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US Healthcare Costs For Animal-Related Injuries Exceed $1 Billion Every Year

US healthcare costs for animal-related injuries exceed $1 billion every year Numbers likely to rise amid climate change and development pressure on animal habitats, warn researchers The..
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Dundee student fears Malawi witch doctors will hunt and kill her for body parts for being an albino

dundee student fears malawi witch doctors will hunt and kill her for body parts for being an albino
The 22-year-old asked for help while studying at Dundee University as she revealed people like her are often murdered and their bodies sold for witchcraft rituals.
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Controversial hospital plan prompts county leaders to ask NCH to reconsider policy changes [Video]Controversial hospital plan prompts county leaders to ask NCH to reconsider policy changes  02:36

There's growing outcry for a new plan by NCH Hospital in Naples, which physicians say would limit access to their patients after they are admitted. NCH is rolling out a new patient care program which..

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Here's Why You Should Being Afraid of MSG [Video]Here's Why You Should Being Afraid of MSG  01:01

If you’re still afraid of the seasoning MSG giving you headaches, you should know you’ve bought into a decades-old myth. The monosodium glutamate, or MSG, scare started with a 1968 letter to the..

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Doctors warning against shapewear [Video]Doctors warning against shapewear  01:01

Doctors have issued a warning against shapewear, saying that the garments could cause stomach problems if they are too tight.

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Lip Injection at ‘Botox Party’ Goes Horribly Wrong [Video]Lip Injection at ‘Botox Party’ Goes Horribly Wrong  01:22

A British woman nearly lost her top lip after getting fillers at a Botox party. Doctors say her story should serve as a warning to others. Rachael Knappier, 29, had filler injected into her lips at the..

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More Than a Third of Ebola Cases in DRC Are Children, Says UNICEF [Video]More Than a Third of Ebola Cases in DRC Are Children, Says UNICEF  01:45

More than one third of Ebola cases in the east of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) are children, with one in 10 cases involving a child under five, the UN’s children’s agency,..

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Breast cancer risk may increase for women after recent childbirth, study finds [Video]Breast cancer risk may increase for women after recent childbirth, study finds  02:51

New research led by doctors from the University of North Carolina and the Institute of Cancer Research in London shows women who have babies may have a greater risk for breast cancer, compared to women..

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Many young physicians don't get doctor-recommended child and family leave

(Reuters Health) - - Physicians training at many of the top U.S. medical schools get much less time off for childbearing and family leave than the 12 weeks recommended by doctors, two new studies..
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Lee Chong Wei will not force early return to badminton after receiving treatment for nose cancer

Malaysian badminton great Lee Chong Wei is to seek the all-clear from his doctors in Taiwan after his treatment for nose cancer, and probably won't be back on the courts until next month, reports said..
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STATIN SAGA: Statins' bittersweet truth divides doctors

Matter Of Heart: People with normal cholesterol also at risk
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Canadian doctors urge women to weigh pros and cons of breast cancer screening

(Reuters Health) - - When it's unclear whether the potential benefit of breast cancer screening outweighs the possible harms, doctors should encourage women to make an informed decision based on their..
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Badminton's Lee Chong Wei to seek cancer all-clear before resuming training

Malaysian badminton great Lee Chong Wei is to seek the all-clear from his doctors in Taiwan after his treatment for nose cancer, and probably won't be back on the courts until next month, reports said..
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Reasons why you should sit down and eat

Our parents and doctors have been tellling us to sit down and eat for years. It's time we take that advice seriously as sitting down has so many benefits to offer!
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Jaipur doctors help woman deliver triplets in 34th week of pregnancy

Three infants weighing 1.4kg, 1.7kg and 1.5kg were delivered through the cesarean section.
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'Narrative medicine' may help stem doctor burnout

(Reuters Health) - - As reports of rising levels of physician burnout and suicide accumulate, two pediatricians urge medical programs to consider using "narrative medicine" to help humanize practice..
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Patients often withhold relevant information from doctors

(Reuters Health) - - Patients commonly hold back information from doctors that could help in their healthcare, which could influence the care they receive or even harm them, researchers say.
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Sidhu injures vocal cords after hectic campaigning

Navjot Singh Sidhu addressed more than 70 public meetings as part of an extensive campaign schedule in the three poll-bound states of Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh and according to doctors..
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Boxer Adonis Stevenson suffered 'severe traumatic brain injury' in bout against Oleksandr Gvozdyk, say doctors

Adonis Stevenson was making his 10th title defence since winning his belt in 2013 by defeating American Chad Dawson.
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Sitting 32km away, Gujarat surgeon mends woman’s heart

Senior cardiologist Dr Tejas Patel performed an angioplasty on a middle-aged woman, who was in the operating theatre of his Apex Hospital, some 32km away, through the world’s first in-human..
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Sierra Leone doctors strike over conditions, nurses may follow

Doctors in Sierra Leone's public hospitals were on strike on Wednesday to protest against low wages and poor working conditions, and nurses said they may follow suit.
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World's first baby born via womb transplant from dead donor

- A woman in Brazil who received a womb transplanted from a deceased donor has given birth to a baby girl in the first successful case of its kind, doctors reported.
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Out on bail in stalking case, senior Mumbai executive jumps 25 floors to death

Doctors proclaimed him dead before arrival at hospital, said senior inspector Anil Deshmukh, who ruled out foul play and said prima facie, it appears to be suicide.
Credit: IndiaTimes - Published

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