can gauge the risk...
2015/03/11 14:13
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Both cities have five universities judged to have the best reputations, according to a poll of academics. While the two cities are in joint top place, London’s universities are rated higher. Imperial...
2015/03/10 21:56
2015/03/10 21:56
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... Health) - More young people in Britain are learning about sex at school than years ago, according to a series of surveys. The trend toward school-based education may be positive, said Dr....
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