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New Jersey becomes 3rd state to raise smoking age to 21 - Bluefield Daily Telegraph

2 hours 8 min ago

New Jersey becomes 3rd state to raise smoking age to 21
Bluefield Daily Telegraph
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey has become the third state to raise its smoking age to 21. Republican Gov. Chris Christie signed into law Friday a measure that raises the age from 19. Hawaii and California are the only other states where the smoking ...

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No Dye: Cancer Patients' Gray Hair Darkened on Immune Drugs - U.S. News & World Report

5 hours 20 min ago

U.S. News & World Report

No Dye: Cancer Patients' Gray Hair Darkened on Immune Drugs
U.S. News & World Report
Cancer patients' gray hair unexpectedly turned youthfully dark in a development that has doctors scratching their heads. July 21, 2017, at 11:40 a.m.. MORE. LinkedIn · StumbleUpon · Google +; Cancel. No Dye: Cancer Patients' Gray Hair Darkened on ...
Cancer patients' gray hair unexpectedly darkened on new immune drugsMinneapolis Star Tribune
Cancer patients' grey hair unexpectedly darkens in drug studyThe Guardian

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Is Inflammation Bad For You Or Good For You? - NPR

5 hours 49 min ago

NPR

Is Inflammation Bad For You Or Good For You?
NPR
Chronic, low-level inflammation seems to play a role in a host of diseases, including type 2 diabetes, heart disease, Alzheimer's, cancer and even depression. And even though the science on inflammation and disease is far from settled, tests and ...
How the immune system causes heart diseaseMedical Xpress

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Boots faces morning-after pill cost row - BBC News

10 hours 19 min ago

BBC News

Boots faces morning-after pill cost row
BBC News
Boots has been accused of refusing to cut the cost of one of its morning-after pills for fear of criticism from campaigners. The British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS), which provides abortion care, wants Boots and other pharmacies to reduce the ...
UK pharmacy under fire for 'sexist surcharge' on contraceptiveReuters
Wake up, Boots. You can't judge women who need the morning-after pillThe Guardian
Labour Has Accused Boots Of "Infantilising" Women Over Morning After Pill ChargesBuzzFeed News
New Statesman -The FADER -OnMedica -ChronicleLive
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Foods that can suppress appetite, aid weight loss - CNN

10 hours 43 min ago

Foods that can suppress appetite, aid weight loss
CNN
(CNN) Whether it's turning to supplements, juices or new challenging workouts, it seems everyone is looking for the magic weight loss bullet. But sometimes, losing weight may just be a matter of tweaking your diet -- and eating foods that work for you ...

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To Shrink The Mosquito Population, Scientists Are Releasing 20 Million Of Them - NPR

11 hours 25 min ago

NPR

To Shrink The Mosquito Population, Scientists Are Releasing 20 Million Of Them
NPR
This summer, scientists in California are releasing 20 million mosquitoes in an effort to shrink the population of mosquitoes that can carry diseases. It sounds counterintuitive. But the plan is to release millions of sterile male mosquitoes, which ...
Scientists plan to trick Zika-carrying mosquitoes into breeding themselves out of existenceWashington Post
Waging war on disease-carrying mosquitoesThe Union Leader
UC Riverside Team Wins $14.9M DARPA Grant for Genetic Mosquito Control ResearchGenomeWeb
Indiana Public Media -Houston Chronicle -Laboratory Equipment -Irish Times
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The Charlie Gard case sets a grave precedent. Could this pave the way for child euthanasia? - Spectator.co.uk

12 hours 28 min ago

Spectator.co.uk

The Charlie Gard case sets a grave precedent. Could this pave the way for child euthanasia?
Spectator.co.uk
The tragic case of Charlie Gard, an 11-month old baby suffering from a rare genetic condition, has divided the nation. In January, doctors at Great Ormond Street Hospital advised that Charlie, who is currently being kept alive with a ventilator and ...
It's Down to the Wire for Baby Charlie Gard – Today is His Final Court HearingAmerican Thinker (blog)
Charles Krauthammer: Let Parents' Decide For Little Charlie GardHartford Courant
Charlie Gard: Parents preparing for latest legal fightThe Scotsman
Fox News -CNSNews.com -Centralia Chronicle -Your Local Guardian
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India musician plays guitar during brain surgery - BBC News

13 hours 58 min ago

BBC News

India musician plays guitar during brain surgery
BBC News
An Indian musician played the guitar on the operating table to help doctors treat involuntary muscle spasms in his fingers. Abhishek Prasad was asked to play every time doctors "burnt" a circuit in his brain to treat what is commonly known as "musician ...
Bengaluru Surgeons Drilled Into Skull, He Played Guitar In Brain SurgeryNDTV
Man plays guitar during seven-hour brain surgeryNEWS.com.au
This musician was awake and strumming his guitar during brain surgeryHindustan Times
The Indian Express -Xinhua -TheHealthSite -TODAYonline
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Charlie Gard's parents to bring new evidence to High Court in treatment case - AOL UK

16 hours 32 min ago

AOL UK

Charlie Gard's parents to bring new evidence to High Court in treatment case
AOL UK
Charlie Gard's parents are preparing for the latest stage of their legal fight over treatment for the terminally ill baby. A judge is listed to further analyse issues at a hearing in the Family Division of the High Court in London on Friday. Chris Gard ...

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'Mind-blowing' cows hold clue to beating HIV - BBC News

20 hours 47 min ago

BBC News

'Mind-blowing' cows hold clue to beating HIV
BBC News
Cows have shown an "insane" and "mind-blowing" ability to tackle HIV which will help develop a vaccine, say US researchers. In a first for immunisation, the animals rapidly produced special types of antibody that can neutralise HIV. It is thought cows ...
A Cow's 'Mind Blowing' Ability To Fight HIV Could Lead To A Human VaccineHuffPost UK
NIH-supported scientists elicit broadly neutralizing antibodies to HIV in calvesNational Institutes of Health (press release)
Cows produce powerful HIV antibodiesScience News Magazine
News-Medical.net -TheCattleSite -TIME -The Week Magazine
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Premature baby held in Mexican hospital arrives at Riley Children's Hospital - Indianapolis Star

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 23:40

Indianapolis Star

Premature baby held in Mexican hospital arrives at Riley Children's Hospital
Indianapolis Star
Tiny Beckham, born three months prematurely in a Mexican hospital on Tuesday, finally reached Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health on Thursday evening. Beckham's parents Michaela Smith and Larry Ralph had been trying to bring their newborn son to ...
Mexican hospital holding baby as 'medical hostage' until bill is paid, Indiana family claimsmyfox8.com
Cancun Hospital Accused of Holding Preemie 'Hostage' After Mom Gives Birth on VacationThe Stir
Indiana family says premature baby born in Mexico being held 'medical hostage'KRON4.com
KMOV.com -ABC15 Arizona -Patch.com -AOL
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10-year-old Miami boy dies after suspected skin contact with fentanyl - FOX31 Denver

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 22:02

FOX31 Denver

10-year-old Miami boy dies after suspected skin contact with fentanyl
FOX31 Denver
MIAMI — A 10-year-old Miami boy died last month after suspected skin contact with a deadly mixture of opioid drugs, Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle said Tuesday. A preliminary toxicology report suggests that fifth-grader Alton ...
Miami chief: no leads, suspects in young boy's opioid deathMinneapolis Star Tribune
A 10-year-old's overdose death reveals Miami neighborhood's intense struggle with opioidsMcDowell News

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Suit claims museum tavern removed boy with gluten allergy - Clay Center Dispatch

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 21:10

Suit claims museum tavern removed boy with gluten allergy
Clay Center Dispatch
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (AP) — A lawsuit claims that Colonial Williamsburg removed a boy from a restaurant and forced him to sit in the rain. The Virginian-Pilot reported Thursday that the 11-year-old was on a school field trip and brought his own food ...

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Mosquitoes in Jackson County tested positive for West Nile virus - The Southern

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 17:12

The Southern

Mosquitoes in Jackson County tested positive for West Nile virus
The Southern
A tray of Aedes dorsalis and Culex tarsalis mosquitos are shown collected at the Salt Lake City Mosquito Abatement District Tuesday, July 19, 2016, near Salt Lake City. AP. MURPHYSBORO — Routine mosquito testing has identified the first batch of ...
Little Elm resident first in county to contract West Nile virusStar Local Media
Man diagnosed with Iowa's first West Nile case this yearDesMoinesRegister.com
West Nile virus found in mosquitoes around WillistonWilliston Daily Herald
KCCI Des Moines -Valdosta Daily Times -WAFB.com -whotv.com
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Health research dollars don't just save lives, they create jobs - The Verge

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 16:27

The Verge

Health research dollars don't just save lives, they create jobs
The Verge
American investment in global health actually helps the US economy and creates jobs, returning $33 billion to the American economy and generating 200,000 jobs from 2007 to 2015, according to a new report from the Global Health Technologies Coalition.
The Side Effect Of That New Malaria Drug? American JobsKPBS
Trump's plan to cut global health research may cost US billionsNew Scientist
Report links USGov global health funding to thousands of US jobs, millions lives savedEurekAlert (press release)

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Doctor who linked kids' lead exposure to health issues dies - ABC News

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 16:23

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Doctor who linked kids' lead exposure to health issues dies
ABC News
A pediatrician and University of Pittsburgh researcher who linked lead exposure in children to health and intelligence issues has died. Dr. Herbert Needleman was 89. The Ralph Shugar Chapel is handling funeral arrangements and confirmed Needleman ...
Dr. Herbert Needleman, who studied lead in children, deadClay Center Dispatch
Dr. Herbert Needleman, noted for groundbreaking work on lead poisoning in children, diesPittsburgh Post-Gazette

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Just Thinking You're Slacking On Exercise Could Boost Risk Of Death - NPR

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 13:38

NPR

Just Thinking You're Slacking On Exercise Could Boost Risk Of Death
NPR
In a fitness-crazed land of spin classes and CrossFit gyms, Octavia Zahrt found it can be tough to feel as though you're doing enough. "When I was in school in London, I felt really good about my activity. Then I moved to Stanford, and everyone around ...
Perceiving oneself as less physically active than peers is linked to a shorter lifespanMedical Xpress
Think healthy and live longer, US researchers findThe Australian
Think yourself fit: how believing your are healthy could keep you trimTelegraph.co.uk

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Mom shares harrowing addiction photos - Fox News

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 12:58

Fox News

Mom shares harrowing addiction photos
Fox News
I have NEVER shared these before. I'm not sure I ever intended to. This is extremely hard for me in so many ways. However, too many people are dying. I have friends who need to see this. It goes beyond what my words can accomplish. This is by far, the ...
What Addiction Recovery Really Looks Like (NSFW)Refinery29
Former heroin addict shares scary 'zombie' photos of herself before getting cleanCosmopolitan.com
Recovering heroin addict Melissa Lee Matos has shared shocking photos of herself before recoveryNEWS.com.au
New Zealand Herald -soFeminine.co.uk -Yahoo7 News -Metro
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John McCain has brain cancer, is expected to undergo treatment - Business Insider

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 11:44

Business Insider

John McCain has brain cancer, is expected to undergo treatment
Business Insider
Sen. John McCain has learned he has brain cancer, the Arizona lawmaker's office announced on Wednesday. "On Friday, July 14, Sen. John McCain underwent a procedure to remove a blood clot from above his left eye at Mayo Clinic Hospital in Phoenix," ...
McCain brain tumor: What is glioblastoma?Fox News
6 Things to Know About John McCain's Brain Cancer DiagnosisNewsmax
5 questions about the brain cancer diagnosed in Sen. John McCainWashington Post
CBS News -Local 10 -The Week Magazine -Philly.com
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Aids deaths halve as more get drugs - BBC News

Thu, 07/20/2017 - 09:57

BBC News

Aids deaths halve as more get drugs
BBC News
Deaths linked to Aids have halved in a decade, official figures shows. The condition, which is caused by HIV, used to be one of the top 10 causes of death worldwide. A report by the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/Aids (UNAids) showed deaths had ...
Scales tip in AIDS fight as death rates decline, treatment rates riseReuters
For 1st time, over half of people with HIV taking AIDS drugsABC News
For first time in history, half of all people with HIV are getting treatmentScience Magazine
Channel NewsAsia -RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty -Health24 -ReliefWeb
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