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us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 18:38 - Reuters Health News
1. Supreme Court sends patent cases back to appeals court
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Supreme Court on Monday sent three patent cases, including one dispute over Shire Plc’sLialda drug, back to a lower court for further proceedings in light of a ruling the justices issued last week.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 18:38 - FoxNews Health
2. Needle-free tattoos can check diabetics' sugar levels
A temporary electronic "tattoo" may one day offer diabetics a bloodless way to check blood sugar levels, researchers say.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 17:38 - Reuters Health News
3. Senegal reopens land border with Ebola-hit Guinea
DAKAR (Reuters) - Senegal reopened on Monday its land border with Guinea, the Interior Ministry said, five months after closing transport links in August to prevent the spread of the worst outbreak on record of the deadly Ebola virus.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 17:38 - Reuters Health News
4. FDA approves Rockwell Medical's iron replacement drug
(Reuters) - The Food and Drug Administration approved Rockwell Medical Inc's drug for treating iron loss in chronic kidney disease patients on dialysis, sending the company's shares up about 15 percent in premarket trading.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 17:37 - FoxNews Health
5. 1-year-old battling rare bone disorder dies despite life-saving operation
An Argentinean 1-year-old whose parents brought her to the United States for what they hoped would be a life-saving operation to treat a rare bone disease, has died, CEN reported.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 16:37 - FoxNews Health
6. California baseball coach contracts measles as cases continue to climb
A Santa Monica baseball coach was diagnosed with the measles, the district said Friday, with the number of confirmed cases continuing to climb as the virus spreads to other states.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 16:37 - FoxNews Health
7. Breast cancer patients may lack knowledge of their tumors, study says
Women with breast cancer often don’t know what kind of tumors they have, a new study found.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 16:37 - FoxNews Health
8. Medical marijuana only ok for sick children failed by other drugs, doctors say
With virtually no hard proof that medical marijuana benefits sick children, and evidence that it may harm developing brains, the drug should only be used for severely ill kids who have no other treatment option, the nation's most influential pediatricians group says in a new policy.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 16:37 - FoxNews Health
9. 5-year-old Las Vegas girl dies from flu despite receiving vaccination
A five-year-old Las Vegas girl died Tuesday after coming down with a strain of the flu that she had been vaccinated against earlier this year, FOX5 Vegas reported.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 15:38 - BBC Health
10. VIDEO: What is it like to be disabled at a gig?
How accessible are the UK's music venues to wheelchair users and other people with disabilities?
Originally posted at BBC Health 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 14:39 - WHO
11. Ebola will not be gone in any country until it is gone from every country
Mr Chairman, Your Excellencies, Thank you very much indeed, and I’d like to thank Members of the Executive Board as well for the opportunity to be here and speaking with you today. I’d like to address my remarks to the people and members of government and partners who are from the countries touched by the Ebola outbreak. I’d like to acknowledge the presence of fellow keynote speaker here Rebecca Johnson, whom I met in Hastings, Sierra Leone, in December.
Originally posted at WHO 

 
 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 14:39 - WHO
12. Ebola is not the end of the world, and it can be beaten
President, Vice President, Director-General of the World Health Organization, honorable ministers, distinguished delegates, colleagues, friends, ladies and gentlemen, I greet you all. My story is entitled “Ebola is not the end of the world.”
Originally posted at WHO 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 14:38 - Reuters Health News
13. Deadly Japanese encephalitis surges in northeast India
GUWAHATI, India (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Cases of deadly mosquito-borne Japanese encephalitis have risen nearly five-fold in five years in India's northeast Assam state as a result of warming weather and changing rainfall, health experts say.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 14:37 - BBC Health
14. VIDEO: Stigma of caring for Ebola patients
People who help those with Ebola in West Africa have to overcome not just the danger of that role, but also stigma and social isolation.
Originally posted at BBC Health 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 14:37 - BBC Health
15. VIDEO: How accessible are UK's music venues?
How accessible are the UK's music venues to wheelchair users and other people with disabilities?
Originally posted at BBC Health 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 11:37 - BBC Health
16. VIDEO: TV ad warns of heartburn-cancer sign
Persistent heartburn could be a sign of cancer, doctors warn, as a new campaign is launched to make people more aware of the signs.
Originally posted at BBC Health 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 10:37 - Reuters Health News
17. Regeneron/Sanofi cholesterol drug gets FDA priority review
(Reuters) - Regeneron Pharmaceuticals on Monday said U.S. health regulators accepted its application to review a potent cholesterol drug on a priority basis, potentially giving it the upper hand in a fierce race with Amgen to bring a new medicine from the promising class to market.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 10:37 - BBC Health
18. VIDEO: War hero's pioneering brain treatment
BBC Inside Out follows injured soldier and Afghanistan war hero Ben Parkinson as he embarks on pioneering oxygen treatment for his brain injury.
Originally posted at BBC Health 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 10:37 - BBC Health
19. VIDEO: TV ad warns of heartburn-cancer link
Persistent heartburn could be a sign of cancer, doctors warn, as a new campaign is launched to make people more aware of the signs.
Originally posted at BBC Health 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 10:37 - BBC Health
20. VIDEO: 'I lost a week': UK Ebola nurse
The first Briton to be diagnosed with Ebola in the UK has been given the all clear and discharged from hospital.
Originally posted at BBC Health 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 09:38 - Reuters Health News
21. Breast cancer patients lack knowledge of their tumors
(Reuters Health) - Women with breast cancer often don’t know what kind of tumors they have, a new study found.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 09:38 - Reuters Health News
22. Preemies less lucky in love as young adults, study suggests
(Reuters Health) - Twenty-somethings who were born prematurely are less likely to move in with a lover or have sex than their peers born at full term, Finnish researchers find.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 09:38 - Reuters Health News
23. U.S. pediatricians reaffirm opposition to legalized pot
(Reuters Health) - Despite moves by some states to allow recreational and medical use of marijuana, a large group of U.S. pediatricians says in a new statement that the substance should remain – for the most part – illegal.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 09:38 - Reuters Health News
24. Safety concerns cloud early promise of powerful new cancer drugs
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A new wave of experimental cancer drugs that directly recruit the immune system's powerful T cells are proving to be immensely effective weapons against tumors, potentially transforming the $100 billion global market for drugs that fight the disease.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 09:37 - BBC Health
25. VIDEO: UK nurse on surviving Ebola
The first Briton to be diagnosed with Ebola in the UK has been given the all clear and discharged from hospital.
Originally posted at BBC Health 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 03:37 - BBC Health
26. Umami taste buds 'key to health'
A person's ability to taste umami in food is closely linked to their overall health, particularly in older people, Japanese researchers suggest.
Originally posted at BBC Health 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 03:37 - BBC Health
27. Heartburn 'could be sign of cancer'
A health campaign is urging people not to ignore heartburn, because it could be a sign of stomach or oesophageal cancer.
Originally posted at BBC Health 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 03:37 - BBC Health
28. Cosmetic surgery 'popularity falls'
The popularity of cosmetic surgery in the UK has plummeted in 2014, figures from the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons show.
Originally posted at BBC Health 

 
us  Mon, 26-Jan-2015 02:37 - BBC Health
29. VIDEO: Mentally ill girl put in police cell
The mother of a teenage girl who was held in a police cell for 48 hours because there was no hospital bed available has called for more to be done to help young people with mental health problems.
Originally posted at BBC Health 

 
us  Sun, 25-Jan-2015 22:37 - Reuters Health News
30. After Ebola, WHO to set up contingency fund, develop 'surge capacity'
GENEVA (Reuters) - The Executive Board of the World Health Organisation (WHO) agreed on Sunday to create a contingency fund and an emergency workforce to respond quickly to crises after strong criticism of the agency's delay in confronting the Ebola epidemic.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
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