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Hurricane seen as lesson in health care - Royal Gazette
Hurricane seen as lesson in health care
Royal Gazette
Residents proved during Hurricane Gonzalo the benefits of early detection and preparing for adversity ? and the same efforts should be made when it comes to our health. This was the message from Margaret Fergusson, wife of Governor George Fergusson, ...



Pentagon orders 21-day Ebola quarantine for troops - Washington Post
Pentagon orders 21-day Ebola quarantine for troops
Washington Post
President Barack Obama, meeting with health care workers at the White House, acknowledged that the United States was not invulnerable to the disease but cautioned against discouraging civilian volunteers with overly restrictive measures upon their return ...

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Henry Schein's Think Pink, Practice Pink Program Donates More Than $173000 .....
Henry Schein's Think Pink, Practice Pink Program Donates More Than $173000 ...
DigitalJournal.com
MELVILLE, N.Y., Oct. 31, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Henry Schein, Inc. (NASDAQ: HSIC), the world's largest provider of health care products and services to office-based dental, animal health and medical practitioners, announced today that its "Think Pink, ...



County Prepares For Ebola - KDAL
KDAL

County Prepares For Ebola
KDAL
Duluth, MN (KDAL) - Even though the threat is low, St. Louis County Public Health officials are preparing for any possibility of an ebola case in the northland. Health care professionals from the county, Essentia Health, St. Lukes and Fairview Range Hospitals ...

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WHO updates guidelines for health care workers dealing with Ebola - CTV News
CTV News

WHO updates guidelines for health care workers dealing with Ebola
CTV News
GENEVA - The U.N. health agency is updating its guidelines for health workers dealing with the deadly Ebola virus, recommending tougher measures such as doubling up on gloves and making sure the mouth, nose and eyes are better protected from ...

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Poll: Economy, Health Care Eclipse Social Issues - KSTP.com
Poll: Economy, Health Care Eclipse Social Issues
KSTP.com
The poll finds that social issues are eclipsed by concerns about the economy, health care, the Islamic State group and Ebola. Hovering over each of these individual issues is a broad dissatisfaction with President Barack Obama and Republican leaders in ...

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From Health Care to Health: PVH Emergency Medical Services - The Coloradoan
The Coloradoan

From Health Care to Health: PVH Emergency Medical Services
The Coloradoan
University of Colorado Health's video series, "From Health Care to Health," gives you an inside look at northern Colorado's leading health care facilities, cutting-edge research and technology and University of Colorado Health's compassionate care. Episode ...



Health spending expected to slow - Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Health spending expected to slow
Saskatoon StarPhoenix
"There's no question that we expect the influence of the aging population to incrementally impact health care," said Brent Diverty, CIHI's vice-president of programs. "But this idea of a tsunami, we're just not seeing it in the data." The aging population's effect on ...

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WEB EXTRA: A Look at Ebola Guidelines in Some States - KSTP.com
WEB EXTRA: A Look at Ebola Guidelines in Some States
KSTP.com
In Georgia, travelers arriving from West Africa who have had direct contact with an infected person will be considered high risk and will be placed in quarantine at a designated facility to be monitored, while health care workers who have been treating Ebola ...

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Our view: McHenry County Board does right thing on grant vote - Northwest Herald
Our view: McHenry County Board does right thing on grant vote
Northwest Herald
It allows entities such as Centegra Health System, Family Health Partnership Clinic and Pioneer Center for Human Services to hire counselors to help uninsured local residents enroll in the state's Affordable Care Act-approved health care exchange.

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