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us  Sun, 21-Dec-2014 00:23 - Reuters Health News
1. Child tests negative for Ebola at Chicago hospital
(Reuters) - A child being monitored for Ebola in a Chicago hospital has been discharged after testing negative for the virus, the state health agency said on Saturday.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:26 - WHO
2. WHO congratulates Spain on ending Ebola transmission
Today the World Health Organization (WHO) officially declares the Ebola outbreak in Spain over and commends the country on its diligence to end transmission of the virus. On 6 October 2014, the Spanish National Reference Laboratory confirmed the first human-to-human transmission of Ebola virus disease outside Africa in a healthcare worker. The healthcare worker had been part of a team at La Paz-Carlos III Hospital providing medical care for a person with Ebola virus disease repatriated from Sierra Leone on 22 September.
Originally posted at WHO 

 
 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:26 - WHO
3. New WHO guide to prevent and control cervical cancer
New guidance from WHO aims to help countries better prevent and control cervical cancer. The disease is one of the world’s deadliest – but most easily preventable – forms of cancer for women, responsible for more than 270 000 deaths annually, 85% of which occur in developing countries. The new "Comprehensive cervical cancer control: a guide to essential practice" will be launched at the World Cancer Leaders’ Summit in Melbourne, Australia on 3 December 2014.
Originally posted at WHO 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:26 - WHO
4. Scale-up in effective malaria control dramatically reduces deaths
The number of people dying from malaria has fallen dramatically since 2000 and malaria cases are also steadily declining, according to the World malaria report 2014. Between 2000 and 2013, the malaria mortality rate decreased by 47% worldwide and by 54% in the WHO African Region - where about 90% of malaria deaths occur. New analysis across sub-Saharan Africa reveals that despite a 43% population increase, fewer people are infected or carry asymptomatic malaria infections every year: the number of people infected fell from 173 million in 2000 to 128 million in 2013.
Originally posted at WHO 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:26 - WHO
5. New study highlights need to scale up violence prevention efforts globally
The "Global status report on violence prevention 2014" reveals that 475 000 people were murdered in 2012, and homicide is the third leading cause of death globally for males aged 15–44 years, highlighting the urgent need for more decisive action to prevent violence. Despite indications that homicide rates decreased by 16% globally between 2000 and 2012, violence remains widespread. Non-fatal acts of violence take a particular toll on women and children. One in four children has been physically abused; one in five girls has been sexually abused; and one in three women has been a victim of physical and/or sexual intimate partner violence at some point in her lifetime.
Originally posted at WHO 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:26 - WHO
6. Health partners unite to build stronger systems for health in Ebola-affected countries
On 10-11 December 2014, Ministers of Health and Finance of Ebola-affected countries, international organizations and development partners assembled for a high-level meeting on how to strengthen systems of health in Ebola-affected countries and agreed on what needs to be done to rebuild and strengthen essential health services in these countries. “People in Ebola-affected countries are dying – not only from Ebola but also from other causes – because the majority of health facilities in these countries are either not functional or people are not using them for fear of contracting Ebola,” says Dr Marie-Paule Kieny, Assistant Director-General of Health Systems and Innovation, World Health Organization. “A health system has to be able to both absorb the shock of an emergency like Ebola, and continue to provide regular health services such as immunization and maternal and child care.”
Originally posted at WHO 

 
 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - Reuters Health News
7. Philippine health minister resigns over vaccine purchase
MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine President Benigno Aquino has accepted the resignation of his health minister over the purchase of pneumonia vaccines in 2012 which government investigators later questioned, a spokesman said on Friday.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - Reuters Health News
8. Europe recommends approval for first stem-cell therapy
LONDON (Reuters) - European regulators have recommended approval of the first medicine containing stem cells to treat a rare condition caused by burns to the eye.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - Reuters Health News
9. Novo Nordisk gets positive opinion on Tresiba for children in Europe
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Drug maker Novo Nordisk said the European Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) has issued a positive opinion on the use of its diabetes drug Tresiba for the treatment of children and adolescents.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - Reuters Health News
10. Orexigen diet pill recommended for approval in Europe
LONDON (Reuters) - A new diet pill from Orexigen Therapeutics Inc has been recommended for approval in Europe, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) said on Friday.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - Reuters Health News
11. 'Surveillance' may be safest for low-risk prostate cancer
(Reuters Health) - Among men whose low-risk prostate cancer was managed with so-called active surveillance for up to 15 years, just 1.5 percent died of the cancer, according to new data from a Canadian study.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - Reuters Health News
12. UN chief, visiting Ebola region, urges respect for health rules
MONROVIA (Reuters) - U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, starting a visit to Ebola-hit states in West Africa on Friday, urged their people to set aside traditional practices like washing the dead by hand so as to help end an epidemic that has killed nearly 7,000 people.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - Reuters Health News
13. In overweight kids, some exercises can strain feet
(Reuters Health) - In overweight children, exercise can put pressure on their developing feet, say Australian researchers.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - Reuters Health News
14. AstraZeneca's ovarian cancer drug gets U.S. approval
(Reuters) - AstraZeneca Plc's ovarian cancer drug has been granted an accelerated approval by the U.S. health regulator, a day after the treatment was approved by the European Commission.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - Reuters Health News
15. It's time to fight traditions that harm women's health: WHO
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Some of the major health problems faced by women in developing countries are caused by "terrible" traditions that must be stopped, said the head of public health at the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - Reuters Health News
16. Alcohol blackouts common in UK teens
(Reuters) - About a third of 15-year-olds in the UK have blacked out due to alcohol, a new survey indicates - and the rate rises to nearly three-quarters by the time they reach 19, researchers found.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - Reuters Health News
17. Cigarette smoking costs weigh heavily on the healthcare system
(Reuters) - Of every $10 spent on healthcare in the U.S., almost 90 cents is due to smoking, a new analysis says.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - Reuters Health News
18. USDA report says pesticide residues in food nothing to fear
(Reuters) - More than half of food tested by the U.S. government for pesticide residues last year showed detectable levels of pesticides, though most were within levels the government considers to be safe, according to a report issued Friday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - Reuters Health News
19. FDA approves Cubists' drug for antibiotic-resistant bacteria
(Reuters) - Cubist Pharmaceutical Inc's drug to treat complicated urinary tract and intra-abdominal infections won U.S. approval on Friday, highlighting the regulator's interest in tackling the growing threat of the so-called superbugs.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - Reuters Health News
20. U.S. FDA approves AbbVie all-oral hepatitis C treatment
(Reuters) - U.S. health regulators on Friday approved AbbVie's all-oral treatment for hepatitis C, providing the first competition for Gilead Sciences huge selling and expensive medicine for the liver-destroying virus.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - Reuters Health News
21. Child being observed at Chicago hospital to rule out Ebola
CHICAGO (Reuters) - A child who arrived in Chicago with a fever was under observation on Friday at a city hospital to rule out the Ebola virus, hospital officials said.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - Reuters Health News
22. U.S. FDA approves AbbVie hepatitis C drug, costs $83,319 for 12 weeks
(Reuters) - U.S. health regulators on Friday approved AbbVie's all-oral treatment for hepatitis C, and the company said the drug would cost $83,319 for a typical 12-week plan, a bit below its huge selling competitor Solvadi from Gilead Sciences.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - Reuters Health News
23. U.N. chief praises Ebola nurses, pledges support during visit
HASTINGS, Sierra Leone (Reuters) - U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Friday praised healthcare workers fighting the Ebola virus as he paid his first visit to Liberia and Sierra Leone following an outbreak that has killed nearly 7,000 people.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - Reuters Health News
24. American nurse exposed to Ebola released from hospital
(Reuters) - An American nurse who was exposed to Ebola while volunteering in Sierra Leone was released from the National Institutes of Health's Clinical Center in Maryland on Friday without showing signs of the disease, NIH said.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - Reuters Health News
25. Ebola death toll in three African countries hits 7,373: WHO
GENEVA (Reuters) - The death toll from Ebola in the three worst-affected countries in West Africa has risen to 7,373 among 19,031 cases known to date there, the World Health Organization said on Saturday.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - Reuters Health News
26. U.N.'s Ban urges end to discrimination against Ebola workers
CONAKRY (Reuters) - U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Saturday urged countries affected by the Ebola virus to avoid discriminating against healthcare workers fighting to end the disease.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - FoxNews Health
27. Tulsa woman indicted for defrauding cancer patients with ‘alternative’ treatments
A Tulsa woman operating cancer treatment centers has been indicted on charges of defrauding 11 patients in Kansas, Tulsa World reported.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - FoxNews Health
28. Builder loses all four limbs to life-threatening flesh-eating bug
A builder from England who initially thought he had the flu was hospitalized and given a zero percent chance of survival by doctors after he contracted a mysterious flesh-eating bug.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - FoxNews Health
29. Rare disease causes California baby’s skin to blister, tear by touch
Not being able to hold one’s newborn is a tragic thought for any parent to imagine, but that’s the reality for one California couple whose child has a rare, painful skin disease, KCRA reported.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Sat, 20-Dec-2014 21:25 - FoxNews Health
30. Salt Lake City woman diagnosed with rare disease that caused enlarged heart during pregnancy
When 26-year-old Elisha Bowers noticed she had gained 10 pounds during her last week of pregnancy, the Salt Lake City medical assistant knew something was wrong.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
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