Archive | February 2015

Sierra Leone vice president places himself in Ebola quarantine

FREETOWN (Reuters) – Sierra Leone’s Vice President Samuel Sam-Sumana said on Saturday that he had placed himself in a 21-day quarantine after one of his bodyguards died of Ebola amid a worrying recent surge in new infections in the West African nation.
Cases of Ebola, whi…
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Newborn survives rare heart transplant surgery

Phoenix Children’s Hospital has an amazing survival story. A baby born seven weeks premature with a bad heart had doctors fearing the worst, but instead at just six days old baby Oliver may be the youngest heart transplant recipient ever, CBS News’ Carter Evans reports from Phoenix.
Caylyn Otto a…
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Troy Roness And Zach Stafford Discuss Eating Disorders With HuffPost Live

What’s it like to identify as a male and struggle with an eating disorder?
While eating disorders are usually portrayed exclusively as issues that women struggle with in our culture, they also affect a significant number of men.
According to The National Eating Disorders Association (…
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What Nutrition Experts Eat On Vacation

If you’re a healthy eater who practices portion control, you know a vacation can put a dent in your healthy lifestyle. Whether you’re kicking back and relaxing for a week or getting to know a new city, counting calories doesn’t exactly sound appealing when you’re trying to have a great t…
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3 Quick And Easy Ways To Prevent Running Injuries

By Jason Fitzgerald, founder of Strength Running, for Life by DailyBurn
We get it. You want to get better at your sport while keeping running injuries at bay — but you’re busy. You don’t have time for an extra 30-minute strength session on top of your current training plan. And forget ab…
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A Test For Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

By Nathan Collins
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome affects one million Americans, according to recent estimates. Yet there’s no reliable lab test for the illness, and researchers are still struggling to understand why and how the disease develops. That situation may soon improve, as researchers …
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Mesothelioma Victims Center now offers guidance for former power plant workers with mesothelioma

The Mesothelioma Victims Center is now making the best possible compensation a reality for former power plant workers who have been diagnosed with mesothelioma, because these types of individuals could qualify for multi-million dollar mesothelioma settlements. As the center would like to…
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