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    Health inspectors temporarily close Bellevue McDonald's - KIRO Seattle
      However, a spokesman for the McDonald's told us the restaurant wasn't trying to hide anything. He said the plumber was there for routine maintenance that led to a system back-up. The McDonald's spokesman says the hea ....more | Save |  Share  Email 18th Sep 2014 
    Respiratory virus confirmed in Pa. - Standard Speaker
      New York Daily News A hospital in Philadelphia sent samples from three confirmed cases of enterovirus D68, the health department announced Tuesday. ... Parents of children with asthma or other respiratory difficulties should keep to their normal main ....more | Save |  Share  Email 18th Sep 2014 
    Nevada one of worst states for childhood asthma - KVVU Las Vegas
      According to University of Nevada, Las Vegas, eight percent of Nevada kids have asthma, which is higher than in other states. Health officials believe mid-September kicks off the worst time of year for the disease, because of the upcoming ....more | Save |  Share  Email 17th Sep 2014 
    The Impact of Alzheimer's Disease -
      (Lakewood) - Life changed dramatically for Bob and Luanne Becker two years ago when doctors told them that Bob had Early Onset Alzheimer's Disease at the age of 58. Luanne felt like she was punched in the stomach. "This is not only my husband, w ....more | Save |  Share  Email 17th Sep 2014 
    Recruiting Bacteria to be Technology Innovation Partner - Amyloid proteins traditionally get a bad rap for their role in causing tremendous health challenges such as Alzheimer's disease, but in this case their role is fundamental to making BIND so robust. These amyloi ....more | Save |  Share  Email 17th Sep 2014 
    Conference on surgical oncology kicks off Thursday - The Hindu
      "When compared to the demand, there are very few surgical oncologists in the country. Currently, the doctor-patient gap is quite large and will take a few years to fill,? said V. Shanta, chairperson of Cancer Institute (WIA). Speaking to ....more | Save |  Share  Email 17th Sep 2014 
    Millennium to get new local president as Takeda oncology division shifts to ... - Boston Business Journal (blog)
      The new leadership comes as Takeda undergoes a global reorganization which will concentrate all of its oncology efforts, currently spread all over the world, at Millennium, according to the ....more | Save |  Share  Email 17th Sep 2014 
    Early cancer hospitals were modeled on French castles, served champagne - SBS
      SBS It wasn't until the 1930s that surgery improved and chemotherapy and other organized radiation treatments made cancer care very lucrative. In 1939, the cancer hospital left 455 Central Park West for the Upper East Side ....more | Save |  Share  Email 17th Sep 2014 
    First lady visits St. Jude Hospital in Memphis - Kansas City Star
      The first lady's plane was delayed by about 1 ˝ hours due to a maintenance issue, but the children patiently waited for her, working on an art project. St. Jude is considered a leading researcher of cancer and other life-threatening ....more | Save |  Share  Email 17th Sep 2014 
    Berries in cancer therapy trial - BBC News
      BBC News Wild berries native to North America may have a role in boosting cancer therapy, according to a study in the Journal of Clinical Pathology. Scientists suggest chokeberries could work in combination with conventional drugs to kill more cancer ....more | Save |  Share  Email 17th Sep 2014 
    Irish team makes cancer treatment breakthrough - Irish Examiner
      Irish Examiner Breakthrough research by an Irish cancer team is likely to have global implications for the manner in which radiotherapy treatment is delivered to some patients, according to doctors leading the clinical trial. Currently, pat ....more | Save |  Share  Email 17th Sep 2014 
    Denver Pediatric Allergist: Don't Panic To New Study Linking Childhood Asthma ... - CBS Local
      CBS Local DENVER (CBS4)- A new study links a pregnant woman's exposure to some common household chemicals to their unborn child's risk of developing asthma. The chemicals, called phthalates, are use ....more | Save |  Share  Email 17th Sep 2014 
    Tauranga cancer treatment centre to open - 3News NZ
      3News NZ A new $35 million cancer treatment centre in Tauranga has been blessed before it opens on October 1. The Kathleen Kilgour Centre is a public private partnership between Bay of Plenty Health Board and a group of private investors led by urologi ....more | Save |  Share  Email 17th Sep 2014 
    Beaverton police seeking missing woman with Alzheimer's Disease - The Oregonian -
      Beaverton police seeking missing woman with Alzheimer's DiseaseThe Oregonian - OregonLive.comA 70-year-old Beaverton woman with Alzheimer's Disease is being sought by police after being reported missing Wednesday. Sharon Barnett was last seen at her home in the 7900 block of Southwest Conne ....more | Save |  Share  Email 17th Sep 2014 
    Coach Rock's new arena - The
      Coach Ted "Rock? Knapp woke up one day in March 2008 with both ankles swollen. He ended up at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, was diagnosed 36 hours later with two terminal diseases, amyloidosis and multiple myeloma, and given six to 11 months to live . ....more | Save |  Share  Email 17th Sep 2014 
    Batavia Radiation Oncology Associates to join Wilmot Cancer Institute - The Batavian
      UR Medicine's James P. Wilmot Cancer Institute will soon introduce a full menu of cancer diagnosis and treatment services in Genesee County, anchored at 262 Bank St. in Batavia. UR Medicine has agreed to purchase B ....more | Save |  Share  Email 17th Sep 2014 
    Walk to End Alzheimer's Disease is this weekend - FOX31 Denver
      FOX31 Denver This weekend, hundreds will gather at the Walk to End Alzheimer's to support programs that help them along the way. More than 5 million Americans are coping with Alzheimer's disease. Beth Ryan's mother is one of ....more | Save |  Share  Email 17th Sep 2014 
    Men who smoke could be increasing asthma chances for their future children -
      We know the research shows that smoking parents can affect the health of their child. But now new research shows that fathers who smoke before the child is even conceived have a greater chance of having a child with a ....more | Save |  Share  Email 17th Sep 2014 
    Sumner schools budget spurs funding concerns - The Tennessean
      Due to questions having been raised before the full commission meeting about an increase in the maintenance of effort funding - or the amount of funding increase that the commission must continue to fund in future budgets - County Budget Cha ....more | Save |  Share  Email 17th Sep 2014 
    Votes Are In for 'Top 5 Advances in Modern Oncology' - Medscape
      Medscape As part of this year's 50th anniversary celebrations at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), the society prepared a list the most significant clinical cancer advances in a Major Milestones Timeline. It then ....more | Save |  Share  Email 17th Sep 2014 
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