ABC

Valentine's Day Tales From the ER

Valentine's Day Tales From the ER

The day brings more than just broken hearts to the ER.
Two US Women Miscarry After Zika In...

Two US Women Miscarry After Zika Infection, CDC Says

The women were infected with the virus after traveling abroad.
WWE Star Daniel Bryan's Retirement ...

WWE Star Daniel Bryan's Retirement Draws Attention to Concussion Dangers

Bryan has been a pro-wrestler for 16 years.
Doctor Performed Oral Surgery on Ne...

Doctor Performed Oral Surgery on Newborn by Mistake, Parents Say

Tennessee parents say the doctor operated on the wrong infant.
Zika Outbreak Updates: China Report...

Zika Outbreak Updates: China Reports First Case

The Zika virus has been associated with a birth defect called microcephaly.
Zika Outbreak Prompts CDC to Activa...

Zika Outbreak Prompts CDC to Activate Highest Emergency Ops Level

This is only the fourth time that the highest level has been activated.

BBC

'Strongest evidence' of Zika effect

'Strongest evidence' of Zika effect

One of the US's most senior public health officials reveals the "strongest evidence to date" of the effect on babies of the mosquito-borne Zika virus.
China's first Zika case confirmed

China's first Zika case confirmed

A 34-year-old man who recently travelled to South America has become China's first confirmed case of Zika virus infection, reports state media.
Heart transplant record is 'remarka...

Heart transplant record is 'remarkable'

The surgeon who operated on the world's longest-surviving heart transplant patient says surviving "in excess of 30 years" is "remarkable".
Flashes of light may stop jet lag

Flashes of light may stop jet lag

Exposure to short flashes of light at night could help travellers adjust to new time zones and avoid jet lag, according to scientists.
Mutant sperm-factories spread in te...

Mutant sperm-factories spread in testes

Mutant sperm-factories spread in men's testicles as they age to increase the risk of children with genetic diseases, researchers have shown.
No safe way to suntan, experts warn

No safe way to suntan, experts warn

There is no safe or healthy way to get a tan from sunlight, new guidance from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) warns.

Reuters

Russia keeps bombing despite Syria ...

Russia keeps bombing despite Syria truce; Assad vows to fight on

MUNICH/AMMAN (Reuters) - Major powers agreed on Friday to a pause in combat in Syria, but Russia pressed on with bombing in support of its ally President Bashar al-Assad, who vowed to fight until he regained full control of the country.
Tougher lending standards pose risk...

Tougher lending standards pose risk to outlook for Fed

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A recent tightening of credit for U.S. companies is threatening to undermine economic growth, making it less likely the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates anytime soon.
Michigan officials knew of Legionna...

Michigan officials knew of Legionnaires' outbreak long before warning

DETROIT (Reuters) - State government officials knew about an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease and its suspected link to contaminated water in impoverished Flint, Michigan, at least 10 months before a public announcement was made, documents released on Friday showed.
Oregon refuge searched for evidence...

Oregon refuge searched for evidence, explosives after occupiers leave

BURNS, Ore. (Reuters) - Police and federal agents searched a U.S. wildlife refuge in Oregon for explosives and evidence on Friday, a day after the last holdouts in a protest over federal control of Western land surrendered to end a six-week armed standoff.
Young blacks more open to Bernie Sa...

Young blacks more open to Bernie Sanders' White House bid

ORANGEBURG, S.C. (Reuters) - If Democratic hopeful Bernie Sanders has a chance of drawing African-American voters away from rival Hillary Clinton in South Carolina's presidential nominating contest on Feb. 27, his best opportunity will be among the young.
Congress passes tougher North Korea...

Congress passes tougher North Korea sanctions, sends bill to Obama

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed legislation on Friday broadening sanctions to punish North Korea for its nuclear program, human rights record and cyber crimes, and sent the measure to President Barack Obama to sign into law.

MedicineNet

Flu Shot May Guard Against Irregula...

Flu Shot May Guard Against Irregular Heart Rate: Study

Title: Flu Shot May Guard Against Irregular Heart Rate: StudyCategory: Health NewsCreated: 2/10/2016 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 2/11/2016 12:00:00 AM
Dogs' IQs Can Vary, Study Shows

Dogs' IQs Can Vary, Study Shows

Title: Dogs' IQs Can Vary, Study ShowsCategory: Health NewsCreated: 2/10/2016 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 2/11/2016 12:00:00 AM
Rise in Marijuana Use Among U.S. Ad...

Rise in Marijuana Use Among U.S. Adults Less Than Reported: Study

Title: Rise in Marijuana Use Among U.S. Adults Less Than Reported: StudyCategory: Health NewsCreated: 2/10/2016 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 2/11/2016 12:00:00 AM
TB Cases Falling for Foreign-Born P...

TB Cases Falling for Foreign-Born People in U.S.

Title: TB Cases Falling for Foreign-Born People in U.S.Category: Health NewsCreated: 2/10/2016 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 2/11/2016 12:00:00 AM
Weight-Loss Surgery May Lengthen Ol...

Weight-Loss Surgery May Lengthen Older People's Lives: Study

Title: Weight-Loss Surgery May Lengthen Older People's Lives: StudyCategory: Health NewsCreated: 2/10/2016 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 2/11/2016 12:00:00 AM
Prenatal Acetaminophen Use Tied to ...

Prenatal Acetaminophen Use Tied to Higher Asthma Risk in Kids: Study

Title: Prenatal Acetaminophen Use Tied to Higher Asthma Risk in Kids: StudyCategory: Health NewsCreated: 2/10/2016 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 2/11/2016 12:00:00 AM

CNN

Kids try to 'breathe less' after ga...

Kids try to 'breathe less' after gas leak

Cooper Stutler's teacher told his second-grade class to put their shirts over their noses as they crossed the playground to get snacks.
Is Valentine's Day chocolate good f...

Is Valentine's Day chocolate good for you?

Who doesn't love chocolate? Even if it's not your favorite sweet treat, you can probably agree that the confection conjures thoughts of love, pleasure and reward.
His battle with ALS empowered her t...

His battle with ALS empowered her to live

When they married about six years ago, Hope Dezember knew that she and her husband, Steve, wouldn't be able to spend the rest of their lives together. Steve had been recently diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease.
How your brain works against your b...

How your brain works against your best intentions

Have you ever tried to stop yourself from doing something, but were unable to summon up the willpower? A new study finds your brain might be working against your best intentions, and scientists think they might know what could help you unlock your better self.
Police: Man remembers who he is aft...

Police: Man remembers who he is after 30 years

Missing for decades, one man just solved his own missing persons case, according to Canadian police.
Big Pharma's big donations to presi...

Big Pharma's big donations to presidential candidates

When former Turing Pharmaceutical CEO Martin Shkreli announced that he was increasing the price of an HIV drug called Daraprim by nearly 5,000%, he turned the cost of prescription drugs into a political issue.

MedicalNewsToday

Medical News Today: Zika: should yo...

Medical News Today: Zika: should you be worried about it?

As the Zika outbreak continues to spread across the Americas, we take a look at who should actually be concerned about the virus and what they should be doing about it.
Medical News Today: How can health ...

Medical News Today: How can health hack into the Internet of Things?

The Internet of Things Tech Expo took place this week in London. Medical News Today was on hand to investigate how tech innovations can benefit the world of health care.
Medical News Today: What triggers r...

Medical News Today: What triggers rage? New research sheds light

A brain structure called the lateral septum was found to control violence and aggression in male mice in a new study, which may aid understanding of what triggers rage in humans.
Medical News Today: Gene study conf...

Medical News Today: Gene study confirms 'we are what we eat'

The classic view is that genes regulate metabolism - the chemical reactions inside cells that use nutrients to sustain life. Now, a new study suggests the converse is also true.
Medical News Today: Pancreatic canc...

Medical News Today: Pancreatic cancer may be treatable with tree extract

Nimbolide, a natural extract of India's neem tree, shows promise as a chemotherapy agent for the treatment of pancreatic cancer, suggest the results of a new study.
Medical News Today: Why smiles, fro...

Medical News Today: Why smiles, frowns and grimaces are contagious

Our ability to instantaneously read other people's emotions is astounding. A recent paper explains why mimicking other's facial expressions is such a vital part of being human.

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