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  • Patient exposed to Ebola to be treated at Maryland clinic

    The National Institutes of Health announced Saturday it expects to admit a patient exposed to the Ebola virus in the "coming days." The patient is an American doctor who was exposed to the virus while volunteering in Sierra Leone, according to a...
  • Diabetes rates may be leveling off overall: U.S. health officials

    Diabetes rates may be leveling off overall: U.S. health officials
    The drastic increases in the number of people living with diabetes and the number of new cases diagnosed each year may have leveled off, according to U.S. health officials. Researchers found little change in the prevalence and incidence of diabetes...
  • Lake County promoting public safety on World Rabies Day

    Lake County promoting public safety on World Rabies Day
    Rabies may be a terrible disease – but rabies awareness is something that Lake County is working hard to promote. The Florida Department of Health in Lake County plans to recogne World Rabies Day next week, and to promote its main theme this year,...
  • Domestic violence common among same-sex partners: review

    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Domestic violence occurs as much and possibly more among same-sex couples as among opposite-sex couples, according to a fresh look at past research. The study team can't say why domestic violence may be more common among...
  • Ebola epidemic more deadly than all previous combined, report says

    Ebola epidemic more deadly than all previous combined, report says
    The Ebola epidemic has already killed more people than all previous outbreaks combined, and an alarming new analysis by the World Health Organization suggests it already may be too late to prevent the virus from taking up permanent residence among...
  • U.S. hospitals unprepared to handle Ebola waste

    U.S. hospitals unprepared to handle Ebola waste
    U.S. hospitals may be unprepared to safely dispose of the infectious waste generated by any Ebola virus disease patient to arrive unannounced in the country, potentially putting the wider community at risk, biosafety experts said. Waste management...
  • U.S. rate of Type 2 diabetes stabilizes, CDC reports

    U.S. rate of Type 2 diabetes stabilizes, CDC reports
    After growing steadily for nearly two decades, the rate of Type 2 diabetes among American adults appears to have stalled, according to a comprehensive new study from researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC team said the...
  • India-Africa trade summit postponed due to Ebola outbreak

    NEW DELHI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - An event aimed at promoting trade and investment between India and Africa has been postponed due to concerns over the deadly Ebola outbreak, India's foreign affairs ministry said on Wednesday. The worst Ebola...
  • Aid groups urge faster, grassroots Ebola response as world leaders meet

    WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Every 30-day delay in isolating Ebola patients will cause a tripling in daily cases of the deadly epidemic sweeping West Africa, according to new forecasts released on Tuesday. As world leaders gather in New York...
  • EEUU anticipa más de 500.000 casos de ébola en África Occidental

    NUEVA YORK/GINEBRA (Reuters) - Expertos mundiales lanzaron el martes nuevas advertencias sobre la magnitud del brote de ébola en África Occidental, que según estimaciones del Gobierno de Estados Unidos podría infectar entre 500.000 y 1,4 millones de...
  • ‘The Strain': Kevin Durand channels his inner Viking warrior for Fet

     
    There are few things that will bond a cast of actors more closely than two consecutive weeks of filming at […]...