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- Study: Exposure To Plastics Reduces Women's Sex Drive, Disrupts Hormones Exposure to rubber items and the “phthalate” chemicals in the material causes women to lose their sex drive – unfortunately, these plastic products are nearly unavoidable in one’s daily life.
- Study: 1 Child Affected Every 8 Minutes With Medication Mistakes Every 8 minutes a child is affected by a medication mistake, a new study finds.
- Over 150 People In Ohio Being Monitored For Ebola Because Of Potential Contact With Nurse A Dallas nurse who tested positive for the Ebola virus after flying to Cleveland and returning home did not ignore medical or government protocols related to the disease, her family said.
- Second Nurse To Contract Ebola Retains High-Profile Attorney Amber Vinson, the second nurse in Dallas to contract the Ebola virus, has retained a high-profile attorney, her family said in a statement.
- 8 People In Ohio Under Quarantine As Officials Looking For Shoppers At Bridal Store Nurse With Ebola Visited Eight individuals in northeast Ohio were under quarantine Thursday as health officials broadened the group of people being notified that they may have had contact with a Texas nurse who was diagnosed with Ebola after visiting the area.
- CDC: Second Nurse Who Contracted Ebola 'Might Have Had Start Of Her Illness' Last Friday Health officials expanded their search for people who may have had contact with a Texas nurse diagnosed with Ebola to include another planeload of passengers and shoppers at an Ohio bridal store.
- Cleveland Mayor: There Is A Need For People To Have Precaution Over Ebola Ohio officials have stressed that the risk of contracting Ebola in the state is slim and reminded the public that the Texas nurse who recently visited Ohio before being diagnosed with the virus was showing no symptoms during her visit.
- CDC Director: Hospital Worker With Ebola 'Should Not Have Traveled On A Commercial Airline' Health officials are alerting airline passengers who were on the same flight as a Texas nurse who was diagnosed with Ebola the next day.
- Apple, Facebook Paying To Freeze Eggs Of Female Employees Facebook began covering egg freezing for workers earlier this year, becoming the first major employer on record to do so, according to NBC News, which reports that Apple will add the perk in January.
- WHO: 10,000 New Ebola Cases Per Week Could Be Seen A World Health Organization official says there could be up to 10,000 new cases of Ebola per week within two months.
- When Does One Glass Of Wine Become One Glass Too Many? It's the way many women relax at the end of a busy day: having a nice glass of wine. But, when does when one glass become one glass too many?
- Study: Later Doctor's Visits Lead To More Prescriptions A visit to the doctor later in the day makes it more likely that a patient will walk away with a prescription antibiotic, according to a new report.
- What Is The 'Perfect' Amount Of Sleep? It's the question we all want answered -- What is the "perfect" amount of sleep? Researchers in Finland analyzed sleep data from nearly 4,000 men and women.
- Could Blood Types Be Linked With Patterns Of Disease? People may know their blood type, but they may not think about associated patterns of disease.
- Study: People With Poor Smell More Likely To Die Within 5 Years According to a new study out of the University of Chicago, a fading sense of smell in older Americans may be the biggest predictor of impending death.