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- Why Medical Groups Hate the GOP Health Care Plans - 41 NBC News

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Why Medical Groups Hate the GOP Health Care Plans
41 NBC News
Groups representing pediatricians, cancer specialists, heart doctors and family physicians all agree: Both the House and the Senate offerings for fixing health care in the U.S. would make things worse, not better. Within hours of its release, groups ...
GOP Sen Johnson on Senate Health Care Bill: 'Let's Have the Integrity to Show the American People What It Is'Breitbart News
Senate Leaders Try to Appease Members as Support for Health Bill SlipsNew York Times
The real reason Republicans want to pass this Obamacare bill so muchWashington Post
The Hill (blog) -Politico -Los Angeles Times -ABC News
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- The Year of the Tick - Slate Magazine

Slate Magazine

The Year of the Tick
Slate Magazine
The little buggers are everywhere right now, and the risk of Lyme disease is high. Here's how to protect your family. By Melinda Wenner Moyer. 91435723 This year is likely to be a doozy for Lyme disease. GrabillCreative/iStock. The ticks have arrived.
How to Avoid Tick AttacksU.S. News & World Report
What to do when you're bitten by a tick: 7 stepsCBC.ca
Doctors predict Lyme Disease epidemic; Tampa Bay possible hotbed of debilitating tick-born diseaseABC Action News
NBC4 Washington -WOSU -Business Insider -WGN-TV
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- Compounding center co-owner should pay $132.8m for meningitis outbreak, US says - The Boston Globe

The Boston Globe

Compounding center co-owner should pay $132.8m for meningitis outbreak, US says
The Boston Globe
Federal prosecutors not only want Barry J. Cadden imprisoned for more than three decades for his pivotal role in the New England Compounding Center fungal meningitis outbreak, they also want money — $132.8 million by one set of calculations. Cadden is ...
Pharmacy executive tied to 2012 US meningitis outbreak to be sentencedReuters
Pharmacy head to be sentenced in deadly meningitis outbreakABC News
Prosecutors seek 35-year term in deadly meningitis outbreakHawaii News Now
MetroWest Daily News -HealthDay -CBS News -WBUR
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- Baystate Franklin Medical Center open for service while nurses hit picket line in Greenfield - MassLive.com

MassLive.com

Baystate Franklin Medical Center open for service while nurses hit picket line in Greenfield
MassLive.com
June 26, 2017 -- Greenfield, Massachusetts -- Nurses with the Massachusetts Nurses Association on the picket line in Greenfield, Massachusetts.( Jim Kinney/ The Republican ). By Jim Kinney · jkinney@repub.com. GREENFIELD -- About 100 unionized ...
Nurses launch strike at Greenfield hospital after lockoutThe Boston Globe
Planned strike leads to nurse lockout at hospitalGazetteNET
Nurses at Baystate Franklin Medical Center on strike as plannedwwlp.com
Boston Business Journal -PR Newswire (press release)
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- Spotting the earliest signs of Alzheimer's - BBC News

BBC News

Spotting the earliest signs of Alzheimer's
BBC News
Work is about to begin on a new study to find the earliest signs of Alzheimer's disease, many years before symptoms like memory loss and confusion become obvious. Scientists believe this is the best time to be using drugs to stop Alzheimer's from ...
Dementia and Sleep Dysfunction: Tips for PracticeMedscape
Cognitive Decline Delayed By Three Lifestyle ChangesPsychiatry Advisor
These 3 lifestyle changes could keep dementia away, study suggestsGlobalnews.ca
The Cheat Sheet -The Advocate -Science Times -Alzheimer's News Today
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- A doctor prescribed so many painkillers, she's been charged with murdering her patients, authorities say - Washington Post

Washington Post

A doctor prescribed so many painkillers, she's been charged with murdering her patients, authorities say
Washington Post
On Nov. 21, 2012, Sheila Bartels walked out of the Sunshine Medical Center in Oklahoma with a prescription for a "horrifyingly excessive" cocktail of drugs capable of killing her several times over. A short time later, she was at a pharmacy, receiving ...
Oklahoma doctor charged in opioid deaths of 5 patientsFox News
Doctor Charged In Opioid Deaths of PatientsWFMY News 2
Doctor Charged with Murder for Giving Pain-Killer PrescriptionsNewsmax
The Hill (blog) -News On 6 -FOX31 Denver -NBC4i.com
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- Bengaluru Start-Up CEO Loses Arm In Crocodile Attack, Now Faces A Penalty - NDTV

NDTV

Bengaluru Start-Up CEO Loses Arm In Crocodile Attack, Now Faces A Penalty
NDTV
Mudit Dandwate, a 26-year-old IIT graduate, entered a restricted forest area near Bengaluru without permission. He was attacked by a crocodile and lost his left forearm. Offbeat | Written by Maya Sharma | Updated: June 26, 2017 15:47 IST. 582 Shares.
Bengaluru entrepreneur loses forearm while saving dog from crocodileDaily News & Analysis
Crocodile rips off Bengaluru-based entrepreneur's forearm as he tries to save his two dogsFirstpost
Bengaluru startup CEO loses arm after crocodile attackpppFocus
indiablooms -The New Indian Express -TheHealthSite -Deccan Herald
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- 2 more plague cases reported in New Mexico's Santa Fe County - Washington Post

Washington Post

2 more plague cases reported in New Mexico's Santa Fe County
Washington Post
SANTA FE, N.M. — The New Mexico Department of Health on Monday confirmed two more human cases of plague. The recent cases involve a 52-year-old woman and a 62-year-old woman. The first case this year was reported in early June in a 63-year-old ...
Two more plague cases in Santa Fe CountyAlbuquerque Journal
Officials Report 2 More Plague Cases in Santa Fe CountyU.S. News & World Report
Officials propose eliminating D grades for Santa Fe high schoolersKOB 4
KRQE News 13
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- Cholera Hitches A Ride On The Backs Of Soft-Shell Turtles - NPR

NPR

Cholera Hitches A Ride On The Backs Of Soft-Shell Turtles
NPR
You can catch cholera from drinking contaminated water. You can catch it from raw or undercooked shellfish. And you can catch it from soft-shell turtles. That's the finding of a study published earlier this month by scientists at the Chinese Center for ...

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- Scientists Try To Break Nigeria's Cycle Of Replanting Bad Yams - NPR

NPR

Scientists Try To Break Nigeria's Cycle Of Replanting Bad Yams
NPR
Ladi Adaikwu's top-shelf merchandise is hidden in a mud-brick shed in a warren of narrow alleyways in Angwan-Dodo, a farming village close to Nigeria's capital city Abuja. The steel door is secured with a heavy padlock, and when she opens it, a shaft ...

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