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CBS Local
April The Giraffe Experiencing Contractions And Usual Pre-Labor Behavior
CBS Local
Veterinarians say behavior is “extremely off,” and April has zero interest in food. All are good signs! Her back end continues to swell, she is less engaging with keepers, she is hesitant to eat her food and treats.

Washington Times
Cigarette tax hike takes effect in California, costs surge by $2 per pack
Washington Times
California's cigarette tax increased by $2 a pack Saturday under new tobacco policies passed by voters during last November's general election. Smokers in California will now pay $2.87 in state taxes for a pack of cigarettes, more than tripling the 87 ...

BABW News
'Staggering' new development in breast cancer reported
BABW News
Authorities are discovering an alarming new trend in breast cancer and the patients who suffer from it, and it is a cause for concern in the medical community. A huge new development has affected women with breast cancer, and it could lead to a ...

CNN
The cup of coffee that could cause heart palpitations
CNN
(CNN) The "world's strongest coffee" is now available in the US, but just one cup could spill you over the daily caffeine limit. "If you want to stand out, you need to be the 'est' -- the biggest, smartest, strongest, or cheapest," said Black Insomnia ...

National Geographic
VIDEO: Badger buries cow carcass in Utah, shocks science world
KOMO News
SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) - University of Utah biologists have caught a badger doing something that scientists have never observed before: buying a meal much bigger than itself. The university released its finding and a video of the new behavior Friday.

Huffington Post
It's Autism Awareness Day: What the American Medical Association Isn't Telling You
Huffington Post
Seeing as today is Autism Awareness Day, I thought it would be an opportune time to publish a post by my close friend, Dr. Michael J. Goldberg, MD - a Los Angeles-based pediatrician who specializes in treating children mistakenly diagnosed with Autism.

Bradenton Herald
Clinical trial begins in Miami for Zika vaccine
Bradenton Herald
Margaret Fischl, an infectious disease physician and scientist with the University of Miami Health System and Miller School of Medicine, and UM clinical research nurses demonstrate the needle-free injector that will be used to administer an ...

NPR
Forcing People At Vending Machines To Wait Nudges Them To Buy Healthier Snacks
NPR
If you wanted a bag of Doritos from one of Brad Appelhans' experimental vending machines, you'd have to wait. The associate professor of preventative medicine at Rush University Medical Center designed a device that fits inside of vending machines and ...

La Crosse Tribune
A killer opioid's dark pathway to Minnesota
La Crosse Tribune
It's 10,000 times more potent than morphine, and 2 milligrams of it can stop a one-ton elephant in its tracks. Now, carfentanil is being blamed for five overdose deaths in Minnesota. This synthetic opiate was never meant for humans — because of its ...

Forbes
Science Illuminates Why Slow Breathing Calms The Mind
Forbes
People have been learning to control their breath for a long time—it's been a method of calming the mind in yoga and meditation for millennia, and it's used today in medical and psychiatric settings to help quell anxiety, and even curb panic. Now, a ...

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