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China WHO chief: Beijing H7N9 situation unsurprising – Bay Area Chronicle

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BEIJING (AP) — A Global Health Organization official stated Sunday it wasn&#8217t surprising that the new strain of bird flu has spread to China&#8217s capital after sickening dozens within the eastern area of the country. Up to Saturday when Beijing authorities reported the main city&#8217s first situation of H7N9, every case have been in Shanghai […]

Sounds might help Strengthen Memory throughout Sleep – Character World News

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&#013 Sounds which are synchronized using the brain&#8217s slow shake help enhance memory, new research reported. Slow shake within the brain occur throughout slow-wave sleep and therefore are connected with memory. The seem stimulations will also help an individual sleep better. &#013 &#8220The beauty is based on the tranquility of to use auditory stimulation at low […]

Food and drug administration advisory panel to reconsider Avandia safety – Reuters

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By Ransdell Pierson Comes to an end Apr 12, 2013 5:19pm EDT (Reuters) &#8211 A federal health advisory panel in June will reconsider safety data on GlaxoSmithKline Plc&#8217s Avandia diabetes drug, even though the British drugmaker on Friday stated it’s not searched for permission to help make the nearly stopped drug broadly available again within the U . s . States. The U.S. […]

Four Reasons Doctors Worry About Social Media – #GetOverIt – Forbes

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I’m fortunate enough to spend a lot of time interacting with physicians, entrepreneurs, and investors on the bleeding edge of digital health – and it’s a consistently thrilling experience. At the same time, the continuous exposure to the imaginative and the extraordinary can also be a bit deceptive.  Self-associating groups, as Sunstein has discussed, tend […]

Woman becomes first in the world to fall pregnant after womb transplant – Daily Mail

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Derya Sert, 22, from Anamur, southern Turkey, was born without a womb In August 2011, she was first woman to undergo successful womb transplant Doctors waited 18 months before carrying out IVF fertility treatment Two weeks later doctors say test results ‘consistent with early pregnancy’ By Vanessa Allen and Fiona Macrae PUBLISHED: 09:40 EST, 12 […]

Doctors urged to pause before they post, text, email – azcentral.com

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FDA finds widespread safety issues at compounding pharmacies – Washington Post

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Post Contributor Badge This commenter is a Washington Post contributor. Post contributors aren’t staff, but may write articles or columns. In some cases, contributors are sources or experts quoted in a story. More about badges | Request a badge Source Article from http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/fda-finds-widespread-safety-issues-at-compounding-pharmacies/2013/04/11/5321e17a-a20d-11e2-be47-b44febada3a8_story.htmlFDA finds widespread safety issues at compounding pharmacies – […]

2 Men in China Die of Lesser-Known Strain of Bird Flu – New York Times

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The authorities said the two Shanghai men, 27 and 87 years old, fell ill after contracting the H7N9 strain in February and died in March. A third person, a 35-year-old woman from the city of Chuzhou, in neighboring Anhui Province, also contracted the strain and is critically ill. China’s National Health and Family Planning Commission […]

Hormone therapy linked to cancer – UPI.com

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LOS ANGELES, March 31 (UPI) — Women given estrogen plus progestin — hormone replacement therapy — have a greater chance of contracting breast cancer, U.S. researchers say. Dr. Rowan T. Chlebowski of the Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute, the lead researcher, and colleagues looked at postmenopausal women with no prior hysterectomy with negative mammograms within […]

Unusual Bird Flu Virus Kills Two Men In China – Medical News Today

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Editor’s ChoiceMain Category: Bird Flu / Avian Flu Also Included In: Infectious Diseases / Bacteria / Viruses Article Date: 31 Mar 2013 – 13:00 PDT email to a friend   printer friendly   opinions   <!–   rate article Patient / Public: Healthcare Prof: Two men have died in Shanghai after being infected with the […]

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