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us  Fri, 29-Aug-2014 04:25 - BBC Health
1. Electrical stimulation 'aids memory'
Electromagnetic stimulation of a specific part of the brain may improve the ability to remember certain facts, researchers say.
Originally posted at BBC Health 

 
us  Fri, 29-Aug-2014 04:25 - BBC Health
2. Plain packs 'no effect on smokers'
A study of smokers in Australia suggests there is "no evidence" that the introduction of standardised cigarette packaging has changed the way people buy cigarettes.
Originally posted at BBC Health 

 
 
us  Fri, 29-Aug-2014 03:56 - Reuters Health News
3. White House orders U.S. labs to take inventory of infectious agents
CHICAGO (Reuters) - The White House has ordered federally funded labs working with infectious agents to conduct an immediate inventory of the pathogens in their labs and review their safety and security protocols, according to a memo released on Thursday.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Fri, 29-Aug-2014 03:56 - Reuters Health News
4. U.S. startups get OK for smartphone-based heart tracking
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - For a growing U.S. aging population, tracking heart health via a smartphone can mean the difference between life and death.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Fri, 29-Aug-2014 03:25 - BBC Health
5. New hospital food rules introduced
Hospitals in England will be expected to provide a higher standard of food under new rules being introduced by the government.
Originally posted at BBC Health 

 
us  Fri, 29-Aug-2014 01:55 - Reuters Health News
6. Trimming pounds may cut health costs for diabetics
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Overweight adults with diabetes who lost weight and kept it off lowered their average annual health care costs by more than $500, suggests a new study.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
 
us  Fri, 29-Aug-2014 01:25 - FoxNews Health
7. Dealing with migraine headaches in children
Today, I received a question from a mom whose 8-year-old child suffers from migraines. How do you deal with an “adult” illness that affects a young child? Read on for my advice.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Fri, 29-Aug-2014 00:26 - Reuters Health News
8. Hand sanitizer may spare travelers illness abroad: survey
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – In a French survey of travelers to countries where diarrheal illnesses are common, the people who used hand sanitizer while abroad were half as likely to have their trips spoiled by a bout with Montezuma’s revenge.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Fri, 29-Aug-2014 00:25 - FoxNews Health
9. Joan Rivers' hospitalization: Risk of complications from endoscopic procedures usually low
Comedian Joan Rivers was admitted to Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City Thursday in critical condition, after reportedly undergoing a minor endoscopic procedure at a medical clinic.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Thu, 28-Aug-2014 23:26 - Reuters Health News
10. With high blood pressure, light to moderate drinking may protect heart
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Drinking alcohol has been tied in the past to a higher risk of high blood pressure, but in a new analysis of past studies, researchers found that a drink or two a day seemed to protect even those with hypertension from heart disease and death.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Thu, 28-Aug-2014 23:26 - Reuters Health News
11. Gene studies of Ebola in Sierra Leone show virus is mutating fast
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Genetic studies of some of the earliest Ebola cases in Sierra Leone reveal more than 300 genetic changes in the virus as it leapt from person to person, changes that could blunt the effectiveness of diagnostic tests and experimental treatments now in development, researchers said on Thursday.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
 
us  Thu, 28-Aug-2014 22:56 - Reuters Health News
12. U.S. infant vaccination rates high, timeliness a concern: CDC
ATLANTA (Reuters) - U.S. infant vaccination rates for diseases such as measles, mumps and rubella increased or remained stable at high levels in 2013, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Thursday.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Thu, 28-Aug-2014 22:56 - FoxNews Health
13. Talking about breast cancer to the next generation
Sadly, breast cancer is affecting more and more young women. We need to get the word out about that, and the importance of self-breast exams. The dividend is worth it: health
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Thu, 28-Aug-2014 22:25 - BBC Health
14. Genetic clues to spread of Ebola
Scientists have tracked the spread of Ebola in West Africa, revealing genetic clues to the course of the outbreak.
Originally posted at BBC Health 

 
us  Thu, 28-Aug-2014 21:25 - FoxNews Health
15. US to begin human testing of Ebola vaccine next week
Federal researchers next week will start testing humans with an experimental vaccine to prevent the deadly Ebola virus
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Thu, 28-Aug-2014 21:25 - FoxNews Health
16. Calorie goals, support may help limit pregnancy weight gain, oversize newborns
Compared to obese expectant mothers without special care, those given individualized calorie goals and weekly group meetings gained less weight during pregnancy and had fewer oversized newborns in a new study.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Thu, 28-Aug-2014 20:56 - Reuters Health News
17. Calorie goals, support may help limit pregnancy weight gain
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Compared to obese expectant mothers without special care, those given individualized calorie goals and weekly group meetings gained less weight during pregnancy and had fewer oversized newborns in a new study.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Thu, 28-Aug-2014 20:56 - Reuters Health News
18. Amgen seeks U.S. approval of new cholesterol-fighting drug
(Reuters) - Amgen Inc said on Thursday it applied to U.S. health regulators to sell its cholesterol fighter, evolocumab, becoming the first company to seek approval of a medicine from a closely watched new class of potent heart drugs.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Thu, 28-Aug-2014 20:55 - FoxNews Health
19. Two-thirds of US teens with mental health problems get counseling
About 70 percent of U.S. teens who have serious emotional or behavioral difficulties receive mental health services that don't involve taking medications, such as counseling, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Thu, 28-Aug-2014 20:55 - FoxNews Health
20. Will sipping a parents' alcoholic drinks harm children?
A young child's sipping or tasting alcohol may not be an early signal that they will have drinking problems or behavior problems later.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Thu, 28-Aug-2014 20:55 - FoxNews Health
21. Study questions colonoscopy surveillance guidelines
For patients who have had precancerous polyps removed, colonoscopy surveillance guidelines may differ depending on the type, according to Counsel & Heal.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Thu, 28-Aug-2014 20:55 - BBC Health
22. Ebola region faces UK travel ban
All but essential travel to Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia should be avoided, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office warns British nationals.
Originally posted at BBC Health 

 
us  Thu, 28-Aug-2014 20:25 - FoxNews Health
23. Doctors implant 3D-printed vertebra in 12-year-old cancer patient's spine
A 12-year-old cancer patient in China underwent a first-of-its-kind operation to implant a 3D-printed vertebra into his spine, Reuters reported
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Thu, 28-Aug-2014 20:25 - FoxNews Health
24. Fatal heroin overdoses on the rise in New York City
The number of deaths from drug overdoses in New York City has steadily risen since 2010, in part because of an apparent resurgence in heroin use, according to data released on Thursday by the city's health department.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Thu, 28-Aug-2014 20:25 - FoxNews Health
25. Boy goes to hospital after drinking Dairy Queen milkshake laced with chemical cleaner
In the second such incident at a food establishment this month, a 7-year-old boy had to go to the hospital after drinking a vanilla milkshake with an unexpected ingredient: chemical cleaner.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Thu, 28-Aug-2014 20:25 - FoxNews Health
26. WHO official urges airlines to lift flight restrictions amid Ebola outbreak
The World Health Organization's assistant director-general for emergency operations is urging airlines to lift most of their restrictions about flying to Ebola-hit nations because a predictable "air link" is needed to help deal with the crisis. 
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Thu, 28-Aug-2014 19:55 - FoxNews Health
27. Boy goes to hospital after drinking milkshake laced with chemical cleaner
In the second such incident at a food establishment this month, a 7-year-old boy had to go to the hospital after drinking a vanilla milkshake with an unexpected ingredient: chemical cleaner.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Thu, 28-Aug-2014 19:55 - FoxNews Health
28. Brain-eating amoeba found in Louisiana parish's water system
Health officials confirmed a potentially deadly brain-eating amoeba has been found in the water supply of a suburban New Orleans parish.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Thu, 28-Aug-2014 19:25 - Reuters Health News
29. West Africa Ebola outbreak could infect 20,000 people, WHO says
GENEVA/LAGOS (Reuters) - The Ebola epidemic in West Africa could infect more than 20,000 people, the U.N. health agency said on Thursday, warning that an international effort costing almost half a billion dollars is needed to overcome the outbreak.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Thu, 28-Aug-2014 18:25 - Reuters Health News
30. Amgen submits U.S. application to sell cholesterol-fighting drug
(Reuters) - Amgen Inc said it submitted an application to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to market its cholesterol-lowering drug, evolocumab.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
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