Tag Archives: Disease

2011 NC State Fair E. coli Investigation Advances With Attendee Disease Survey

North Carolina's E. coli outbreak, which has sickened at least 25 people in seven counties, appears to be associated with attendance at the NC State Fair in Raleigh. State Epidemiologist Megan Davies says Fair attendance is the only identified common … Continue reading

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Reverand Pat Robertson, Divorce, and Alzheimer's Disease: Is It Okay to Divorce a Sick or Dying Spouse?

[Photo from wikipedia] Whether you love him or hate him, you must admit that the Reverand Pat Robertson has an uncanny affinity for making controversial statements which attract attention. What do you think of Robertson's latest statement about divorcing a … Continue reading

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Brain Injury Leads to Increased Parkinson's Disease Risks

As a maritime lawyer, I am very aware that maritime workers who have suffered a brain injury are at a much higher risk of impaired cognitive functioning, memory loss and a number of other side effects. However, new research also … Continue reading

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Social Security Holds Compassionate Allowances Hearing on Cardiovascular Disease and Multiple Organ Transplants

On November 9, 2010 Michael J. Astrue, Commissioner of Social Security, hosted at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, the agency's sixth public hearing on Compassionate Allowances. Commissioner Astrue joined Susan B. Shurin, Acting Director of the National Heart, Lung, … Continue reading

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Koshland Museum Opens New Interactive Exhibit, Infectious Disease: Evolving Challenges to Human Heal

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