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GROSS! This was in his brain for four years!

GROSS! This was in his brain for four years! Watch

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In what has to be one of the most bizarre cases in recent medical history, a series of brain scans have been made which charts the path of a tiny ...

Obesity: It isn't just deadly, but each year it costs the globe TWO TRILLION!

Obesity: It isn't just deadly, but each year it costs the globe TWO TRILLION! Watch

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It should come as no surprise to anyone that terrorism and war hurt the global economy. What is incredible is that just behind them in terms of ...

Creation of John Paul II Medical Research Institute

Creation of John Paul II Medical Research Institute

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By Alan B. Moy, MD

The Catholic Church has a long-standing history in health care, education and medical research. The Church was the first during the Middle Ages to ...

Welcome to the horrifying future where women are used and abortion rampant

Welcome to the horrifying future where women are used and abortion rampant Watch

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The professor and chemist who invented the birth control pill has now claimed that advances in IVF will render the pill obsolete allowing people to ...

Eat healthy, exercise and take statins - and live to be 120 years old

Eat healthy, exercise and take statins - and live to be 120 years old Watch

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While immortality still remains out of reach by scientific standards, some scientists now say they have worked out how we could make it to 120. ...

Dignity Health loses moral compass, settles overcharge scandal for $37 million

Dignity Health loses moral compass, settles overcharge scandal for $37 million Watch

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The San Francisco-based Dignity Health hospital chain has agreed to pay a $37 million settlement to clear up allegations that they overcharged ...

'Elite controllers' claim that they can spontaneously 'cure' HIV

'Elite controllers' claim that they can spontaneously 'cure' HIV Watch

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It's another claim made by researchers about a disease that continues to devastate the world. Scientists say they have uncovered the genetic ...

Sierra Leone sees Ebola cases 'spreading quickly'

Sierra Leone sees Ebola cases 'spreading quickly' Watch

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While in other parts of West Africa, new Ebola cases appear to be tapering off, new cases continue to rise "frighteningly quickly" in areas of ...

'Hyper-connected' brain created by popular hallucinogen 'Magic Mushrooms'

'Hyper-connected' brain created by popular hallucinogen 'Magic Mushrooms' Watch

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A popular, if illegal natural hallucinogen, "magic mushrooms" inspired the art and music of the hippie counter-cultural generation. Scientists ...

Convenient and easy! Why your next trip to the dentist could prove a lifesaver

Convenient and easy! Why your next trip to the dentist could prove a lifesaver Watch

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Soon, dentists may be able to test for diseases such as cancer, dementia, Alzheimer's, type 2 diabetes or even auto-immune diseases, a new report ...

Meet the 25 men who've fought off strokes, heart disease and dementia

Meet the 25 men who've fought off strokes, heart disease and dementia Watch

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Retirees in Britain may have found the key to a fit and happy old age, after practicing a new health regime for the last 35 years.

Ebola can stay virulent on unclean surfaces for SEVEN WEEKS, scientists say

Ebola can stay virulent on unclean surfaces for SEVEN WEEKS, scientists say Watch

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As Ebola continues to ravage West Africa and make inroads in both Europe and the United States, an even more disheartening fact has been learned ...

Tired of invasive colon tests? The Mayo Clinic may just have what you need

Tired of invasive colon tests? The Mayo Clinic may just have what you need Watch

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A new test from the Mayo Clinic may help those who find colon cancer screenings too invasive or arduous.

Dallas nurse declared free of Ebola disease

Dallas nurse declared free of Ebola disease Watch

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By CNA/EWTN News

Nina Pham, a Dallas nurse who has been battling Ebola after treating a patient in Texas, has now been declared free of the disease, and gave ...

People infected with Ebola sails past 10,000 mark - and half of them have died

People infected with Ebola sails past 10,000 mark - and half of them have died Watch

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It continues to spread unabated - according to the World Health Organization, more than 10,000 people have been infected with Ebola. Of those ...

Quarantined Ebola-positive doctor used subway, went to bowling alleys

Quarantined Ebola-positive doctor used subway, went to bowling alleys Watch

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As Dr. Craig Spencer, an American doctor living in New York City, is under quarantine after testing positive for the Ebola virus, officials are ...

While death rates fall, tuberculosis still leaves millions stricken

While death rates fall, tuberculosis still leaves millions stricken Watch

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For a completely curable disease, tuberculosis continues its deadly worldwide toll. The World Health Organization says that about 1.5 million ...

Have we passed the tipping point? Drug resistant tuberculosis could kill millions

Have we passed the tipping point? Drug resistant tuberculosis could kill millions Watch

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The World Health Organization (WHO) has reported that multidrug resistant tuberculosis (TB) is reaching a tipping point, with about 480,000 new ...

What's the biggest danger in your home? It will shock and disgust you

What's the biggest danger in your home? It will shock and disgust you Watch

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The biggest danger in your house aren't stairs, bugs or chemicals, but actually may be hand towels kept in the kitchen.

NOT long enough: Ebola could lay dormant in the body for longer than 21 days, expert claims

NOT long enough: Ebola could lay dormant in the body for longer than 21 days, expert claims Watch

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A new study warns that the recommended 21-day quarantine period for the Ebola virus is not long enough to contain the spread of the disease. ...

Nurse says Texas Presbyterian Hospital was chaotic and filthy during Ebola outbreak

Nurse says Texas Presbyterian Hospital was chaotic and filthy during Ebola outbreak Watch

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Texas Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, Texas, reacted very poorly when it discovered that they had been treating a Liberian man with Ebola. ...

Why aren't we doing this? Colombia bans entry to those from Ebola affected countries

Why aren't we doing this? Colombia bans entry to those from Ebola affected countries Watch

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Two countries have started barring entry to people coming from the nations in West Africa that have been hardest hit by the current Ebola outbreak.

Second Dallas health worker contracts Ebola virus

Second Dallas health worker contracts Ebola virus Watch

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A second Dallas health care worker has since contracted the Ebola virus - and authorities are now frantically trying to contact the more than ...

World has until Christmas to control Ebola; all bets off afterwards

World has until Christmas to control Ebola; all bets off afterwards Watch

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The United Nations says the Ebola outbreak must be controlled within 60 days. Otherwise, the world faces an "unprecedented" situation for which ...

The horrifying truth of Ebola: WHO suggests 10,000 could become infected per week

The horrifying truth of Ebola: WHO suggests 10,000 could become infected per week Watch

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The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a dire warning to the world. On October 14 they announced that the death rate of the current Ebola ...

Ebola is 'the most severe, acute health emergency seen in modern times' -- WHO

Ebola is 'the most severe, acute health emergency seen in modern times' -- WHO Watch

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Deaths from the currently Ebola epidemic has sailed past the 4,000 mark this week, with the majority of deaths confined to West Africa: Liberia, ...

Stem cell breakthrough could save diabetics from daily injections

Stem cell breakthrough could save diabetics from daily injections Watch

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Scientists have announced a stem cell breakthrough that could one day free millions of diabetics from a lifetime of insulin injections. Stem cell ...

Safety protocols called into question after first case of Ebola contracted on U.S. soil

Safety protocols called into question after first case of Ebola contracted on U.S. soil Watch

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While Thomas Duncan from Liberia may have been America's "patient zero" in regards to Ebola, the nurse who treated him that has since fallen ill ...