Top Ten Medical News from across the Globe
Medical News aggregated from across the globe – news to inform, news to educate, news to warn, news to help you know about various health issues across the globe.
Below are 10 of the most prominent and Latest Medical News collected by Medical Island:
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Still images and videos captured on cellphones and posted on social media sites, as well as local news media reports, appeared to show people spray-painting and looting a number of stores.
Norman Edelman, a senior medical advisor to the American Lung Association, said this type of cancer may be increasing as a result of changes in the way smokers smoke.
Experts say fear and misunderstanding of Ebola have led many to ignore medical advice, fueling the disease's spread. Ebola has killed 961 people in Liberia, Guinea, Sierra Leone and Nigeria. Join the Discussion. You are using an outdated version of Internet Explorer. The Independence Day.
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The ethical questions surrounding experimental Ebola drugs and vaccines were being debated Monday during a teleconference of medical ethicists and other experts organized by the UN health agency. Medical writer Cheng reported from London.
Schumer said the companies behind the fitness-oriented apps could take advantage of a loophole in a Sept 2013 law that provides specific guidelines for how mobile medical apps store data.
Sen Charles E Schumer holds a news conference in Central Park during which he revealed that personal health and fitness data is being gathered and stored by fitness bracelets like FitBit, seen here, and others like it, Sunday, Aug 10, 2014.
Medical staff lack protective gear like gloves, gowns and goggles and patients are turned away because centers are overcapacity, he said. “Most patients are dying with Ebola in their communities because there is simply no where to go,” said Glover, who has spent years as a medical missionary in Liberia.
“Lyme disease is a problem throughout the entire Northern Hemisphere,” said Dr Benjamin Luft, the vaccine's lead developer at Stony Brook University School of Medicine.