Healthcare Industry Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. Prison scrambles as Legionnaires' disease sickens inmateRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | WZVN-TV Fort Myers

    Officials at California's oldest state prison scrambled to provide safe drinking water to thousands of inmates after waterborne Legionnaires' disease hospitalized one inmate and was suspected of sickening more than two dozen others. A 3,800-gallon water tanker was hauled to the 163-year-old prison north of San Francisco, along with 2,800 liter bottles and a makeshift assortment of containers holding another 380 gallons of water.

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  2. Autism Speaks must listen more to people most affected by disorderRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | The Las Vegas Sun

    For a couple of decades now, Americans have been engaged in a wide-ranging and often heated conversation about autism. About what causes it, whether there's more of it than there used to be, and whether it can be cured.

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  3. To Your Good Health: HPV vaccine has pros, consRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | SouthCoastToday.com

    DEAR DR. ROACH: What are your thoughts on the pros and cons of HPV vaccine for boys? - L.P.B. The HPV vaccine should really be considered an anticancer vaccine, since its goal is to reduce infection from the kinds of human papilloma virus strains that can lead to cancer.

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  4. Education: CEO/alum Duchemin to address UMass Dartmouth Class of 2019Read the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | SouthCoastToday.com

    UMass Dartmouth will welcome 1989 alumnus and President, CEO, and Director of Harvard Bioscience Inc., Jeffrey Duchemin as this year's Keynote Speaker to address the Class of 2019 at the University's Convocation Ceremony at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 1, at UMass Dartmouth's Vietnam Veterans Peace Memorial Amphitheater.

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  5. After 60 years of research, McLaughlin faces new challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | WBNS

    Since its 1954 inception as a small research laboratory in out-of-the-way Great Falls, Montana, the McLaughlin Research Institute has grown to a highly respected biomedical research center whose scientists' research has been cited as contributing to the work of two Nobel Prize winners for physiology or medicine. At its peak in 2006, MRI had five lead scientists working under competitive National Institutes of Health grants on research involving degenerative nerve diseases at its futuristic-looking building in southcentral Great Falls.

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  6. Parents to blame for kidsa obesity?Read the original story

    16 hrs ago | Lethbridge Herald

    There has been no shortage of news in recent years about the childhood obesity epidemic in North America and beyond. Now we know who's to blame: parents.

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  7. Ohio's childhood vaccination rates better than averageRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Recordpub.com

    The percentage of children receiving the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine on time has increased in Ohio, and a state official said a measles outbreak might have helped raise awareness.

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  8. How The Bank Of Israel Got Its Last Rate Decision WrongRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    Israel's booming housing market and rising budget deficit keep the BOI from lowering rates further, but global economic conditions require actions to devalue the NIS. The recent monetary policy statement of the Bank of Israel didn't offer any big headlines, as the BOI left its cash rate unchanged at 0.1%.

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  9. Oysters play important role in persistence and transmission of norovirusRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Medical News

    Oysters not only transmit human norovirus; they also serve as a major reservoir for these pathogens, according to research published August 28 in Applied and Environmental Microbiology , a journal of the American Society for Microbiology. "More than 80 percent of human norovirus genotypes were detected in oyster samples or oyster-related outbreaks," said corresponding author Yongjie Wang, PhD.

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  10. Probiotics do not help prevent gastrointestinal colonization with MDROs in critically ill patientsRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Medical News

    Probiotics show no benefit for preventing or eliminating gastrointestinal colonization with drug-resistant organisms in patients in the intensive care unit compared to standard care, according to new research published online today in Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology , the journal of the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America. "Our research suggests that probiotics do not help prevent gastrointestinal colonization with multidrug-resistant organisms in critically ill patients," said Jennie H. Kwon, DO, lead author of the study.

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  11. Ediitorial: The new New Orleans, ten years after KatrinaRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | New York Daily News

    New Orleans was devastated first by an act of God in Hurricane Katrina, then, and still more significantly, by a failure of men and their government, as levees built by the Army Corps of Engineers gave way in just the ways experts had long warned. And in contrast to other disasters, when well-oiled response machinery kicked into gear, politicians and bureaucrats at every level proceeded to let down their constituents.

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  12. Excelera Specialty Pharmacy Network Welcomes Loma Linda...Read the original story

    17 hrs ago | PRWeb

    We look forward to building a strong business relationship with Excelera and using their expertise to build out our Specialty Pharmacy. The Excelera network consists of point-of-care specialty pharmacies owned by health systems and academic medical centers.

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  13. Indian-origin baby sitter to serve 14 years for toddler's deathRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Times of India

    Medical examiners involved in the case ruled that the child's death is a homicide and the cause of his death was blunt force trauma. NEW YORK: A 29-year-old Indian-American baby sitter will serve 14 years in prison in the US after she was found guilty of the death of a toddler in her care.

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  14. Cervical Total Disc Replacement Market - Global Industry Analysis to...Read the original story

    17 hrs ago | PR.com

    Cervical spine is made up of seven vertebra bodies and is separated with the help of aninter-vertebral disc. Cervical discs help in bending and side-ward movement of the neck.They also help in stabilizing the neck and act as a shock absorber.

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  15. Birdsell Project expands to Commerce Center basementRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | WSJV-TV South Bend

    If you're looking for more exposure to the arts, take a look at the Birdsell Project. Last winter, young artists from South Bend turned the abandoned Birdsell mansion into a space for local artists to pursue their passion.Now, they've expanded into the basement of the Commerce Center.

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  16. Former Jewish Center CFO sentenced to prisonRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | KFMB-TV San Diego

    The former chief financial officer for the Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center in La Jolla, who stole more than $400,000 from the center and used the money to pay for lavish vacations and designer clothing, was sentenced in federal court Friday to a year and a day in prison. Johnson, who served as the JCC's chief financial officer from 1991 to 2014, was able to carry out the embezzlement by virtue of her access to the full range of the organization's financial records and accounts, prosecutors said.

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  17. Maine immunization rates for toddlers now nation's highestRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Marietta Times

    The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say Maine's toddler immunization rate has surged from below average to the highest in the nation. The agency said Thursday that Maine's rate for seven vaccines that protect against 11 diseases was 84.7 percent for 19- to 35-month-old children in 2014.

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  18. Officer, bystander help deliver baby on side of I-25Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | KRDO-TV Colorado Springs

    A Colorado Springs police sergeant and a bystander helped bring a new life into the world along the shoulder of Interstate 25. Shortly after 6:36 p.m. Friday, Sgt. Wrede was exiting the interstate at the North Academy Boulevard exit, when he was flagged down by a man standing next to a minivan on the side of the road.

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  19. Officials want to stem tide of drunken-driving arrestsRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Daily Reporter

    A group of friends. A few drinks. Maybe a few too many. At the end of the night, they put the guy who had the fewest drinks behind the wheel.

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  20. Childhood obesity at peak in U.S., CanadaRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    The study also found that childhood obesity rates are higher in the U.S. than in Canada, Global News reported. In the study, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention used information from the 1970s and the early 2000s .

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