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By Maria Hengeveld Since its opening in 1895, Low Memorial Library has become one of Columbia University’s most admired architectural sites. Its magnificent façade and columns draw photographic attention from tourists, guests, and prospective students on a daily basis. A few weeks ago, the building’s attic confronted visitors, most of whom prospective students,...
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Nasal Balloons Help Treat 'Glue Ear' in Children
savesaved. register today. Earn Free CME Credits by reading the latest medical news in your specialty. sign up. by Hanneke Weitering MedPage Today Intern. Action Points. Autoinflation in children 4-11 years of age with otitis media with effusion (OME ...
Nasal Balloon Treatment May Help Children Suffering From 'Glue Ear' And ...
Nasal balloon therapy helps fluid buildup in middle ear common to kids
Nasal Balloon Can Treat Otitis Media With Effusion
Americans report improved health, better healthcare: study
Americans are reporting improved health and better healthcare two years after health insurance became available under the Affordable Care Act, according to a new study published on Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association. The study ...
Celebrate 50 Years of Medicaid by Expanding it to Cover More People
Here's some more good news about Obamacare. Too bad it won't dent the debate.
Millions of Americans Reaping Benefits of Affordable Care Act: Study
Does Eating Pot Make You Higher Than Smoking It?
When a young man in Colorado ate a marijuana-laced cookie and then jumped to his death off a fourth-floor balcony last year, he became the first high-profile death related to marijuana intoxication since the state legalized recreational use of the drug ...
A teen died after eating pot. Guess how many died from alcohol poisoning?
CDC issues warning for edible marijuana products
CDC Highlights Dangers Of Marijuana Edibles Following Death Of Teen In Denver
Kroger Recalls Spices Due to Possible Salmonella Contamination
National supermarket chain Kroger Co. is recalling four of its house line of spices, which could be contaminated with salmonella. The recall includes Kroger Ground Cinnamon, Kroger Garlic Powder, Kroger Coarse Ground Black Pepper and Kroger Bac'n ...
Kroger Recalls Four Spices With Salmonella Concerns
Four Kroger Brand Spices Recalled
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Oklahoma Brothers Hospitalized With Sunburns After Day Care Trip
It was supposed to be a fun way to beat the heat. But a trip to the water park turned into a nightmare for two Oklahoma brothers, their mother says. The boys suffered second- and third-degree sunburn on a field trip with their day care to the water ...
Kids Hospitalized With Severe Sunburns After Day Care Trip (GRAPHIC)
Oklahoma day care closes after reports of sunburned children
Oklahoma boys suffer third-degree sunburns at daycare
Watch this Amazing Child Get a Bilateral Hand Transplant
In early July, surgeons at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia performed the complex surgery to attach two donor hands to Zion Harvey, an eight-year-old boy whose hands and feet were amputated several years ago after he caught a severe and unknown ...
8-year-old boy gets double hand transplant in surgical first
Owings Mills boy first recipient of double hand transplant on a child
Baltimore Boy Is First Child to Get Double Hand Transplant
Doctors have good advice for new parents — but don't necessarily share it
The media can't always be a trusted source of advice when it comes to women's health. Yet while there's no end to the wisdom celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Gwyneth Paltrow dole out to new moms, doctors' advice can be surprisingly absent on some ...
Not all new mothers in US get advice on breastfeeding, infant care: survey
Many new mothers don't receive advice on infant care from doctors, survey finds
Instead of curbing drinking, college kids try to curb consequences
(Reuters Health) - A new study of college students finds that some of their “protective strategies” when they plan on drinking are actually tied to greater alcohol use. This study, and other studies of protective drinking strategies, “seem to be ...
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Desmond Tutu Returns for Treatment in South African Hospital
South African retired archbishop Desmond Tutu has returned for hospital treatment, a week after he left a Cape Town hospital following an intensive antibiotics course for an infection, his foundation said Tuesday. The Nobel Peace Prize laureate was ...
Archbishop Desmond Tutu Re-Admitted to South African Hospital
Archbishop Tutu re-admitted to hospital
South Africa's Desmond Tutu readmitted to hospital
Hogan named chairman of national economic committee
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Gov. Larry Hogan has been named chairman of the economic development and commerce committee of the National Governors Association. The Washington Post (http://wapo.st/1D8BHqm) reports that the governor's spokesman Matt ...
Maryland Governor: Losing Hair, Killing Cancer Cells
Newly bald Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan faces cancer with humor
Larry Hogan, Maryland governor, loses his hair in cancer fight