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If You’re in Your Golden Years, It’s Time to Drink Up to Remember

A new study has shown that, in older adults, moderate alcohol consumption can improve or preserve memory.

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Category: Health

Maine CDC Launches Ebola Website

The Maine Center for Disease Control has launched a new website focused on the Ebola virus. Dr. Sheila Pinette of the CDC says the hope is that the site will educate Mainers about the virus and allay some fears.

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Doctor in New York City Tests Positive for Ebola

On Thursday night, officials announced the first case of Ebola to hit New York City.

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Category: Health, News
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Duke Medicine, YouTube

Watch Blind Man See Again Thanks to Amazing Technology

Talk about advances in medicine.

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Category: Health, Technology
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Good News About Ebola, at Last

After weeks of concern, worry and then near panic over the deadly Ebola virus, there is finally some good news that will (hopefully) relieve some of the lingering fear of a broader epidemic.

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Category: Health
Photo from Andy Capwell
Photo from Andy Capwell

Andy Capwell: My Road Back

I shared on air and online on October 10th what I was going to be doing on my 'vacation'. On October 14th at 8:15 a.m. I had an appointment to start my major dental work. The support from the listeners has been awesome, thank you so much!

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Ebola and Pets — Important Facts You Need to Know

Can Ebola spread from people to animals or animals to people? Doctors from BluePearl Veterinary Partners have offered some important information about pets and Ebola.

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There’s a Vaccine for the Virus You Should Be Worried About — The Flu

Ebola may be grabbing all the headlines, but the virus we’re all far more likely to catch and get seriously ill from is one that’s very preventable: the flu.

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Category: Health
Nina Pham hospital bed

Nurse Infected With Ebola Posts Tearful Thank-You Video Before Flying to Maryland for Treatment

Nina Pham, the nurse who contracted Ebola in Dallas, flew to the National Institutes of Health in Maryland, but not before filming a thank-you/goodbye video for friends and colleagues.

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Category: Health
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Wavebreak

Breast Cancer by the Numbers — How Often It Occurs, How Much It Costs & More

Only by knowing the statistics of breast cancer will we be able to better arm ourselves against it.

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