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Officials Tracing New York Ebola Patient’s Movements, While Reassuring a Wary … – New York Times


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Officials Tracing New York Ebola Patient's Movements, While Reassuring a Wary
New York Times
Mayor Bill de Blasio said that a doctor admitted to Bellevue Hospital Center on Thursday has tested positive for the Ebola virus, adding “there's no reason for New Yorkers to be alarmed.” Video by New York City Mayor's Office on Publish Date October 23, …
Craig Spencer Tests Positive For Ebola In New York CityHuffington Post
NYC's first Ebola patient in isolation amid city jittersUSA TODAY
From Guinea to the US: Timeline of first Ebola patient in New York CityCNN
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Millions of Ebola vaccine doses by end of 2015 – BBC News


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Millions of Ebola vaccine doses by end of 2015
BBC News
Millions of doses of an experimental Ebola vaccine will be produced by the end of 2015, the World Health Organization has announced. It said "several hundred thousand" would be produced in the first half of the year. And vaccines could be offered to health …
WHO Says Ebola Vaccine Trials Due December in West AfricaWall Street Journal
WHO expects around 200000 Ebola vaccine doses by mid-2015Reuters
​WHO speeding up development of Ebola vaccineCBS News
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House oversight panel examines response to Ebola crisis – USA TODAY


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House oversight panel examines response to Ebola crisis
USA TODAY
WASHINGTON — A House oversight panel on Friday will examine how well federal agencies are coordinating their response to the Ebola crisis. The hearing by the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee is the third Congress has held on Ebola …
Can you catch Ebola from a tube train?Mirror.co.uk
Pueblo officials to check Africa travelersPueblo Chieftain
TRAVEL BAN REVIEWCaribbean Life
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Scientists convert human skin cells directly into brain cells – Medical News Today


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Scientists convert human skin cells directly into brain cells
Medical News Today
By exposing skin cells to a particular combination of cell programming molecules, scientists managed to convert them into brain cells that behave like native cells. skin cells and neurons. Human skin cells (top) can be converted into medium spiny neurons …
Human Skin Cells Converted Directly to Brain Cells in a New StudyDiabetes Insider
Human skin cells converted directly into brain cellsDelhi Daily News
Human skin cells reprogrammed directly into brain cellsDeccan Herald
Counsel & Heal
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Flu shots on wheels, thanks to Uber – Dumb-Out


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Flu shots on wheels, thanks to Uber
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Anybody can avail of a ride from the Uber car service with the help of a smartphone app. But a one-time promotion from Uber also allowed free delivery of flu shots in some places. Flu shots, a staple in winter care regimen, were delivered in Washington DC, …
Uber's one-shot deal: Flu vaccine at your doorstepUSA TODAY
Uber offers flu shots on wheelsBoston Globe
Uber Wants To Give You A Flu Shot. Would You Let Them?Forbes
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ASD: Air Pollutants’ Surprising Side Effect – WallStreet OTC


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ASD: Air Pollutants' Surprising Side Effect
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A recent study led by the Heinz Endowments was conducted in Western Pennsylvania. The study researched a hypothesis according to which certain air pollutants may place a child at an increased risk for developing autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Early exposure to air pollution can lead to Autism says studyBeta Wired
Autism in children may have link to pollutionhelpmeoutDOC News – A consistent flow of medical news
Pollution 'doubles risk of autism in children'Express.co.uk
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Owner of Bridal Shop Visited by Ebola Nurse Puts Herself into Quarantine – People Magazine


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Owner of Bridal Shop Visited by Ebola Nurse Puts Herself into Quarantine
People Magazine
Fall is usually a busy season for Anna Younker, owner of Coming Attractions Bridal & Formal in Akron, Ohio. But shortly after Amber Vinson, 29, one of two Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital nurses to be infected with the Ebola virus, visited Younker's shop …
All you want to know about 9 Ebola cases in United StatesDaily News & Analysis
Ebola Outbreak 2014: Amber Vinson, Third American Diagnosed, is Now Ebola Crossmap
Ohio says all hospitals conducted Ebola drillsMiamiHerald.com
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Surgeons transplant heart that had stopped beating – BBC News


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Surgeons transplant heart that had stopped beating
BBC News
Surgeons in Australia say they have performed the first heart transplant using a "dead heart". Donor hearts from adults usually come from people who are confirmed as brain dead but with a heart still beating. A team at St Vincent's Hospital in Sydney revived …
Australian Doctors Make Heart-Transplant BreakthroughWall Street Journal
World-first surgery offers new hopeThe Australian
First successful dead heart transplants brings new hope to patientsIrish Times
Deutsche Welle -iAfrica.com
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Over-the-counter pain reliever recalled because packages contain wrong drug – The Post-Standard – syracuse.com


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Over-the-counter pain reliever recalled because packages contain wrong drug
The Post-Standard – syracuse.com
Syracuse, N.Y. — Boxes of naproxen sodium tablets sold under the brand name "Assured" are being recalled because some of the cartons contain ibuprofen, a different pain reliever. The drugs got switched because of a packaging error, according to the Food …
Packaging Error Of Assured Brand (Naproxen Sodium) Recalled From The MarketYouth Health Magzine
Assured Brand Naproxen Sodium Tablets RecalledWebMD
Packaging Error Prompts Recall of Naproxen PillsABC News
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China’s president pledges $81 million in Ebola aid – SFGate


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China's president pledges $81 million in Ebola aid
SFGate
Photo: Takaki Yajima, AP Chinese President Xi Jinping, right, shakes hands with his Tanzanian counterpart Jakaya Kikwete during a signing ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, Friday, Oct. 24, 2014. China said it will provide $81 million worth …
China pledges $82m against EbolaiAfrica.com

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