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FDA rules will ease your calorie counting

Sioux Falls Argus Leader - ‎14 minutes ago‎
WASHINGTON - The federal government unveiled a long-delayed list of rules Tuesday that will require calorie counts for the food sold at chain restaurants, ice cream shops, vending machines, movie theaters and other locations.
Calorie counts will get extra attention with the FDA's expansion of menu labeling
Counting on calories

World AIDS Day: Bay area events & services

Creative Loafing Tampa - ‎1 hour ago‎
Each year on Dec. 1, people around the world unite in the fight against HIV. On Dec. 1, 2014, the World Health Organization will release a new update recommending antiretrovirals as an emergency prevention following HIV exposure, and to prevent ...

How Many Calories Do Americans Eat on Thanksgiving? - ‎2 hours ago‎
Thanksgiving is a great time of year - friends, family and food…and calories. While we all tend to eat a little more during the holiday season, have you ever wondered exactly how many calories you may be eating as you indulge?

Questioning Medicine: The Vitamin D Craze

MedPage Today - ‎8 hours ago‎
Primary Care. Questioning Medicine: The Vitamin D Craze. Published: Nov 25, 2014. By Joe Weatherly DO. Reviewed by Robert Jasmer, MD; Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco.

29 million Americans have diabetes, but a quarter of them don't realize it - ‎5 hours ago‎
William Herman has spent decades researching diabetes, treating patients grappling with complications from it and trying to educate people on how to prevent it.

Google's latest: A spoon that tackles tremors

The Denver Post - ‎36 minutes ago‎
Shirin Vala, 65, who has essential tremors, uses a Liftware spoon to help her eat without spilling at her home in Oakland, Calif. (Eric Risberg, The Associated Press).

Vultures can digest their rotten lunch, thanks to their toxic gut bacteria

Beta Wired - ‎1 hour ago‎
2 A new study shows that turkey vultures have two types of bacteria in their gut and both are toxic to vertebrates. Advertisement.

Donated arms thrill transplant recipient

Boston Globe - ‎2 hours ago‎
In the past month, Will Lautzenheiser has started to learn what it's like to have arms and hands again. He has gingerly lifted spoonfuls of soup to his mouth and eagerly hugged loved ones.

Britain almost the worst in the world for obesity-fuelled cancer - ‎2 hours ago‎
Britain is the fourth worst in the world for cancer caused by obesity among men, according to a major Lancet study, which experts said showed “catastrophic” levels of harm in this country.

Argentina's Kirchner in First Public Speech After Illness

NDTV - ‎1 hour ago‎
Buenos Aires: Argentina's President Cristina Kirchner appeared in public following a nearly month-long absence from illness, reigniting the offensive against hedge funds and vowing she wants a resolution to the debt crisis.

Official: Gunmen Kill 4 Polio Workers in Pakistan

ABC News - ‎20 minutes ago‎
A Pakistani police spokesman says gunmen have killed four health workers administering polio vaccines in a southwestern city. Shahzada Farhat says those killed in the Wednesday attack in Quetta included three women.

Don't blame the turkey for your post-Thanksgiving food coma

Chicago Tribune - ‎7 hours ago‎
After the Thanksgiving feast has been eaten, and you are dozing off into a post-meal slumber, don't blame the tryptophan. The myth that the tryptophan levels in turkey cause drowsiness is one that is sure to be repeated Thursday and likely every Thanksgiving ...

Denham Harman, doctor behind "Free Radical Theory of Aging" theory, dies at 98

The Denver Post - ‎36 minutes ago‎
OMAHA - Dr. Denham Harman, a renowned scientist who developed a prominent theory on aging that's now used to study cancer, Alzheimer's disease and other illnesses, has died at age 98.

Nurse who had Ebola asking bridal store she visited for refund

The Week Magazine - ‎2 hours ago‎
Amber Vinson, the Dallas nurse who flew to Ohio to visit a wedding boutique before being diagnosed with Ebola, is now asking that store for a refund of $480.

Why Tecfidera Drug Label Is Updated...

RTT News - ‎3 hours ago‎
The drug label of Biogen Idec Inc.'s (BIIB: Quote) Tecfidera, an oral therapy for multiple sclerosis, has been updated to include information describing the case of a rare and serious brain infection called PML associated with its use, the FDA announced on ...

Job complexity protects against cognitive decline

6minutes - ‎8 hours ago‎
People who have complex interactions with data and with other people in their professional life are more likely to preserve their cognitive abilities, even years after retirement, according to research published in the journal Neurology.

FDA strengthens warning on gynecologic device tied to cancer risk

SFGate - ‎8 hours ago‎
Federal health regulators on Monday strengthened their warning about a device commonly used in minimally invasive hysterectomies that can spread undetected cancer, saying that it shouldn't be used on the “vast majority” of women.

5 ways to enjoy the Thanksgiving feast and not overeat

Rochester Democrat and Chronicle - ‎2 hours ago‎
The year's biggest day for caloric consumption arrives Thursday and overeating will be have a big seat at the feast table. Thanksgiving brings families and friends together around a spread of food like no other holiday.

Mother sacrifices her own life for baby, dies during childbirth

FOX 47 News - ‎4 hours ago‎
When Aurora, Colorado, mother Karisa Bugal went into labor earlier this month, she was faced with a difficult decision - that decision would ultimately end her life, but allow her newborn son to live.

Chargers Blood Drive deemed a success

U-T San Diego - ‎3 hours ago‎
Chargers President Dean Spanos was among the members of the organization to attend the team's 36th annual blood drive. - Mike Nowak/San Diego Chargers.
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