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    Record Drought Reveals Stunning Changes Along Colorado River
      With Lake Powell, the Colorado River reservoir, at historic lows, kayakers have new channels to explore. But alarm about drought in the West is rising. ....more | Save |  Share  Email 23rd Nov 2014 
     
    Britons Feeling Rootless After Changes to England's Historic Counties
      Counties are important in giving the English "both a self-identity and a way of being known," author says. ....more | Save |  Share  Email 23rd Nov 2014 
     
    Opening minds: the biotech company aiming to change stroke victims' lives - The Guardian
      The Guardian Hellebų, an experienced biotech executive who previously commuted from his Hampstead home to Oslo while head of the Norwegian firm Clavis Pharma, was brought in by Reneuron's directors this aut ....more | Save |  Share  Email 23rd Nov 2014 
     
    Kerala biotech firm receives US patent for Alzheimer's drug - mydigitalfc.com
      ... turmeric, has undergone human clinical trials in patients with Alzheimers disease at Chinese University of Hong Kong under Prof Larry Baum (2008) and found to be beneficial in preventing further cognitive decline. It ....more | Save |  Share  Email 23rd Nov 2014 
     
    Get swabbed on Nov. 27 to see if your stem cell can help others - Kawartha Media Group
      This event aims to register willing donors into a Canadian and an international stem cell database so they can be contacted if they are a match for a person in need (such as people with leukemia, Hunter's syndrom ....more | Save |  Share  Email 23rd Nov 2014 
     
    Costly Care at Hospital Practices - MedPage Today
      In an interview with MedPage Today, Ginsburg said some, but not all, the conclusions of the California study might be applicable to the rest of the country. With regard to management of medical practices, California has been something of a pl ....more | Save |  Share  Email 23rd Nov 2014 
     
    Crash likely caused by health emergency kills 1 - WISC Madison
      An autopsy has been requested as part of the investigation. At the time of the crash, the road was ice covered and slippery due to overnight weather conditions, and township roadway maintenance personnel had not yet been able to reach that ....more | Save |  Share  Email 23rd Nov 2014 
     
    Medicine used at India sterilisation camp poisonous, says Minister - South African Broadcasting Corporation
      South African Broadcasting Corporation Bedan Bai, 70, the mother of a victim who died after undergoing a sterilization surgery at a government mass sterilization camp, holds her granddaughter Kirt ....more | Save |  Share  Email 23rd Nov 2014 
     
    Sioux Fall surgeons' group stops selling implants - News & Observer
      SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - A group of Sioux Falls surgeons has stopped selling surgical implants at a local hospital amid concerns over conflicts of interest and legality. Great Plains Surgical Distributors is owned by nine Ort ....more | Save |  Share  Email 23rd Nov 2014 
     
    Health Care M&A Leads Global Deal Surge - ABC News
      ABC News In a big year for deal making, the health care industry is a standout. Large drugmakers are buying and selling businesses to control costs and deploy surplus cash. A rising stock market, tax strategies and low interest rates are also fuelin ....more | Save |  Share  Email 23rd Nov 2014 
     
    A dopehead on the job, and dopiness at UConn - New Canaan Advertiser
      Chris Powell Connecticut matters Congratulations to state government on a rare triumph of public administration, the dismissal of a maintenance worker at the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington who was caught smoking ....more | Save |  Share  Email 23rd Nov 2014 
     
    Thai King Bhumibol reappears, quashing health concerns - BBC News
      BBC News King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand has attended an official ceremony, quashing speculation about his health. The ailing monarch had failed to appear for the confirmation of two ministers scheduled for Friday, raising concerns. H ....more | Save |  Share  Email 23rd Nov 2014 
     
    Kellie Maloney nearly died after a cosmetic surgery procedure went drastically ... - The Independent
      The Independent Maloney had already undergone hormone therapy, hair removal electrolysis, counselling and voice coaching when she went into surgery in Antwerp on November 4 to look more femini ....more | Save |  Share  Email 23rd Nov 2014 
     
    Free clinics put bandage on health care gaps - Lancaster Eagle Gazette
      Clinic workers helped Woerner, of Newark, obtain health insurance through Medicaid after the program was expanded to people who earned up to 138 percent of the federal poverty level. Last year, that was $15,856 for an individual and ....more | Save |  Share  Email 23rd Nov 2014 
     
    Clinical Oncology in the 21st Century: Reflections on how Healthcare Providers ... - OncLive
      OncLive There is an ever-growing variety of social media platforms, which, depending on the reader, can be either exciting or not. For the enthusiastic early adopter, these channels offer a new experi ....more | Save |  Share  Email 23rd Nov 2014 
     
    Health Sense: Health insurance still 'velvet handcuffs' stalling retirement - Madison.com
      Madison.com More than 10 million Americans gained health insurance this year through the Affordable Care Act marketplace or Medicaid expansion, according to researchers from Harvard University and the feder ....more | Save |  Share  Email 23rd Nov 2014 
     
    Kellie Maloney nearly died, after a cosmetic surgery procedure went ... - The Independent
      The Independent Maloney had already undergone hormone therapy, hair removal electrolysis, counselling and voice coaching when she went into surgery in Antwerp on November 4 to look more feminine. "When I looked at ....more | Save |  Share  Email 23rd Nov 2014 
     
    Stem cell trial to begin for children suffering from cerebral palsy - Sydney Morning Herald
      Sydney Morning Herald About 20 Australian children with cerebral palsy will be infused with their own umbilical cord blood in a trial due to start next year, as physicians warn families against travelling oversea ....more | Save |  Share  Email 23rd Nov 2014 
     
    University of Chicago's Dr. Donald F. Steiner, pioneer in diabetes research ... - Chicago Sun-Times
      "His research touched the life of every person in the world who uses insulin to treat their diabetes. In the U.S., that's 5.8 million people, and about 50 million worldwide,? said Graeme Bell, ....more | Save |  Share  Email 23rd Nov 2014 
     
    Biology: Missteps made in Ebola preparation, response - Columbus Dispatch
      Biologists first described Ebola in 1976 in the Democratic Republic of Congo, then known as Zaire. The population there has more than doubled since then. The same has occurred in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea - west African co ....more | Save |  Share  Email 23rd Nov 2014 
     
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