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Sunday, November 19, 2017

Hunter mutilated in bear attack has face rebuilt in pioneering surgery

  1. Hunter mutilated in bear attack has face rebuilt in pioneering surgery  Telegraph.co.uk
  2. Man mauled by a bear in The Revenant-style nightmare has face rebuilt  Metro
  3. A man, harassed by a bear in a revenant-style nightmare, turned over his face  Week FactsFull coverage

No, there has not been a successful human head transplant

  1. No, there has not been a successful human head transplant  Popular Science
  2. Italian doctor says world's first human head transplant 'imminent'  WXIA-TV
  3. World's first human head transplant a success, controversial scientist claims  Telegraph.co.uk
  4. Italian doctor says world's first human head transplant 'imminent'  USA TODAYFull coverage

Demand better quality of life

  1. Demand better quality of life  The Decatur Daily
  2. Learn the economics of universal health care  NRToday.com
  3. Care Management Solutions Market – global industry analysis, competitive insight and key drivers; research report ...  Latest Market Reports By Abhishek Budholiya (press release) (blog)
  4. A health-care plan from 2000 years ago could help America today  Fox NewsFull coverage

FSU College of Medicine illuminates living with Diabetes on World Diabetes Day

  1. FSU College of Medicine illuminates living with Diabetes on World Diabetes Day  Florida Flambeau
  2. Diabetes news: get the right information  Gulf Times
  3. Health personnel urged to sensitize public on diabetes  GhanaWebFull coverage

Dog Owners Have Lower Risk of Death

  1. Dog Owners Have Lower Risk of Death  OzarksFirst.com
  2. Owning dogs may be great for your heart and lower risk of death, study finds  Reading Eagle
  3. Having a dog may reduce risk of heart disease, death — study  Inquirer.netFull coverage

Why cooking a stir fry could be bad for health, according to scientists

  1. Why cooking a stir fry could be bad for health, according to scientists  Telegraph.co.uk
  2. 'Explosive' Hot Oil Droplets Could Hurt Your Skin -- and Air Quality  Newswise (press release)Full coverage

Pallister explains how he got injured in New Mexico

  1. Pallister explains how he got injured in New Mexico  CTV News
  2. The premier of Manitoba tells the story of his misadventure in the United States  The Quebec TelegramFull coverage

Imagine a life without the men you love – Movember foundation

  1. Imagine a life without the men you love – Movember foundation  Randfontein Herald
  2. 'No Shave November' creates awareness for men's health  Miami's Community Newspapers
  3. What is Movember, what causes does No-Shave Month 2017 support and how can I get involved?  The SunFull coverage

Rev. Jesse Jackson Diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease

  1. Rev. Jesse Jackson Diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease  Diverse: Issues in Higher Education
  2. Jesse Jackson diagnosed with Parkinson's disease  KITV Honolulu
  3. The Latest: Emanuel praises Jackson after health disclosure  Business Insider
  4. Jesse Jackson's decades in public eye shaped by many roles  Washington PostFull coverage

Early detection is key to controlling diabetes

  1. Early detection is key to controlling diabetes  GoDanRiver.com
  2. A silent killer than can be prevented  The Nation
  3. Health personnel urged to sensitize public on diabetes  Ghana News AgencyFull coverage

Suspect Marburg in Moroto: Uganda media

  1. Suspect Marburg in Moroto: Uganda media  Outbreak News Today
  2. What is Marburg? This Virus Causes Victims to Bleed From Every Orifice and Die  Newsweek
  3. Ebola Treatment Market to Develop Rapidly by 2024  MilTechFull coverage

More Than 1.5 Million Free Needles Given Out in Columbus

  1. More Than 1.5 Million Free Needles Given Out in Columbus  U.S. News & World Report
  2. Free needle program suppresses diseases, saves lives, officials say  The Columbus DispatchFull coverage

Mo Sistas: Not just pretty faces

  1. Mo Sistas: Not just pretty faces  Randfontein Herald
  2. 'No Shave November' creates awareness for men's health  Miami's Community Newspapers
  3. What is Movember, what causes does No-Shave Month 2017 support and how can I get involved?  The SunFull coverage

'Barbaric mutilation': NS animal welfare advocates hope cat declawing ban near

  1. 'Barbaric mutilation': NS animal welfare advocates hope cat declawing ban near  CBC.ca
  2. Raise Your Paws If You Like Having Claws  Pinnacle
  3. Cat declawing ban spreads across the US But it's still allowed in Canada  Globalnews.caFull coverage

Adopting A Dog Could Lengthen Your Life, Study Says

  1. Adopting A Dog Could Lengthen Your Life, Study Says  News On 6
  2. Want to live longer? Get a dog  fox8.com
  3. Owning dogs may be great for your heart and lower risk of death, new study says  Sacramento Bee
  4. Your Golden Retriever May Be Good For Your Heart  NewsweekFull coverage

Puppies Rescued From Puerto Rico May Have Infection That Can Be Transmitted to Humans

  1. Puppies Rescued From Puerto Rico May Have Infection That Can Be Transmitted to Humans  TIME
  2. Puppies rescued from Puerto Rico test positive for infection at Vermont rescue  WTHR
  3. DHHS warns of potential infection exposure at Hanover restaurant from puppies rescued from Puerto Rico  The Union LeaderFull coverage

Madagascar plague death toll RISES as bombshell report reveals extent of outbreak

  1. Madagascar plague death toll RISES as bombshell report reveals extent of outbreak  Daily Star
  2. Good news: Madagascar hasn't seen a new plague case in 3 weeks  Vox
  3. Plague: Epidemic phase of the outbreak is ending  Outbreak News Today
  4. The eternal return of the plague  Arab NewsFull coverage

Can Brain-training Games Really Reduce Dementia Risk For Seniors?

  1. Can Brain-training Games Really Reduce Dementia Risk For Seniors?  ReliaWire
  2. Computer brain-training can reduce dementia in elderly by 29 per cent : Study  The Indian Express
  3. Video games could cut dementia risk in seniors: study  Sin Chew Jit PohFull coverage

Squirrels could hold secret to preventing brain damage for stroke patients

  1. Squirrels could hold secret to preventing brain damage for stroke patients  Telegraph.co.uk
  2. Hibernating ground squirrels offer clues to fight against stroke-induced brain damage  News-Medical.net
  3. Unlikely source — squirrels inspire new stroke treatments  eHealth Magazine | EletsFull coverage

New guidelines classify more Americans as having high blood pressure

  1. New guidelines classify more Americans as having high blood pressure  KXAN.com
  2. Take that hypertension news with a grain of salt | Opinion  Sun Sentinel
  3. Live sensibly, actively  Toledo BladeFull coverage

For Older Women, Every Movement Counts Toward Health

  1. For Older Women, Every Movement Counts Toward Health  PsychCentral.com
  2. Getting chores done may add years to your life  Medical News Today
  3. Finishing daily chores may add years to your life: study  India TodayFull coverage

Australia urged to sue Big Tobacco for past healthcare costs

  1. Australia urged to sue Big Tobacco for past healthcare costs  Brisbane Times
  2. Push for governments to sue tobacco companies and recover health costs of treating smokers  Herald SunFull coverage

South Korea confirms H5N6 bird flu at duck farm, raises bird flu alert level

  1. South Korea confirms H5N6 bird flu at duck farm, raises bird flu alert level  Reuters
  2. (LEAD) Suspected bird flu case confirmed to be highly pathogenic  Yonhap News
  3. 12000 ducks culled in Gochang due to bird flu fears  koreatimes (press release)Full coverage

HIV positive and pregnant: Hull woman was diagnosed while carrying her unborn son

  1. HIV positive and pregnant: Hull woman was diagnosed while carrying her unborn son  Hull Daily Mail
  2. Snapshot: HIV/AIDS in North Dakota  Minot Daily News
  3. HIV and the transgender community  The Express TribuneFull coverage

Cases Of Rabies Confirmed In Superstition Mountain Area

  1. Cases Of Rabies Confirmed In Superstition Mountain Area  Tech Times
  2. Rabies Confirmed in Animals Near Superstition Mountains  U.S. News & World Report
  3. 2 rabid animals found in Superstition Mountains area popular with hikers  AZCentral.comFull coverage

Boosting Brain Activity May Buffer Against Anxiety

  1. Boosting Brain Activity May Buffer Against Anxiety  PsychCentral.com
  2. Brain activity buffers against worsening anxiety  Economic Times
  3. Stimulating brain activity may protect from anxiety: study  India TodayFull coverage

How Madagascar Took Control Of Its Bubonic Plague Outbreak

  1. How Madagascar Took Control Of Its Bubonic Plague Outbreak  NPR
  2. Patients infected with the plague in Madagascar are escaping from hospital because they are afraid of NEEDLES ...  Daily MailFull coverage

Dog 'dies of a broken heart' after being dumped at airport by her owner

  1. Dog 'dies of a broken heart' after being dumped at airport by her owner  Telegraph.co.uk
  2. Dog dies of 'broken heart' after being dumped at airport and wandering around looking for owner for weeks  Mirror.co.uk
  3. Dog dies of 'broken heart' on being abandoned by owners  Deccan ChronicleFull coverage

Jesse Jackson diagnosed with Parkinson's disease

  1. Jesse Jackson diagnosed with Parkinson's disease  KITV Honolulu
  2. Rev Jesse Jackson Discloses Parkinson's Disease Diagnosis  CBS Local
  3. The Latest: Emanuel praises Jackson after health disclosure  Business InsiderFull coverage

Half of US adults have high blood pressure in new guidelines

  1. Half of US adults have high blood pressure in new guidelines  Chicago Daily Herald
  2. Take that hypertension news with a grain of salt | Opinion  Sun Sentinel
  3. Live sensibly, actively  Toledo BladeFull coverage

Computer brain-training can reduce dementia in elderly by 29 per cent : Study

  1. Computer brain-training can reduce dementia in elderly by 29 per cent : Study  The Indian Express
  2. Video games could cut dementia risk in seniors: study  Sin Chew Jit Poh
  3. Brain training game 'is first to cut risk of dementia'  Gears Of BizFull coverage

Finishing daily chores may add years to your life: study

  1. Finishing daily chores may add years to your life: study  India Today
  2. Getting chores done may add years to your life  Medical News Today
  3. Keeping active with household chores can help older women live longer  Free Malaysia TodayFull coverage

Risk of breast cancer recurrence lasts for decades

  1. Risk of breast cancer recurrence lasts for decades  Business Insider
  2. Breast cancer day held  The Express TribuneFull coverage

Hibernating ground squirrels offer clues to fight against stroke-induced brain damage

  1. Hibernating ground squirrels offer clues to fight against stroke-induced brain damage  News-Medical.net
  2. Squirrels provide clues to new stroke treatments: Study  Deccan Chronicle
  3. Unlikely source — squirrels inspire new stroke treatments  eHealth Magazine | EletsFull coverage

Want to live longer? Get a dog

  1. Want to live longer? Get a dog  fox8.com
  2. Owning dogs may be great for your heart and lower risk of death, new study says  Sacramento Bee
  3. Owning a dog might be good for your health, especially if you're single  USA TODAY
  4. Your Golden Retriever May Be Good For Your Heart  Newsweek
  5. Man's best friend: Owning a dog linked to lower risk of death, study says  ABC NewsFull coverage

Italian doctor says world's first human head transplant 'imminent'

  1. Italian doctor says world's first human head transplant 'imminent'  USA TODAY
  2. A surgeon inspired by 'Frankenstein' claims he has completed the first head transplant on a corpse  Business Insider
  3. World's first human head transplant a success, professor says  New York Post
  4. World's first human head transplant successfully performed on a corpse, scientists say  National Post
  5. World's first human head transplant a success, controversial scientist claims  Telegraph.co.ukFull coverage

Stimulating brain activity may protect from anxiety: study

  1. Stimulating brain activity may protect from anxiety: study  India Today
  2. Prefrontal Executive Control Activity Buffers Against Worsening Anxiety  ReliaWireFull coverage

Dear parents, take note. Children who snore are likelier to grow up into obese adults

  1. Dear parents, take note. Children who snore are likelier to grow up into obese adults  Hindustan Times
  2. Children who snore likelier to grow up into obese adults  Outlook India
  3. Scientists: obesity causes Snoring in children  The Quebec TimesFull coverage

Puppies rescued from Puerto Rico may be infected

  1. Puppies rescued from Puerto Rico may be infected  The Boston Globe
  2. PR Puppies Infected With Disease That Can Be Transmitted  U.S. News & World Report
  3. Puerto Rico pets scare hits home  WCAXFull coverage

Big Tobacco fesses up with landmark ads

  1. Big Tobacco fesses up with landmark ads  The Union Leader
  2. Michael Quiggle: Health improves significantly after you quit smoking  GoErie.com
  3. Health ministry planning to issue advisory to states on risks of e-smoking  Economic TimesFull coverage

What is Marburg? This Virus Causes Victims to Bleed From Every Orifice and Die

  1. What is Marburg? This Virus Causes Victims to Bleed From Every Orifice and Die  Newsweek
  2. Ebola Treatment Market to Develop Rapidly by 2024  MilTech
  3. Ebola and Marburg Infections Market – Technical Breakthrough and a Competitive outlook to stay abreast on the key ...  Find Market Research By Abhishek Budholiya (press release) (blog)Full coverage

New anti-malaria drug could help tackle Zika

  1. New anti-malaria drug could help tackle Zika  Deccan Chronicle
  2. Anti malaria drug could fight Zika virus  The HinduFull coverage

Eating too fast could be making you fat, study says

  1. Eating too fast could be making you fat, study says  Atlanta Journal Constitution
  2. Eating Too Fast Can Lead to Several Health Problems, Study Shows  ScienceAlert
  3. People who eat slower less likely to become obese: research  Deccan ChronicleFull coverage

Not enough brain cancer advocates: Teo

  1. Not enough brain cancer advocates: Teo  The Australian
  2. Neurosurgeon blasts charity costs  Mackay Daily Mercury
  3. 'First-class travel': What your donations are really funding  Starts at 60Full coverage

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Diabetes 101: How can I tell if I am diabetic?

  1. Diabetes 101: How can I tell if I am diabetic?  Jamaica Observer
  2. A silent killer than can be prevented  The Nation
  3. Early detection is key to controlling diabetes  GoDanRiver.comFull coverage

Snapshot: HIV/AIDS in North Dakota

  1. Snapshot: HIV/AIDS in North Dakota  Minot Daily News
  2. HIV and the transgender community  The Express TribuneFull coverage

The Thanksgiving Holiday After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis

  1. The Thanksgiving Holiday After a Breast Cancer Diagnosis  HuffPost
  2. Local businesswoman doesn't let breast cancer hold her back  New Jersey HeraldFull coverage

First ever KZN black female Neurosurgeon

  1. First ever KZN black female Neurosurgeon  Independent Online
  2. Meet Dr Nomusa Shezi, KZN's first black female neurosurgeon  DestinyConnectFull coverage

Manitoba family seeks answers over mother's death after childbirth

  1. Manitoba family seeks answers over mother's death after childbirth  CTV News
  2. Young mom dies of infection week after giving birth to 3rd child  DeathRattleSports.comFull coverage

Squirrels provide clues to new stroke treatments: Study

  1. Squirrels provide clues to new stroke treatments: Study  Deccan Chronicle
  2. Squirrels inspire new stroke treatments  ABP LIVE
  3. Unlikely source — squirrels inspire new stroke treatments  eHealth Magazine | EletsFull coverage

No, there has not been a successful human head transplant

  1. No, there has not been a successful human head transplant  Popular Science
  2. World's first human head transplant 'imminent' – Italian surgeon  RT
  3. World's 'First Head Transplant' To Push Through Soon  Immortal News
  4. World's first human head transplant successfully performed on a corpse, scientists say  National Post
  5. World's first human head transplant a success, controversial scientist claims  Telegraph.co.ukFull coverage

Lawsuit: Botched butt lift paralyzed woman

  1. Lawsuit: Botched butt lift paralyzed woman  KHOU
  2. Lawsuit: Woman claims Brazilian butt lift left her paralyzed  Atlanta Journal ConstitutionFull coverage

World Antibiotic Awareness Week: How over-the-counter antibiotics can threaten your health

  1. World Antibiotic Awareness Week: How over-the-counter antibiotics can threaten your health  Hindustan Times
  2. Antibiotic overuse is a risk in dentistry, too  Minneapolis Star Tribune
  3. Awareness on antibiotics needed: Doctors  Deccan ChronicleFull coverage

Jesse Jackson reveals Parkinson's disease diagnosis

  1. Jesse Jackson reveals Parkinson's disease diagnosis  KTIC
  2. Jesse Jackson diagnosed with Parkinson's disease  Kankakee Daily Journal
  3. Rev. Jesse Jackson discloses Parkinson's disease diagnosis  The Star DemocratFull coverage

The mental disorder that makes Nigerian leaders loot, — Prof. Franzek, researcher, reveals

  1. The mental disorder that makes Nigerian leaders loot, — Prof. Franzek, researcher, reveals  Vanguard
  2. Christie says promise on addiction, mental health treatment coming true in 2019  NJ.comFull coverage

Sexual harassment in office cause depression in women

  1. Sexual harassment in office cause depression in women  Deccan Chronicle
  2. Women Can Get Depressed Due To Sexual Harassment in Office  The Independent
  3. Inspiring to see women speak against sexual abuse  Daily News & AnalysisFull coverage

2000 relay for life at 24-hour walkathon in UAE

  1. 2000 relay for life at 24-hour walkathon in UAE  Khaleej Times
  2. 24-hour Relay for Life concludes in Sharjah  gulfnews.com
  3. Jawahar Al Qasimi Launches Relay for Life'  MENAFN.COMFull coverage

PR Puppies Infected With Disease That Can Be Transmitted

  1. PR Puppies Infected With Disease That Can Be Transmitted  U.S. News & World Report
  2. Puerto Rico pets scare hits home  WCAXFull coverage

Dog dies of 'broken heart' after being dumped at airport and wandering around looking for owner for weeks

  1. Dog dies of 'broken heart' after being dumped at airport and wandering around looking for owner for weeks  Mirror.co.uk
  2. Dog dies of 'broken heart' after owner dumped her at an airport  Metro
  3. Dog 'dies of broken heart' after she was abandoned at the airport by owner  Buzz.ieFull coverage

Case against Lewiston oral surgeon near collapse

  1. Case against Lewiston oral surgeon near collapse  Press Herald
  2. Maine Oral Surgeon Fighting to Keep His License  U.S. News & World ReportFull coverage

Your Thanksgiving feast can be healthier

  1. Your Thanksgiving feast can be healthier  The Killeen Daily Herald
  2. From the Extension: Food-safety tips for the holidays  Daily Commercial
  3. Health Official Talks Turkey Regarding Holiday Food Safety  The Newtown Bee
  4. The strange story of turkey tails speaks volumes about our globalized food system  SalonFull coverage

Awareness on antibiotics needed: Doctors

  1. Awareness on antibiotics needed: Doctors  Deccan Chronicle
  2. Antibiotic overuse is a risk in dentistry, too  Minneapolis Star Tribune
  3. Arkansas sixth in the US for high antibiotic prescribing  Newton County TimesFull coverage

Drinking Coffee Is Good For Your Liver, Research Says

  1. Drinking Coffee Is Good For Your Liver, Research Says  International Business Times
  2. Consumption of coffee may reduce liver diseases risk, says report  News Nation
  3. Drinking coffee may reduce liver diseases risk  Business StandardFull coverage

Federal Judge Orders Florida to Treat Sick Inmates

  1. Federal Judge Orders Florida to Treat Sick Inmates  U.S. News & World Report
  2. State prisons ordered to treat hepatitis C  The LedgerFull coverage

FDA clears first opioid withdrawal device

  1. FDA clears first opioid withdrawal device  ModernMedicine
  2. FDA OKs behind-the-ear device for opioid withdrawal  FierceBiotech
  3. FDA Approves IN Company's Device Aimed Ease Opioid Withdrawal  Patch.comFull coverage

Squirrels inspire new stroke treatments

  1. Squirrels inspire new stroke treatments  Business Standard
  2. Unlikely source — squirrels inspire new stroke treatments  eHealth Magazine | EletsFull coverage

Eating too fast could be making you fat, study says

  1. Eating too fast could be making you fat, study says  WPXI Pittsburgh
  2. Eating Too Fast Can Lead to Several Health Problems, Study Shows  ScienceAlert
  3. People who eat slower less likely to become obese: research  Deccan ChronicleFull coverage

New details emerge in 11-month-old Colorado boy's death linked to marijuana

  1. New details emerge in 11-month-old Colorado boy's death linked to marijuana  The Cannabist
  2. No, We Didn't Just See The First Marijuana Overdose Death  HuffPost
  3. Doctor who wrote study about baby boy dying after cannabis exposure now says death not related to marijuana  New York Daily News
  4. The truth behind the 'first marijuana overdose death' headlines  Washington Post
  5. Colorado doctors claim first marijuana overdose death  9NEWS.comFull coverage

'Pollution is a silent killer, with long-term impact. Need urgent, multi-pronged approach to tackle it'

  1. 'Pollution is a silent killer, with long-term impact. Need urgent, multi-pronged approach to tackle it'  The Indian Express
  2. Challenging journey  The StatesmanFull coverage

In-Depth: How digital sensors could change the face of pharma

  1. In-Depth: How digital sensors could change the face of pharma  MobiHealthNews
  2. Is a Digital Pill the Future of Medicine?  Madison.com
  3. What Pharmacists Should Know About the Abilify MyCite Pill  Pharmacy Times
  4. The first digital pill was approved to worries about a biomedical 'Big Brother'  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  5. FDA approves digital pill that tracks when patients take it  Fox NewsFull coverage

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