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Electronic Cigarette Vaping the best alternative to tobacco smoking
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There is no doubt if someone is interested in quitting smoking and trying to go cold turkey is not for them….e-cigs are the best alternative! Out of all the stop smoking aids that have been introduced throughout the years, the invention of the electronic cigarette is the clear winner. This device is sweeping the world […]

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Gates Foundation: Neither for or against universal health coverage
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A funny thing happened at the World Bank the other day. World Bank President Jim Yong Kim gestures while speaking at the forum Endpoverty 2030 during the I

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Environmental Health Haiti: A brighter future
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The tiny island of Haiti is one of the most densely populated and poorest countries in the world. Its latest report says that at least half the population lives in the countryside, with no access to safe drinking water and health care. There are just three doctors for every 10,000 Haitians. But there’s one thing […]

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97 percent, 49 billion, and 3 other convincing climate change numbers
www.globalpost.com

After a UN panel’s latest report, GlobalPost looks at five key statistics on the science of global warming.

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A Boston Family’s Struggle With TB Reveals A Stubborn Foe
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Tuberculosis is much less of a health threat in the United States than it is in other countries. But a family in Boston discovered that even here, no one is immune from this ancient foe. More than a dozen family members were infected with TB, and matriarch Judy Williams died at age 59.

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Obesity Studies Tell Two Stories, Both Right
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A new study disputes findings that obesity among young children has declined, but because both sets of research used different time frames, both may be right.

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WHO | Adolescent health
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Adolescent health: WHO health topic page on adolescent healthprovides links to descriptions of activities, reports, news and events, as well as contacts and cooperating partners in the various WHO programmes and offices working on this topic.

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CDC – Global Health Ebola hemorrhagic fever in Kibaale
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ABC News’ Chief Health and Medical Editor, Dr. Richard Besser (left), interviews Dr. Pierre Rollin (right) at the Uganda Virus Research Institute in Entebbe. In August 2012, Dr. Rollin led a team from CDC’s Viral Special Pathogens Branch investigating an outbreak of Ebola hemorrhagic fever in Kibaale District of Western Uganda. Photo: Justin Williams, CDC.

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somalia-famine
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Get the latest international news and events from Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and more. See world news photos and videos at ABCNews

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International Health News
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International Health News…important health news form around the world 24/7

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