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10/19/2018
Why some breast cancer survivors are getting their implants removed - AOL


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Why some breast cancer survivors are getting their implants removed
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In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, Yahoo Lifestyle will be publishing first-person accounts of those who have been affected by the disease, which will be responsible for the deaths of an estimated 40,920 women (and nearly 500 men ...
Lake Charles Memorial Hospital introduces new technology for patients with breast cancerKPLC

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10/19/2018
Study: Let the Sun In to Cut Down on Germs - WebMD

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Study: Let the Sun In to Cut Down on Germs
WebMD
FRIDAY, Oct. 19, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Lots of sunlight in your home can significantly reduce levels of bacteria that flourish in the dark, a new study says. Researchers found that about 12 percent of bacteria, on average, were able to reproduce in ...
Sunlight kills indoor germs almost as well as UV raysZME Science
This easy morning task helps keep you healthy, says new studyNEWS.com.au
Letting The Sunshine In Can Kill Disease-Causing Bacteria IndoorsThe Inquisitr
ABC News -NPR -Scary Mommy -Infosurhoy
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10/18/2018
New hope for cystic fibrosis - UQ News

UQ News

New hope for cystic fibrosis
UQ News
A new triple-combination drug treatment being trialled at the Mater Hospital in Brisbane could increase the life expectancy of patients with cystic fibrosis. Mater Research Institute-University of Queensland (MRI-UQ) researcher Dr Lucy Burr said seven ...
#NACFC2018 — CFF Announces $100 Million 'Infection Research Initiative'Cystic Fibrosis News Today
New therapies pack a triple-drug punch to treat cystic fibrosisScience News
Triple Combo Regimens May Address Cause of Cystic FibrosisMonthly Prescribing Reference
Newsmax -Birmingham Business Journal -The BMJ -Phys.Org
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10/19/2018
Green leafy vegetables could help reduce macular degeneration risk - News-Medical.net

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Green leafy vegetables could help reduce macular degeneration risk
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A new study has shown that eating vegetable nitrates, found mainly in green leafy vegetables and beetroot, could help reduce your risk of developing early-stage age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Researchers at the Westmead Institute for Medical ...
New options for treatment of wet AMDOptician Online
Leafy green diet could prevent major cause of blindness — ResearchThe Borneo Post
Age Related Macular Degeneration Drug Market| Industry Insight 2018-2025 Covered players- Applied Genetic ...greenenergy24.com
chemicalindustry24.com -Morgan Newspaper USA (press release) (blog)
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10/19/2018
Gout Outcomes Better With Nurse-Led Care - Renal and Urology News

Renal and Urology News

Gout Outcomes Better With Nurse-Led Care
Renal and Urology News
Nurse-led gout care that in part involves patient education and engagement can significantly increase adherence to urate-lowering treatment and the likelihood of achieving target serum urate levels, according to a new study. British investigators ...
Study: Nurse-led care can be more successful in managing goutNews-Medical.net
Nurse-led care 'significantly more successful than GPs in treating gout', finds trialNursing Times
Practice nurse-led care better than GP care for treating goutNursing in Practice

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10/19/2018
Ebola outbreak in DR Congo 'controllable' - NEWS.com.au

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Ebola outbreak in DR Congo 'controllable'
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The leading Ebola expert at the US Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) believes an outbreak in DR Congo can be brought under control quickly and that the high rate of new cases is due largely to improved detection. The haemorrhagic fever's ...
HHS IG: Hospitals better prepared for Ebola after 2014 outbreakWashington Times
US official optimistic Congo Ebola outbreak can be controlledChannel NewsAsia
Welcome to the First War Zone Ebola CrisisForeign Policy
The BMJ -The African Exponent -CIDRAP -New Jersey Herald
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10/19/2018
5 Self-Care Tips to Cope with Blood Cancer Treatment - KXXV News Channel 25

KXXV News Channel 25

5 Self-Care Tips to Cope with Blood Cancer Treatment
KXXV News Channel 25
Getting through treatment for blood cancer can feel overwhelming, scary, or like things are out of your control. Despite feeling like there's nothing you can do to support your treatment, your role in taking care of yourself and your needs plays a big ...
Cancer: Could a 'universal' blood test make detection easier?Medical News Today
Getting on the path to ovarian cancer treatmentThe Miami Times

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10/19/2018
Innisfail mum in brave cancer battle after shock diagnosis - The Cairns Post

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Innisfail mum in brave cancer battle after shock diagnosis
The Cairns Post
“She's such a giving person,” says her daughter, Kerri Kang. “She would take the shirt off her back for anybody.” But right now, it is 55-year-old Innes who needs help. Having just recovered from breast cancer, she has been diagnosed with an aggressive ...

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10/18/2018
The elimination of HIV is in sight after a wonder drug saw infection rates plummet - NEWS.com.au

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The elimination of HIV is in sight after a wonder drug saw infection rates plummet
NEWS.com.au
A WONDER drug has seen new HIV infections in gay and bisexual men plummet to their lowest levels ever, creating hope that the virus can be eliminated in Australia. New research released by the Kirby Institute found rates in NSW among men who have sex ...
PrEP sees HIV diagnoses drop by a quarterAustralian Journal of Pharmacy (blog)
A blue pill is stopping HIV from spreading: ReportMoneycontrol.com
A blue pill is stopping HIV like never before, study showsETHealthworld.com
New Pittsburgh Courier -Yahoo7 News -MedPage Today -FOX 61
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10/19/2018
Mental health prize winner says 'we still have a long way to go' with treatment and services - ABC Local

ABC Local

Mental health prize winner says 'we still have a long way to go' with treatment and services
ABC Local
Janne McMahon OAM is a stalwart advocate for people living with mental illness, and her passion comes from firsthand knowledge. Key points: The 2018 Australian Mental Health Prize was awarded Friday evening; Professor of psychiatry Gavin Andrews AO ...
Why the 'outlook is good' for mental illnessThe Sydney Morning Herald
How to Help Your College Freshman Avoid DepressionWTOP
Dual winners of the 2018 Australian Mental Health Prize announcedUNSW Newsroom
Pulse -Creators Syndicate -Politics Nigeria -SUNY The New Paltz Oracle
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