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Precision Dental Center Announces Cosmetic Dental Services in Midwest City

 Precision Dental Center, cosmetic dental service provider in Oklahoma Citycosmetic dentists in Midwest City, Midwest City cosmetic dental services(Medical-NewsWire.com, February 02, 2016 ) Midwest City, OK -- "Precision Dental Center", a well-known cosmetic dental service provider in Oklahoma City,...

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Plateau Village Dental Centre Announces Teeth Implants Services in Coquitlam

 Plateau Village Dental Centre, teeth implants providers in Port Coquitlam(Medical-NewsWire.com, February 02, 2016 ) Coquitlam, BC -- Village Dental Centre - Plateau, one of the recognized teeth implants providers in Port Coquitlam, recently addressed the issue of dental implants and how this dental...

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Paramount Dental Center Implants Announces Teeth Implants Services in Kirkland

 teeth implants provider in Kirkland, Kirkland dental implant services, Paramount Dental CenterTeeth implants services in Kirkland, teeth implants service in Kirkland, Paramount Dental Center(Medical-NewsWire.com, February 02, 2016 ) Kirkland, WA -- Dental Center Dental Implants Paramount , the...

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Paramount Dental Discusses the Importance of Dentists in Kirkland

 Paramount Dental Center, dentist in Bellevue and Kirkland, quality dentist in Kirklanddentist provider in Kirkland, Kirkland family dentists (Medical-NewsWire.com, February 02, 2016 ) Kirkland, WA -- "Paramount Dental Center", a well-known dentist in Bellevue and Kirkland, announced several new...

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Oxford Family Dental Announces Dental Bonding Services in Coquitlam

 Oxford Family Dental, dental bonding provider in Port Coquitlam(Medical-NewsWire.com, February 02, 2016 ) Coquitlam, BC -- Family Dental-Oxford, a well-known dental bonding provider in Port Coquitlam, underlines the importance of quality dental services and how their practice is able to cater to...

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Charlotte Comments: Recent Arrest of CO Smuggling Drugs to Inmates

 Heroin Rehab Drug Rehab (Medical-NewsWire.com, February 02, 2016 ) Charlotte, NC -- According to Correction One a Prison Correctional Officer of Broward Creek Correctional Institution has been arrested for attempting to smuggle marijuana and suboxone into the prison for inmates. Officers apprehended...

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New Sports Psychology Program to Help Anger and Angry Athletes

 Todd Stofka - Philly Hypnosis Performance 877-557-7409 Anger Sports Psychology - Philly Hypnosis Performance 877-557-7409 Anger Sports Psychology | Philly Hypnosis Performance 877-557-7409Sports Psychology anxiety fear into confidence sports hypnosis - Todd Stofka(Medical-NewsWire.com, February 02,...

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New Volleyball Sports Psychology Program at Philly Hypnosis Performance

 Todd Stofka - Philly Hypnosis Performance 877-557-7409 Philly Hypnosis Performance 877-557-7409 Volleyball Sports Psychology Mental Toughness - Managing MistakesPhilly Hypnosis Sports Psychology Program 877-557-7409(Medical-NewsWire.com, February 02, 2016 ) Philadelphia Pa. -- "You have watched...

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Inmate Dies of Heroin Overdose in Palm Beach County, West Palm Beach Drug Rehab Responds

 West Palm Beach Drug Rehab heroin rehab in West Palm Beach (Medical-NewsWire.com, February 02, 2016 ) West Palm Beach, FL -- WPBF 25 News reports that the death of 21 year old Andrea Nicole Alvira while incarcerated in the Palm Beach County jail in early December was caused by a heroin overdose....

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Authorities Warn about Synthetic Drugs K2 and Fake Percocet, Drug Rehab Nashville Comment

 Drug Rehab Nashville  addiction treatment in Nashville (Medical-NewsWire.com, February 02, 2016 ) Nashville, TN -- Alabama Local News reports that Tennessee is experiencing a spike in overdose deaths caused by synthetic drug use. The two main culprits are synthetic marijuana, K2, which is being...

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Three Lives Saved by Naltrexone on Christmas Eve, Drug Rehab Newark Responds

 Drug Rehab Newark addiction treatment in Newark (Medical-NewsWire.com, February 02, 2016 ) Newark, NJ -- According to WDEL, Master Corporal Mark Difrancesco of the Newark Police Department is credited with saving three lives on Christmas eve through administration of the anti-overdose Naltrexone....

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Heroin Use Increase Prompts Push for Needle Exchange in Miami, Miami Drug Rehab Responds

 Miami Drug Rehab heroin rehab in Miami (Medical-NewsWire.com, February 02, 2016 ) Miami, FL -- According to the Miami New Times, addiction recovery activists are pushing for the establishment of needle exchange programs in Miami in response to the recent increase in heroin abuse in the city. 194...

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Delaware Detective Charged with Stealing Opiates Out of Evidence Room

 Addiction Treatment in Philadelphia Heroin Rehab in Philadelphia (Medical-NewsWire.com, February 02, 2016 ) Philadelphia, PA -- NBC 10 reports Upper Darby Police Officer of Denver, Brad Ross has been charged with 203 counts of theft, tampering with evidence, and accepting stolen property. Ross...

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Drug Deals Reported in Homless Veterans Shelter, Drug and Alcohol Rehab Boston Comments

 Drug and Alcohol Rehab Boston drug rehab in Boston (Medical-NewsWire.com, February 02, 2016 ) Boston, MA -- According to the Boston Globe, several former employees and residents of the New England Center and Home for Veterans have come forward with allegations of drug trafficking activities happening...

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Alcohol-Related Deaths Reach Record High in 2014, West Palm Beach Drug Rehab Responds

 West Palm Beach Drug Rehab alcohol rehab in West Palm Beach (Medical-NewsWire.com, February 02, 2016 ) West Palm Beach, FL -- The Palm Beach Post reports that in 2014, American deaths caused by alcohol consumption reached levels not seen in over three decades. Between 2002 and 2014 deaths due to...

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Nigeria Contained Ebola; Can We Contain Lassa Fever and Zika Virus?
8 Feb 2016 at 2:26am
On the 14th January 2016, the World Health Organisation declared an end of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Less than a day later, a new case in Sierra Leone was detected, indicating that the path to eradication must be paved with vigilance and patience. Indeed, Nigeria - my home country - was among the first West African nations to contain...


Some Australian asylum seekers to be deported have cancer, terminal illnesses
8 Feb 2016 at 1:45am

By Matt Siegel SYDNEY (Reuters) - Some of the 267 asylum seekers Australia wants to deport to an offshore immigration center following a court ruling are suffering from cancer and other terminal illnesses, a senior government official said on Monday. Australia's High Court last week upheld the government's right to deport detained asylum seekers to the tiny South Pacific island of Nauru, about 3,000 km (1,800 miles) northeast of Australia. The decision provoked criticism from the United Nations and sparked protest, with church leaders offering asylum seekers sanctuary.



Exclusive: U.S. athletes should consider not attending Olympics if fear Zika:...
8 Feb 2016 at 1:44am

By Daniel Bases and Joshua Schneyer NEW YORK (Reuters) - The United States Olympic Committee told U.S. sports federations that athletes and staff concerned for their health over the Zika virus should consider not going to the Rio 2016 Olympic Games in August. The message was delivered in a conference call involving USOC officials and leaders of U.S. sport federations in late January, according to two people who participated in the call. Federations were told that no one should go to Brazil "if they don't feel comfortable going.



Battling doctor shortage, Indian hospitals offer intensive care from afar
7 Feb 2016 at 10:21pm

By Aditya Kalra NEW DELHI (Reuters) - A doctor at a hospital in India's capital, New Delhi, was recently tracking a wall of monitors displaying the vital signs of intensive care patients admitted hundreds of miles away when red-and-yellow alerts rang out. The oxygen flow to a 67-year-old patient had stopped when no critical care doctors were present in a hospital in the northern city of Amritsar. India's top private hospitals, seizing on a shortage of critical-care doctors, are expanding into the remote management of intensive care units around the country and, starting this month, in neighbouring Bangladesh too.



Celgene, Gilead Sciences shares could rise 30 percent: Barron's
7 Feb 2016 at 6:38pm

The tumble in share prices for biotechnology stocks has created some buying opportunities, with drugmakers Celgene Corp and Gilead Sciences poised for a 30 percent rise over the next year, Barron's said. Celgene, which specializes in treatments for a blood plasma cell cancer called myeloma, could see double-digit growth for its Revlimid drug for years to come, with significant growth potential from overseas, Barron's said. Despite negative publicity related to high prices on its hepatitis-C drugs, Gilead Sciences' products often cure patients within months, the publication said.



Duchess of Cambridge: Support children's mental health
7 Feb 2016 at 4:02pm

LONDON (AP) ? The Duchess of Cambridge says in a new video that she and Prince William want all children to get support during difficult times to help them overcome mental health challenges.


Fourth patient linked to mold outbreak at Pittsburgh hospital dies
7 Feb 2016 at 1:01pm
UPMC on Sunday confirmed the death of Che DuVall, 70, and extended its sympathies to his family. DuVall, who had a lung transplant, is the fourth transplant patient at the hospital system who contracted infection and died. "We again want to reassure our patients that we have taken every possible precaution to make our hospitals as safe as is humanly possible and have followed all recommendations made by federal and state regulators," UPMC said in a statement.

Loan rejection may have been early warning of Taiwan building collapse
7 Feb 2016 at 12:55pm
By Yimou Lee TAINAN, Taiwan (Reuters) - Before their apartment tower collapsed in a Taiwan earthquake at the weekend, a young couple living on the 14th floor had already been given a clue that the building was unsafe. Chen Yi-ting and her husband bought the apartment in the center of Tainan city five years ago, having relocated from an outlying district.


Decrying graft, Pope to tour poor, violent corners of Mexico
7 Feb 2016 at 12:31pm

By Lizbeth Diaz and Simon Gardner MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis will visit some of the poorest and most violent corners of Mexico on his first visit as pontiff, and will also head to the northern border to address the plight of migrants trying to reach the United States. More than 100,000 people have been killed in Mexico's drug wars over the last decade and its reputation was battered by the case of 43 students abducted and apparently massacred in 2014. President Enrique Pena Nieto´s government botched the investigation, and relatives of the victims are looking to Francis for help in getting to the truth.


4th patient infected during mold outbreak at hospital dies
7 Feb 2016 at 11:00am
PITTSBURGH (AP) ? A fourth transplant patient who contracted a fungal infection during a mold outbreak at a western Pennsylvania hospital has died, officials said Sunday.


Carnival roars ahead in Brazil despite Zika health scare
7 Feb 2016 at 10:23am

The worst health scare in recent history is not keeping Brazilians from their annual Carnival revelry, with millions of partiers swarming streets and some making fun of the mosquito that spreads Zika and other viruses. "It's one more thing to worry about," said Juliana Araujo, a 48-year-old schoolteacher at a street party in Rio de Janeiro, where other problems, like an economic recession and impeachment proceedings against Brazil's president, seemed distant concerns. Recent news that traces of the virus had been identified in blood, saliva and other bodily fluids of patients known to have been infected with Zika would not do much to dampen a festival known for its fair share of casual sex, she predicted: "People aren't going to stop having fun and hooking up." Over a million people hit the streets in cities like Rio, home to the country's best-known Carnival celebration, and the northeastern capitals of Salvador and Recife, two cities hard hit by the outbreak.



Doctors puzzle over severity of defects in some Brazilian babies
7 Feb 2016 at 6:57am

By Bill Berkrot and Anthony Boadle NEW YORK/BRASILIA (Reuters) - Experts on microcephaly, the birth defect that has sparked alarm in the current Zika virus outbreak, say they are struck by the severity of a small number of cases they have reviewed from Brazil. Consultations among doctors in Brazil and the United States have increased in the last two weeks, and some of the leading authorities on the condition are finding patterns of unusual devastation in scans of the newborns' malformed brains. While it's not known how representative the scans are, the early observations of these doctors point to a tough road ahead for the babies, their families and their communities and heighten the concern surrounding Zika, which is suspected of causing microcephaly.



France restricts blood transfusions over Zika virus
7 Feb 2016 at 6:08am

Travelers coming back from any outbreak zones of the Zika virus will need to wait at least 28 days before giving blood to avoid any risk of transmission, French Health Minister Marisol Touraine said on Sunday. Zika, which is rapidly spreading through the Americas and has been declared a global health emergency by the World Health Organisation (WHO), is primarily transmitted through mosquito bites. "Someone who comes from a zone where there is Zika can not give blood for 28 days," Touraine said in an interview with Europe 1 radio, news channel iTele and Le Monday daily.



Rio carnival goers tell Zika mosquito to buzz off
7 Feb 2016 at 6:01am

A massive, fleshy crowd of semi-naked people might seem like the Zika-transmitting mosquito's paradise, but Rio Carnival goers Saturday said nothing -- not even an international health emergency -- can stop the party. The peak weekend of Rio de Janeiro's Carnival season got underway with an estimated one million people cramming into the city center for the Cordao da Bola Preta street party.


Bootleg liquor kills at least 24 in Indonesian village: media
7 Feb 2016 at 5:19am
Bootleg liquor has killed at least two dozen people in a village in Indonesia's Central Java province over the last few days, MetroTV said on Sunday quoting police. Police have arrested two people in the village of Sleman for selling homemade liquor that was believed to have contained harmful substances. "Police have sent the hard liquors mixed with harmful substances to the laboratory in Semarang to be tested," MetroTV quoted Sleman police chief Yulianto as saying.

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