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  1. DOH: Foreigner tests positive for MERSRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | ABS-CBN News

    The Department of Health confirmed Monday that a foreigner from the Middle East who recently arrived in the Philippines has tested positive for MERS-Cov. Health Secretary Janette Garin said the 36-year-old foreigner was admitted to the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine last Saturday after showing symptoms of MERS-CoV infection on July 2. "He was tested on July 4. At 5 p.m., the test yielded a positive result," she said in a press briefing.


  2. Veteran reunited with lost war medalsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | KLTV Tyler

    For one East Texas World War Two and Korean War veteran, this was a particularly joyful celebration of the Fourth of July weekend, after getting back what had been missing for the last four years: his war medals. The reunion was due to the honesty of another East Texan who knew how much the medals meant to a veteran.


  3. West Nile Virus season is here, so take precautionRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | New York Daily News

    Public health officials in New York State are reminding residents of the dangers posed by mosquitoes after West Nile Virus was found in two counties. West Nile Virus has been found in mosquitoes trapped this year in Rockland and Suffolk counties.


  4. Mesothelioma Cured: New Website Discusses Cases and Diagnoses of the Often Misunderstood DiseaseRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Customer Interaction Solutions

    ... as those who worked in construction and engineerig will typically undergo a thorough diagnosis to determine if their health symptoms are caused by mesothelioma. In addition to chest x-rays and lung capacity tests, notes there are a ...


  5. MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Click2Houston

    Five million American families deal with the day-to-day challenge of caring for a loved one with Alzheimer's disease. New research shows it's taking a serious toll on the health of the caregiver.


  6. Another win, RBI for Matz in second startRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Chicago Cubs

    No one can really say this enough: The Mets have so much good, young, frontline pitching. There's a bright future in store for an organization that hasn't made the playoffs since 2006 or won a World Series since 1986.


  7. UTI being treated - continuing kidney pressure/acheRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Ask MetaFilter

    ... see my doctor again probably fine? Have you experienced this before, or seen it in one of your patients, if you're a health professional?


  8. The Value of Outsourcing Medicaid ApplicationsRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Sys-Con Media

    Adam Rothman and John Anderson of Medicaid Done Right, a solution provider at the marcus evans LTC & Senior Living CXO Summit Fall 2015 and LTC & Senior Living CXO Summit Fall 2016, on improving the Medicaid application process. NEW YORK, NY, July 6, 2015 - - "The most important thing you can do in a long-term care organization, apart from giving care, is to get the money through the door.


  9. Americans Are Eating Too Much Sodium, But Most Of Us Aren't Doing Anything About ItRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Medical Daily

    We may know too much salt is bad for us, but most of us aren't trying to cut back. As bad as too much sugar can be for our bodies, there's another flavor enhancer out there whose overabundance in our diets can be dangerous to our health: Salt .


  10. Brien Center Management, Union Reach Deal to...Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | IBerkshires

    Last month, nearly 350 union workers voted to go on strike July 6 because of failed negotiations with management to resolve pay and benefit issues. However, after emergency negotiations this holiday weekend, a contract settlement was agreed upon that would improve wages, reduce health-care costs for front-line clinicians and direct care staff.


  11. Vacaville Fire Burns 325 Acres, No Homes DamagedRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | KTXL-TV Sacramento

    A 325 acre grass fire near Keating Park caused a major scare for residents in the area Saturday. Many went to voluntary evacuation centers to stay away from the flames.


  12. Peter Daley in hospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | ABC News

    Before receiving a heart transplant Peter Daley was connected to an external mechanical heart. He arrived in hospital at 105 kilograms and dropped to just 48 kilograms.


  13. Conservative alternatives to Obamacare bring own list of tradeoffsRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

    The recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling upholding a key provision of the Affordable Care Act ensures that the law will be an issue in the 2016 campaigns, and a likely refrain from opponents will be that the law raised premiums and forced millions of people to change their health plans. Without question, the law did both, and Republicans opposed to the law have called for ending many of the regulations that remade the market for people who buy their own health insurance.


  14. Cuba first nation to eradicate HIV transmissions to babiesRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Green Left Weekly

    Cuba became the first country in the world to be recognised by the World Health Organization for officially eliminating mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis on June 30. "This is a major victory in our long fight against HIV and sexually transmitted infections, and an important step towards having an AIDS-free generation" said Margaret Chan, WHO Director-General. The WHO said Cuba's mother-to-child transmission rate of HIV is now below 2% of births, while syphilis transmission is less than 0.5%.


  15. Victoria's Secret Is Being Skinny Shamed By Aerie And It's Working Incredibly WellRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | BusinessPundit

    Victoria's Secret is losing a major chunk of its buyer base and it's all because American Eagle's Aerie lingerie line has refused to photoshop models and focuses on positive body image for all women. While Victoria's Secret has focused on ads such as "The Perfect Body" while refusing to work with plus-size models, Aerie ditched photoshop more than one year ago and their ads feature messages such as "The Girl In This Photo Has NOT Been Retouched / The Real You Is Sexy."


  16. Transgender health care amaze of difficulty, technicalitiesRead the original story

    7 hrs ago |

    After nearly 50 years living as a man, Leslie McMurray was reborn - but then lost nearly everything: her home, her marriage of 33 years and her job as a radio program director in Dallas. McMurray also began her long and complicated battle with health insurance.


  17. 9 Ways Not Getting Enough Sleep Ruins Your HealthRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | MSN Healthy Living

    Planning to catch some extra zzzzs? You know you need them. We'd all like to get the prescribed seven to nine hours of sleep each night, but let's face it, it often doesn't happen.


  18. BEIJING: Chinese embassy warns travellers to be careful in TurkeyRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Asia News Network

    China has warned its residents travelling in Turkey to be careful of anti-China protests due to some false reports regarding Uygur ethnic group by certain media outlets. Tourists from the country were recently attacked in Turkey, said the China's embassy in capital Ankara.


  19. Supercharged Tuberculosis, Made in IndiaRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Scientific American

    ... it stronger, a problem that Udwadia - the doctor who first identified extreme drug resistance in the germ - and other health experts say is becoming increasingly widespread in India. Too few diagnostic laboratories, too many poorly-trained health ...


  20. Vicky Nash has emetophobia and is so scared of vomiting that boyfriend got vasectomyRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Dave Robinson pledged to get a vasectomy as the woman he loved lay on the floor trying to build up the courage to take the morning after pill The partner of a woman who is so terrified of vomiting that she has given up the chance of parenthood at 27 has had a vasectomy so he can continue to be with her. Vicky Nash's fear of vomiting is so debilitating that she hasn't had a proper meal in 15 years and weighs less than seven stone, despite being 5'6inches tall.