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EU approves Novartis’ Signifor drug for rare hormonal disorder – Reuters


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EU approves Novartis' Signifor drug for rare hormonal disorder
Reuters
ZURICH (Reuters) – The European Commission has approved Novartis' drug Signifor to treat a rare hormonal disorder, the Swiss drugmaker said on Monday. The drug, used to treat adults with acromegaly for whom surgery is not an option, was approved …
Novartis drug Signifor(R) approved in EU, marking an advance for patients with MarketWatch

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Talk Therapy 60% More Effective in Preventing Suicides – American Live Wire


American Live Wire

Talk Therapy 60% More Effective in Preventing Suicides
American Live Wire
Latest research shows that talk therapy can be highly beneficial for people at high risk of committing suicide. Talk therapy, according to the Mental Health Foundation in UK, works by eradicating negative thoughts and bringing some positive changes in the …
Study Shows We Can Stop Suicide By Talking it OutDiabetes Insider
Talk therapy helps bring down suicide riskZee News
Talk Therapy Can Reduce Suicide Risk In High-Risk GroupsBeta Wired
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War against Ebola in West Africa remains a tough fight – USA TODAY


USA TODAY

War against Ebola in West Africa remains a tough fight
USA TODAY
MONROVIA, Liberia — A snapshot of the Ebola epidemic raging across West Africa shows a wildfire of infections only slightly contained. While cases have been on the decline in Liberia, the outbreak is worsening in neighboring countries, where basic …
Health Highlights: Nov. 23, 2014Philly.com
Ebola infection count exceeds 15300: WHODaily Times
Mali records new Ebola case, linked to dead nurseAsiaOne
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In Egypt Pregnant Women Dies of Swine Flu – Beta Wired


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In Egypt Pregnant Women Dies of Swine Flu
Beta Wired
On Sunday a woman, who was s ix months pregnant, died of the swine flu in Egypt. She was in an intensive care unit of governorate hospital in Nile Delta. Spokesperson of a health ministry said that the woman was six months pregnant at the time of death.
Pregnant Egyptian woman dies of H1N1 swine fluAPA
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Pregnant Egyptian woman dies from swine flu: officialsDaily Digest
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Running: The key to staying young? – Sydney Morning Herald


Sydney Morning Herald

Running: The key to staying young?
Sydney Morning Herald
A new study has revealed the potential long-term health benefits of regular running. The study, published by online journal Plos One looked at men and women over the age of 65 who either walk or run for exercise. Researchers from Humboldt State …
Run and Jog – And Stay Forever Young!Pioneer News
Running Can Keep You YoungUniversity Herald
Researchers declare exercise as a secret of staying young for a longer timeEmpire State Tribune
Diabetes Insider -RedOrbit
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Journey through the Ebola heartland in Sierra Leone and Guinea – BBC News


BBC News

Journey through the Ebola heartland in Sierra Leone and Guinea
BBC News
The current Ebola outbreak is the worst the world has ever seen. One reason it's been able to spread so quickly is because of where it first emerged: in the porous remote border area between Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia. We have just made the journey …
The suit designed to come between NHS Ebola workers and deathTelegraph.co.uk
Ebola Survey Teams Take A Grim Census In Sierra LeoneNPR (blog)
Ebola crisis: British medic returns 'home' to Sierra Leone to treat sick in country Mirror.co.uk

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Bandits steal blood samples thought to contain Ebola – The Week Magazine


The Week Magazine

Bandits steal blood samples thought to contain Ebola
The Week Magazine
Highway bandits in Guinea took off with a haul of cash, cell phones, jewelry, and blood samples believed to contain the Ebola virus. The samples were taken from a Red Cross courier, one of nine passengers in the taxi, NPR reports. The taxi was on its way …
Highway Bandits Steal Blood Vials Believed To Contain Ebola VirusAmerican Live Wire

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Nestlé’s New Exercise in a Bottle – Beta Wired


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Nestlé's New Exercise in a Bottle
Beta Wired
The Holy Grail may have arrived for people who want to lose weight. Nestle is busy working on a fat-burning solution that can be put into your food, and they believe it will mimic what doing exercise does for your body. What you don't get is all sweaty and …
Nestle Invents Every Lazy Person's Dream ProductVoice Chronicle
Nestle 'Exercise in a bottle' is like storm in a teacupNorthern Voices Online
Nestle's next food frontier: Exercise in a bottleBuffalo News
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Men might be more helpful to women in heels – Philly.com


Men might be more helpful to women in heels
Philly.com
You probably already know that women in high heels are generally perceived as more attractive than flats-wearing counterparts. But according to a French study, women who choose heels might be more likely to get a helping hand, too – from men, anyway.

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Alarmingly High Number Of Diabetes Sufferers In The UAE – Abu Dhabi City Guide


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Alarmingly High Number Of Diabetes Sufferers In The UAE
Abu Dhabi City Guide
According to the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), 18.98% of the UAE population was living with diabetes in 2013. Further, UAE was ranked 15th worldwide for diabetes occurrence. The prevalence of the condition in adults between the ages of 20-79 is …
Diabetes, sleep loss wreak health havocWaterbury Republican American
More than 5000 US kids diagnosed annually with Type 2 diabetesMiamiHerald.com

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