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Forbes
It's Bat Time - Fresh Express Salad Recall And Bat Safety Tips
Forbes
Another day, another recall. But this is novel. Walmart and Fresh Express have recalled the Organic Marketside Spring Mix brand of salad after consumers in Florida reported discovering—after eating their salad—that it contained parts of a dead bat.

New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV
WATCH LIVE: Will April the giraffe have her baby this weekend? Zookeepers say 'baby is kicking, just not coming out!'
New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV
HARPURSVILLE, N.Y. — Zookeepers at Animal Adventure Park say that the giraffe's pregnancy is moving along. Saturday's update is exciting. Her veterinarian says, “She is big, full of milk, baby is kicking, just not coming out!” Animal Adventure Park ...

Edition Time
Hawaiian Health Officials Issue Warning Over an Outbreak of Brain-Invading Parasites
ScienceAlert
A sharp rise in infections stemming from a parasitic worm that invades the human brain has health officials in the Hawaiian island of Maui worried. Six cases of rat lungworm disease have so far been confirmed in Maui in the last three months, with more ...
Hawaii LGBT couples seek equal access to fertility treatment
ABC News
In this Friday, April 7, 2017, photo, provided by Sean Smith, Smith, left, and Kale Taylor, right, pose for a photo with their son, Charlie Taylor, while on vacation in St. Louis. Smith and Taylor paid more than $20,000 in Hawaii for a fertility ...

pppFocus
Study suggests pet exposure might help protect babies from allergies, obesity
pppFocus
In addition to decreased risks for obesity and allergies, children who had early exposure to pets also showed an increase in resistance to group B strep, which includes pneumonia, meningitis and several types of blood infections, according to the ...

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 ...

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 ...

CBS 8 San Diego
First-Grader With Alopecia Celebrates Bald Head With Custom Doll: 'It's My Mini-Me'
CBS 8 San Diego
by Johanna Li - Inside Edition. A Utah girl, 7, with alopecia is celebrating her baldness, thanks to a friend who gifted her a custom-made doll that also has a bald head. Read: Girl, 6, With Rare Facial Birthmark Given Doll That Looks Like Her: 'I'm ...

New Atlas
Can't get to sleep? The reason may be in your genes
New Atlas
If you're naturally inclined to stay awake into the wee hours and have trouble falling asleep at a reasonable hour then your genes may be to blame for your night owl behavior. New research has uncovered a specific gene mutation significantly alters the ...

Washington Post
South Dakota cannabis backers see hope in North Dakota vote
Washington Post
PIERRE, S.D. — Medical marijuana supporters who came up empty at the South Dakota Legislature and ballot box are emboldened to try again after an overwhelming vote in North Dakota to make cannabis available to patients there. Backers of the South ...

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