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Effective Ebola Vaccine May Be Here: Health Officials – WebMD - WebMD

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Effective Ebola Vaccine May Be Here: Health Officials – WebMD
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"The 'ring' vaccination method adopted for the vaccine trial is based on the smallpox eradication strategy," John-Arne Rottingen, director of the division of infectious disease control at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health and chair of the study ...
WHO: Trials show new Ebola vaccine is 'highly effective'CNN
Vaccine success holds hope for end to deadly scourge of EbolaReuters
The World Health Organization Has a Huge Announcement to Make About EbolaIJ Review
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Mental health suffers most in major nuclear accidents, studies find - Fox News

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Mental health suffers most in major nuclear accidents, studies find
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"Although the radiation dose to the public from Fukushima was relatively low, and no discernible physical health effects are expected, psychological and social problems, largely stemming from the differences in risk perceptions, have had a devastating ...
Health fallout from Fukushima mainly mental: studiesYahoo News

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More Previously Uninsured Californians Got Coverage Under Obamacare - NPR

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More Previously Uninsured Californians Got Coverage Under Obamacare
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Just over two-thirds of Californians who did not have health insurance before the Affordable Care Act went into full effect in 2014 are now covered, according to a survey from the Kaiser Family Foundation. The newly insured are much less likely to say ...
Obamacare: 70 percent of previously uninsured Californians now have health plansSan Jose Mercury News

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The Biggest Health Fear Women Have In Their 60s - Huffington Post

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The Biggest Health Fear Women Have In Their 60s
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Health complaints change over the decades. What worries us at 25 is very different than our concerns at 40. We asked the HuffPost Lifestyle Facebook community to tell us what they worried about most and then conferred with experts. Here's what we learned.

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Well | The Weekly Health Quiz: Getting Fit, a Banned Drug and Girls vs. Boys - New York Times (blog)

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Well | The Weekly Health Quiz: Getting Fit, a Banned Drug and Girls vs. Boys
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Billy has Marfan syndrome, a connective tissue disorder. Billy wants people living with this condition to be proud of their long fingers, arms and legs.Credit Rick Guidotti. Email; Share; Tweet; Save; More ...


Meet The California Family That Has Made Health Policy Its Business - NPR

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Meet The California Family That Has Made Health Policy Its Business
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If there's such a thing as the first family of health care, the Lees may be it. Five decades ago, two brothers helped start Medicare. Their father inspired them and they, in turn, have inspired the next generation. To mark the anniversary of President ...
Sanders advocates for single-payer health-care system on Medicare anniversaryWashington Post

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Obese patients face long odds against returning to a healthy weight - Fox News

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Obese patients face long odds against returning to a healthy weight
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The odds are against obese men and women trying to get to a healthy weight, particularly if they are severely obese, a U.K. study suggests. Researchers followed 76,704 obese men and 99,791 obese women for up to nine years. In any given year during the ...
GPs failing to help obese patients lose weight after mistaking low health ...ABC Online

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Health Clubs and Resorts Catch On With Older Adults - New York Times

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Health Clubs and Resorts Catch On With Older Adults
New York Times
To help him stay on track, he and his wife, who has lost 30 pounds, spend a week each year at Hilton Head Health, a weight loss resort in South Carolina, which costs $3,290 per person, per week ($2,800 per person if two or more come together). There ...


CVS And IBM's Watson Cloud Pursue Ways To Predict Patient Health - Forbes

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CVS And IBM's Watson Cloud Pursue Ways To Predict Patient Health
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Through better technology, health care companies are trying to provide doctors with fast and simple access to health information via electronic medical records and claims data from pharmacies and insurers. It's also an important development as the ...
IBM Watson Health now counts CVS Health as a partnerFortune
CVS Health Taps IBM's Watson To Predict Patient Health Decline Before It HappensTechCrunch
IBM Watson, CVS deal: How the smartest computer on earth could shake up health ...Washington Post
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Federal grant targets urban health disparities in Oklahoma - Washington Times

Federal grant targets urban health disparities in Oklahoma
Washington Times
The proposed study couples community outreach with an enhanced web-based health risk assessment that will be used by participants to manage their health. It's designed to give participants additional tools for improving health, including individualized ...

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