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Harvard Health

Always worried about your health? You may be dealing with health anxiety disorder
Harvard Health
You spend hours on the Internet researching health information. When you get a scratchy throat you automatically think cancer — not a cold. And even when medical tests come back showing that you're healthy, it doesn't make you feel better. In the back ...



Motley Fool

A Health Chip Is Part of a Broader Move by Apple Into Healthcare
Motley Fool
It's no secret that Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) has designs on the healthcare market. At the device maker's annual shareholder meeting earlier this year, Apple CEO Tim Cook signaled a broader interest in the field, saying that the company was in a "great ...

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CNBC

Tech firms say AI can transform health care as we know it. Doctors think they should slow down
CNBC
As an industry reliant on patient records and beset by outdated technology, health care is widely thought to be a prime target for an artificial intelligence revolution. Many believe the technology will provide a host of benefits to clinical ...

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Kansas City Star

'Do you have a sense of peace today?': This hospital now asks about spiritual health
Kansas City Star
Florida-based Adventist Health System, which is affiliated with the Seventh-day Adventist Church, will become AdventHealth starting in January. The move should help consumers distinguish between it and similarly named Adventist hospital chains based in ...



Science Magazine

Congo's new Ebola outbreak is hitting health care workers hard
Science Magazine
Health care workers have been especially hard hit by the current outbreak of Ebola in the northeastern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). To date, nine of the 51 confirmed cases of Ebola have been in people caring for the ill, says ...
Congo Ebola outbreak: 78 cases, 44 deaths, 10 health workers infectedCNN
Why the latest Ebola outbreak is worrying health officialsBecker's Hospital Review
Ebola situation reports: Democratic Republic of the CongoWorld Health Organization
NPR
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Forbes

Alex Jones' Top 10 Health Claims And Why They Are Wrong
Forbes
Now that Alex Jones has been booted off major social media platforms, are you wondering where you are going to get your health and science news ? Well, if he and his Infowars.com website have been your main sources, then you may want to rethink your ...

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Chicago Sun-Times

Birth control app highlights emerging health tech market
Chicago Sun-Times
“Apps are incredibly popular and there's nothing inherently wrong about using tech to support our health,” said Bekki Burbidge, deputy chief executive of the Family Planning Association, a British sexual health organization. “But they're also an area ...

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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Are you self-employed? Your health insurance options are likely to expand soon.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce plans to offer health plans solely for its members. Wisconsin Property Taxpayers Inc. may do the same. So, too, may other organizations. A burst of so-called association health plans could hit the market as early as ...
Podcast | Kaiser Health NewsKaiser Health News
What the Health? by Kaiser Health News on Apple PodcastsiTunes - Apple
What the Health? | Listen via Stitcher Radio On DemandStitcher
New Yorker
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The Seattle Times

Browns' Josh Gordon 'humbly' returns after health absence
The Seattle Times
CLEVELAND (AP) — Josh Gordon kept his word and “humbly” returned to the Cleveland Browns. All they can do is hope he stays clean. The former Pro Bowl receiver Saturday ended an extended absence from training camp to deal with his health. He has ...
Josh Gordon 'Humbly' Returns to Browns After Health AbsenceU.S. News & World Report

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Science Daily

Moderate carbohydrate intake may be best for health, study suggests
Science Daily
"We need to look really carefully at what are the healthy compounds in diets that provide protection," says Dr Sara Seidelmann, Clinical and Research Fellow in Cardiovascular Medicine from Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, USA who led the research.
Low-carb diets could shorten life, study suggestsBBC News
Dietary carbohydrate intake and mortality: a prospective cohort study and meta-analysis - The Lancet Public HealthThe Lancet
The Eatwell Guide - NHS - NHS ChoicesNHS Choices

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