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How Diplomat Secretly Exported Ebola to Port Harcourt – The Streetjournal

Irish Independent How Diplomat Secretly Exported Ebola to Port Harcourt The Streetjournal Facts have emerged on how a Nigerian diplomat infected a medical doctor with the deadly Ebola Virus just as health authorities announced that it had been effectively controlled in Lagos. Street Journal gathered that the diplomat who had primary contact with … Nigeria Finds First Ebola Death Outside Lagos, Ministry Says Businessweek Doctor dies of Ebola in Nigeria’s oil hub Port Harcourt Reuters Nigeria’s Health Minister Confirms Two Ebola Cases In Port Harcourt CHANNELS The Guardian  - Irish Independent all 272 news articles »

Transmission Rate for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus Studies … – HCPLive

Fox News Transmission Rate for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus Studies … HCPLive WEDNESDAY, Aug

Using light, scientists turn bad mouse memories into good ones – Christian Science Monitor

Christian Science Monitor Using light, scientists turn bad mouse memories into good ones Christian Science Monitor Scientists say they have successfully used light to manipulate the neurons in the brains of mice to turn fearful memories into happier ones.

First case of West Nile this year reported in Douglas County – KETV Omaha

KETV Omaha First case of West Nile this year reported in Douglas County KETV Omaha The infected individual is a woman older than 50 who has underlying medical conditions. She had no travel history, and she was hospitalized but has been released. “Our first West Nile case usually occurs about this time of year,” Health Director Dr

Tomato-rich diet ‘reduces prostate cancer risk’ – NHS Choices

Belfast Telegraph Tomato-rich diet ‘reduces prostate cancer risk’ NHS Choices “Tomatoes ‘cut risk of prostate cancer by 20%’,” the Daily Mail reports, citing a study that found men who ate 10 or more portions a week had a reduced risk of the disease.

Risk of death from colon cancer lower among those with intestinal polyps – Oncology Nurse Advisor

Oncology Nurse Advisor Risk of death from colon cancer lower among those with intestinal polyps Oncology Nurse Advisor According to a new study published in The New England Journal of Medicine, patients with precancerous adenomatous intestinal polyps have a lower risk of cancer-related death than previously thought. Researchers in Norway used the Cancer Registry and ..

Travel ban to Ebola affected countries, UK officials say – BBC News

BBC News Travel ban to Ebola affected countries, UK officials say BBC News The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office says all travel to Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia should be avoided – unless essential, due to the Ebola outbreak. British Airways has suspended flights to Sierra Leone and Liberia and other airlines are taking … Ebola outbreak: Six reasons why it’s out of control CTV News Ebola Could Eventually Afflict More Than 20000, WHO Says Boston.com What Ebola Survivors Reveal About the Virus, ZMapp ABC News Salt Lake Tribune  - Washington Post  - U.S.

Beaumont mosquito pool tests positive for West Nile – Beaumont Enterprise

Vaccine News Daily Beaumont mosquito pool tests positive for West Nile Beaumont Enterprise This 2006 file photo made available by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows a female Aedes aegypti mosquito acquiring a blood meal from a human host at the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta. A mosquito-borne virus appears to be … West Nile Virus found in mosquito trap in Kane County Elgin Courier News West Nile mosquitoes found in Wichita Falls Times Record News Four Oklahoma West Nile virus cases reported NewsOK.com The Port Arthur News  - Los Angeles Times  - KFDX all 199 news articles »

Study questions colonoscopy surveillance guidelines – Fox News

Fox News Study questions colonoscopy surveillance guidelines Fox News For patients who have had precancerous polyps removed, colonoscopy surveillance guidelines may differ depending on the type, according to Counsel & Heal.

NIH to launch Ebola vaccine trials in humans – Los Angeles Times

CNN NIH to launch Ebola vaccine trials in humans Los Angeles Times With the first human trials of Ebola vaccines getting underway, officials say that existing public health measures will continue to be the mainstay of efforts to stop the spread of Ebola. With the first human trials of Ebola vaccines getting underway, officials say … Ebola vaccine to be tested in humans at NIH Clinical Center in Maryland this fall Washington Post US officials announce Ebola vaccine trial launch USA TODAY Human trial of experimental Ebola vaccine to start next week CNN Wall Street Journal  - Reuters  - Daily Mail all 185 news articles »

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