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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury 'champion' honouredRubbing elbows with former premier Bob Rae was all part of the fun for Jim Gord
Sudbury 'champion' honoured
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
Rubbing elbows with former premier Bob Rae was all part of the fun for Jim Gordon on Friday. Gordon served as the city's mayor twice -- from 1976-81, and from 1991 until 2003. He also served as a Progressive Conservative MPP between 1981 and 1987.... Read more
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News 8000
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics?Well before the Zika epidemic began in Brazil last year, Olympics organizers kn
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics?
News 8000 / Posted 2 days ago
Well before the Zika epidemic began in Brazil last year, Olympics organizers knew they would face a challenge in keeping the approximately 16,000 athletes and 600,000 visitors to Rio de Janiero healthy. Mass gatherings are always associated with... Read more
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FOX News
Surgeon performance unaffected by fatigue from overnight work, study findsGoing without sleep the night before does not affect the performance of doctors
Surgeon performance unaffected by fatigue from overnight work, study finds
FOX News / Posted 2 days ago
Going without sleep the night before does not affect the performance of doctors doing elective surgery the next morning, according to a new Ontario study that runs contrary to research demonstrating that sleep-deprived physicians pose a hazard to... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics?Well before the Zika epidemic began in Brazil last year, Olympics organizers kn
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics?
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 2 days ago
Well before the Zika epidemic began in Brazil last year, Olympics organizers knew they would face a challenge in keeping the approximately 16,000 athletes and 600,000 visitors to Rio de Janiero healthy. Mass gatherings are always associated with... Read more
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KSPR Springfield
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics?Well before the Zika epidemic began in Brazil last year, Olympics organizers kn
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics?
KSPR Springfield / Posted 2 days ago
Well before the Zika epidemic began in Brazil last year, Olympics organizers knew they would face a challenge in keeping the approximately 16,000 athletes and 600,000 visitors to Rio de Janiero healthy. Mass gatherings are always associated with... Read more
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ClickOnDetroit
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics?Well before the Zika epidemic began in Brazil last year, Olympics organizers kn
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics?
ClickOnDetroit / Posted 2 days ago
Well before the Zika epidemic began in Brazil last year, Olympics organizers knew they would face a challenge in keeping the approximately 16,000 athletes and 600,000 visitors to Rio de Janiero healthy. Mass gatherings are always associated with... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics?Well before the Zika epidemic began in Brazil last year, Olympics organizers kn
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics?
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 2 days ago
Well before the Zika epidemic began in Brazil last year, Olympics organizers knew they would face a challenge in keeping the approximately 16,000 athletes and 600,000 visitors to Rio de Janiero healthy. Mass gatherings are always associated with... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics?Well before the Zika epidemic began in Brazil last year, Olympics organizers kn
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics?
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 2 days ago
Well before the Zika epidemic began in Brazil last year, Olympics organizers knew they would face a challenge in keeping the approximately 16,000 athletes and 600,000 visitors to Rio de Janiero healthy. Mass gatherings are always associated with... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics? | Health - Home 16,000 athletes, 600,000 visitors headed to Rio de Janiero t
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics?
KTVZ Bend / Posted 2 days ago
| Health - Home 16,000 athletes, 600,000 visitors headed to Rio de Janiero this summer By Dr. Ford Vox Special to CNN Matthew Stockman/Getty Images Well... Read more
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KXLY-TV Spokane
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics?Well before the Zika epidemic began in Brazil last year, Olympics organizers kn
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics?
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted 2 days ago
Well before the Zika epidemic began in Brazil last year, Olympics organizers knew they would face a challenge in keeping the approximately 16,000 athletes and 600,000 visitors to Rio de Janiero healthy. Mass gatherings are always associated with... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics?Well before the Zika epidemic began in Brazil last year, Olympics organizers kn
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics?
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 2 days ago
Well before the Zika epidemic began in Brazil last year, Olympics organizers knew they would face a challenge in keeping the approximately 16,000 athletes and 600,000 visitors to Rio de Janiero healthy. Mass gatherings are always associated with... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics?Well before the Zika epidemic began in Brazil last year, Olympics organizers kn
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics?
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 2 days ago
Well before the Zika epidemic began in Brazil last year, Olympics organizers knew they would face a challenge in keeping the approximately 16,000 athletes and 600,000 visitors to Rio de Janiero healthy. Mass gatherings are always associated with... Read more
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KCCI 8 Des Moines
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics?Well before the Zika epidemic began in Brazil last year, Olympics organizers kn
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics?
KCCI 8 Des Moines / Posted 2 days ago
Well before the Zika epidemic began in Brazil last year, Olympics organizers knew they would face a challenge in keeping the approximately 16,000 athletes and 600,000 visitors to Rio de Janiero healthy. Mass gatherings are always associated with... Read more
143 related stories
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KESQ Palm Springs
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics?Well before the Zika epidemic began in Brazil last year, Olympics organizers kn
What threat does Zika pose to the Olympics?
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 2 days ago
Well before the Zika epidemic began in Brazil last year, Olympics organizers knew they would face a challenge in keeping the approximately 16,000 athletes and 600,000 visitors to Rio de Janiero healthy. Mass gatherings are always associated with... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Hospital which "failed" mum before she killed herself and baby is top in countryThe maternity unit where a tragic mum walked out before jumping off a bridge wi
Hospital which "failed" mum before she killed herself and baby is top in country
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
The maternity unit where a tragic mum walked out before jumping off a bridge with her newborn has been ranked joint top in the country. It scored "better than expected" in 53 percent of questions in the Care Quality Commission's 'Maternity Survey... Read more
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FOX News
Protect your kids from falling flat-screen TVs, researchers warnToppling televisions can severely injure or even kill small children, especiall
Protect your kids from falling flat-screen TVs, researchers warn
FOX News / Posted 11 days ago
Toppling televisions can severely injure or even kill small children, especially toddlers— and these accidents are likely to become more common because today's larger, thinner TVs are more easily toppled when not mounted properly, researchers... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New study finds steep decline in basic science publicationsA new study has found a steep decline in the number of scholarly papers about b
New study finds steep decline in basic science publications
News-Medical-Net / Posted 11 days ago
A new study has found a steep decline in the number of scholarly papers about basic science published in leading medical journals in the last 20 years. "This rapid decline in basic science publications is likely to affect physicians' understanding... Read more
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Science Daily
Basic science disappearing from medical journals: Decline could affect physicians' understanding of and interest in the basic mechanisms of disease and treatments"This rapid decline in basic science publications is likely to affect physician
Basic science disappearing from medical journals: Decline could affect physicians' understanding of and interest in the basic mechanisms of disease and treatments
Science Daily / Posted 13 days ago
"This rapid decline in basic science publications is likely to affect physicians' understanding of and interest in the basic mechanisms of disease and treatments," warned Dr. Warren Lee, lead author of the study published in the February issue of the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Refugee women have higher risk of giving birth too early than non-refugee immigrantsRefugee women who come to Canada have greater risk of giving birth prematurely
Refugee women have higher risk of giving birth too early than non-refugee immigrants
News-Medical-Net / Posted 16 days ago
Refugee women who come to Canada have greater risk of giving birth prematurely than non-refugee immigrants, a study by a St. Michael's Hospital researcher has found. Those risks are fueled by the fact that the preterm birth rate was 7.1 per cent... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Cancer mum would have done things differently had she known baby would dieHeidi Loughlin, 33, had delayed treatment to give her and her unborn baby the b
Cancer mum would have done things differently had she known baby would die
Daily Mirror / Posted 18 days ago
Heidi Loughlin, 33, had delayed treatment to give her and her unborn baby the best chance of survival but was left with no option but to give birth after 27 weeks. But she was heartbroken when little Ally Louise Smith died at eight days old and... Read more
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FOX News
Cardiac arrest survival gets less likely the higher up you liveIn a study of residential high-rise buildings, people who suffered cardiac arre
Cardiac arrest survival gets less likely the higher up you live
FOX News / Posted 26 days ago
In a study of residential high-rise buildings, people who suffered cardiac arrest had a better chance of survival if they lived on lower floors, and survival odds decreased as floor number increased. "We thought there might be something here because... Read more
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express
Why people who live above the 16th floor in high-rises can NEVER survive cardiac arrest PEOPLE are less likely to survive CARDIAC ARREST if they live on particular f
Why people who live above the 16th floor in high-rises can NEVER survive cardiac arrest
express / Posted 26 days ago
PEOPLE are less likely to survive CARDIAC ARREST if they live on particular floor in a block of flats, reveals a shocking study. People who live in high-rise... Read more
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New Kerala
People in high-rise buildings may not survive cardiac arrestNew York, Jan 19 : Survival rates from cardiac arrest decreases the higher up t
People in high-rise buildings may not survive cardiac arrest
New Kerala / Posted 26 days ago
New York, Jan 19 : Survival rates from cardiac arrest decreases the higher up the building a person lives, warns a new study. "Cardiac arrests that occur in high-rise buildings pose unique barriers for 911 -- the emergency telephone number for the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New study finds that living in high-rise buildings may affect survival after cardiac arrestThe number of people living in high-rise buildings in rising, but along with th
New study finds that living in high-rise buildings may affect survival after cardiac arrest
News-Medical-Net / Posted 26 days ago
The number of people living in high-rise buildings in rising, but along with the convenience and panoramic views of a downtown condo comes a risk: a new study found that survival rates from cardiac arrest decrease the higher up the building a person... Read more
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Science Daily
Zika virus has potential to spread rapidly through Americas: Olympic Games in Brazil in August heighten need for awareness of this emerging virusThe Zika virus, native to parts of Africa and Asia, has for the first time been
Zika virus has potential to spread rapidly through Americas: Olympic Games in Brazil in August heighten need for awareness of this emerging virus
Science Daily / Posted 26 days ago
The Zika virus, native to parts of Africa and Asia, has for the first time been introduced into the Americas where it is spreading locally among people who have not travelled abroad. There is no vaccine against the virus or antiviral treatment. "The... Read more
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Science Daily
Cardiac arrests in high-rise buildings: Low survival rates above 3rd floor"As the number of high-rise buildings continues to increase and as population d
Cardiac arrests in high-rise buildings: Low survival rates above 3rd floor
Science Daily / Posted 26 days ago
"As the number of high-rise buildings continues to increase and as population density rises in major urban centres, it is important to determine the effect of delays to patient care in high-rise buildings on survival after cardiac arrest," writes Ian... Read more
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Daily Mail
Higher your floor the 'less likely you are to survive cardiac arrest'Apartment hunting? Read this first! The higher your floor number the 'less like
Higher your floor the 'less likely you are to survive cardiac arrest'
Daily Mail / Posted 26 days ago
Apartment hunting? Read this first! The higher your floor number the 'less likely you are to survive a cardiac arrest' Survival rates for cardiac arrest fall the higher up a person lives - study Poses unique barriers to emergency responders trying... Read more
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The Telegraph
Heart alert for tall flatsNew Delhi, Jan. 18: Returning from the brink of death may be easier from the lo
Heart alert for tall flats
The Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
New Delhi, Jan. 18: Returning from the brink of death may be easier from the lower floors of high-rise buildings. A study in Canada has found that the higher people live, the lower their chances of survival after cardiac arrests. The researchers... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The penthouse problem: why living in a high-rise building could kill youThe academics are calling for defibrillators to be installed on the higher floo
The penthouse problem: why living in a high-rise building could kill you
Daily Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
The academics are calling for defibrillators to be installed on the higher floor of high-rises, and for paramedics to be given access to universal keys, which are carried by fire brigades, so they can quickly access lifts. "Cardiac arrests that... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Cardiac arrest survival gets less likely the higher up you live(Reuters Health) - In a study of residential high-rise buildings, people who su
Cardiac arrest survival gets less likely the higher up you live
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 27 days ago
(Reuters Health) - In a study of residential high-rise buildings, people who suffered cardiac arrest had a better chance of survival if they lived on lower floors, and survival odds decreased as floor number increased. “We thought there might be... Read more
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Medical News Today
Zika virus could spread rapidly in the AmericasZika - a mosquito-borne virus linked to the birth of babies with small heads an
Zika virus could spread rapidly in the Americas
Medical News Today / Posted 27 days ago
Zika - a mosquito-borne virus linked to the birth of babies with small heads and underdeveloped brains in Brazil - has the potential to spread rapidly within the Americas. This spread could reach parts of the US, says an international team of... Read more
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New Kerala
Zika virus linked to birth defects may spread across USToronto, Jan 15 : The Zika virus, spread by a day-biting mosquito and possibly
Zika virus linked to birth defects may spread across US
New Kerala / Posted 30 days ago
Toronto, Jan 15 : The Zika virus, spread by a day-biting mosquito and possibly linked to serious birth defects in Brazil, has the potential to spread within the Americas, including parts of the US, researchers have warned. The Zika virus, native to... Read more
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The Rhinelander Daily News
Morgan Kenneth HuglenMorgan joined the Civilian Conservation Corp shortly after graduating from high
Morgan Kenneth Huglen
The Rhinelander Daily News / Posted a month ago
Morgan joined the Civilian Conservation Corp shortly after graduating from high school. He was a World War II veteran who served in the Pacific. One of the most memorable experiences in his later years was traveling to Washington D.C. as a member of... Read more

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