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Phil Everly died in the Los Angeles suburb of Burbank of complications from lung disease

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Barack Obama has apologized to Americans whose health insurance plans have been cancelled as a result of his signature health law

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...s television interview was the latest effort by Barack Obama to win public support for the embattled healthcare law. On Wednesday Barack Obama travelled into the heart of Republican territory to seek cross-party support for the measure. Related search articles:phil everlys health phil everly's health obama family photo 2013 Providian Life and Health Site gina rinehart health Sean Connery Health...

A team of French researchers spent more than 6 years following 8,000 people and found that those taking supplements were just as likely to have developed cancer or heart disease as those who took an identical-looking dummy pill

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...ping to ward off ill-health. However, a major study showed that the vitamin pills do nothing for our health. A team of French researchers spent more than 6 years following 8,000 people and found that those taking supplements were just as likely to have developed cancer or heart disease as those who took an identical-looking dummy pill. And when they were questioned on how healthy they felt, there...

People dangerously underestimate the health risks linked to smoking cannabis due to lack of awareness

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People dangerously underestimate the health risks linked to smoking cannabis due to lack of awareness, experts have warned. The British Lung Foundation (BLF) carried out a survey of 1,000 adults and found a third wrongly believed cannabis did not harm health. And 88% incorrectly thought tobacco cigarettes were more harmful than cannabis ones – when the risk of lung cancer is actually 20 tim...

Millions of Americans will receive health insurance cover for the first time as ObamaCare comes into effect

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Millions of people in the US receive health insurance cover for the first time as ObamaCare healthcare reforms – Affordable Act Care – come into effect as of 1st of January 2014. President Barack Obama’s reforms are part of his aim to ensure affordable healthcare is available to everyone. But the policy is controversial and the roll-out of the new system has been beset with problems....

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It’s not enough to know the best foods you should eat to promote prostate health, you should also know which foods are the worst so you can avoid them. Some of the foods on this list may surprise you, but all of them are best to cross off your menu if you want to support prostate health. 1. Red and Processed Meat Eating a lot of red and processed meats is unhealthy for several reasons, one of whi...

CDC is warning doctors to be on the lookout for untreatable multidrug-resistant CRE superbug emerging in the US

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...urinary tract infections, and bloodstream infections. In one outbreak at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, seven deaths were attributed to the “superbug” after a New York Woman who came to the hospital for a lung transplant while infected. The victims included one 16-year-old boy. The infections are associated with mortality rates of 40 to 50%. The rise means health care provider...

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...s are asked to either destroy or return unused product identified in the recall to Novartis Consumer Health Inc. To accelerate improvements at its Lincoln, Nebraska facility, Novartis Consumer Health has temporarily suspended operations as well as shipments from the site A one-time charge currently estimated at USD 120 million related to the recall and improvement efforts will be taken in the fo...

Mitt Romney was declared healthy enough to be the President of the United States

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Mitt Romney today overcame one hurdle on the path to the White House – he was declared healthy enough to be the President of the United States. Mitt Romney, 65, was described by his personal doctor as “a healthy-appearing, energetic, strong, physically fit male” in a letter released by his campaign on Friday. Those considering voting for him will doubtless be relieved to hear that he has ne...

The European Commission is suing Spain over the refusal of some of its hospitals to recognize the European Health Insurance Card

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...ropean Commission is suing Spain over the refusal of some of its hospitals to recognize the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC). The EHIC entitles EU citizens to free healthcare in public hospitals. But some Spanish hospitals rejected the card and told tourists to reclaim the cost of treatment via their travel insurance, the European Commission says. It is not accusing cash-strapped Spanish hosp...

A study in the journal Biology of Reproduction suggests that eating around two handfuls of walnuts a day improves sperm health in young men

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...nal Biology of Reproduction suggests that eating around two handfuls of walnuts a day improves sperm health in young men The researchers say the next step is to work with couples who are attending infertility clinics to determine if placing sub-fertile men, with poor semen quality, on a walnut diet results in better success conceiving. It is thought that infertility in men may be a result of too f...

Controversy and criticism has surrounded work on the fifth version of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5)

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DSM-5, an update to one of the most important manuals in mental health – known as the bible of psychiatry – is to be published later. Controversy and criticism has surrounded work on the fifth version of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5). Some say the rulebook will turn normal behavior, like grief or childhood temper tantrums, into mental illness. The m...

Lady Gaga blamed recent weight gain on eating too much of her parents restaurant good food

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The high-end Manhattan restaurant owned by Lady Gaga and her family has been slammed by health officials for its filthy ways. Joanne Trattoria on the city’s West Side scored an embarrassing “C” grade during a Department of Health inspection, the lowest possible rating. And it wasn’t even close to the boundary – any restaurant racking up 28 or more violation points gets stamped w...

Health Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is resigning amid problematic launch of President Barack Obama's healthcare law

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Health Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is resigning amid problematic launch of President Barack Obama’s healthcare law, US media report. The ObamaCare – regarded by the president’s supporters as one of his main domestic achievements – has been marked by early technical problems and delays. Kathleen Sebelius has been health secretary since Barack Obama took office in 2009. The...

A new research reveals your long-lasting bright lipstick could contain a host of chemicals that may seriously harm your health

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...under investigation by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over fears that it damages people’s health. The European Commission says it is legal for humans, but its use remains “under evaluation”. A new research reveals your long-lasting bright lipstick could contain a host of chemicals that may seriously harm your health The Cosmetic, Toiletry and Perfumery Association (CTPA) in UK has dism...

Aspergillus meningitis is caused by a fungus found in a spinal steroid injections

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...tion period before symptoms appear is 28 days, and is almost certain more cases will be reported say health officials, who are now calling this a national health crisis. Unlike the more common viral and bacterial meningitis, fungal meningitis is not contagious. It is an inflammation of the brain and spinal cord. Symptoms include a severe headache, nausea, fever, and dizziness. The first patients i...

Mall of America main entrance

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...l of America. [googlead tip="vertical_mediu" aliniat="dreapta"] Shoppers can now talk with trained health care staff, who will definitely guide them through health plans and interactive booths and kiosks.  [googlead tip="lista_medie" aliniat="stanga"]Dr. David Hayes, medical director for the mall project, claimed in front of the journalists: “We consider this a lab as we try to decide what...

The rescuers at 9/11 WTC are at 19% higher risk of cancer as a result of exposure to toxic fumes, according to a study published in a special The Lancet series to mark the 10th anniversary of the atrocity.

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..., and dioxins, are known carcinogens.” Dr. James Melius of the New York State Labourers’ health fund calls for inclusion of cancer in the government-funded medical programme for firefighters. “Waiting to do so until definitive cancer studies have been completed (probably many years from now) would be unfair and would pose a hardship for workers who willingly risked their health b...

Drying laundry in the home poses a health risk to those prone to asthma, hay fever and other allergies

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According to new research, drying laundry in the home poses a health risk to those prone to asthma, hay fever and other allergies. A study carried out by the Mackintosh School of Architecture found that many homes had too much moisture indoors. Up to a third of this moisture was attributed to drying laundry. The researchers have called on housebuilders to build dedicated drying areas into new hou...

A new study suggests that eating apples each day could significantly improve the heart health of middle-aged adults in just one month

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A new study suggests that eating apples each day could significantly improve the heart health of middle-aged adults in just one month. Those who ate a daily apple over four weeks lowered “bad” cholesterol in the blood by 40% – a substance linked to hardening of the arteries. Taking capsules containing polyphenols, a type of antioxidant found in apples, had a similar, but not as large, effec...

Few people know how much exercise is recommended

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...lege of Sports Medicine, which has been studying levels of public fitness since the 1950s. The World Health Organization also says physical inactivity is the fourth largest contributor to global deaths, and increases risk of some cancers, diabetes and heart disease. The UK guidelines were drawn up in 1994, after several national surveys found low levels of activity were contributing to poor health...

New York City has been hit with a bacterial meningitis outbreak with 22 people infected so far

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...s between men who meet up online and at bars and parties, according to a news release from the NYC’s health department. “Vaccination is the best defense,” City Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley said in the release. “I urge all men who meet these criteria – regardless of whether they identify as gay – to get vaccinated now and protect themselves from this disease before it is too late.” New Yo...

Barack Obama chose bronze plan which covers 60 percent of medical costs

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President Barack Obama has signed up for health insurance coverage under ObamaCare. A White House representative said Monday that the president enrolled in a health plan through the Washington, D.C. insurance marketplace over the weekend. Barack Obama chose one of the cheapest plan – bronze plan – which covers 60% of medical costs. Barack Obama chose bronze plan which covers 60 perce...

Oklahoma health officials have warned 7,000 patients their dentist may have exposed them to HIV and hepatitis B and C

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Oklahoma health officials have warned 7,000 patients their dentist may have exposed them to HIV and hepatitis B and C. Patients of Dr. W. Scott Harrington’s practice in Tulsa were advised to test themselves at a free clinic set up by the state, health officials said. Health inspectors found rusty dental instruments and poor hygiene standards at the clinic. Oklahoma health officials have wa...

Cuban health ministry has confirmed a cholera outbreak in Havana with 51 people infected

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Cuban health ministry has confirmed a cholera outbreak in Havana with 51 people infected – the biggest incidence of the disease there in decades. An official statement said health workers had detected an increase in “watery diarrhoea” in some districts, which has been established as cholera. The source has been identified as a foodseller who caught cholera during a previous outb...