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Man burned by caustic beer awarded $1 million - New Zealand Herald


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Man burned by caustic beer awarded $1 million
New Zealand Herald
A man whose esophagus and stomach were severely burned when he drank a beer tainted by a caustic chemical at an Atlantic City casino restaurant has been awarded US$750,000 (NZ$1.03m). A jury on Friday awarded the man, Richard Washart, ...
Man Awarded $750000 After Chemical-Tainted Beer Instantly Burned His OrgansFortune
Man burned by caustic beer awarded $750000 by juryLewiston Morning Tribune (subscription)

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Thousands race for the cure at annual Susan G. Komen event - Citizens Voice


Scranton Times-Tribune

Thousands race for the cure at annual Susan G. Komen event
Citizens Voice
Ava Ramsey, 12, of Clarks Summit picks up finisher medals that she will hand out to children at the finish line of the Susan G. Komen NEPA Race for the Cure in Scranton on Saturday, Sept 16, 2017. Jake Danna Stevens / Staff Photographer. Photo: N/A ...
Race for the Cure held in Grand RapidsWZZM
2017 Best of Topeka: The Race Against Breast CancerTopeka Capital Journal
Rays of Hope Walk/Run Toward Cure of Breast Cancer seeks entrantsMassLive.com
wnep.com -Knoe.com -Gettysburg Times -Financial Tribune
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Friends, Family Help Ease Stress From Marital Conflict: Study - Tech Times


Tech Times

Friends, Family Help Ease Stress From Marital Conflict: Study
Tech Times
Research finds that it is the quality and not the quantity of friendships that helps married people cope with marital conflicts. Strong friendships make people feel as though they have someone to talk to in times of conflict and trouble. ( Pixabay ...
Friends can make your marital conflict less stressfulThe Indian Express
Couples fighting should turn to family, friends: StudyDeccan Chronicle
Always bickering with your other half? Turn to friends, familyANI News (blog)

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2017 Best of Topeka: The Race Against Breast Cancer - Topeka Capital Journal


Topeka Capital Journal

2017 Best of Topeka: The Race Against Breast Cancer
Topeka Capital Journal
Dawn Robertson, administrator of The Race Against Breast Cancer, said the nonprofit organization helps pay for screening and diagnostic mammograms for northeast Kansans in need. (Thad Allton/The Capital-Journal). Best Nonprofit. The Race Against ...
Rays of Hope Walk/Run Toward Cure of Breast Cancer seeks entrantsMassLive.com
'We stick together' – Komen NEPA Race for the Curewnep.com
Cancer survivor honored before "Race for the Cure"Knoe.com
WZZM -Financial Tribune -Gettysburg Times -The Columbian
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Cell phone ownership linked to cyberbullying in younger schoolchildren - Healio


WSYM-TV

Cell phone ownership linked to cyberbullying in younger schoolchildren
Healio
CHICAGO — Children in the third to fifth grades who own cell phones are more likely to be cyberbullied as well as do the cyberbullying compared with traditional bullying, according to research presented at the 2017 AAP National Conference & Exhibition.
Third and fourth graders who own cell phones are more likely to be cyberbulliedScience Daily
Study: Young kids with cell phones face cyberbullyingWSYM-TV
Do your school-going children use cellphones? Beware, they may be prone to cyberbullyingHindustan Times

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Will You Lose Weight? Take A Look At Your Poop - Forbes


Forbes

Will You Lose Weight? Take A Look At Your Poop
Forbes
Even if two people eat the exact same diet, they may not have the same results. Why? Here's the poop. (Photo: GEORGES GOBET/AFP/Getty Images). Even if you feel lonely while trying to lose weight, you know in your gut you are never alone. And depending ...
Struggling to lose weight? This is the easy way to find out the reason whyThe Sun
Gut flora dictates how much weight we can loseGears Of Biz
Why high-fiber diets do not always lead to weight lossScience Daily

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Keeping a steady, healthy weight as we age also helps keep blood pressure low - The Sun Daily


The Sun Daily

Keeping a steady, healthy weight as we age also helps keep blood pressure low
The Sun Daily
Maintaining a healthy weight is an important factor in also keeping blood pressure in check according to new research. — AFP Relaxnews. NEW US research has found that maintaining a healthy weight is one of the most important factors for keeping blood ...
Adults without partners monitor their blood pressure less frequentlyEurekAlert (press release)
High blood pressure reasons differ by gender in teens; young adultsMedical Xpress
Body weight trumps other factors in maintaining low blood pressureCardiovascular Business
NDTV -PerfScience -ummid.com -Gears Of Biz
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MIT combines several vaccines in a single injection - Engadget


Engadget

MIT combines several vaccines in a single injection
Engadget
Someday, kids might only have to endure a single jab to get the benefits of several vaccines, thanks to a new technology by a team of MIT engineers. They've created a method that allows a single injection to carry enough doses for the first one to two ...
Scientists invent jab that could deliver every childhood vaccine in one goThe Independent
One Vaccine Injection Could Carry Many DosesBioscience Technology
MIT researchers could change the way babies are given vaccineswivb.com
NEWS.com.au -The Sun -Futurism -News & Star
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Ohio woman says drug-addicted son died after Irma transfer - Idaho Statesman


The Columbus Dispatch

Ohio woman says drug-addicted son died after Irma transfer
Idaho Statesman
An Ohio woman says her drug-addicted son has died of an apparent overdose after being abruptly released from a Florida treatment center ahead of Hurricane Irma. Kristy Herndon Whaley, of Westerville, says the body of 25-year-old Kyle Whaley was found ...
Former Ohio State student dies after being released from drug treatment center during hurricane evacuationThe Columbus Dispatch

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Write about your feelings to cool brain on stressful tasks - The Indian Express


The Indian Express

Write about your feelings to cool brain on stressful tasks
The Indian Express
While previous research has shown that expressive writing can help individuals process past traumas or stressful events, the current study suggests the same technique can help people -- especially worriers -- prepare for stressful tasks in the future ...
Are You A Frequent Worrier? New Study Shows How You Can Drastically Reduce WorryCollective Evolution

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Michigan State Prepares to Open $88M Research Center - U.S. News & World Report


U.S. News & World Report

Michigan State Prepares to Open $88M Research Center
U.S. News & World Report
This Monday, Sept. 11, 2017 photo shows Michigan State University's new Grand Rapids Research Center in Grand Rapids, Mich. Scientists at the center will research cures and treatments for diseases such as Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and cancer. The focus ...
MSU medical research center opens soonWZZM
Curefest for Childhood Cancer comes to Grand RapidsFox17

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Michigan State Prepares to Open $88M Research Center - U.S. News & World Report


U.S. News & World Report

Michigan State Prepares to Open $88M Research Center
U.S. News & World Report
This Monday, Sept. 11, 2017 photo shows Michigan State University's new Grand Rapids Research Center in Grand Rapids, Mich. Scientists at the center will research cures and treatments for diseases such as Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and cancer. The focus ...

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Kids Praised as Smart May be More Likely to Cheat - PsychCentral.com


The Hans India

Kids Praised as Smart May be More Likely to Cheat
PsychCentral.com
Children who are praised for being smart not only are quicker to give up in the face of obstacles, they also are more likely to be dishonest and cheat, according to a new study. Researchers found that kids as young as three appear to behave differently ...
Kids praised for being smart are more likely to cheatScience Daily
Kids praised for being smart more likely to cheat: StudyThe Hans India

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Medical marijuana: Few medical schools training students - Outbreak News Today


Outbreak News Today

Medical marijuana: Few medical schools training students
Outbreak News Today
Although 29 states and the District of Columbia allow marijuana use for medical purposes, few medical students are being trained how to prescribe the drug. Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis surveyed medical school ...
Marijuana extract helps some kids with epilepsy, study saysNH1 News

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Life-Saving Ways to Prevent Suicide Prove Less Costly, More Effective than Standard Care - PsychCentral.com


Auburn Citizen

Life-Saving Ways to Prevent Suicide Prove Less Costly, More Effective than Standard Care
PsychCentral.com
Three life-saving suicide prevention strategies have proven to be more effective and less expensive than usual care given to at-risk patients in hospital emergency departments. A new study, from researchers at the National Institute of Mental Health ...
These 5 Groups Need Suicide Prevention SupportCare2.com
Study estimates cost-effectiveness of post-ER suicide prevention strategiesGears Of Biz
Taking a minute to talk can prevent a suicide | EditorialNJ.com

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Leprosy Is Not Quite Yet A Disease Of The Past - NPR


NPR

Leprosy Is Not Quite Yet A Disease Of The Past
NPR
This 26-year-old man in the town of Min Hla in Myanmar has leprosy. Health-care workers touch his skin with a napkin to see if he feels it — a way to determine nerve damage. Kiara Barnes/Courtesy of Novartis Foundation hide caption. toggle caption.

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This Week in Zika: Outdoor Time Linked to Faster Spread of Zika - MedPage Today


MedPage Today

This Week in Zika: Outdoor Time Linked to Faster Spread of Zika
MedPage Today
Fewer people would be infected by Zika in a population where a small proportion spent a large amount of time outside, but the disease would be transmitted at a faster rate, a modeling study found. Researchers writing in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases ...
Oswego County sees first confirmed case of Zika virus, officials saySyracuse.com
Officials find first travel-related Zika case in Oswego County, NYCNYcentral.com
Zika virus kills glioblastoma stem cells in early researchBioWorld Online
The Daily News of Newburyport -WSYR -The Canary -satPRnews (press release)
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Indian Health Service sets standards for patient wait times - ABC News


Indian Health Service sets standards for patient wait times
ABC News
FILE - In this file photo taken Oct. 14, 2008, people sit in the Indian Health Services waiting room on Standing Rock Reservation in Fort Yates. N.D. The Indian Health Service has set standards for patient wait times more than a year after being ...

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UCLA Will Offer Free Mental Health Checks To Students And Here's Why It's So Necessary - Bustle


Bustle

UCLA Will Offer Free Mental Health Checks To Students And Here's Why It's So Necessary
Bustle
Any big life transition, like heading off to college, can be difficult, but for people who suffer from mental health issues, these changes can be exceptionally hard. One college is stepping up to help their students in a big way: On Sept. 14, UCLA ...
Psychologists warn Google's depression-screening plan violates privacy and 'may in fact do harm'Raw Story
Depression: Growing public health concernRising Kashmir
Depression Screening and Mental Health Market by Disorder, Diagnosis, Treatment and Forecasts Till 2023Medgadget (blog)

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