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WHO sending 1 million cholera vaccine doses to Haiti

GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Health Organization (WHO) is sending 1 million doses of cholera vaccine to Haiti, where more than 200 cases of the killer disease have been reported since Hurricane Matthew.
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Marshall Janson, eight, from Cornwall, had his legs and hands amputated as a baby after suffering meningitis. But he has refused to let his disability hold him back - taking up Jiu-Jitsu in his spar
Ryan MaassMONTREAL, Oct. 24 (UPI) -- Screening breast cancer patients for the prolactin receptor could minimize the need for invasive treatments, researchers found in a new study.
(Reuters) - Short-selling firm Muddy Waters said in a legal filing on Monday that outside cyber security experts it hired have validated its claims that St. Jude Medical Inc cardiac implants are vulne
AARP puts the number of unpaid family caregivers who care for an older and sicker person at 40 million. And not surprisingly, 71 percent of those caregivers said in an AARP survey that they woul
(Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is seeking to improve hospital reporting of injuries and deaths associated with medical devices after inspections at 17 hospitals revealed widespread
For the last few years, I have been feeling frustrated, overwhelmed, dissatisfied, and generally unhappy in my life despite the blessings of stable employment, health, professional achievement, and
I am a psychoanalyst and psychotherapist on Long Island, NY. After practicing for three decades with children, teens, and adults I have found today's political climate is feeling threatening to many p
Triple negative tumours had higher levels of PIM-1 activity than ordinary cancers - providing hope for a new drug which blocks the molecule, researchers from King's College London found.
Every year in the U.S., 20,000 to 40,000 infants are born with the CMV virus. Yet most doctors don’t talk with pregnant women about how to prevent it.
The sweet spot for vitamin D is still debated, and there are many who are confused by the current brouhaha about this vitamin. It's almost impossible for a day to go by without noticing a mention o
We are delighted to share the first review of Neil Seligman's new book 100 Mindfulness Meditations. This review comes from the wonderful Lynn Exley. Lynn is a Mindfulness Meditation Teacher, Mind
In the end, just three things matter: how well we have lived; how well we have loved; how well we have learned to let go. Jack Kornfield INVITATION: What if your only job in this lifetime was to
HealthDay News Many American teens may smoke to control or lose weight, a new study suggests.
HealthDay News Nearly one-third of cancer deaths among Americans aged 35 or older are caused by smoking, and the rate is much higher in the South, a new study finds.
Type 2 diabetes is responsible for most cases of kidney failure and lower limb amputation, other than accidents.
Jake DeLong, son of former Minnesota Vikings player Greg DeLong, was involved in a study that showed measurable brain changes in teen players after a single season - concussion or not.
Triple negative tumours had higher levels of PIM-1 activity than ordinary cancers - providing hope for a new drug which blocks the molecule, researchers from King's College London found.
A study for Europol suggests efforts to stop young people hacking could learn from anti-addiction efforts.
Questions: 1. Stress can cause your hair to fall out in clumps. T/F 2. Stress can cause sudden cardiac death in people with no previous symptoms of heart disease. T/F 3. Stress causes ulcers. T/F 4.
It is the one year anniversary of the announcement by the International Agency for Research on cancer(IARC), an agency of the World Health Organization known for expertise in analyzing scientific data
Health experts are warning that one in 10 adults in the UK will be at risk of developing diabetes by 2035.
Domestic violence is a crime, but it’s also a serious public health problem. Those who experience it are at a higher risk of mental health disorders, chronic diseases and infections. They&rsquo
Most of us have done it at some point--telling that small white lie . While it may be difficult at first, what happens next time you consider doing it may actually be your brain preparing you for your
(Reuters) - Life Care Centers of America Inc and its owner Forrest Preston agreed to pay $145 million to resolve a U.S. lawsuit accusing the company of submitting false claims for rehabilitation thera
Why are we always exhausted at the end of a workday? Why do we come home wiped out, with barely enough energy to make dinner before collapsing for the night? Normally, when we think about being tired
(Reuters) - A leak prompted the Seaway Crude Pipeline Company LLC to shut one of the largest pipeline systems feeding crude from the U.S. oil storage hub in Cushing, Oklahoma to Gulf coast refineries
This election cycle has been characterized by an unprecedented amount of polarizing discourse and outright hostility. There are strong feelings of alarm and moral outrage on both sides of the politica
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union consumer champion Vera Jourova has sought to ramp up pressure on Volkswagen to compensate European owners of diesel vehicles rigged to cheat pollution controls and
People who regularly smoke large amounts of marijuana may be more susceptible to bone fractures than people who don’t use the drug, according to a new study conducted in the United Kingdom. Res
As lunchtime liquid facelifts grow in popularity, doctors are seeing a host of problems, including 'facial collapse', infections, permanent nerve damage, blue and/or lumpy skin
Women aged 25-34 are more likely to have a pregnancy-associated stroke than anyone else, according to Columbia University. Pregnant women aged over 45 have the lowest risk.
With the growth of the Internet over the years and the number of personal websites that exist on just about any topic, more people are turning to their computers as their first source of information
A version of this article originally appeared on Forbes. Sign up for my newsletter to get my articles straight to your inbox. In her 2014 Forbes article "9 Reasons to Love Being Single," Alyson Krueg
Ryan MaassNORWICH, England, Oct. 24 (UPI) -- Patients who undergo hip replacement surgery do not become more physically active after the procedure, researchers found in a new study.

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