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  Thursday  27th of November 2014  11:01:19 AM MST
Top Health News-
Top Health News- 08:26 AM 
Indian dies of Ebola in Liberia, says Health Ministry 
An Indian has died of Ebola in Liberia, said the Health Ministry on Wednesday. 

Top Health News- 11:54 PM 
Life-saving bacteria found in turkeys 
The biological machinery needed to produce a potentially life-saving antibiotic is found in turkeys, researchers have found. 

Top Health News- 07:09 PM 
Sierra Leone Ebola burial teams dump bodies in street 
Burial workers in eastern Sierra Leone were sacked today after snatching Ebola victims from a mortuary and dumping their bodies in the street in a pay dispute. 

Top Health News- 08:33 AM 
Two outbreaks of highly pathogenic H5 bird flu virus reported at duck farm in Kerala: OIE 
India reported two outbreaks of a highly pathogenic bird flu virus at duck farms in the southern state of Kerala, the first occurrence of the disease since February this year, the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) said on Tuesday. 

Top Health News- 09:08 PM 
Patient with Ebola symptoms being monitored in New York 
A person showing symptoms of Ebola has been subjected to medical tests at a New York hospital, after returning from the Ebola-hit country of Mali. 

Top Health News- 11:36 PM 
British charity Diabetes UK launches a 'Measure Up' programme 
Diabetes is one of the most common diseases in the world and the abdomen is the most obvious risk factor. The British charity Diabetes UK has launched a 'Measure Up' programme to keep this in check. 

Top Health News- 03:17 AM 
3D-printed model to help treat complex heart disorders 
A 3-dimensional printed model of the heart, combined with standard medical images, may help surgeons treat patients born with complicated heart disorders, scientists say. Most heart surgeons use 2D images taken by X-ray, ultrasound and MRI for surgical planning. 

Top Health News- 06:35 PM 
Ebola death toll rises to 5,420: WHO 
The World Health Organisation has said that 5,420 people had so far died of Ebola across eight countries, out of a total 15,145 cases of infection, since late December 2013. 

Top Health News- 09:01 AM 
Delhi's Lok Nayak hospital not equipped to deal with Ebola 
A Health Ministry team has found that Delhi's Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan Hospital (LNJP), which was designated by Central Government to offer Ebola treatment is not equipped to deal with the disease. 

Top Health News- 11:46 AM 
Ebola-infected man recovering; to be observed for 90 days 
The Ebola-infected man, who was quarantined at the Delhi airport, is recovering from the deadly disease. The man had contracted Ebola in Liberia and had also been treated but traces of the diseases were found in his body fluids following which he has been kept in isolation. 

Health News
Health News 09:10 AM 
Obesity causes 500,000 new cancer cases worldwide every year 

Health News 07:47 AM 
Scientists shed new light on how memory loss is inherited 

Health News 04:21 AM 
'3 specific cells' combo behind breast cancer spread, confirm scientists 

Health News 10:30 PM 
Obesity to blame for half a million cancers a year, WHO agency says 

Health News 08:20 PM 
Only three in 10 Americans have HIV under control, says government report 

Health News 12:10 PM 
Only 30% Americans living with HIV have virus in check- Government report 

Health News 09:10 AM 
India has over six crore diabetics, second only to China 

Health News 06:55 AM 
How garlic and broccoli help fight cancer 

Health News 06:38 AM 
'Good fat' can be beneficial for people with type 2 diabetes 

Health News 04:43 AM 
Sale of loose cigarettes likely to be banned; minimum age may be raised 

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Top Headlines
Top Headlines 03:08 AM 
Simple test can detect cervical cancer 
This signature represents the major proteins in blood plasma, measured by DSC. 

Top Headlines 05:29 AM 
UK hoteliers warned: Indian tourists 'amiable but indecisive' 
A government funded tourism body published a list of 'dos' and 'don'ts' for benefit to hoteliers. 

Top Headlines 12:33 PM 
An abnormal stroke risk 
Atrial fibrillation can cause strokes even among lean and physically active people. 

Top Headlines 02:24 AM 
Drivers 'distracted' 10 per cent of the time behind the wheel 
The risks of distracted driving were greatest for newly licensed teen drivers. 

Top Headlines 02:21 AM 
Study finds common emotions trigger bodily reactions 
Different emotions have their affect on different body parts, according to the research. 

Top Headlines 02:15 AM 
Good night's sleep crucial for brain health 
These molecules are typically found in the brain. 

Top Headlines 01:24 AM 
Peer pressure may influence food choices 
Data indicate that social norms influence the quantity of food eaten. 

Top Headlines 12:48 AM 
Reading a book may change your brain 
'The neural changes suggest that reading a novel can transport you into body of the protagonist.' 

Top Headlines 12:00 AM 
Brain development is 'choreographed': study 
Findings emphasise importance of interplay between genes and environment in child's initial years. 

Top Headlines 01:11 AM 
Children are clever helpers: Study 
Kids can override direct requests in deciding best way to help someone else achieve their goals.