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  • 10 Bizarre and Fascinating Medical Tales (1)
    The medical world is full of tales of the bizarre, ranging from rare, mysterious diseases to odd medical anomalies. Today’s list will focus on ten of these fascinating stories.   10) Man with Vulcan blood Remember Mr. Spock and his[...]
    Date Posted: 11/Aug/2013
  • Could It Be A Cure? Breakthrough Prompts Down Syndrome Soul-Searching
      In the 14 years since her daughter, Rachel, was born with Down syndrome, Jawanda Mast has always been clear that she’d change the condition if she could. “I couldn’t love her more, but I would give almost anything to[...]
    Date Posted: 11/Aug/2013
  • WHO Releases Guidance On Mental Health Care After Trauma
      New Clinical Protocol And Guidelines To Enable Effective Mental Health Care For Adults And Children Exposed To Trauma And Loss   News Release   AUGUST 2013 GENEVA - WHO is releasing new clinical protocols and guidelines t[...]
    Date Posted: 10/Aug/2013
  • HIV Occupational Exposure: USPHS Updates Guidelines
      After any occupational exposure to HIV, healthcare personnel (HCP) should immediately receive a postexposure prophylaxis (PEP) regimen containing at least 3 antiretroviral drugs, according to updated guidelines published in the September i[...]
    Date Posted: 10/Aug/2013
  • Nigeria: Kebbis Exemplary Nurses
      Birnin Kebbi — In Kebbi State nurses have joyfully gone beyond the call of duty and set up a fund to assist poor patients.   Hadiza Usman is one of the many mothers whose deteriorating living condition and poverty level has[...]
    Date Posted: 09/Aug/2013
  • Burglars Return Stolen Goods With Apologetic Note After Realizing They Robbed A Charity.
      Just when you had given up on humanity and were all packed up to move into the woods, humanity goes and does something to make you believe in it again.    Some burglars broke into an office, climbing in through the w[...]
    Date Posted: 09/Aug/2013
  • MERS-CoV: Healthcare Workers Infected, Not All Cases Serious
      Of 7 healthcare workers (HCW) in Saudi Arabia with Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) infection identified by nasopharyngeal swab screening, 2 were asymptomatic and 5 had mild upper respiratory tract symptoms, accordin[...]
    Date Posted: 09/Aug/2013
  • U.S. Reports a Breakthrough in Malaria Vaccine
    U.S. researchers reported a breakthrough Thursday in the search for a vaccine for malaria, the mosquito-borne disease that sickens millions worldwide. More than three dozen volunteers received multiple, intravenous doses of a vaccine produced wit[...]
    Date Posted: 09/Aug/2013
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