BBC NewsWHO urges information sharing over novel coronavirus
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has urged countries with possible cases of novel coronavirus to share information. The move comes after Saudi Arabia said the development of diagnostic tests had been delayed by patent rights on the NCoV virus by ...
Limits on use of samples said to delay MERS-CoV efforts
WHO warns countries not to hoard secrets of coronavirus
WHO: Scientific red tape mars efforts vs. virus
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The Atlantic CitiesArkansas's Teen Birth Rate High, But Dropping With Rest Of US
Arkansas is among the states where the rate is dropping, but it has one of the highest rates. Arkansas had a 16 percent decline in overall teen births between 2007 and 2011. Brady Hamilton, a statistician with the National Center for Health Statistics, says the ...
The New Geography of Teen Mothers
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Teen birth rate drops, especially among Hispanics
CDC report finds teen birth rates on the downswing
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- Lawmaker would give FDA more oversight of drug compounding
By Toni Clarke. WASHINGTON | Thu May 23, 2013 6:07pm EDT. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Representative Edward Markey, a Democrat from Massachusetts, on Thursday became the latest lawmaker to propose legislation that would give the U.S. Food and ...
House GOPs Still Oppose Compounding Bill
Senate panel approves tighter oversight of compounding pharmacies, but bill is ...
Senate Committee Approves Bill on Compounding
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- Diners badly underestimate calories in fast-food meals
Teens underestimated the calories in fast-food meals by 34%; parents of school-age children by 23%; adults by 20%, study shows. Burger. Teens underestimate the calories in fast food, according to a new report. (Photo: Jacquelyn Martin, AP) ...
You're eating more calories than you think
How Many Calories in Your Fast-Food Meal? Guess Again
Consumers largely underestimating calorie content of fast food
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CTV NewsSports Seem OK For Many With Heart-Zapping Device
WASHINGTON (AP) — New research is challenging medical guidelines that say people with a heart-zapping device in their chests should avoid intense sports like basketball and soccer in favor of golf or bowling. Lots of patients ignore that take-it-easy advice ...
ICD May Be No Barrier to Active Sports
Competitive Sports Can Be Safe for Athletes With ICDs
Vigorous athletic activity is safe with implanted arrhythmia devices
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ABC NewsAlabama mystery illness solved: No new virus or bacteria involved
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Health officials investigating a cluster of mysterious illnesses in Alabama closed their investigation Thursday after determining the illnesses were unrelated and no new bacteria or viruses were involved. The investigation involved 10 ...
Cause of Respiratory Disease Cluster in Alabama Determined
Ala. Mystery Illness May Be Coincidence
CDC Investigating Respitory Illness
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UPI.comFish body oil may reduce risk of type 2 diabetes
BOSTON, May 23 (UPI) -- Fish body oil supplements modestly increase amounts of a hormone associated with lower risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease, U.S. researchers say. "While prior animal studies found fish oil increased circulating adiponectin, ...
Fish Oil Pills can Lower Risk of Diabetes Type-2
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Daily Dose Of Fish Oil May Reduce Risk Of Diabetes, Heart Disease
Fish oil 'may lower diabetes risk'
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AFPEmergency face transplant successfully performed in Poland
WARSAW, Poland Doctors in Poland say they have successfully completed a total face transplant only a few weeks following the victim's accident. Typically, the procedure only occurs months or even years after the incident. The urgent procedure was done on ...
Poland claims world's first life-saving face transplant
Poland Face Transplant Performed Just Weeks After Man Has Jaws Crushed In ...
Life-saving face transplant performed in Poland
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BBC NewsUniversal flu jab 'edges closer'
A way of creating more effective vaccines which could protect against a broad range of flu viruses has been reported by US researchers. A different seasonal flu jab is produced every year as the virus is a constantly shifting target. This animal study, published ...
New, stripped-down flu vaccine might work better, study finds
'Universal' flu vaccine effective in animals
Synthetic biology enables fast-adapting flu vaccines
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AFPBird flu virus is capable of human spread
Sydney Morning Herald
The bird flu virus that has killed 36 people in China is capable of human-to-human spread, scientists found in animal studies that highlight its pandemic potential. Ferrets experimentally infected with the new H7N9 strain passed it to other ferrets occupying the ...
Study: H7N9 shows limited aerosol transmission in ferrets
H7N9 bird flu can pass between mammals, researchers find
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H7N9 bird flu spreads much like ordinary flu
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