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1 HOUR AGO - Yahoo! News

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Chicago high school evacuated, nine taken to hospital

CHICAGO (Reuters) - A Chicago high school was evacuated on Wednesday due to a suspicious odor that was investigated as a possible natural gas leak and nine students were taken to local hospitals as a precautionary measure, all in good condition, police said. Police said preliminary information was that there may have been a natural gas leak, but it was ...

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1 HOUR AGO - Huffington Post

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Why Are So Many Women Ignoring Heart Attack Symptoms?

Heart disease is a leading cause of death for women, and yet women are more likely than men to dismiss pain or symptoms of heart problems, and to delay seeking medical help -- a "dangerous game" that experts say may have serious health implications. Though heart symptoms are similar for both men and women, the way that people perceive their ...

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4 HOURS AGO - The Independent

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Revolutionary new anti-HIV pill shown to work when taken 'on demand'

A pill which can reduce the risk of HIV infection by up to 90 per cent is most effective when used at the same time as sex, French researchers have said.

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6 HOURS AGO - Health Canal

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UC Clinical Trial Looks at Statins for Heart Patients Living with HIV

CINCINNATI—The University of Cincinnati is part of a multi-center clinical trial focused on determining whether individuals living with HIV infections can take a class of drugs known as statins to lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of stroke or heart attack.

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OCT 22, 2014 - Huffington Post

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Authors Of The Last Study Backing Dr. Oz's ‘Magic Weight Loss Cure' Retract Their Research

By: Bahar Gholipour Published: 10/21/2014 04:07 PM EDT on LiveScience Green coffee bean extract, which Dr. Mehmet Oz promoted on his show as a "magic weight-loss cure," had one scientific study backing up the extract's purported effects. Now, that research has been retracted, the blog Retraction watch reported. Oz had to do some explaining on Capitol Hill in June, when ...

Tags: Authors Of The Last Study Backing Dr. Oz's ‘Magic Weight Loss Cure' Retract Their Research,  Federal Trade Commission Latest News

20 HOURS AGO - Health Canal

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Innovative Study Utilizing Video Games Shows Sleep Apnea May Affect Memory of Everyday Events

Researchers at NYU Langone Medical Center conclude people took longer to complete a 3D maze when sleep apnea disrupted the REM stage of sleep

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OCT 28, 2014 - Health Canal

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New Study Suggests Untreated Sleep Apnea Can Lead to Diabetes and Hypertension in Hispanics

Hispanics in the U.S. at risk for cardiovascular disease also have a high prevalence of sleep apnea, which is often undiagnosed, suggesting the untreated sleep disorder can lead to diabetes and hypertension in this population, according to an analysis of the results of the landmark Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos (SOL).

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OCT 29, 2014 - Yahoo! News

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Brain abnormalities in people with chronic fatigue: study

A study of 15 patients with chronic fatigue syndrome has found that patients' brains have at least three distinct abnormalities when compared to healthy people, researchers said Wednesday. The findings, if confirmed, could lead to new ways to diagnose and treat the troublesome condition that affects more than a million Americans, said the study conducted by Stanford University researchers in ...

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OCT 29, 2014 - MSNBC

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Not Just Lazy: Chronic Fatigue is Real, Brain Scans Show

Using new imaging methods, Stanford researchers found differences between brains of patients with chronic fatigue syndrome and healthy people.

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