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Real-world doctors fact-check Dr. Oz, and the results aren't pretty

Los Angeles Times - ‎Dec 19, 2014‎
What do real-world doctors have to say about the advice dispensed on “The Dr. Oz Show”? Less than one-third of it can be backed up by even modest medical evidence.

Conjoined twins who share a liver, intestines and lungs undergo surgery to ...

Daily Mail - ‎Dec 19, 2014‎
Conjoined twins Knatalye and Adeline Mata, who were born in Texas back in April sharing a number of vital organs, are now one step closer towards a normal childhood.

South Korea Suspends US Poultry Imports

Voice of America - ‎5 hours ago‎
South Korea has suspended imports of all U.S. poultry and poultry products because of an outbreak of bird flu at a chicken farm in the western state of Oregon.

Experts: It was a busy, black-eye year for disease control

Charlotte Observer - ‎Dec 19, 2014‎
FILE- In this June 25, 2014, file photo, Richland Public Health nurse Renee Blankenship, left, gives Christina Martin a Measles, Mumps, & Rubella (MMR) vaccination while her brother Ed Martin and mother Linda Martin, third from right, wait to get their ...

Hugging Out Upper Respiratory Infections

ModVive - ‎2 hours ago‎
A hug a day may keep a cold at bay, making recipients less prone to upper respiratory infections. At least that's what a recent study out of Carnegie-Mellon University says.

Medicare penalizing 12 Miss hospitals with 1 percent cuts

San Francisco Chronicle - ‎19 hours ago‎
HATTIESBURG, Miss. (AP) - Medicare is shaving payments to 12 Mississippi hospitals because too many patients come down with preventable new ailments while being treated for something else.

Child flagged at O'Hare tests negative for Ebola

WGN-TV - ‎4 hours ago‎
The child who was under observation for the Ebola virus at the University of Chicago Medical Center, has tested negative for the virus and was discharged.

FDA Approves Zerbaxa

Diabetes Insider - ‎2 hours ago‎
The US Food and Drug Administration has just approved another new medication this week. This new drug is intended to fight more complex infections, specifically in the abdomen and the urinary tract.

Roche Says Trials of Two Drugs Have Failed

New York Times - ‎Dec 19, 2014‎
Roche, the Swiss drugmaker, suffered a double blow on Friday when two clinical drug studies failed, one for breast cancer and another for Alzheimer's disease, leading to the biggest percentage drop in its stock in five years.

Deadly Caramel Apples: Listeria Food Poisoning Kills 5, Sickens 28 in Multi ...

Tech Times - ‎3 hours ago‎
The CDC advises consumers not to eat commercially produced caramel apples pending the results of investigations on the specific brands that may have sickened 28 individuals across 10 states.

Indiana hospitals develop plan for Ebola cases

MiamiHerald.com - ‎12 hours ago‎
When a patient with Ebola sought treatment at a Dallas hospital in October, the hospital ended up losing more than $400,000 per day.

Rare Skin Disease Renders California Baby Unhuggable, Untouchable

American Live Wire - ‎3 hours ago‎
Touching and hugging is known to strengthen the bond between parents and children, and is also believed to promote their growth and development.

New hepatitis C drug Sovaldi raises workers compensation cost concerns

Business Insurance - ‎5 hours ago‎
A federal lawsuit alleging price gouging by the maker of hepatitis C drug Sovaldi mirrors a growing struggle to contain hepatitis C-related workers compensation prescription costs that can reach up to $150,000 per claimant.

Genetic study shows how much America really is a melting pot

Mashable - ‎3 hours ago‎
Many Americans who identify as European actually carry African ancestry just as many Americans who identify as African carry European ancestry, finds an extensive new genetic analysis.

Top Medicaid Official to Step Down

Wall Street Journal - ‎Dec 19, 2014‎
Cindy Mann will leave the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid services in late January. Getty Images. By. Louise Radnofsky. Louise Radnofsky.

Sweeter terms: Adocia vindicated in $570M diabetes deal with Lilly

BioWorld Online - ‎Dec 19, 2014‎
DUBLIN - Eighteen months after terminating its interest in Adocia SA's Biochaperone technology, Eli Lilly and Co. is paying $50 million up front to get it back, and it could hand over another $520 million in development, regulatory and commercial milestones ...

NY enlists movie theaters in fight against heroin

Chron.com - ‎Dec 20, 2014‎
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Moviegoers in New York state will now see public service announcements warning of the dangers of heroin use. The state began airing the announcements Friday in movie theaters across New York.

Expectant Fathers Experience Hormonal Changes, Too

Nature World News - ‎Dec 19, 2014‎
It's no secret that when a woman is pregnant, all her hormones are out of whack. But a new study shows that expectant fathers experience some hormonal changes, too.

Flu worries prompt more Indiana hospitals limits

San Francisco Chronicle - ‎Dec 19, 2014‎
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) - More Indiana hospitals are being advised to put temporary visitor restrictions in place to try to protect patients and staff from the flu virus.
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