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us  Sat, 19-Apr-2014 17:16 - FoxNews Health
1. 13-1/2 pound boy born at southeastern Pennsylvania hospital
A woman has given birth to a more than 13-pound baby at a southeastern Pennsylvania hospital.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Sat, 19-Apr-2014 14:16 - FoxNews Health
2. 5 budget-friendly ways to get healthy
In the quest to stay healthy and happy, nothing is free: $350 to fill a cavity, $120 for a monthly gym membership, $30 for a yoga class. But you don't need to go broke just to be at your best. The key to paying less? Asking for it.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
 
us  Sat, 19-Apr-2014 02:16 - Reuters Health News
3. Yoga may help women ease PTSD symptoms
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Women enrolled in a small study reported a reduction in symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after a series of yoga classes.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Sat, 19-Apr-2014 00:46 - Reuters Health News
4. Supreme Court denies Teva stay in Copaxone patent fight
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts on Friday denied a request by Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd that would have prevented a lower court ruling from going into effect while the court considers an appeal in a patent fight over Teva's top-selling multiple sclerosis drug Copaxone.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Sat, 19-Apr-2014 00:16 - Reuters Health News
5. AbbVie urges U.S. court to avoid gay rights issue in HIV drug case
(Reuters) - An Abbott Laboratories spinoff urged a federal appeals court to revisit a ruling in a case against GlaxoSmithKline Plc, but without disturbing landmark constitutional protections for gays and lesbians.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 23:46 - Reuters Health News
6. Lack of insurance tied to more emergency surgery: study
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The type of insurance people have is tied to their risk of needing emergency aorta surgery, according to a new study. Insurance, or lack thereof, is also linked to how well those people fare after surgery.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 21:46 - FoxNews Health
7. Real-life werewolves: Psychiatry re-examines rare delusion
They grunt, claw, and feel their body is covered with hair and their nails are elongated some people strongly believe they are in the process of metamorphosis into a wolf.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 20:46 - FoxNews Health
8. Study: Men get grumpy at age 70
If you're a male who's approaching 50, good news: A recent study found that 80% of the 1,315 men surveyed found that life improved around 50, as opposed to the 20% who said life didn't get easier until retirement age.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 20:16 - FoxNews Health
9. Rapper Andre Johnson's failed penis reattachment: What went wrong?
Rapper Andre “Christ Bearer” Johnson reportedly amputated his own penis before jumping off a building in an apparent suicide attempt on Wednesday.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 20:15 - BBC Health
10. NHS data-sharing scheme 'mishandled'
The chair of the panel set up to advise ministers on the governance of NHS data tells the BBC the Care.data programme was "mishandled".
Originally posted at BBC Health 

 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 19:46 - Reuters Health News
11. Flavored cigars appeal to youth: study
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Young people are smoking fewer cigarettes these days, but their cigar use is rising, which may partly be due to the popularity of flavored cigars, according to a new study.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 19:17 - Reuters Health News
12. Casual pot use causes brain abnormalities in the young: study
(This story from April 15 corrects name of researcher to Breiter, instead of Beiter, throughout story)
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 19:17 - Reuters Health News
13. USDA will require reporting of killer piglet virus PEDv
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In an expected move, the U.S. Department of Agriculture on Friday announced new measures to combat the spread of disease in the U.S. pig population.
Originally posted at Reuters Health News 

 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 19:16 - FoxNews Health
14. College soccer player deathly allergic to her own sweat
Caitlin McComish suffers from a very severe form of a common condition called cholinergic urticarial. Whenever her skin is exposed to sweat, her body has an intense inflammatory reaction, causing her to develop hives and her throat to swell.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 18:46 - FoxNews Health
15. Racing death: How can runners be saved from cardiac arrest?
Cardiac arrests during long-distance races are very rare. But when they do occur, they are almost always deadly. So what can be done to prevent these tragedies? Should race organizers be stricter with their registration requirements?
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 16:44 - FoxNews Health
16. Effects of childhood bullying still evident 40 years later, study says
The negative social, physical and mental health effects of childhood bullying are still evident nearly 40 years later, according to research by British psychiatrists.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 16:14 - FoxNews Health
17. How Wikipedia can track influenza
By monitoring the number of times people look for flu information on Wikipedia, researchers may be better able to estimate the severity of a flu season, according to a new study
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 16:14 - FoxNews Health
18. New ragweed allergy pill clears FDA
A new oral medication to treat ragweed allergies has been approved by the Food and Drug administration, the agency announced today (April 17)
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 15:52 - FoxNews Health
19. CDC reports drop in salmonella cases, but food poisoning rates remain high
The government's latest report card on food poisoning shows a dip in salmonella cases but an increase in illnesses from bacteria in raw shellfish.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 15:52 - FoxNews Health
20. Mediterranean diet more effective than low-fat diet for slowing diabetes progression
For people recently diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, eating lots of olive oil, fish and whole grains slows progression of the disease more than restricting fat, according to a new analysis.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 15:52 - FoxNews Health
21. Free drug samples come at a cost to patients, study says
Dermatologists tend to prescribe more expensive medications when they also give their patients drug samples, according to a new U.S. study.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 15:52 - FoxNews Health
22. Educating older patients helps taper off sleeping pill use
Older people are willing and able to get themselves off medications like sleeping pills once they're informed of the potential harms, according to a new Canadian study.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 15:52 - FoxNews Health
23. Your favorite Easter candy: What will it take to work it off?
Cadbury Creme Eggs, Peeps, Robin's Eggs: We love you. But you pack quite the caloric punch. Figure out what it'll take to burn off those Easter season indulgences before you hit the candy aisle.
Originally posted at FoxNews Health 

 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 14:51 - BBC Health
24. Foreign doctors 'need tougher tests'
Tests taken by foreign doctors who want to work in the NHS should be made harder to pass to bring them in line with UK standards, a study says.
Originally posted at BBC Health 

 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 13:52 - BBC Health
25. AUDIO: NHS Trust 'blackened' doctor's name
A senior cardiologist, who exposed concerns about patient safety at Walsgrave Hospital in Coventry, has won an unfair dismissal case.
Originally posted at BBC Health 

 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 13:21 - BBC Health
26. Foreign doctors 'need tougher test'
Tests taken by foreign doctors who want to work in the NHS should be made harder to pass to bring them in line with UK standards, a study says.
Originally posted at BBC Health 

 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 12:22 - WHO
27. Measles deaths reach record lows with fragile gains toward global elimination
6 February 2014 -- New mortality estimates from WHO show that annual measles deaths have reached historic lows, dropping 78% from more than 562 000 in 2000 to 122 000 in 2012. During this time period, an estimated 13.8 million deaths have been prevented by measles vaccination and surveillance data showed that reported cases declined 77% from 853 480 to 226 722.
Originally posted at WHO 

 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 12:22 - WHO
28. 140 000 people to get cholera vaccine in South Sudan
22 February 2014 -- WHO is working with the South Sudan Government and partners to provide vaccines to protect nearly 140 000 people living in temporary camps in South Sudan against cholera.
Originally posted at WHO 

 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 12:22 - WHO
29. Many countries lack capacity to prevent and treat hearing loss
28 February 2014 -- Many of the countries who responded to a new WHO survey lack the capacity to prevent and care for hearing loss, according to a report published on International Ear Care Day, 3 March.
Originally posted at WHO 

 
us  Fri, 18-Apr-2014 12:22 - WHO
30. WHO opens public consultation on draft sugars guideline
5 March 2014 -- WHO is launching a public consultation on its draft guideline on sugars intake. When finalized, the guideline will provide countries with recommendations on limiting the consumption of sugars to reduce public health problems like obesity and dental caries (commonly referred to as tooth decay).
Originally posted at WHO 

 
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