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CNN
He drank a cafe latte, a Diet Mountain Dew and an energy drink. Caffeine killed him.
Sacramento Bee
A 16-year-old high school student who collapsed in a classroom last month died from ingesting too much caffeine, the county coroner said Monday. The official cause of death for Davis Allen Cripe was a “caffeine-induced cardiac event causing a probable ...

NBCNews.com
Fentanyl Crisis: Ohio Cop Accidentally Overdoses During Drug Call
NBCNews.com
An Ohio police officer was "still miserable" but recovering Monday after he accidentally overdosed on a dangerous drug that has cut a deadly swath through his state — fentanyl. Patrolman Chris Green of the East Liverpool Police Department had just ...

CNN
1.2 million adolescents' deaths mostly preventable, report says
CNN
(CNN) More than 1.2 million adolescents die every year around the world -- an average of 3,000 deaths per day -- from causes that are largely preventable, according to a new report from the World Health Organization. The leading cause of death among 10 ...

BBC News
NHS cyber-attack: No 'second spike' but disruption continues
BBC News
A "second spike" in cyber-attacks has not hit the NHS but some hospital trusts are suffering ongoing disruption due to Friday's ransomware attack. Routine surgery and GP appointments have been cancelled across the NHS as it recovers from the global ...

Minneapolis Star Tribune
Four new Minnesota measles cases reported, including two in Le Sueur County
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Elizabeth Flores, Star Tribune Netsanet Bekele, cq, a clinical lab scientist for the Minnesota Health Department test for measles as he places the tubes into a robot, Thursday, May 11, 2017 at the MHD laboratories in St. Paul, MN. Text size. comment ...

Newsweek
Mean Drunk? Alcohol Personality Study Says Maybe Not
Newsweek
You may think you're a mean drunk. Or a funny drunk. Or even a mellow drunk. But do other people see you that way? A new study by psychologists at the University of Missouri found that many of the mood changes we experience as a result of alcohol are ...

The Daily Nonpareil
Three years after her son's heart saved his life, mother and organ recipient meet
The Daily Nonpareil
Dr. Ronald Zolty of the Nebraska Medical Center, left, holds the stethoscope to Gary Flint's chest as Ann Hutt listens to the sound of her son's heart on Sunday, May 14, 2017. BHNS Transplant 1. BH News Service/Kevin Cole. Gary Flint and Anna Hutt meet ...

The Mercury News
Californians urged to remove standing water to reduce mosquitoes
The Mercury News
The California Department of Public Health on Monday issued an advisory urging all Californians to eliminate standing water around their homes and businesses to help reduce mosquito populations that could lead to Zika and West Nile virus infections.

BurlingtonFreePress.com
Tick season forecast: 'Particularly bad'
BurlingtonFreePress.com
JERICHO – Accustomed to plunging into the woods with abandon, Vermonters are taking more cautious steps this spring. Their concern: ticks. "This is going to be a particularly bad tick year," says Tom Rogers of the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife.

CIDRAP
WHO confirms 2nd Ebola case in DRC; 17 suspected
CIDRAP
Over the weekend, the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed a second case of Ebola virus disease in a patient from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). So far, there have been three deaths and 17 suspected cases of the hemorrhagic fever ...

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