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  1. Malaria medicines: a glass half full?Read the original story

    Monday | CiteULike

    To insert individual citation into a bibliography in a word-processor, select your preferred citation style below and drag-and-drop it into the document. Despite substantial scientific progress over the past two decades, malaria remains a worldwide burden that causes hundreds of thousands of deaths every year.

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  2. LDS missionary department leader: Zika has 'our utmost attention'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Deseret News

    An LDS general authority who helps oversee the church's missionary department said the Zika outbreak and its impact on Mormon missionaries has "our utmost attention." The groups at greatest risk from the mosquito-borne illness labeled a global health emergency on Feb. 1 by the World Health Organization are pregnant women and fetuses, categories irrelevant to LDS missionaries, who are single, said Elder Gregory A. Schwitzer , assistant executive director in the church's Missionary Department.

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  3. Sports specialization: Looking at the researchRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | WKBT

    When you are ten-years-old it might be hard to name your favorite color without hesitation, never mind the sport you might want to play for the next five, ten, maybe even 15 years. West Salem native Damian Miller spent eleven years playing Major League baseball.

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  4. A medication used to treat heroin addiction could become the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Connecticut Post

    In a recent study published in the American Journal of Psychiatry, severely suicidal patients who were given low doses of the drug buprenorphine reported having fewer suicidal thoughts after two weeks and four weeks, compared with a group that was given a placebo. While this was a preliminary study, the drug could become the first fast-acting anti-suicide drug if future studies can repeat the team's findings, New Scientist reported .

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  5. Nutrition: Healthy ways to celebrate Valentinea s Day include cooking at home, taking a walkRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Daily Breeze

    ... easy ways to use Valentine's Day as a catalyst to reinvigorate your plan for balanced eating and activity with heart health in mind. This year, choose to steer away from the overpriced restaurant fixed course Valentine's Day menus and prepare a ...

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  6. The beer you need to level-up your crawfish boilRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily World

    All of the parades and courirs are over and Mardi Gras 2016 is now one for the history books. The 40 days of Lent have begun! The beer you need to level-up your crawfish boil All of the parades and courirs are over and Mardi Gras 2016 is now one for the history books.

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  7. Feel Good toning tables proving a hit at White Oak Leisure Centre, SwanleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Kent Online

    ... thumping music is designed to attract not only those intimidated by the usual gym surroundings but also people with health or mobility concerns. It can be used by people recovering from surgery or suffering from spinal and brain injuries, heart ...

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  8. Are efforts to combat drug abuse in La Crosse working?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | WXOW-TV La Crosse

    Opioid pain relievers contributed to 45 percent of the 843 drug overdose deaths in 2013, while heroin contributed to 27 percent. On Monday local lawmakers joined a discussion at the UW- La Crosse, including students and community members, about the public health issues plaguing the community.

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  9. Could Canadian mosquitoes transmit the Zika virus?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Crofs Blogs

    ... suggests that Zika could be linked to birth defects in the babies of pregnant women who become infected. Public health officials have repeatedly said there's little to no chance the virus will spread locally in Canada. The type of mosquito that ...

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  10. Sorry, Bogie, A Sigh Is Not Just A SighRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | National Public Radio

    Emotion seemed to fuel plenty of sighs by Humphrey Bogart's character Rick in the 1942 film classic Casablanca, and even Rick's good friend Sam, played by actor Dooley Wilson, couldn't console him. The sighs we notice usually accompany emotions like relief or discontent.

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  11. Castleford captain Michael Shenton ruled out for season with knee injuryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | This is The West Country

    Castleford are reeling from the loss of captain Michael Shenton for the rest of the season with an anterior cruciate ligament injury sustained in his side's opening match. The former England centre was helped from the field in the first half of the Tigers' 16-16 draw with Hull KR at the KC Lightstream Stadium on Sunday and s cans on Monday confirmed his worst fears.

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  12. Animal Connection: Show some love this Valentine's DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Aiken Standard

    ... and chocolates, of course. Instead, here are a few loving alternatives: On Saturday, Feb. 13, we'll be holding a Pet Health Fair at the SPCA Albrecht Center from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Bring your dogs and cats (leashes and carriers please) to 199 ...

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  13. How To Get Your Free Chipotle BurritoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | CBS Local

    MARCH 05: A Chipotle restaurant is seen on March 5, 2014 in Miami, Florida. The Mexican fast food chain is reported to have tossed around the idea that it would temporarily suspend sales of guacamole due to an increase in food costs.

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  14. Johns Hopkins Approved For HIV-positive Organ TransplantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | CBS Local

    WJZ-TV is part of CBS Television Stations, a division [] 105.7 The Fan CLICK HERE FOR THE 105.7 THE FAN HOMEPAGE Welcome to 105.7 The FAN on CBSBaltimore.com. 105.7 along with WJZ-TV and CBS Sports Radio 1300 give you the best Baltimore has to offer.

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  15. Obama signs Africa electricity initiative into lawRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Channelnewsasia.com

    ... challenge in Africa, and boosting it will stimulate economic growth and improve access to education and public health, the bill's backers argue. "It's a game-changer for small businesses that have to close at dark, and school children who are often ...

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  16. Tamara Beckwith under the microscope and on her 'itty-bitty bosom'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Mail

    'I am lucky to be itty-bitty in the bosom department, so I appear much thinner': Tamara Beckwith under the microscope Tamara says she has always been slim, not skinny and, with a little restraint, she can eat what she likes Yes. I have two younger children, aged one and seven, and they keep me pretty active.

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  17. Allergy UK say getting your hands dirty in the garden perks up your immune systemRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Mail

    ... improved hygiene as other changes to our lifestyles and environment that are behind the rise in allergies and other health problems. 'You want your immune system to have a large repertoire of harmless organisms that it has learnt not to attack,' ...

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  18. Butensky & Cohen Financial Security Inc. Has $1,590,000 Position in AbbVie IncRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | AmericanBankingNews.com

    ... disease; Parkinson's disease; complications associated with chronic kidney disease and cystic fibrosis, and other health conditions, such as low testosterone. This story was originally published by American Banking News ...

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  19. All teens should be screened for depression, task force recommendsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | TheBostonChannel.com

    ... enough. Doctors should put those systems in place, if they haven't already, and screen everyone. "We believe that health care has advanced a lot and it's more the norm to have systems in place," Krist said. The Task Force did not outline the types ... 1 comment

  20. Mutant sperm-factories spread in testesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | BBC News

    ... and schizophrenia are more likely with older dads due to mutations in their sperm. And the risk of very serious health problems goes from around four in every 200 births to five in every 200 once the father passes the age of 50. The study, published ...

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