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CNN
Study finds 'staggering' rise in mastectomies in these states
CNN
(CNN) For many, the Fourth of July evokes jovial memories of backyard cookouts and fireworks, but for Amberlea Childs, the summer holiday conjures a haunting memory that changed her life. Childs was diagnosed with breast cancer a day before July Fourth ...

U.S. News & World Report
Kasich aims to reduce Ohio's overdose deaths
Toledo Blade
COLUMBUS — State agency leaders vowed Thursday to implement new restrictions on how many opiate painkillers may be prescribed at one time in Ohio's latest effort to prevent the next generation of addicts. Calling the proposed rules a “done deal,” Gov.

Mason City Globe Gazette
Cerro Gordo slips in statewide health rankings
Mason City Globe Gazette
Mason City Family YMCA swim instructor Jeremy DeBattista, center, plays with children in the after school program Thursday in Mason City. An annual County Health Rankings report from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin ...

Live Science
Why Breathing Deeply Helps You Calm Down
Live Science
Deep breaths can settle your nerves, and now scientists have discovered the neural pathway in the brain that controls this process. In an experiment on mice, scientists identified a circuit of neurons — a tiny cluster of a mere 350 nerve cells, among ...

CBS Local
Vets, Keepers Say April The Giraffe's Delivery Shouldn't Be Far Away
CBS Local
HARPURSVILLE, N.Y. (CBS4) – Keepers at Animal Adventure Park say April's behavior is “off” from normal tonight, and wouldn't even let veterinarians close, as she prepares to give birth. Vets couldn't get close enough to take pictures of April's mammary ...

Los Angeles Times
Having a common cold feels worse if you're lonely
Los Angeles Times
Sometimes, life kicks you when you're down. According to new research, that crummy, achy, sneezy feeling you get when you have a cold is worse if you are also feeling lonely. In the study, published Thursday in the American Psychological Assn.'s ...

Business Insider
'Let's Talk', WHO says, as depression rates rise 18 percent in a decade
Business Insider
LONDON (Reuters) - Depression is now the leading cause of ill health and disability worldwide, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Thursday, with more than 300 million people suffering. Rates of depression have risen by more than 18 percent ...

Minneapolis Star Tribune
Lethal strain of synthetic heroin has arrived in Minnesota
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Five people have died from overdoses of carfentanil, 100 times more potent than fentanyl. Officials fear more deaths already are linked to it. By David Chanen Star Tribune. March 31, 2017 — 12:02am. itemprop. Russell Baer, Associated Press A sample of ...

KTRK-TV
New study shows colon cancer in millennials is on the rise
KTRK-TV
It's a disease we often associate with older age, but a new study from the American Cancer Society shows that colon cancer in younger people is on the rise. It's the second deadliest cancer, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention ...

Leafly
13 Fantastic Women-Owned Dispensaries to Support
Leafly
There's a lot of discussion about diversity in the cannabis industry, but in terms of a gender gap, cannabis is actually more welcoming for female leaders than many other career paths. That said, there's still a definite gap. The best way to help close ...

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