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A hospital in Western Australia says it is treating a patient as a suspected Ebola case. Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in Perth said in a statement Tuesday that it has one patient being tested for the virus. Ebola has been blamed for about 2,800 deaths throughout West Africa from the worst outbreak ...
Japan Times · 11 hours ago
MONDAY, Sept. 22, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- New research raises doubts about the possible benefits of e-cigarettes for people with cancer. Smokers with cancer who used e-cigarettes along with traditional cigarettes were more dependent on nicotine than those who didn't use the devices, a Memorial ...
National Womens Health Information Center · 21 hours ago
Roasted peanuts are more likely to trigger an allergic reaction than raw peanuts, according to a new study. An Oxford University research team says chemical changes caused by dry roasting processes may prime the body’s immune system, sparking future allergic reactions, BBC News reported. The ...
FOXNews.com · 20 hours ago
The link between a protein typically associated with Alzheimer's disease and its impact on memory and cognition may not be as clear as once thought, according to a new study from the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Waisman Center. The findings are revealing more information about the earliest ...
Medical News Today · 8 hours ago
A study using smartphone technology found that people tend to drink more on days when they are more physically active. The Northwestern Medicine study tracked 150 people ages 18-89 who recorded their physical activity and alcohol use in smartphones for 21 consecutive days at three different periods ...
FOXNews.com · 1 hour ago
I think that peanut butter M&Ms are one of the tastiest invention in candy history, but not everyone agrees. Some people are allergic to peanuts, and some people just don't like 'em. These people wouldn't find a box full of peanut butter M&Ms in a plain M&Ms box to be a pleasant surprise, so 36 lots ...
Atlanta Journal And Constitution · 27 hours ago
[embedded content] TWO RIVERS, Wis., Sept. 23 (UPI) -- A Wisconsin man whose back injury led to a condition giving him 100 orgasms a day said the near-constant arousal has ruined his life. Dale Decker, 37, of Two Rivers, said he has suffered a condition known as Persistent Genital Arousal Syndrome ...
UPI · 6 hours ago
Ask a group of 13-year-olds if they know what cancer is, and they'll most likely provide you with a resounding "yes." Ask them to explain bipolar disorder, however, and you'll probably receive a jumbled answer -- or a puzzled stare. Around 42.5 million American adults suffer from some mental illness ...
Yahoo! News · 1 hour ago
Findings support idea that work-related stress contributes to development of respiratory disorder TUESDAY, Sept. 23, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Fear of losing your job can increase the risk for developing asthma, according to a new European study. The study involved more than 7,000 employed adults in ...
Health Day · 5 hours ago
( EMAILWIRE.COM , September 23, 2014 ) 1509 Green Mountain Drive, Little Rock, Arkansas, AR -- Celiacs and gluten sensitive expectant moms have concerns that choosing a Gluten-free diet while being pregnant won't give the developing baby enough nutrients. Thrive company offers Prenatal vitamins ...
Minyanville · 4 hours ago