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Health Law want employers to give insurance to employees

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Health law requirement makes it harder for big corporations this year, as they need to offer insurance to employees or face penalties, but might result in layoffs. A survey of nearly 600 employers by benefits consultant Mercer found that in 2015 the average percentage of employees who were eligible for coverage increased 1 …

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Health Workers now gone high-tech with Ebola-proof tablet

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Health Workers in Sierra Leopne didn’t have to fear about getting infected by Ebola as Google has developed a tablet that can battle the disease. Medical personnel on site are mandatory to be fully encased in protective hazmat suits, complete with goggles and wearing multiple layers of gloves, to prevent …

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Diet with Whole Grains and Nuts will help you to remember

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Alzheimer’s disease is really bothersome for the elderly, but new study says that disease can be avoided if you include whole grains and nuts on diet. Professor Martha Clare Morris developed the plan at Chicago’s Rush University, believed that they found that people who adhered to the diet plan called Mind …

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Most Parents use social media to tackle child health

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A Recent Survey shows most parents use the social media to discuss child health and parenting to their children. The survey comes from University of Michigan’s C.S. Mott Children. Over 50% of mothers and 30% of fathers tackles child health and parenting on social media, and the majority say using …

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Malathion Insecticides also affects Humans too, IARC says

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The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) said that people should stop using malathion insecticides since the carcinogenic might have unhealthy effects on humans. The results were issued in the online edition of the Lancet Oncology journal. It seems that insects are not the only group that can be …

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Family of Health Workers, who died due to Ebola gets $5k

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The government of Liberia has been paying the families of health workers, who died while doing servicing Ebola patients. Ebola has killed many patients and in some cases, even the health works. Tolbert Nyenswah, who leads the government’s Ebola response, said Thursday that 11 families have received $5,000 each so …

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