Ebola outbreak: deadly foreign diseases are ‘potential major threat’ – Telegraph.co.uk


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Ebola outbreak: deadly foreign diseases are 'potential major threat'
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Emerging infectious disease is a global grand challenge. “We were lucky with Sars. But we have to do the best horizon scanning. We have to think about risk and managing risk appropriately. “The government is keeping a close eye on the Ebola outbreak ...
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Guinea’s Ebola outbreak: Disease poses little threat to travellers, expert says – CBC.ca


Guinea's Ebola outbreak: Disease poses little threat to travellers, expert says
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In terms of transmission, he adds, "there are far worse diseases out there." The biggest recorded outbreak of Ebola was in 2000 in Uganda, with 425 infected and 224 dying as a result, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). But large ...

Inflammatory Muscle Disorder Enhances the Risks of Heart Diseases – The Westside Story


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Inflammatory Muscle Disorder Enhances the Risks of Heart Diseases
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ENGLAND – The common inflammatory disease which causes pain and stiffness in older people may increase the jeopardy of cardiovascular diseases, a new research says. This disease is polymyalgia rheumatic. The research has conducted by Christian D.
Inflammatory Muscle Disorder May Raise Risk for Heart Attack, StrokeHealthDay

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Ebola, Smallpox and Bubonic Plague: Deadliest Diseases in Human History – International Business Times UK


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Ebola, Smallpox and Bubonic Plague: Deadliest Diseases in Human History
International Business Times UK
Also known as Variola vera, the contagious disease caused an estimated 300 to 500 million deaths in the 20th century. As recently as 1967, the World Health Organisation stated that around 15 million people contracted the disease and two million had ...

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Run Every Day to Keep Deadly Diseases at Bay – International Business Times, India Edition


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Run Every Day to Keep Deadly Diseases at Bay
International Business Times, India Edition
Interestingly, running for just five or ten minutes a day also decreased risk of dying early from cardiovascular diseases by 45 percent. Cardiovascular disease is a term used to refer to the disorders of the heart and blood vessels like heart attacks ...
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Fist bumps could help doctors avoid spreading diseases – Press Herald


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Fist bumps could help doctors avoid spreading diseases
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The study found that 35.1 percent of people with credit records had been reported to collections for debt that averaged $5,178, based on September 2013 records. More Headlines. Dollar store merger unlikely to affect customers in Maine · Israel hits ...
Handshakes are a filthy, disease-spreading tradition; fist-bump insteadVox
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