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CNN
Experts warn of increases in tick-borne Powassan virus
CNN
(CNN) Summer is nearly here, and it's bringing fears of a rare tick-borne disease called Powassan. This potentially life-threatening virus is carried and transmitted by three types of ticks, including the deer tick that transmits Lyme disease. Over the ...

WTSP 10 News
Baby born holding Mirena IUD? Mom sets the record straight
WTSP 10 News
It's a photo that's going viral on social media: a newborn baby holding an IUD, or intrauterine device, used to prevent pregnancy, in his hand. Doctor's say the healthy 9-lb. baby boy was born against all odds. Little Dexter Tyler was barely a week old ...

The Southland Times
Eating gluten is better for your heart, study finds
The Southland Times
Harvard University research has found that gluten consumption is associated with a lower risk of coronary heart disease, potentially putting a spanner in the works for the lucrative gluten-free industry. By 2020, the global gluten-free trade is ...

CBS News
Researchers use gene editing to eliminate HIV infection in mice
CBS News
Last Updated May 3, 2017 10:46 PM EDT. Have researchers taken a step closer to developing an eventual cure for HIV? A Temple University-led team hopes so, by using a gene editing technique to successfully remove HIV infection from lab mice.

NPR
Understanding The History Behind Communities' Vaccine Fears
NPR
All four of Anab Gulaid's children have received their vaccinations on the recommended schedule. As Somali-American residents of Minneapolis, that puts them in the minority. Fewer than half of Minnesota children of Somali descent have received the MMR ...

Fox News
An 'exercise pill' may replace workouts in the future
Fox News
Anyone with a job, kids, or heck, a life knows fitting in fitness isn't always easy. Then there are the folks who can't exercise at all — be it due to a pre-existing health condition or old age. If you're among those groups, but want to reap the ...

Food Safety News
In wake of Hepatitis A scare, clinics see surge in patients seeking vaccine
Hawaii News Now
Pharmacies and clinics around Oahu saw a surge in patients Thursday seeking the Hepatitis A vaccine in the wake of news that poke sold at several stories might have been contaminated with the virus. Like many other Oahu residents, Jackie Miyashiro ...

CNN
Does fasting on alternate days work? A new study weighs in
KSL.com
NEW YORK (CNN) — Whether you watch what you eat by counting your daily calories or practicing intermittent fasting, either approach can be effective for weight loss, a new obesity study suggests. Intermittent or alternate-day fasting requires ...

Washington Post
Gray death: Dangerous opioid combo is latest mixing trend
Washington Post
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Authorities are issuing warnings about a new and dangerous opioid combo they're dubbing “gray death” that underscores the ever-changing nature of the U.S. addictions epidemic. Investigators say they've detected the mixture or ...

Minneapolis Star Tribune
Edina is off the mark in raising tobacco-purchase age from 18 to 21
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Raising the purchase age overlooks reductions already made in minor tobacco use, restricts the rights of adults and unfairly hurts retailers. By Lance Klatt, Thomas Briant, and Kevin Thoma. May 3, 2017 — 6:41pm. itemprop. iStockphoto.com iStockphoto ...

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