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No Quarantine for Nurse While She Awaits Hearing, Judge Rules

October 31, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments
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Temporary court order prohibits her from public places.

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5 Tips to ‘Fall Back’ From Daylight Saving Time

October 31, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments
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What’s better than sleeping in on a Sunday? How about dodging the days-long consequences of rolling the clocks back this weekend?

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Maine Judge Rejects Ebola Quarantine for Nurse

October 31, 2014 Featured, Health, News No Comments

Kaci Hickox voiced her support for healthcare workers helping to fight Ebola in West Africa.

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Ambassador Power: I’ll Follow ‘Strictest Protocols’ on Ebola

October 30, 2014 Featured, Health, News No Comments

U.S. Ambassador Power praised “brave and altruistic” health workers, and said those returning from West Africa must follow “the strictest protocols.”

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Talks With Ebola Nurse Fail, Gov to Use ‘Full Authority’

October 30, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments
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Ebola nurse Kaci Hickox defies voluntary quarantine by going on a bike ride.

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No Shortage of Tanning Beds at Top US Colleges

October 30, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments
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College students at top schools in the United States have plenty of tanning beds to their disposal, according to a newly published study.

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‘Mandatory’: Maine Pushes Forward With Quarantine Rule

October 29, 2014 Featured, Health, News No Comments

Maine Health Commissioner Mary Mayhew said the state will seek a court order mandating that a nurse recently returned from Africa obey a quarantine.

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Obama Speaks With Health Workers on Ebola Frontlines

October 29, 2014 Featured, Health, News No Comments

On Wednesday afternoon, President Obama delivered remarks at a White House event with American health care workers fighting Ebola.

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Nurse Won’t Follow Maine Quarantine Rule, Lawyer Says

October 29, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments
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Kaci Hickox, the nurse who was quarantined at a New Jersey hospital despite exhibiting no Ebola symptoms after arriving from West Africa, won’t follow the quarantine imposed by Maine officials, her attorney said tonight.

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RidicuList: Is drinking soda as harmful as smoking?

October 28, 2014 Featured, Health, World No Comments

A new study published by the Journal of Public Health shows that people who drank a 20-ounce soda every day experienced the same kind of premature aging at the cellular level as smokers. So, smoke 'em if you got 'em? No

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