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  • Forget Ebola, Florida Issues “Flesh-Eating Bacteria” Public Health Warning

    As Ebola spreads mercilessly across the world, it appears Florida has a problem that sounds just as awful. As CBS reports, Florida health officials are warning beachgoers about a seawater bacterium that can invade cuts and scrapes to cause flesh-eating... Read More >>

    Ebola Epidemic Update: US Citizen Dies In Nigeria, Virus Poses Threat To Britain, Liberia Declares State Of Emergency

    In a world rife with geopolitical calamities, it is easy to forget that west Africa is currently suffering the worst Ebola epidemic in history. Here are the latest updates: Click to read the full story Read More >>

    Statins May Improve Wound Healing Following Cardiac Surgery

    Statin therapy may help to improve wound healing in patients following cardiac surgery and reduce overall recovery time, especially in patients who are prone to healing complications, according to a review article in the August 2014 issue of The Annals of... Read More >>

    How Is Depression Related To Dementia?

    A new study by neuropsychiatric researchers at Rush University Medical Center gives insight into the relationship between depression and dementia. The study is published in the July 30, 2014, online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American... Read More >>

    Study Finds Humble Bosses Are Best

    Research shows bombastic, egocentric leaders are not most effective. Bosses who yell, threaten and micromanage their way to the top, often at the expense of miserable underlings are all too common in today's workplaces. But the Tony Sopranos and Darth... Read More >>

    Sandwiched Boomers Hold Off On Retirement

    Resources are strained when many are taking care of their parents as well as their kids. It seems the very things that helped define the Baby Boom generation are also working against its efforts to retire. Boomers are free-spirited, independent and active.... Read More >>

    The Government’s Assault On Retirees

    Your bond portfolio may need a defensive adjustment. The Federal Reserve is printing money as if it were going out of style. Could this behavior lessen the value of a dollar? How great is the risk to your retirement—and what are you going to do about... Read More >>

    What Parents Of Soon-to-Be College Students Need To Know About Credit Cards

    Students will likely have college debt after graduation, but should they have both credit card and student loan debt? I interviewed Beverly Harzog, author of Confessions of a Credit Junkie, about all things college students and credit cards. Did... Read More >>

    How To Save Money On Your Monthly Food Bill

    There are a few things that can derail your plans to save money: splurging on clothes that you don’t need, monthly rent and, of course, your monthly food bill. Heading to the supermarket to buy food each week is essential, but it can be much costlier than... Read More >>

    Two Sick Passengers Were Tested For Ebola In Hong Kong And The UK

    Fears over West Africa’s Ebola outbreak have gone global following the death of a man in Lagos last week, as health authorities in Hong Kong and Birmingham, England, have quarantined passengers showing possible symptoms of the disease. In Hong Kong, the... Read More >>

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