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International Business Times
Watch April The Giraffe Giving Birth Live Stream: Baby Kicks Continues But Calf Not Coming Out
International Business Times
The wait for April the giraffe giving birth on live feed seems to be never ending as there is no sign of calf the coming out even after the animal has been pregnant for more than 15 months. As thousands remain glued to the live stream started by Animal ...

NPR
Fresh Express Recalls Batch After Dead Bat Found In Prepackaged Salad
NPR
An unwelcome discovery by a couple of salad eaters included a sordid new ingredient. On Saturday, the company Fresh Express announced a precautionary recall of some of its prepackaged salad mixes, after two people in Florida say they found a dead bat ...

Gizmodo
A Brain-Invading Parasite Is Believed to Be Spreading Because of Climate Change
Gizmodo
Health officials in Hawaii have been warning residents not to touch snails or slugs with their bare hands because of an increase in cases of people coming into contact with a rare parasitic infection known as a rat lungworm. Experts are blaming its ...

NJ.com
Before you send your spit to 23andMe, what you really need to know
NJ.com
April 7, 2017. Sharon Begley Posted with permission from STAT. What will a genetic test actually tell you? And do these tests work better for some people than others? Everything you need to know about genetic testing. Republish Reprint. The genetic ...

WHAS 11.com
Why owning a cat or dog could protect your baby from obesity, allergies
WHAS 11.com
Families with cats or dogs running around the house may unwittingly be protecting their infant children from future allergies and obesity. Research out of Canada shows babies born into families with pets have higher amounts of microbes tied to lower ...

NPR
When Gluten Is The Villain, Could A Common Virus Be The Trigger?
NPR
A new study raises a novel idea about what might trigger celiac disease, a condition that makes patients unable to tolerate foods containing gluten. The study suggests that a common virus may be to blame. For people with celiac disease, gluten can ...

Newsday
DEA: 13 charged in illegal opioid prescription scheme
Newsday
Authorities have charged 13 people, including three Long Island medical professionals and a former New York State assemblyman, in connection with a scheme to illegally sell prescriptions for opioid painkillers and swindle millions of dollars from ...

FOX40
Girl with Alopecia Wins Competition with Gorgeous Jeweled Head
FOX40
(CNN) — Even without hair, 7 year-old Gianessa Wride has managed to sparkle — and win her Utah school's “Crazy Hair Day” competition. On January 1, Daniella Wride began brushing her 7-year-old daughter Gianessa's hair and watched in horror as the ...

fox8.com
New medical marijuana fees in Ohio may actually exceed program costs
fox8.com
COLUMBUS, Ohio — State regulators in Ohio acknowledge that proposed licensing fees for medical marijuana businesses could initially exceed the state's costs of operating the program. Missy Craddock, of the Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program, told ...

Summit Daily News
High Country, High Costs, Part 6: High-country residents find partial solutions to health-care costs
Summit Daily News
PART 3: People in the mountains use MRIs and other imaging services, as well as pathology and lab work, at three times the rate of the rest of Colorado, part of why costs are higher. PART 4: Health experts in the mountain resorts and metro Denver warn ...

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