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Poor HIV patients improve with care beyond drugs: study | Reuters

reuters.com — “WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Patients stepping into Johns Hopkins University's HIV clinic in east Baltimore do not just see a doctor or get prescriptions for their antiretroviral drugs. Many also get help findingView full resource at reuters.com

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Yosemite hantavirus outbreak may offer clues to rare disease | Reuters

reuters.com — “SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - California researchers and public health officials have launched what they describe as a groundbreaking series of studies of a rare mouse-borne virus that has infected at leastView full resource at reuters.com

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Smokers fare worse after knee surgery | Reuters

reuters.com — “NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Smokers have worse outcomes after knee surgery than non-smokers, including less-complete healing and more surgical complications, according to a new analysis.Smoking has aView full resource at reuters.com

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WHO issues guidance on new SARS-like virus, gears up for haj | Reuters

reuters.com — “GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Health Organization on Wednesday urged health workers around the world to report any patient with acute respiratory infection who may have traveled to Saudi Arabia or QatarView full resource at reuters.com

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U.S. bans beef from Canada's XL Foods plant | Reuters

reuters.com — “(Reuters) - The United States has halted imports of beef products from one of Canada's largest beef-processing plants, owned by privately held XL Foods at Brooks, Alberta, due to findings of E. coli bacteria.AView full resource at reuters.com

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Xbox games get kids moving, but benefits unclear | Reuters

reuters.com — “NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Kids burned more calories while playing dance and boxing video games than they did during a sedentary car racing game, in a new UK study.Researchers said it's not surprisingView full resource at reuters.com

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Gel balls new threat to toddlers, doctors say | Reuters

reuters.com — “NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - After surgically removing a large gel ball blocking the intestines of a baby girl, Texas doctors are warning parents about a new kind of water-absorbing balls often sold asView full resource at reuters.com

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Australian scientists develop genetic test to predict autism | Reuters

reuters.com — “CANBERRA (Reuters) - Australian scientists have developed a genetic test to predict autism spectrum disorder in children, which could provide a long-sought way for early detection and intervention, accordingView full resource at reuters.com

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West Nile cases up 25 pct in latest week, deaths jump 32 pct-CDC | Reuters

reuters.com — “Sept 5 (Reuters) - The number of cases of West Nile virusreported in the United States rose 25 percent in the latestweek, while the number of deaths from the mosquito-borne diseasejumped 32 percent,View full resource at reuters.com

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nataliehodgePersonal Medicine in Paducah, Kentucky. Dr Hodge was a featured speaker at the Mayo Clinic's Transform Symposium in '09 and has been named by Brian Dolan of Mobi Heath News as "The First iPhone Doctor". She is the author of The Personal Pediatrics Primer for the Progressive Parent.

Dr. Hodge's special interests in pediatrics include nutrition, prevention and the potential for the internet to strengthen physician patient relationships. Dr. Hodge is a member of the Health care Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), a Fellow of the Academy of Pediatrics' Quality and Innovation Network, and a founding member of the Society for Participatory Medicine. Participatory Medicine is an emerging group of engaged patients and physicians who believe that mutual trust and understanding as well as use of media, health IT strengthens the physician patient relationship and provides for better care." /> Natalie Hodge, MD, FAAP Active Health Library, Doctor, Pediatrician, and Physician

West Nile, deaths jump 32 pct http://t.co/HdbLDb1S Eeks, 400 new cases this week with 80 deaths for the year? come see me if you are sick

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FDA staff question Novartis cystic fibrosis drug | Reuters

reuters.com — “WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. drug reviewers questioned whether Novartis AG's experimental inhaled antibiotic powder truly helped cystic fibrosis patients breathe better, according to documents posted byView full resource at reuters.com

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Chocolate can be good for you: EU regulator | Reuters

reuters.com — “ZURICH (Reuters) - The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has ruled that cocoa powder and dark chocolate can help people improve blood circulation - a claim made by Barry Callebaut, the world's largestView full resource at reuters.com

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Infections among homeless could fuel wider epidemics: study | Reuters

reuters.com — “LONDON (Reuters) - Homeless people across the world have dramatically higher rates of infection with tuberculosis (TB), HIV and hepatitis C and could fuel community epidemics that cost governments dear,View full resource at reuters.com

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Philippines warns cigarette makers over tax debate | Reuters

reuters.com — “MANILA (Reuters) - The Philippines warned cigarette makers on Thursday they could face tough measures to reduce smoking-related deaths if they fight a proposed tobacco tax increase, a day after Australia'sView full resource at reuters.com

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UPDATE 1-Bumbo recalls 4 mln baby seats after injuries | Reuters

reuters.com — “WASHINGTON, Aug 15 (Reuters) - Bumbo International Trust isvoluntarily recalling more than 4 million Bumbo Baby Seats soldin the United States and Canada after scores of injuries werereported, includingView full resource at reuters.com

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Testers fear reality of genetically modified Olympians | Reuters

reuters.com — “LONDON (Reuters) - There have been marathon mice, Schwarzenegger mice and dogs whose wasted muscles were repaired with injected substances that switch off key genes. It may not be long before we get theView full resource at reuters.com

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