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(FILES) This file photo taken on August 16, 2014 shows a girl suspected of being infected with the Ebola virus having her temperature checked at the government hospital in Kenema, Sierra Leone. People who survive Ebola may battle debilitating health problems a year after they were declared infection-free, according to an ongoing trial in Guinea which highlighted the need for patient followup. Three-quarters of survivors had post-Ebola symptoms when they enrolled for a trial in Guinea -- about a year on average after they were declared infection-free, researchers reported on January 14. / AFP PHOTO / CARL DE SOUZA | Manila Bulletin

Ebola’s long-term effects revealed

By Agence France-Presse People who survive Ebola may still battle debilitating health problems a year after being declared infection-free, according to an ongoing trial in…

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Did you eat your veggies? Urine test can tell

  By Agence France-Presse A simple urine test can reveal whether you had steamed fish or a fat-riddled steak for dinner, and could one day…



Given the increasing number of people suffering from job or social stress, doctors may have to include stress as a factor when assessing an individual's risk for cardiovascular disease, said Ilze Bot of Leiden University in the Netherlands (AFP Photo/PHILIPPE HUGUEN) / MANILA BULLETIN

Study shows the way stress may harm your heart

By Agence France-Presse Scientists said Thursday they may have uncovered a biological explanation for the long suspected link between stress and heart disease. People with…