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  1. It's the only vaccine that can prevent cancer -- and not enough teens have itRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | WTOP-FM Washington

    ... 10 adolescent girls and six out of 10 boys have not started the recommended HPV series of shots. That concerns public health officials. Without the vaccine, children are left vulnerable to infections that can cause a number of cancers - including ...

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  2. Possible path toward first anti-MERS drugsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog

    If you haven't heard of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, thank geography, NGOs, and government agencies like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization for keeping the new disease in check. In camels, which act as a reservoir for the causative coronavirus, the illness causes a runny nose; in humans, it causes a cough, fever, and, in 36 percent of cases, death, according to the WHO.

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  3. $200M Emory Proton Therapy Center falls behind scheduleRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Business Journal

    A more than $200 million medical facility near Emory University Hospital Midtown that would use high-velocity subatomic particles to kill cancer cells is four months behind schedule, the company developing the project said on Monday. A more than $200 million medical facility near Emory University Hospital Midtown that would use high-velocity subatomic particles to kill cancer cells is four months behind schedule, the company developing the project said on Monday.

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  4. Obese patients face long odds against returning to a healthy weightRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Fox News

    ... is a gradual increase until late middle age," said senior study author Martin Gulliford, a primary care and public health researcher at King's College London. "Large reductions in body weight tend to be unusual." Globally, 1.9 billion adults are ...

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  5. Forsyth aims to build on strong health care standingRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Business Journal

    For several years, Forsyth County has been named the healthiest county in Georgia by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. This year, county officials dug deeper into the data behind the rankings to find that the county only outperformed other top U.S. counties in 14 of those 35 factors.

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  6. ImmunoGen, Inc. Reports Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2015 Financial ResultsRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Freshnews

    ImmunoGen, Inc . , a biotechnology company that develops novel anticancer therapeutics using its antibody-drug conjugate technology, today reported financial results for the Company's 2015 fiscal year ended June 30, 2015.

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  7. Herpes Virus Can Can Cause Inflammation of the Esophagus; CBCD Recommends Gene-Eden-VIR or NovirinRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | World News Report

    ... that individuals infected with the herpes virus, realize the significant impact of the latent virus on their health, and not ignore it. Hence, the CBCD recommends that these individuals take Gene-Eden-VIR or Novirin. These natural herpes remedies ...

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  8. Medical library closed until Monday after bedbugs reportedRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | WSJV-TV South Bend

    Officials say Wayne State University's Shiffman Medical Library is closed through Monday as exterminators clean because of possible bedbugs. University spokesman Matt Lockwood tells The Detroit News the school is "going to address the issue aggressively to make sure it's taken care of as quickly as possible."

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  9. UC students design big for the Aranda shops in Suburban UtopiaRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    The Aranda shops are in the middle of the biggest makeover in their history and students from the University of Canberra want to be part of it. The shops are host to a new exhibition, Suburban Utopia , which features design plans created by a group of students as part of their university coursework, with input from Aranda residents.

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  10. Brave arthritis sufferer will fight back against disease with 100...Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Chelmsfordweeklynews.co.uk

    A young arthritis sufferer will fight back against the disease by cycling 100 miles through Surrey to London to raise money for Arthritis Care. Daniel Moughton, 30, of Hawfinch Walk, Chelmsford, will bring London to a standstill for a good cause on Sunday, August 2 when he cycles across the capital's iconic roads through Surrey's stunning countryside before a magnificent finish along The Mall with Buckingham Palace in the background.

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  11. Exciting new drugs for Alzheimer's disease? Nah.Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog

    Wrong. Or, rather, let's allow for semi-miraculous outcomes and say instead that this recent news is unlikely to be right.

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  12. Exploring the Benefits of Wearable TechnologyRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Huffington Post

    ... of respondents who said they would use a fitness monitor would like this, especially if it provides information to a health care provider. Aside from armbands, there's also an earphone that can provide real-time heart monitoring and track metabolic ...

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  13. HPV vaccinations for American teens rise slightly, CDC saysRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Fox News

    ... still not recommending HPV vaccines as strongly as they promote other immunizations. Gardasil was approved by U.S. health regulators in 2006, and became the center of a debate over how early doctors and parents should discuss the risk of ...

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  14. Correcting the myths about missing drug trialsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog

    ... may be basing their decisions on incomplete information, according to new research published by scientists at Oregon Health & Science University. The study is published in ... In scientific literature, studies with "good" results are more likely to ...

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  15. How to become a T follicular helper cellRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Science, Industry and Business

    ... Institute for Allergy and Immunology, the American Cancer Society (RSG-11-161-01-MPC), and the National Institutes of Health (AI105351, AI112579, AI115149, AI119160, AI113806, AI109976, AI063107 and AI072543). Full citation: "LEF-1 and TCF-1 ...

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  16. The Shane Project: 'This will be my footprint'Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Enfield Independent

    A mother hopes the memory of her son will live on as she tries to raise awareness about multiple sclerosis. Norma McFarlane, who lives in Edmonton, lost her son, Shane, to the condition in 2002 when he was just 34 - nine ten years after he was diagnosed.

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  17. Wastewater levels in Spokane River high due to droughtRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | KHQ-TV Spokane

    While wastewater going into the Spokane River isn't new, because of the drought, effluent makes up more and more of the rivers water. KXLY-TV reports that treated sewage makes up about 16 percent of water flowing past Spokane and into Long Lake.

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  18. New opioids that deter abuse can help reduce the chain of addiction: Amol SoinRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Cleveland.com

    ... from Findlay, and Nickie Antonio, a Democrat from Lakewood, have introduced House Bill 248 , which prohibits health plans from denying coverage of ADOs based solely on cost. Of particular note, this bill includes the way Medicaid, the government ...

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  19. Police arrest man in theft of bag forgotten by ATM workersRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | KLTV Tyler

    Police say they've arrested one of two men who made off with a bag containing $150,000 in cash after two employees filling ATMs mistakenly left it on a northern New Jersey lawn. Police arrested 42-year-old Alton Harvey on Wednesday afternoon in Irvington.

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  20. Northwest Georgia college banning tobacco on campusRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Athens Banner-Herald

    ... es help to quit smoking. Berry College officials say the school's smoking cessation program was awarded a $12,000 CVS Health Community Grant to supply nicotine replacement therapy in those who need it.

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