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The New Face of Richard Norris - GQ Magazine
  GQ Magazine Wounded warriors suffering ballistic facial injuries would now have a surgical option that would go light-years beyond the currently available treatments. No more Band-Aid cosmetic surgeries. No more skin grafts that might only complicate your app ....more | Save |  Share  Email 28th Jul 2014 
 
AP News in Brief at 5:58 am EDT - Washington Post
  SACO, Maine - Neighbors struggled to make sense of the shooting deaths of a family of five in which the father was known to many throughout their apartment complex as a friendly maintenance worker. Three children ranging from 4 to 12 were among the  ....more | Save |  Share  Email 28th Jul 2014 
 
The Sovaldi dilemma - Capital New York
  But the former governor of Alaska unwittingly heralded something real: As effective treatments like the Hepatitis C drug Sovaldi become more prevalent, more effective and more expensive, and as government seeks to subsidize health insurance for more ...and more&nb ....more | Save |  Share  Email 28th Jul 2014 
 
FDA accepts first application for biosimilar filgrastim - Healio
  "This filing acceptance represents a significant step toward making high-quality biologics more accessible in the US and we applaud FDA for its progress in making this a reality,? Mark McCamish, MD, PhD, head of global biopharmaceutical ....more | Save |  Share  Email 28th Jul 2014 
 
Limitations Of New Health Plans Rankle Some Enrollees - Kaiser Health News
  Such plans existed before the health law, but they've triggered a backlash as millions start to use the coverage they signed up for this year through the new federal and state marketplaces. The policies' limitations have ....more | Save |  Share  Email 28th Jul 2014 
 
Complete Darkness at Night Key Brings Maximum Success of Breast Cancer ... - International Business Times AU
  International Business Times AU In order to investigate the role of melatonin over the effectiveness of tamoxifen, a breast cancer drug widely used to fight against human breast cancer cells; inv ....more | Save |  Share  Email 28th Jul 2014 
 
Health insurance comes to Nigeria through mobile phone subscriptions - htxt.africa
  htxt.africa Called MTN Y'ello Health, the mobile service provider created an all-inclusive health insurance scheme that will allow subscribers to gain access to pre-defined treatments as well as selecting their own He ....more | Save |  Share  Email 28th Jul 2014 
 
Breakthrough in treatment of cancer cells - Express.co.uk
  Express.co.uk They have discovered how the body throws up a defence against therapy - and turned it off. It paves the way to making cancer far more vulnerable to the armoury of drugs already available and raises hopes they will become more potent ....more | Save |  Share  Email 28th Jul 2014 
 
All three PC leadership candidates committed to radiation therapy in new hospital - Western Star
  No matter who the next premier of Newfoundland and Labrador is, plans for a radiation therapy unit and a PET scanner remain the same for the new regional hospital in Corner Brook. After intense public lobby ....more | Save |  Share  Email 28th Jul 2014 
 
Researchers Explain why Asthma, Pneumonia Drugs Become Ineffective Over ... - Nature World News
  Nature World News Drugs used to treat asthma and pneumonia tend to work with the body's clock, a new study has found. The research explains why these drugs become ineffective over time. Both asthma and pn ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Jul 2014 
 
Ho? de ma?ini, arestat de poli?i?tii clujeni - Monitorul de Cluj
  Monitorul de Cluj Acesta se afla sub influen?a b?uturilor alcoolice, avānd o concentra?ie de 1,28 mg/l alcool pur īn aerul respirat. De asemenea, poli?i?tii au stabilit c? b?rbatul nu poseda permis de conducere?, informeaz? ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Jul 2014 
 
Cranial therapy combines modalities - Albuquerque Journal
  ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - A combination of spiritual and physical therapy known as Tibetan Cranial has helped several local people reduce stress and maintain function in the face of chronic illness. Poet and retired Albuquerque psychologist Paula Amar ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Jul 2014 
 
Program prepares Alzheimer's caregivers - 9NEWS.com
  In many cases, it's family members that eventually become caregivers for Alzheimer's patients. This is the case for Rick and Vicki Dindinger. In 2010, Rick was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. He is still in the early stages but hea ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Jul 2014 
 
BU biohazard lab is an empty fortress - Boston Globe
  "The CDC example is a wake-up call, if you needed a wake-up call,? said David Ozonoff, a Boston University professor and the longtime dean of its department of environmental health who opposes the lab. But Ronald Corley, the lab's director, ins ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Jul 2014 
 
Truesdale Health marks its centennial - Fall River Herald News
  Dr. Philemon E. Truesdale, a noted surgeon, founded Truesdale Clinic in 1914, making it the first ever clinic practice in the United States. He brought together a multidisciplinary group of physicians to practice together in one location, r ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Jul 2014 
 
Governor's lack of outrage is outrageous - Tbo.com
  Most prisons are not air-conditioned; they are old and in need of maintenance and major repairs. Inmates are expected to work on the prison grounds and have limited visitation and very few privileges. Some inmates are in cells, but the vast majorit ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Jul 2014 
 
ky. must move long-term care into community - Lexington Herald Leader
  Allow nurses to delegate more of their health maintenance tasks to trained direct care workers. The report reveals that in the top states (Alaska, Colorado, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Oregon, Vermont and Washington) nurses ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Jul 2014 
 
Woman with Alzheimer's disease distrustful of some in-home aides - Eagle-Tribune
  Question: I have a problem I have never seen addressed in your column. It is a rather sensitive issue but I doubt I am the only one who has ever come across this stumbling block. My mother has Alzheimer' ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Jul 2014 
 
Local company, BYU team up to improve treatment for those with Alzheimer's ... - fox13now.com
  PROVO, Utah - More than 5 million people in the United States are impacted by Alzheimer's disease, and a local company is teaming up with researchers at Brigham Young University to improve early diagno ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Jul 2014 
 
MTN Nigeria partners NHIS to introduce Mobile Health Insurance Scheme - BusinessDay
  htxt.africa The scheme will allow subscribers to gain access to pre-defined treatments and also freedom to choose their own Health Maintenance Organisation (HMO), and healthcare provider from over 6000 registered partner ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Jul 2014 
 
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