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Lack of Sleep May Be Linked to Beta-Amyloid Increase—A Risk Factor for Alzheimer's Disease - Sleep Review

Sun, 04/15/2018 - 22:55

Sleep Review

Lack of Sleep May Be Linked to Beta-Amyloid Increase—A Risk Factor for Alzheimer's Disease
Sleep Review
Published on April 15, 2018. beta amyloid sleep. Losing just one night of sleep led to an immediate increase in beta-amyloid, a protein in the brain associated with Alzheimer's disease, according to a small, new study by researchers at the National ...
Even One Night of Poor Sleep Can Hurt Your HealthBel Marra Health
Sleep Less Might Cause the brain related to Alzheimer's diseaseDaily Enterpriser
Lack of sleep may be linked to risk factor for Alzheimer's diseaseScience Daily
Brinkwire (press release) -Pakistan Observer -Alzheimer's News Today
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A Drug to End Addiction? Scientists Are Working on It. - New York Times

Sun, 04/15/2018 - 22:00

New York Times

A Drug to End Addiction? Scientists Are Working on It.
New York Times
Scrambling for ways to contain America's out-of-control opioid crisis, some experts in the field are convinced that one bit of good advice is to just say no to the enduring “just say no” antidrug message. Addiction, they say, is not a question of free ...
Kickin' Addiction Walk/Sober Party to share resources for addictionGadsden Times
Mary B. Johnson: Drug addiction is a diseaseGoErie.com
Retro Report: How A Drug To Get Rid of Addiction? Boffins Are Focusing It.Independent Recorder

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Montana Plan to Fight Fatal Wildlife Disease Gets Stricter - U.S. News & World Report

Sun, 04/15/2018 - 21:30

Montana Plan to Fight Fatal Wildlife Disease Gets Stricter
U.S. News & World Report
Montana's wildlife officials are looking at more aggressive efforts to fight chronic wasting disease in the state. April 15, 2018, at 5:27 p.m.. Montana Plan to Fight Fatal Wildlife Disease Gets Stricter. Share. ×. Share on Facebook · Post on Twitter ...

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Montana plan to fight fatal wildlife disease gets stricter - Clay Center Dispatch

Sun, 04/15/2018 - 21:27

Montana plan to fight fatal wildlife disease gets stricter
Clay Center Dispatch
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Montana's wildlife officials are looking at more aggressive efforts to fight chronic wasting disease in the state. According to a final draft management plan, proposed actions could include initiation of antlered-buck or either ...

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Study Shows Many Female Surgeons Consider Career Change If They Become Pregnant During Training - The Inquisitr

Sun, 04/15/2018 - 18:47

The Inquisitr

Study Shows Many Female Surgeons Consider Career Change If They Become Pregnant During Training
The Inquisitr
In a recent study, researchers found that inadequate maternity leave packages and concerns over working hours were among the top challenges pregnant women faced during surgical training. Study Shows Many Female Surgeons Consider Career Change If They ...
The shocking truth about pregnant womenMorning Ticker
What Serena Williams' terrifying birth experience taught her about motherhoodUNICEF Australia (blog)
So your birth didn't go according to plan? Don't blame yourselfIndependent Online
POPSUGAR Australia -Immortal News -Reuters -New Idea
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Study Shows Many Female Surgeons Consider Career Change If They Become Pregnant During Training - The Inquisitr

Sun, 04/15/2018 - 18:47

The Inquisitr

Study Shows Many Female Surgeons Consider Career Change If They Become Pregnant During Training
The Inquisitr
In a recent study, researchers found that inadequate maternity leave packages and concerns over working hours were among the top challenges pregnant women faced during surgical training. Study Shows Many Female Surgeons Consider Career Change If They ...
Huge discovery about pregnant women stuns scientistsMorning Ticker
Many Surgical Trainees Consider Giving Up Their Careers When PregnantImmortal News
Many trainee female surgeons consider leaving field after pregnancyReuters
Week Facts -New York Times -Inquirer.net -Someecards News
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Study Shows Many Female Surgeons Consider Career Change If They Become Pregnant During Training - The Inquisitr

Sun, 04/15/2018 - 18:47

The Inquisitr

Study Shows Many Female Surgeons Consider Career Change If They Become Pregnant During Training
The Inquisitr
In a recent study, researchers found that inadequate maternity leave packages and concerns over working hours were among the top challenges pregnant women faced during surgical training. Study Shows Many Female Surgeons Consider Career Change If They ...
Huge discovery about pregnant women stuns scientistsMorning Ticker
So your birth didn't go according to plan? Don't blame yourselfIndependent Online
Many Surgical Trainees Consider Giving Up Their Careers When PregnantImmortal News
Reuters -The Sydney Morning Herald -Week Facts -New York Times
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Family Of Critically Ill Father Of Seven Asks For Blood Donations - CBS Denver

Sun, 04/15/2018 - 18:17

CBS Denver

Family Of Critically Ill Father Of Seven Asks For Blood Donations
CBS Denver
By Melissa Garcia. AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – A father of seven children is asking Coloradans to give blood after blood donations saved his life. Jacob Adamo, 36, is suffering from total liver and kidney failure, said his wife Sarah. In emergency treatment ...

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Overdose Deaths Linked To Elephant Tranquilizer More Than Double Across West Virginia - The Daily Caller

Sun, 04/15/2018 - 18:01

Week Facts

Overdose Deaths Linked To Elephant Tranquilizer More Than Double Across West Virginia
The Daily Caller
Overdose deaths linked to heroin cut with a potent opioid meant for tranquilizing elephants more than doubled last year across West Virginia. Data released by the West Virginia Health Statistics Center shows the opioid battered state continues to ...
Mother of OD victim: 'I didn't tell him I loved him'The Newark Advocate
Overdose panel releases findingsCoast Reporter
Drug Overdose deaths linked to heroin cut with a potent opioidWeek Facts
The Atlantic
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Overdose Deaths Linked To Elephant Tranquilizer More Than Double Across West Virginia - The Daily Caller

Sun, 04/15/2018 - 18:01

Week Facts

Overdose Deaths Linked To Elephant Tranquilizer More Than Double Across West Virginia
The Daily Caller
Overdose deaths linked to heroin cut with a potent opioid meant for tranquilizing elephants more than doubled last year across West Virginia. Data released by the West Virginia Health Statistics Center shows the opioid battered state continues to ...
Mother of OD victim: 'I didn't tell him I loved him'The Newark Advocate
Heroin Detox Clinics Creates Review For CDC Drug Overdose ReportEconoTimes
Drug Overdose deaths linked to heroin cut with a potent opioidWeek Facts

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Alzheimer's Outreach Center celebrates 30 years in Albany - The Albany Herald

Sun, 04/15/2018 - 17:46

The Albany Herald

Alzheimer's Outreach Center celebrates 30 years in Albany
The Albany Herald
ALBANY — The Alzheimer's Outreach Center, which marked its 30th anniversary in Albany with an open house last week, is one of the city's best-kept secrets as far as important assets. Deborah Sinyard, however, is well aware of the value of the facility ...
Carpe Dia, Or My Treatment For Alzheimer's DiseaseForbes
A New Way to Classify Alzheimer's DiseasePsychCentral.com (blog)
Gulf Harbour raises more than $400K for Alzheimer'sThe News-Press
Burlington County Times -SalemNews.net -WBIR.com -hngnews.com
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200 million eggs recalled after nearly two dozen were sickened with salmonella, officials say - Washington Post

Sun, 04/15/2018 - 16:59

Washington Post

200 million eggs recalled after nearly two dozen were sickened with salmonella, officials say
Washington Post
Federal officials say nearly 207 million eggs have been recalled because of fears that they may have been contaminated with salmonella, a type of bacteria that causes serious illnesses and deaths, particularly among children and elderly people. Rose ...
US recalls more than 200 million eggs over salmonella fearsYahoo News
Nearly 207 million eggs recalled over salmonella fearsFox News
207 million eggs in nine states recalled over salmonella fearsCNN
New York Daily News -HealthDay -Today.com -Bustle
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New Research Suggests Even a Little Too Much Alcohol Is Dangerous - Yahoo News

Sun, 04/15/2018 - 15:50

Yahoo News

New Research Suggests Even a Little Too Much Alcohol Is Dangerous
Yahoo News
Even if you consider yourself a moderate drinker—a glass of wine or single beer a night—you may be drinking way too much alcohol. A new study published in Lancet Medical Journal by researchers at the University of Cambridge found the current United ...
Drinking Too Much Alcohol May Shave Years off of LivesLive Trading News
Alcohol guidelines in many countries 'may not be safe'New Vision
Limit alcohol to 1 drink a dayNewsroom
Glade News -First News -POPSUGAR Australia -Brinkwire (press release)
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Breakthrough brings gene-editing medicine one step closer to patient applications - Science Daily

Sun, 04/15/2018 - 15:44

Wall Street Journal

Breakthrough brings gene-editing medicine one step closer to patient applications
Science Daily
Date: April 13, 2018; Source: University of Alberta Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry; Summary: Researchers have discovered a way to greatly improve the accuracy of gene-editing technology by replacing the natural guide molecule it uses with a synthetic ...
Is This Tomato Engineered? Inside the Coming Battle Over Gene-Edited FoodWall Street Journal

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E. coli outbreak linked to chopped lettuce sickens dozens across 11 states - fox13now.com

Sun, 04/15/2018 - 14:37

fox13now.com

E. coli outbreak linked to chopped lettuce sickens dozens across 11 states
fox13now.com
NEW YORK — Chopped romaine lettuce has been linked to dozens of cases of E. coli and anyone who has the leafy green in their refrigerator is told to throw it away immediately, health officials said Friday. No common grower, supplier, distributor or ...
E. Coli Outbreak Possibly Linked To Contaminated Lettuce, CDC WarnsNews On 6
Multistate E. coli outbreak traced to lettuce from ArizonaFox 32 Chicago
Here are the latest recalls and updates from the current E. coli outbreakMiami Herald

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Chili grower defends world's hottest pepper after man who ate one was hospitalized - Fox News

Sun, 04/15/2018 - 14:07

Fox News

Chili grower defends world's hottest pepper after man who ate one was hospitalized
Fox News
A chili grower defended the world's hottest pepper called the “Carolina Reaper” following a report about a man who was hospitalized after eating the extremely spicy fruit at a contest. Salvatore Genovese, who grows the world's hottest chili on his ...

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Chili grower defends world's hottest pepper after man who ate one was hospitalized - Fox News

Sun, 04/15/2018 - 14:07

Fox News

Chili grower defends world's hottest pepper after man who ate one was hospitalized
Fox News
A chili grower defended the world's hottest pepper called the “Carolina Reaper” following a report about a man who was hospitalized after eating the extremely spicy fruit at a contest. Salvatore Genovese, who grows the world's hottest chili on his ...
'No complaints' over world's hottest chilli pepperIsle of Wight Radio

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Can all the money in the world beat cancer? - CBS News

Sun, 04/15/2018 - 13:31

CBS News

Can all the money in the world beat cancer?
CBS News
Curing your child's disease at any cost is a promise not a lot of parents are in a position to make. Tracy Smith introduces us to a couple who are determined to give it their all: From the looks of it, the McDowell family has it made. They have a ...
Columbus launches 5K run for brain cancer research10TV
UAB COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CENTER: Dine for a cure at melt on April 25Patient Daily
Funding the search for a cancer cureYahoo News UK

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Many Surgical Trainees Consider Giving Up Their Careers When Pregnant - Immortal News

Sun, 04/15/2018 - 11:47

Immortal News

Many Surgical Trainees Consider Giving Up Their Careers When Pregnant
Immortal News
Many trainee female surgeons who get pregnant or have kids consider leaving their careers before they even start, a study suggests. Researchers examined data collected from surveys from 347 women surgeons who were around 31 years old on average, with a ...
Many trainee female surgeons consider leaving field after pregnancyReuters
How Profiteers Lure Women Into Often-Unneeded SurgeryNew York Times

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Many Surgical Trainees Consider Giving Up Their Careers When Pregnant - Immortal News

Sun, 04/15/2018 - 11:47

Immortal News

Many Surgical Trainees Consider Giving Up Their Careers When Pregnant
Immortal News
Many trainee female surgeons who get pregnant or have kids consider leaving their careers before they even start, a study suggests. Researchers examined data collected from surveys from 347 women surgeons who were around 31 years old on average, with a ...
Female Surgeons who become pregnant during training consider leaving field, study saysWeek Facts
Many trainee female surgeons consider leaving field after pregnancyReuters
How Profiteers Lure Women Into Often-Unneeded SurgeryNew York Times

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