Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention

Study: Alcohol Consumption Fights Against Heart Attacks, Increases Cancer RiskHaving a drink or two may help fight against the risk of heart attack, but it could also increase the risk of many cancers, according to a new global study.
Study: New Inhaled Ebola Vaccine Protects Monkeys From VirusNew research shows an inhaled Ebola vaccine is working to protect monkeys from the deadly affects of the virus.
Study: Half Of All Heart Disease Deaths Are PreventableHalf of all heart disease deaths – the number one killer of both men and women in the U.S. – could be prevented if Americans took the proper precautions against the top five modifiable risk factors.
Study: Teens May Only Need 1 Dose Of HPV VaccineTeenagers may only need one dose of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine Cervarix in order to prevent cervical cancer as opposed to the current two- and three-dose schedules, according to a new study.
CDC: Underwater Breath-Holding Games Killing SwimmersSwimming pool communities and aquatic public safety officials are being warned of dangerous underwater breath-holding games that are killing swimmers.
Study: Women Who Got Vaccinated For HPV May Need Another ShotWomen who received the human papillomavirus vaccine may be more likely to be infected with another strain of the HPV virus than women who do not get the vaccine, a new study finds.
Study: Liberia's Ebola Epidemic Could End By SummerA new study predicts that the Ebola epidemic in Liberia could come to an end by June if the country stays on track with getting a high percentage of people who are ill to a hospital.
British Travel Guide Warns Seniors About Dangers Of Unprotected SexA British government brochure on cruises warns seniors to wear condoms before engaging in casual sex because of STD dangers.
CDC To Revise Ebola Protocol, Pentagon Preps Team
Study: Mini-Strokes May Lead To PTSDIn a new study, sufferers of a mini-stroke were more likely to develop post-traumatic stress disorder.
CDC: Gay Men Represent 2 Percent Of US Population, 52 Percent Of People With HIVGay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men (MSM) make up 2 percent of the U.S. population but are the group most definitively affected by HIV, with 63 percent of those newly infected by HIV representing this group.
Study: Sunny Days May Boost Suicide RateA recent study has found a link between sunlight exposure and suicide rates; adding further evidence to previous studies.
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