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'It never really leaves you.' Opioids haunt users' recovery - wwlp.com


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'It never really leaves you.' Opioids haunt users' recovery
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Kyle Graves, who is in recovery for opioid addition, sits in the home he shares with his mother in Franklin, Tenn., Tuesday, June 6, 2017. Graves' troubles began more than a decade ago when he sought relief for degenerative arthritis in his hips ...

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Tips for Dealing with Diet and Weight Talk Over The Holidays - HuffPost


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Tips for Dealing with Diet and Weight Talk Over The Holidays
HuffPost
Diet and weight talk is unhelpful for everyone. It can be harmful for people in recovery from eating disorders, for children, and for pretty much anyone who is trying to have a healthy relationship to food and their body. It's also just boring. As an ...
Column: Tips for avoiding weight gain over the holidaysAsheville Citizen-Times
How to lose 7lbs in a week – by eating SIX meals a dayDaily Star
I Tried Intermittent Fasting. Here's What It's Actually Likemindbodygreen.com
NDTV Food -New York Times -Refinery29 -POPSUGAR UK
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Mild autumn means ticks still a threat in the woods - CBC.ca


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Mild autumn means ticks still a threat in the woods
CBC.ca
It may be late fall but it's still tick season in Nova Scotia. Andrew Hebda, the zoology curator at the Nova Scotia Museum, said reports of ticks are up as the mild weather persists and people continue to head into the woods for recreation. The museum ...
Pennsylvania leads nation in Lyme diseaseThe Times
Come On, Let's Work Together!ProHealth
Hunters need to be concerned about ticksNew Philadelphia Times Reporter
Williamsburg Yorktown Daily -Pharmacy News
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Risk of stillbirth 'doubles when pregnant women sleep on back' - ITV News


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Risk of stillbirth 'doubles when pregnant women sleep on back'
ITV News
The risk of stillbirth is doubled if women go to sleep on their backs in the third trimester, new research claims. If all pregnant women slept on their sides from week 27 onward, there would be a 3.7% decrease in stillbirth, saving around 130 babies ...

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'It Never Really Leaves You.' Opioids Haunt Users' Recovery - U.S. News & World Report


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'It Never Really Leaves You.' Opioids Haunt Users' Recovery
U.S. News & World Report
In the worst opioid epidemic in U.S. history, addiction recovery may be toughest for pain patients who must find safer ways to manage their conditions. Nov. 20, 2017, at 1:12 a.m.. 'It Never Really Leaves You.' Opioids Haunt Users' Recovery ...

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Stillbirth breakthrough: Women urged to sleep on side - Sky News


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Stillbirth breakthrough: Women urged to sleep on side
Sky News
The risk of stillbirth is halved if women sleep on their side in the last three months of pregnancy, according to research. 05:19, UK, Monday 20 November 2017. Hayley and Adam Pownsey with their stillborn son Joshua. Image: Hayley and Adam Powsney ...
Women advised to sleep on side to help prevent stillbirthBBC News

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Only 10% of Americans get enough fruits and vegetables, report finds - KTIC


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Only 10% of Americans get enough fruits and vegetables, report finds
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(NEW YORK) — Before chowing down on Thanksgiving, you might want to save some room for extra veggies on your plate. A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds only one in 10 adults get enough fruits or vegetables. Federal ...
CDC wants America to eat its fruits and veggiesGears Of Biz
Americans Like Fruits More Than Veggies, But We Aren't Eating Much of Either Says New CDC ReportForbes

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Theo's Journey: Transgender Teen's War With Body - Olean Times Herald


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Theo's Journey: Transgender Teen's War With Body
Olean Times Herald
The Associated Press followed Theo Ramos for more than a year as he grappled with his gender dysphoria. He was a child at war with his body, the exterior he was born with _ that of a girl _ didn't look or feel right. (Nov. 20). Subscribe for more ...
Theo's journey: A transgender child at war with his bodyNewser

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The dangers and potential of 'natural' opioid kratom - The Conversation US


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The dangers and potential of 'natural' opioid kratom
The Conversation US
C. Michael White does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment.
Local kratom users question official warnings about related deathsAtlanta Journal Constitution

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Sex education needs to be more graphic because teens are trying taboo practices, say experts - Telegraph.co.uk


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Sex education needs to be more graphic because teens are trying taboo practices, say experts
Telegraph.co.uk
Sex educationmay need to become more graphic because teenagers are increasingly experimenting with taboo practices, a new study has warned. Researchers at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) and University College ...
Brits are having sex younger than ever – and experimenting more in bedThe Sun
Today's young people found to have broader sexual tastesiNews

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Tips and Resources for Indian American Families for a Bacteria-Free Thanksgiving - India West


India West

Tips and Resources for Indian American Families for a Bacteria-Free Thanksgiving
India West
Marianne Gravely, senior technical specialist at the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service, says there are simple ways to keep yourself safe from bacteria when preparing your Thanksgiving turkey. (Shutterstock photo). Facebook · Twitter · Email ...
4 tips for cooking your Thanksgiving turkeyThe Hillsdale Daily News
Do: Avoid food poisoning on ThanksgivingNorth Platte Telegraph
Your Thanksgiving feast can be healthierThe Killeen Daily Herald
The Courier -Daily Commercial -The Newtown Bee -Picayune Item
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Deadly sugar addiction – why carbs, not fats, are the problem - kfor.com


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Deadly sugar addiction – why carbs, not fats, are the problem
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ST. LOUIS - Some doctors said sugar may be the number one killer in America right now. That may sound like a stretch, but you can see why they make that claim. Diabetes, heart disease, stroke and obesity can all be partially attributed to too much sugar.
A professor of medicine explains why eating fat won't make you fat — but sugar willBusiness Insider
Fitness blogger shows what can happen to your body when you stop yo-yo dietingMetro

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Owning dogs may be great for your heart and lower risk of death, study finds - La Crosse Tribune


La Crosse Tribune

Owning dogs may be great for your heart and lower risk of death, study finds
La Crosse Tribune
Laura Goodell plays catch with Asher on the small rooftop dog park at the Equitable apartment building on North Calvert Street in Baltimore. Dog ownership correlates with lower rates of mortality and some fatal diseases, particularly cardiovascular ...
New study shows owning a dog lowers risk of cardiovascular diseaseToday.com
Dog Owners Have Lower Risk of DeathOzarksFirst.com
That dog in your home could be a lifesaverStuff.co.nz
Inquirer.net -Week Facts -Netralnews
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Squirrels could hold the secret to preventing brain damage in stroke patients - AOL


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Squirrels could hold the secret to preventing brain damage in stroke patients
AOL
An animal commonly seen in parks may be the key to helping human brain damage due to strokes. A study published in the FASEB Journal draws a parallel between hibernating squirrels and stroke victims. When squirrels hibernate, their brains are protected ...
Squirrels could hold secret to preventing brain damage for stroke patientsTelegraph.co.uk
Hibernating ground squirrels offer clues to fight against stroke-induced brain damageNews-Medical.net
Squirrels provide clues to new stroke treatments: StudyDeccan Chronicle
eHealth Magazine | Elets
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The Many Forms, Faces And Causes Of PTSD - WBUR


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The Many Forms, Faces And Causes Of PTSD
WBUR
Post-traumatic stress disorder is often associated with combat, but trauma comes in many forms. About 7 or 8 percent of people experience PTSD at some point in their lives, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs. The rate is higher for women ...

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Suspect Marburg in Moroto: Uganda media - Outbreak News Today


Outbreak News Today

Suspect Marburg in Moroto: Uganda media
Outbreak News Today
In a recent World Health Organization (WHO) news release dated Nov. 15 on the Marburg virus disease (MVD) outbreak in Uganda, officials said of the outbreak that was officially declared on Oct. 19–. Uganda/CIA. Contact follow-up is ongoing in Kween for ...
What is Marburg? This Virus Causes Victims to Bleed From Every Orifice and DieNewsweek
Ebola Treatment Market to Develop Rapidly by 2024MilTech
Ebola and Marburg Infections Market – Technical Breakthrough and a Competitive outlook to stay abreast on the key ...Find Market Research By Abhishek Budholiya (press release) (blog)

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More Than 1.5 Million Free Needles Given Out in Columbus - U.S. News & World Report


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More Than 1.5 Million Free Needles Given Out in Columbus
U.S. News & World Report
Officials say more than 1.5 million free needles have been handed out to 3,000 drug users in Columbus as health advocates work to stop the spread of HIV and other infectious diseases. Nov. 19, 2017, at 9:59 a.m.. More Than 1.5 Million Free Needles ...
Free needle program suppresses diseases, saves lives, officials sayThe Columbus Dispatch

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Can Brain-training Games Really Reduce Dementia Risk For Seniors? - ReliaWire


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Can Brain-training Games Really Reduce Dementia Risk For Seniors?
ReliaWire
A brain-training video game could help lower the risk of developing dementia in seniors by almost a third, the results of a decade-long study suggest. More than 2,800 people took part in the randomized clinical trial study. The exercises challenge a ...
Computer brain-training can reduce dementia in elderly by 29 per cent : StudyThe Indian Express
Video games could cut dementia risk in seniors: studySin Chew Jit Poh
Brain training game 'is first to cut risk of dementia'Gears Of Biz

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Hunter mutilated in bear attack has face rebuilt in pioneering surgery - Telegraph.co.uk


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Hunter mutilated in bear attack has face rebuilt in pioneering surgery
Telegraph.co.uk
A hunter left disfigured from a near-fatal bear attack has had his face rebuilt after undergoing months of surgeries. Lee Brooke's nose and moustache were “ripped off” his face during the grizzly attack during a hunting trip in Wyoming in October last ...
Man mauled by a bear in The Revenant-style nightmare has face rebuiltMetro
A man, harassed by a bear in a revenant-style nightmare, turned over his faceWeek Facts

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