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  • Panic, not Ebola, is biggest enemy, civic and health leaders say

    Panic, not Ebola, is biggest enemy, civic and health leaders say
    There have been no confirmed cases of Ebola so far in Southern California, but anxiety over the disease has taken root. On Friday morning, health officials in Ventura County quelled rumors of a potential Ebola patient in Thousand Oaks. The patient did...
  • Exclusive: Salesforce to make big push into healthcare industry

    Exclusive: Salesforce to make big push into healthcare industry
    Salesforce Inc is betting big on healthcare, hiring key personnel and ramping up investment in hopes of replacing outmoded medical industry infrastructure and carving out a $1 billion annual business. Its push into healthcare follows years of attempts...
  • Maybe my mentally ill child would still be alive

    Maybe my mentally ill child would still be alive
    My adult son suffered from severe bipolar disorder. During his first manic episode in 1994, he became psychotic, paranoid and lost touch with reality. He made many attempts to get into the White House for what he thought were scheduled meetings with...
  • Are wireless phones linked with brain cancer risk?

    Are wireless phones linked with brain cancer risk?
    (Reuters Health) - Swedes who talked on mobile or cordless phones for more than 25 years had triple the risk of a certain kind of brain cancer compared to those who used wireless phones for less than a year, a new study suggests. The odds of...
  • Florida monitoring six people returning from Ebola zone

    Florida monitoring six people returning from Ebola zone
    The Florida Department of Health has begun to actively monitor six low-risk people who have returned to the state from Ebola-affected countries, the department announced on Monday afternoon. For 21 days, staff from county health departments will visit...
  • New York child doesn't have Ebola, initial test shows

    New York child doesn't have Ebola, initial test shows
    A child in New York City tested negative for Ebola on Monday, health officials announced. The child, who had recently been in the Ebola-affected nation of Guinea, took ill Sunday night and was isolated at Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan, the New York...
  • Peninsula region hospitals and their emergency rooms

    CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OF THE KING'S DAUGHTERS, Norfolk Certification: Currently the state does not have a trauma designation for pediatrics, but the hospital has "all of the services required for comprehensive pediatric trauma care, from ER care to the...
  • Lehigh Valley health events include Lehigh Parkway hike, Delaware & Lehigh Half Marathon

    Lehigh Valley health events include Lehigh Parkway hike, Delaware & Lehigh Half Marathon
    LEHIGH PARKWAY HIKE 1 Take a hike at Allentown's scenic Lehigh Parkway at 10 a.m. Nov. 15. The two-hour, two-mile hike will take you through the park, which runs along the Little Lehigh Creek in Allentown. The park features more than five miles of...
  • Disorder among states' Ebola strategies raises worries

    Disorder among states' Ebola strategies raises worries
    The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued new guidelines on dealing with travelers from Ebola-stricken regions Monday, but its lack of firm rules left a patchwork of state-by-state strategies that include mandatory quarantines for some...
  • Ebola fight takes stage at physicians' gathering in Chicago

     Ebola fight takes stage at physicians' gathering in Chicago
    With Ebola still a pressing concern in emergency rooms across the country, a Chicago medical conference this week aims to educate physicians about treating patients and protecting themselves. About 6,000 physicians gathered at McCormick Place for the...
  • It's Not Teens' Fault — School Starts Too Early

    It's Not Teens' Fault — School Starts Too Early
    In recent weeks, several articles reported the results of significant studies that concluded the well-being of high school students is compromised by a lack of adequate sleep. Stories in The New York Times and The Atlantic examined these studies and...