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Ebola: hospitalized in India Japanese tourist

Ebola: hospitalized in India Japanese tourist
A Japanese tourist suspected of having contracted the Ebola virus was hospitalized in isolation in India. The 27 year-old was taken to a private hospital in Imphal, the capital of the northeastern state of Manipur, after arriving in India from Burma....

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Poisoning poisonous mushrooms: second case in Gallura in 15 days

Poisoning poisonous mushrooms: second case in Gallura in 15 days
Still a case of poisoning by mushrooms in Gallura, andâ € ™ the second in 15 days. A young 23 year old native of La Maddalena, but resident in Arzachena, he andâ € ™ felt ill last night after eating a plate of mushrooms. It andâ € ™ presented allâ €...

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Ebola suspected in Sweden: test negative

Ebola suspected in Sweden: test negative
Tests have ruled out a suspected case of Ebola in Sweden, took on a patient from an African country hit by the epidemic. They indicated the authorities' health. A man, whose identity 'and not' was found, had been admitted to hospital on Friday aftern...

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Health: avoid the sun's rays may increase mortality in women

Health: avoid the sun's rays may increase mortality in women
Take too much sun is bad but avoid it altogether, thinking to avert the risk that appears melanoma, could be worse. The lack of exposure already causing a sharp reduction in the production of vitamin D up to double the risk of mortality '. The suppor...

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Health: the carillon can damage the delicate ears of infants

Health: the carillon can damage the delicate ears of infants
Chimes with various sounds that should facilitate the sleep of infants, could damage the delicate ears of children still developing. A denounce and 'a new research published in the American journal' Pediatrics': scholars have observed that when used...

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Easter, incoming sweets AISLA to help 6,000 patients

Easter, incoming sweets AISLA to help 6,000 patients
Desserts more 'good are those who do good and help people in need: in this spirit AISLA, Italian Association of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis has "baked" for Easter 2015, his doves and chocolate eggs to raise funds in support people with AL...

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Environment, Greenpeace: Apple is the largest green

Environment, Greenpeace: Apple is the largest green
According to the Greenpeace report 'Clicking Clean: How companies are the Green Buildin Internet', which analyzes the measures put in place by the internet company to reduce the environmental impact, Apple is the company greener. Apple not only provi...

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Venditti: "As a child I saw a flying saucer throwing manna"

Venditti: "As a child I saw a flying saucer throwing manna"
I was in Rome, at Villa Paganini with mom. When he arrived the mystery of 10 meters in diameter By drafting Meteoweb Flavio Manetti - http://www.corriere.it - ​​Just above his head and that of his mother, the object was looming and disturbing form:...

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Health here is the 5 sports that cause more injuries

Health here is the 5 sports that cause more injuries
Basketball, football, cycling, playgrounds and football are the activities 'physical in which children and adolescents suffer most' trauma. The peak of accidents happen in 14 years but there are differences in relation to the type of sport, at the ag...

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Ebola infected employee MSF in Sierra Leone

Ebola infected employee MSF in Sierra Leone
Doctors Without Borders (MFS) in Norway has announced that one of its employees in Sierra Leone has tested positive for Ebola virus. The Norwegian operator was put in isolation Sunday after manifesting fever. Laboratory tests carried out on the same...

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Medicine to study the oxygenation of fish to fight cancer

Medicine to study the oxygenation of fish to fight cancer
One of the ways to fight cancer goes from the study of oxygenation of fish. And 'what emerges from a international research published in "Science" which was attended by the team of Claudiu Supuran, researcher of the Department of Neuroscien...

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Health: Winter sports fans? Beware of dehydration

Health: Winter sports fans?  Beware of dehydration
Lovers of winter sports - skiing, snowboarding and ice skating - can lose in one day half a liter of liquid. And with the cold it feels less thirsty. "Under normal conditions, the sweat and urine are the main factors which contribute to the dehy...

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Health: attention to phthalates during pregnancy

Health: attention to phthalates during pregnancy
Attention to phthalates during pregnancy: these chemicals that are added to plastics to improve flexibility 'and moldability' and which are found in many commonly used products, such as synthetic fragrances, food containers, plastic, vinyl flooring a...

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Health: Women with light eyes are more resistant to pain

Health: Women with light eyes are more resistant to pain
It is said that the eyes are the window to the soul. Although in this statement there is 'little of science, and what a' true: eye color could hide various clues on health. A group of researchers at the Pittsburgh University has in fact discovered th...

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