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Writer and editor for Shots, NPR's health blog. Ex-WSJ. My fixations manifested here. And, yes, there will be typos. (PR people, don't pitch me on Twitter.)

Poll: Broad Support In U.S. For Ebola Travel Ban

wvpublic.org — How do Americans feel about Ebola and the U.S. response to the outbreak so far? NPR and our partners at Truven Health Analytics asked more than 3,000 adults in a poll conducted online and by phone (mobile and landline) Oct. 1-15.

Poll: Broad Support In U.S. For Ebola Travel Ban

kcur.org — How do Americans feel about Ebola and the U.S. response to the outbreak so far? NPR and our partners at Truven Health Analytics asked more than 3,000 adults in a poll conducted online and by phone (mobile and landline) Oct. 1-15.

Poll: Broad Support In U.S. For Ebola Travel Ban

wnyc.org — How do Americans feel about Ebola and the U.S. response to the outbreak so far? NPR and our partners at Truven Health Analytics asked more than 3,000 adults in a poll conducted online and by phone (mobile and land line) Oct. 1-15.

Poll: Broad Support In U.S. For Ebola Travel Ban

wabe.org — How do Americans feel about Ebola and the U.S. response to the outbreak so far? NPR and our partners at Truven Health Analytics asked more than 3,000 adults in a poll conducted online and by phone (mobile and landline) Oct. 1-15.

Poll: Broad Support In U.S. For Ebola Travel Ban

npr.org — How do Americans feel about Ebola and the U.S. response to the outbreak so far? NPR and our partners at Truven Health Analytics asked more than 3,000 adults in a poll conducted online and by phone (mobile and land line) Oct. 1-15.

Parkinson's drugs can be a gateway to sin

scpr.org — Drugs that are commonly prescribed to help people cope with Parkinson's disease have been linked to bizarre changes in behavior that patients and doctors should be on guard against, researchers say. The disturbing side effects include compulsive gambling, uncontrollable shopping and a sudden obsession with sex.

Parkinson's Drugs Can Be A Gateway To Sin

Parkinson's Drugs Can Be A Gateway To Sin

wnyc.org — Drugs that are commonly prescribed to help people cope with Parkinson's disease have been linked to bizarre changes in behavior that patients and doctors should be on guard against, researchers say. The disturbing side effects include compulsive gambling, uncontrollable shopping and a sudden obsession with sex.

Parkinson's Drugs Can Be A Gateway To Sin

wvpublic.org — Drugs that are commonly prescribed to help people cope with Parkinson's disease have been linked to bizarre changes in behavior that patients and doctors should be on guard against, researchers say. The disturbing side effects include compulsive gambling, uncontrollable shopping and a sudden obsession with sex.

Parkinson's Drugs Can Be A Gateway To Sin

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Oct 22, 2014

@sharonicles thanks. not sure how that got garbled. Requip is for restless leg syndrome.

Oct 10, 2014

Painfully good ghost pepper tortilla chips. Thanks, @elizabarclay for bringing them back from Austin. pic.twitter.com/wSvWnBf1yv

Oct 10, 2014

.@CNBCClosingBell to @WilliamShatner1: How concerned are you about Ebola? A: "I don't want to catch it."

Oct 10, 2014

32 Myths About The Flu Vaccine You Don't Need to Fear by @tarahaelle (RTing bcs of bad link reports): npr.org/blogs/health/2…



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