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Measles Continue to Spread, Reaching 154 Cases in 17 States – ABC News

ABC News Measles Continue to Spread, Reaching 154 Cases in 17 StatesABC NewsThe measles outbreak isn't showing signs of waning yet, with 13 new cases in the last week, and there are now three separate outbreaks, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC reported today that it had confirmed 154 …Measles: A One-Stop Shop of Resources for Pediatric PCPsMedscapeMeasles... 

WHO Single-Use Smart Syringes Could Save A Million Lives – Tech Times

Tech Times WHO Single-Use Smart Syringes Could Save A Million LivesTech TimesSmart syringes could save over a million lives a year, a new report from the World Health Organization states. (Photo : Flickr / Steven Depolo). Single-use smart syringes could save over a million lives a year, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).WHO urges global use of 'smart syringes'Wired.co.uk all... 

Medical Identity Theft Increases 21%, Says Ponemon Study – HealthITSecurity.com

RT Medical Identity Theft Increases 21%, Says Ponemon StudyHealthITSecurity.comWhen patients' PHI is stolen, medical identity theft could occur. Moreover, providers that don't comply with HIPAA standards could face heavy fines, as well as other challenges to their reputation and their patients' security. According to the fifth annual Medical …Stolen Identity: 2.3 Million... 

Study Ties Saunas to Lower Risk of Death From Heart Disease – U.S. News & World Report

Telegraph.co.uk Study Ties Saunas to Lower Risk of Death From Heart DiseaseU.S. News & World ReportMONDAY, Feb. 23, 2015 (HealthDay News) — Sweating it out in a hot sauna may be relaxing, and new research suggests it may also be good for your heart health. A study from Finland found that men who use saunas frequently are less likely to die from heart …The Health Benefits Of... 

Breastfeeding may reduce arsenic exposure in infants, study suggests – Medical News Today

Medical News Today Breastfeeding may reduce arsenic exposure in infants, study suggestsMedical News TodayThe health benefits of breastfeeding for newborns are widely documented. Now, a new study provides another reason for new mothers to breastfeed: it could significantly reduce infants' risk of arsenic exposure. A mother breastfeeding her child. Arsenic …Arsenic in Well Water Can... 
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