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There is a possibility that pacemakers and other electrical devices could be targeted by hackers, according to a paper published in the Journal of American College of Cardiology.
Zurich University to launch breast-feeding research centre Case studies highlight medication errors Long hours in front of television may boost risk for blood clot
An experimental treatment aimed at helping people with severe peanut allergy scored a clinical win, putting it in line to possibly become the first protective treatment.
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The number of babies dying of suffocation before their first birthday has been rising in recent years, by an increase in the number of parents sharing beds with their infants, a U.S. study suggests.
Vaccinating pregnant women is safe for babies Preemie babies find comfort in arms of NICU volunteer Nurses say dying patients are failed in their final days
A mother who first dismissed hidden signs of blood cancer, ends up saving her toddler's life after reading an article about a teen who died of the same disease.
Two teens take part in cancer scam in Toowoomba Cancer scam two girls are collecting donations in deceit Tessa Jowell's daughter says her mother never complains
Parents were devastated when doctors told them their 1-week old son had four congenital heart conditions and needed open heart surgery.
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The flu vaccine is 36% effective in preventing flu illness severe enough to send a patient to the doctor's office according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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Doctors are releasing the first detailed medical reports about the hearing, vision, balance and brain symptoms suffered in what the State Department has called "health attacks" on U.S. diplomats in Cuba.
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