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Death toll from Congo Ebola outbreak rises to 31

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Death Toll Rises To-31

The death toll from an outbreak of the Ebola virus in the Djera region of northern Democratic Republic of Congo has risen to 31, Minister of Health Felix Kabange Numbi told Reuters on Tuesday. The outbreak in Congo's Equateur province is thought to be ...

CDC director raises Ebola alarm

CDC Raises AlarmCNN

CDC Raises Alarm

(CNN)-- The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is much worse than official figures show, and other countries are unintentionally making it harder to control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Tom Frieden told CNN on Tuesday. "We've seen ...

Kraft recalls select varieties of cheese singles because of ingredient storage issue

Recall Kraft American-SinglesOrlando Sentinel

Recall Kraft American-Singles

... select varieties of regular Kraft American Singles Pasteurized Prepared Cheese product because a supplier did not store an ingredient used in this product in accordance with Kraft temperature standards. The recall involves 7,691 cases of four ...

UK government intervenes in Ashya King case as CPS reassesses extradition

CPS Reassesses-Extraditiontheguardian.com

CPS Reassesses-Extradition

Prosecution authorities are reviewing their move to extradite the parents of Ashya King, the five-year-old cancer patient in hospital in Spain after he was taken from hospital in Southampton. Meanwhile, the government has contacted police and health ...

Access to politicians has rarely been more controlling. Try finding a politician to ask.

Politicians Ask For-Release

Politicians are doing a lot more to control access and shield themselves from pesky reporters. From Ottawa to Washington and beyond, questions are being raised about the lack of opportunity to ask questions ... It's set for release early next year.

WWE Rumors: Latest Update On Jake 'The Snake' Roberts After Being Hospitalized [VIDEO]

Hospitalized In Las-VegasSports World News

Hospitalized In Las-Vegas

WWE Hall of Famer Jake "The Snake" Roberts was hospitalized last week after his flight landed in Las Vegas for an appearance at an event being thrown by Sinn Bodhi, and Bodhi recently took to his Facebook page to update Roberts' status. Bodhi shared some ...

WWE: Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts Didn’t Collapse Or Have Drugs, But Brain Cancer Still A Concern

Brain Cancer Still A-ConcernThe Inquisitr

Brain Cancer Still A-Concern

When WWE news reports discussed seeing Jake “the Snake” Roberts hospitalized almost all of them talked about him collapsing. But it turns out some of the details that came out along the way were wrong although everyone is still concerned about the ...

WWE news: Jake Roberts has surgery, recovering from health scare

Recovering From-Health ScareExaminer

Recovering From-Health Scare

Jake “The Snake” Roberts passed out on an airplane last week and rumors indicated he slipped into a coma. He has since woke up, but has been placed on ventilators to help him and he has been kept under to keep his pain levels down. According to his ...

China’s Peng Shuai Circles U.S. Open " and Li Na’s Mantle

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When leading Chinese tennis star Li Na said in July that she was withdrawing from the U.S. Open due to a knee injury, the weight of China’s hopes fell on the shoulders of her compatriot Peng Shuai, who until then had never won beyond the third round of a ...

Do Diets Really Work? The Trick Is Sticking To It, New Study Reveals

Do Diets Really Work? The Trick Is Sticking To It  New Study RevealsScience World Report

Do Diets Really Work? The Trick Is Sticking To It New Study Reveals

Just if and how much weight an individual will or could lose is influenced by a number of factors. For instance, genetics and environmental components will play a role somewhere in the mix. A crash diet might also not be of much help for long-term weight ...

CVS Stops Tobacco Sales Today, Changes Name To Reflect New Era

CVS Stops Tobacco Sales Today  Changes Name To Reflect New EraForbes

CVS Stops Tobacco Sales Today Changes Name To Reflect New Era

CVS, the giant drugstore chain that shocked the U.S. public health community and Wall Street with its decision earlier this year to remove tobacco products from its shelves by October, said cigarettes are officially no longer on store shelves a month ahead ...

Expanding profits: Medicaid 'expansion' boom for hospitals

Expanding Profits: Medicaid 'expansion' Boom For HospitalsCNBC

Expanding Profits: Medicaid 'expansion' Boom For Hospitals

Medicaid expansion is expanding profits for a bunch of hospitals. A new analysis of major for-profit health systems found that hospitals in states that expanded Medicaid eligibility under Obamacare are seeing far fewer uninsured patients, a large rise in ...

Problems abound with health law immigration papers

Problems Abound With Health Law Immigration PapersYahoo Finance

Problems Abound With Health Law Immigration Papers

MIAMI (AP) -- More than 300,000 immigrants who bought insurance through President Barack Obama's health care initiative could lose their coverage this month if they don't submit proof this week they are legally in the country, but language barriers and ...

The Prominence of Childhood Abuse and With It, Increased Risk of Obesity

The Prominence Of Childhood Abuse And With It  Increased Risk Of ObesityScience World Report

The Prominence Of Childhood Abuse And With It Increased Risk Of Obesity

For their findings, the researchers conducted a meta-analysis on 23 studies involving 112,000 people. They found that participants who had experienced childhood trauma were at a 34 percent increased risk of being obese compared to those who did not ...

Poor sleep linked to suicide

Poor Sleep Linked To SuicideSan Francisco Gate

Poor Sleep Linked To Suicide

Stanford researchers say poor sleep may be an independent risk factor for suicide in adults over 65. Researchers used data from a previous epidemiological study to compare the sleep quality of 20 older adults who committed suicide and 400 who didn't, over ...

Man returns to school at 60 to study cancer that killed his wife

Man Returns To School At 60 To Study Cancer That Killed His WifeCBS News

Man Returns To School At 60 To Study Cancer That Killed His Wife

A 60-year-old man from Alberta, Canada, has returned to college to study the cancer that killed his wife. Powel Crosley lost his wife, Sladjana, in 2009, when she was just 58, to a rare form of ovarian cancer known as granulosa cell tumor. This type of ...

Changes Made at Fire Academy After Drug-Resistant Staph Infections

Changes Made At Fire Academy After Drug-Resistant Staph InfectionsNew York Times

Changes Made At Fire Academy After Drug-Resistant Staph Infections

The New York City fire commissioner has ordered a change in training exercises at the fire academy on Randalls Island after a number of probationary firefighters contracted the drug-resistant bacterial infection MRSA. The training academy reopened on ...

Gladiator Rock 'N' Run mixes challenges with fun for fitness buffs

Gladiator Rock 'N' Run Mixes Challenges With Fun For Fitness BuffsThe Detroit News

Gladiator Rock 'N' Run Mixes Challenges With Fun For Fitness Buffs

Crawling on your belly through mud, squirming through a dark underground trench, jumping into a pool of icy water, climbing a 14-foot rope and running nearly four miles is how Dan “Nitro” Clark wants you to spend your Saturday. Best known from the ...

West Tennessee Heart & Vascular Center earns top award

West Tennessee Heart  Vascular Center Earns Top AwardThe Jackson Sun

West Tennessee Heart Vascular Center Earns Top Award

The West Tennessee Heart & Vascular Center at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital has achieved the highest award offered by the American College of Cardiology for high-risk heart attack patient treatment. The ACTION Registry-GWTG Platinum Performance ...

Judi Anderson

Judi AndersonGwinnett Daily Post

Judi Anderson

MONROE Judi Anderson Judi Brown Anderson transitioned to be in Heaven with The Lord on Friday, August 15th, 2014, from complications associated with cancer. She was born Judith Amelia Sampson on June 2nd, 1939, in Harriman, Tennessee, where she spent her ...

'Cloud-Like' Cluster In Cells Could Lead To Exciting New Disease Treatments

'Cloud-Like' Cluster In Cells Could Lead To Exciting New Disease TreatmentsHNGN

'Cloud-Like' Cluster In Cells Could Lead To Exciting New Disease Treatments

Tiny "blob-like" proteins that move around and disappear within cells; researchers are still not sure of the purpose of these structures, but the "cloud-like" collection could be offer new developments in disease treatment. The researchers highlighted the ...

Community notes: September 2

Community Notes: September 2Sheboygan Press

Community Notes: September 2

Coulis Cardiology's fifth annual Hearts in Motion Walk/Run will be held on Saturday, Sept. 13. The 5K run or 2-mile walk will begin at the Sheboygan County YMCA, 812 Broughton Drive, Sheboygan. Same-day registration and check-in is at 7:30 a.m.; and run ...

New Inpatient Building: Trading UVM Beds for Hospital Beds

New Inpatient Building: Trading UVM Beds For Hospital Bedsmychamplainvalley.com

New Inpatient Building: Trading UVM Beds For Hospital Beds

Reps. for Fletcher Allen went over the final plans to build a new 4 story In-patient building during the public hearing Tuesday night. BURLINGTON, Vt. - Will they get the go ahead from the city of Burlington to add a new inpatient building? That's what ...

Teen Diagnosed With Cancer Looks for Cure as Researcher

Teen Diagnosed With Cancer Looks For Cure As ResearcherABC News

Teen Diagnosed With Cancer Looks For Cure As Researcher

After being diagnosed with Stage IV cancer at age 14, Lauren Bedesky has been fighting the disease as a patient for most of her teen years. It wasn’t until this summer that Bedesky got to fight cancer on an entirely new front -- by working in a cancer ...

Your brain can be trained to prefer healthy foods

Your Brain Can Be Trained To Prefer Healthy FoodsExaminer

Your Brain Can Be Trained To Prefer Healthy Foods

There has been growing concerns over the deleterious effects of unhealthy foods. New research shows that your brain can be trained to prefer healthy foods reported Science Daily on Sept. 1, 2014. A study by researchers at Tufts University and at ...

Benton County Judge Returns To Work After Heart Procedure

Benton County Judge Returns To Work After Heart Procedure5 News

Benton County Judge Returns To Work After Heart Procedure

BENTON COUNTY (KFSM) " Benton County Judge Bob Clinard returned to work Tuesday, eight days after undergoing a heart procedure. Clinard underwent a successful procedure Aug. 25, three days after he was cited at Frisco Fest in Rogers on suspicion of ...

Obamacare Is Big Business for Hospitals

Obamacare Is Big Business For HospitalsNational Journal

Obamacare Is Big Business For Hospitals

Obamacare's Medicaid expansion is boosting hospitals' earnings even more than they expected. In the 27 states that have accepted the Medicaid expansion, hospitals' profits are climbing while more patients are getting access to care. Some large hospital ...

Protein clouds could hold exciting keys to fighting disease

Protein Clouds Could Hold Exciting Keys To Fighting DiseaseScience Recorder

Protein Clouds Could Hold Exciting Keys To Fighting Disease

It has been half a century since scientists first discovered cloud-like clusters of proteins that form inside cells, mysteriously move around and then vanish, according to a release from the Georgetown Medical Center. Though they could be vital to the life ...

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