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Parasite colonizing Florida snails could pose health risk – UPI.com

UPI.com Parasite colonizing Florida snails could pose health risk UPI.com “Humans can’t become infected with this parasite unless they eat an undercooked or raw snail,” Heather Walden said. By Brooks Hays | Feb.

US wraps up Ebola military mission in Liberia – Times of India

Times of India US wraps up Ebola military mission in Liberia Times of India WASHINGTON: Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf paid an emotional tribute to the American people as the United States formally wound up its successful five-month mission to combat the west African nation’s Ebola outbreak. With Liberia now in …

Data from largest U.S. tobacco study shows high use of multiple products – GlobalPost

Channel News Asia Data from largest U.S. tobacco study shows high use of multiple products GlobalPost (Reuters) – Preliminary results from the largest U.S. survey of tobacco consumption show a high number of people use multiple products, adding key data to the debate on the role of e-cigarettes in reducing harm from tobacco.

Swine flu cases surge in UP, Rajasthan and Gujarat; toll near 1000 – Hindustan Times

Daily News & Analysis Swine flu cases surge in UP, Rajasthan and Gujarat; toll near 1000 Hindustan Times With 33 new swine flu cases coming to light since Thursday, the total number of H1N1 patients in Uttar Pradesh on Friday climbed to 359, officials said. Swine flu claimed 39 more lives countrywide on Thursday as the death toll reached closer to the 1000 mark … Swine flu in Delhi: Most-affected state, country death toll reaches 1000 TheHealthSite Rajasthan: 6 more dead due to Swine flu, toll crosses 250 in state Firstpost Rajasthan Health Minister’s resignation demanded over swine flu deaths The Hindu Microfinance Monitor  - Daily News & Analysis  - Deccan Herald all 1,382 news articles »

Patient Transferred to the Hospital Mistaken to Have Ebola – American Live Wire

American Live Wire Patient Transferred to the Hospital Mistaken to Have Ebola American Live Wire Shortly after a patient was transported by the Arlington fire officials to the hospital from a Clarendon apartment using the Ebola protocols, the county came to a conclusion that the person is luckily not affected by this deadly disease that has recently gained a lot …

Weight-loss surgeries offer both benefits and risks for pregnant obese women – Dispatch Times

Dispatch Times Weight-loss surgeries offer both benefits and risks for pregnant obese women Dispatch Times Weight-loss surgeries “Being obese is not good for fertility, or for childbirth, or for the long-term benefit of that child,” said John Morton, president of the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery, and an associate professor of surgery at Stanford … New Study Investigates Potential Link Bariatric Surgery and Pregnancy …

Study: Parasite Infects Florida Snails – The Ledger

CBS Local Study: Parasite Infects Florida Snails The Ledger GAINESVILLE | A rare parasite found in snails and rats that can cause serious health problems in humans and animals is more pervasive in South Florida than previously thought, a new study has found. University of Florida scientists said the nightmarishly ..

Data from largest US tobacco study shows high use of multiple products – Reuters

Business Insider Data from largest US tobacco study shows high use of multiple products Reuters (Reuters) – Preliminary results from the largest U.S. survey of tobacco consumption show a high number of people use multiple products, adding key data to the debate on the role of e-cigarettes in reducing harm from tobacco. The results of the study, released …

FDA widening control over tobacco – 6abc.com

6abc.com FDA widening control over tobacco 6abc.com Mitch Zeller, the agency’s tobacco chief, told Action News today that efforts are underway to place controls on e-cigarettes, hookah, and cigars – which are all unregulated now.

Panel Recommends New, Better HPV Vaccine – NBCNews.com

ABC Online Panel Recommends New, Better HPV Vaccine NBCNews.com Children and young adults should get Merck’s new HPV vaccine to prevent various forms of cancer, including cervical cancer, federal advisers said Thursday. The Gardasil 9 vaccine protects against more strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV) that causes …

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