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Texas Ebola: Slow response?

DALLAS, Texas (NBC News) Thomas Eric Duncan, a Liberian national and the first patient diagnosed with  Ebola in the United States, continues to fight for his life inside a Dallas, Texas hospital. 130 more words

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Common painkillers combined with other drugs may cause high risk of GI bleeding | Health4News

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)—such as ibuprofen and aspirin—increase one’s risk of upper gastrointestinal bleeding. When taken in combination with other drugs, this risk is significantly higher, according to new research appearing in the October issue of Gas… … 13 more words

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Dog’s epigenome gives clues to human cancer | Health4News

The bond between humans and dogs is strong and ancient. From being the protector of the first herds in a faithful pet, dogs and people share many aspects of life. 26 more words

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Making old lungs look young again: Animal research suggests ibuprofen can reduce lung inflammation in elderly | Health4News

New research shows that the lungs become more inflammatory with age and that ibuprofen can lower that inflammation.
In fact, immune cells from old mouse lungs fought tuberculosis bacteria as effectively as cells from young mice after lung inflammation was reduced by ibuprofen. 19 more words

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Officials: About 80 being monitored for Ebola | Health4News

About 80 people are now being monitored for symptoms of Ebola in Texas, a Dallas County Health and Human Services spokeswoman said Thursday.
The people being monitored are the 12 to 18 people who first came into contact with the infected man, as well as others those initial people had contact… … 6 more words

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A Hospital From Hell, in a City Swamped by Ebola | Health4News

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U.S. Will Increase Production of the Ebola Drug ZMapp, but May Not Meet Demand | Health4News

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