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  1. Obesity 'could be a disability' - EU (permalink)
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score: 3, Health, 2014-12-18 14:05:22, published by BBC
Obesity can constitute a disability if the health effects of their weight impact on their working life, the European Court of Justice has ruled. [additional details]
  2. We're living longer: 6 years more than in 1990 (permalink)
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score: 3, Health, 2014-12-18 07:06:37, published by USA Today
Women live longer than men because men have more bad health habits. additional details]
  3. New York bans fracking due to risk (permalink)
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score: 3, Health, 2014-12-18 00:05:05, published by BBC
Fracking, the controversial method of oil and gas development, will be banned in New York state after a report concludes the process poses "significant public health risks". [additional details]
  4. Who is Alan Gross? (permalink)
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score: 3, Health, 2014-12-17 16:05:56, published by CNN
He spent more than 25 years traveling the world, helping people in more than 50 countries. But for the past five, Alan Gross had been stuck in a Cuban prison, losing his hope, health and more than 100 pounds. ... [additional details]
  5. Atul Gawande: What ails India's public health system (permalink)
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score: 3, Health, 2014-12-17 03:05:40, published by BBC
Atul Gawande on what ails India's public health system [additional details]
  6. Is fracking polluting the air? (permalink)
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score: 3, Health, 2014-12-16 21:06:34, published by USA Today
An environmental group says fracking causes a wide spectrum of health problems. additional details]
  7. VIDEO: Ebola origins and search for cure (permalink)
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score: 3, Health, 2014-12-16 12:05:11, published by BBC
Global Health correspondent Tulip Mazumdar looks back at ebola's origins - and the search for a cure [additional details]
  8. White House issues climate change guide for hospitals (permalink)
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score: 3, Health, 2014-12-15 17:06:33, published by USA Today
The White House says climate change is a health hazard and hospitals need to be ready. additional details]
  9. Shift workers 'sicker and fatter' (permalink)
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score: 3, Health, 2014-12-15 09:05:24, published by BBC
People working shifts in England have higher rates of obesity and long-term health problems than those doing normal hours, according to a major study. [additional details]
10. Poor hygiene 'deadly in childbirth' (permalink)
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score: 3, Health, 2014-12-14 09:05:03, published by BBC
Leading health experts say sanitation facilities in birth clinics need to be given greater priority in low-income countries to prevent more deaths. [additional details]
11. Hospitals ‘face mounting pressures’ (permalink)
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score: 3, Health, 2014-12-12 02:05:28, published by BBC
Hospitals across the UK are facing mounting pressures as winter hits, health leaders are warning, as demand rises due to seasonal illnesses. [additional details]
12. Ebola dead piled up in hospital (permalink)
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score: 3, Health, 2014-12-11 13:05:03, published by BBC
Health officials in Sierra Leone discover scores of bodies in a remote mining area, raising fears the scale of the Ebola outbreak may be under-reported. [additional details]
13. 'Sugar worse than salt' row erupts (permalink)
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score: 3, Health, 2014-12-11 07:05:24, published by BBC
Scientists have clashed over claims that sugar may be worse for blood pressure and heart health than salt. [additional details]
14. Can the Ebola crisis generate a global change? (permalink)
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score: 3, Health, 2014-12-10 19:06:30, published by USA Today
As aid begins to look past the crisis, the big question is whether gains to health infrastructure can last. additional details]
15. England 'nation of pill-poppers' (permalink)
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score: 3, Health, 2014-12-10 11:05:34, published by BBC
Half of women in England are now regularly taking medication, according to the Health Survey for England. [additional details]
16. WHO: Ebola 'running ahead of us' (permalink)
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score: 3, Health, 2014-12-10 07:05:11, published by BBC
The Ebola virus that has killed thousands in West Africa is still “running ahead” of efforts to contain it, says the World Health Organization head. [additional details]
17. Firms awarded third of NHS contracts (permalink)
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score: 3, Health, 2014-12-10 02:05:33, published by BBC
A third of NHS contracts in England have been awarded to private sector providers since the Health and Social Care Act came into force, an investigation has found. [additional details]
18. VIDEO: How malaria deaths were halved (permalink)
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score: 3, Health, 2014-12-10 02:05:09, published by BBC
The BBC's David Shukman looks at how a "staggering rate" of success against the fight against malaria has been achieved. [additional details]
19. VIDEO: PNG: Winning the fight against malaria (permalink)
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score: 3, Health, 2014-12-09 18:05:08, published by BBC
Fariba Sahr-aei reports from community villages in Papua New Guinea about the defeat of malaria and the journey to eliminating the disease entirely. [additional details]
20. Post-Newtown momentum on mental health has slowed (permalink)
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score: 3, Health, 2014-12-09 17:06:32, published by USA Today
In many states, mental health funding hasn't recovered to pre-recesssion levels. additional details]
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