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    • 31 JAN 14
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    Most women have abortion even after seeing ultrasound: Study

    A new study reveals that almost all women who opt to see an ultrasound image of their fetus before having an abortion decide to go through with the procedure. The research, which was published in Obstetrics and Gynecology in December 2013, included 15,575 women who planned to have an abortion at one of

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    • 30 JAN 14
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    Some babies mistakenly injected with oral vaccine

    Some health care providers make a mistake when giving the rotavirus vaccine to babies, injecting the vaccine as a shot instead of placing drops in the infant’s mouth as is required, a new report finds. Between 2006 and 2013, there were 39 reports of the rotavirus vaccine being administered as a

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    • 30 JAN 14
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    CDC NPIN presents In the Know: Social Media for Public Health Webcast Series

    CDC NPIN presents In the Know: Social Media for Public Health Webcast Series

      Having trouble viewing this email? View it as a Web page. We are pleased to announce an upcoming webcast series starting Tuesday, Feb. 19 at 2 PM EST, titled, “In the Know: Social Media for Public Health”. Each webcast will feature social media experts discussing how to harness the latest social media tools for

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    • 30 JAN 14
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    FDA: Don’t let your dog into your chocolate Easter candy leftovers

    The Easter season is over, leaving behind a plethora of chocolate treats and sweets. While enjoying them in moderation might not be the worst thing for your health, a leftover chocolate Easter bunny can cause deadly effects for your pet dogs. The Food and Drug Administration issued a warning on Tuesday in a blog post

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    • 30 JAN 14
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    E. Ind. nurse charged with medical ‘interference’ San Francisco Chronicle

    E. Ind. nurse charged with medical ‘interference’ San Francisco Chronicle

      News 17 new results for medical E. Ind. nurse charged with medical ‘interference’ San Francisco Chronicle Fifty-two-year-old Mary Jane Bell of New Castle was charged this week with interference with medical services, a misdemeanor that carries a maximum one-year jail term. The Star Press reports (http://tspne.ws/YWPRSS ) that Bell was released from the …

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    • 30 JAN 14
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    Peanut allergy therapy showing promise

    LONDON — An experimental therapy that fed children with peanut allergies small amounts of peanut flour has helped more than 80 percent of them safely eat a handful of the previously worrisome nuts.  Although experts say the results of the carefully monitored study are encouraging, they warn it isn’t something that parents should

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    • 30 JAN 14
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    Video: Scientists one step closer to growing new teeth

    March 15, 2013 1:58 PM British scientists have created bio-engineered teeth using a mixture of cells from people and mice. Source Article from http://feeds.cbsnews.com/~r/CBSNewsHealth/~3/e6ok2l0v8A4/

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    • 30 JAN 14
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    Video: Angelina Jolie’s mastecomy: Should you get the BRCA gene test?

    May 14, 2013 11:15 AM CBS News medical contributor Dr. Holly Phillips explains the process and pros and cons of genetic testing for women concerned about their risk of developing breast or ovarian cancer. Source Article from http://feeds.cbsnews.com/~r/CBSNewsHealth/~3/ApdMwEDwME8/

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    • 30 JAN 14
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    Groom’s guide to weddings: How to propose

    Marriage is constantly evolving. What hasn’t necessarily evolved, however, are many wedding traditions, especially when it comes to what’s expected of grooms. “There’s something to be said for tradition,” Jeff Wilser, author of “The Maxims of Manhood,” said to CBSNews.com. “Mock all you want, but traditions are, to some extent, a token of respect and

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    • 30 JAN 14
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    Newer whooping cough vaccines less effective than older shots, says study

    Newer vaccines used to protect against whooping cough, or pertussis, are not as effective as vaccines that were given to stave off the disease prior to the 1990’s, according to a new study. Whooping cough is a highly contagious disease that can start out like the common cold causing a running nose, congestion, sneezing and

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    • 30 JAN 14
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    Scientists scratch the surface of itching’s origins

    Feeling itchy? Scientists may have discovered the mechanism of how our body initiates an itch. A study using mice conducted at the National Institutes of Health showed that a molecule called natriuretic polypeptide b (Nppb) may be the culprit behind that pesky itch. This specific molecule sets off a chain reaction, leading to what our

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    • 30 JAN 14
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    Federal appeals court strikes down Arizona’s 20-week abortion ban

    Some very interesting reading, if you like Horror Late-Term Abortion Doc Caught Comparing Unborn Baby to “Meat in a Crock Pot” http://www.lifenews.com/2013/05/08/late-term-abortion-doc-caught-comparing-unborn-baby-to-meat-in-a-crock-pot/______ Ex-Manhattan restaurateur charged with attempted murder after allegedly slipping girlfriend an abortion drug “Woodward, 40, tried to induce a miscarriage in his girlfriend, who was 13 weeks pregnant, in fall 2009, using a

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    • 30 JAN 14
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    Video: Study may help predict autistic child’s social behavior

    May 29, 2013 2:00 PM Scientists studying toddlers on the autism spectrum say they have figured out a way to predict which of the children will go on to develop language skills and which will struggle. Researchers say the findings may lead to new interventions for very young children. Adriana Diaz reports. Source Article from

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    • 30 JAN 14
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    Inside the analyst’s office

    SharethisGallery Tweet <!– –> Preview: Don’t miss a special edition of “Sunday Morning” about design — in fashion, architecture, at home and the workplace — on Sunday May 19! For more than 10 years psychoanalyst-photographer Mark Gerald has documented analysts’ offices — the decor, artwork and furnishings that help define the space in which analyst

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