Make Homepage   |   Bookmark This Page
Chest of News
Category : Health (Archive for 2017-05-20) News by Google
Also in that month:


Los Angeles Times
A California mom drizzled gas station cheese on her Doritos. Now, she's fighting for her life
Los Angeles Times
A Sacramento County woman who drizzled nacho cheese from a gas station dispenser onto her Doritos has been hospitalized for nearly a month after contracting botulism, a serious illness caused by bacteria that can cause paralysis, breathing difficulty ...

CNN
Pool party poopers: CDC warns of parasitic infection, toxic gas
CNN
(CNN) Beware of contaminated pool water: Outbreaks of a parasitic diarrhea-causing infection linked to pools and water playgrounds doubled in the United States from 2014 to 2016, according to the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report issued Thursday by ...

WebMD
Consumer Reports Ranks Top Sunscreens for 2017
WebMD
May 18, 2017 -- About a third of sunscreens tested by experts at Consumer Reports provide less than half the SPF protection claimed on the label, according to the magazine's annual sunscreen report. This year, Consumer Reports tested 58 lotions, sprays ...

Independent Journal Review
Police Investigate Home of Baby With 100 Rat Bites. They Find Red Footprints Running Across Her Crib
Independent Journal Review
At first, the father claimed his infant daughter had been bitten by a mouse. However, the evidence showed the baby was being eaten alive by rats. As KARK News reports, 19-year-old Erica Shryock and 18-year-old Charles Elliott knew their newborn ...

CNN
Texas girl chokes on fidget spinner part
CNN
(CNN) Fidget spinners are driving many adults crazy, but one Texas woman is warning about her daughter's dangerous experience. The mother is sharing her experience in hopes it will serve as a warning to other parents about the choking hazards of the ...

KTRK-TV
Once bed ridden, Houston woman with new lease on life joins fight to make stem cell therapy available in the US
KTRK-TV
Sarah Hughes was just 11-months-old when her parents learned of the rare congenital disease that would steal her childhood and later, her independence as a young adult. "I spend a long time in the hospital -- pretty lonely," said the now 26-year-old ...

Washington Post
Maryland just got its first licensed grower of medical marijuana
Washington Post
The commission that oversees Maryland's fledgling medical cannabis program voted Wednesday to award the state's first full license to grow marijuana for medicinal purposes. The Stage 2 license, awarded to ForwardGro LLC, is a final sign-off from ...

HuffPost
Teen Collapses, Dies After 3 Caffeinated Beverages
HuffPost
A teenage boy collapsed and died last month after consuming three caffeinated drinks in the space of two hours ― and his father wants to make sure it doesn't happen to anybody else. Davis Allen Cripe, 16, drank a McDonald's cafe latte, a large Diet ...

NBC 10 Philadelphia
Lyme Disease on Rise Amid Diagnosis, Treatment Controversy
NBC 10 Philadelphia
An estimated 300,000 people in the United States are infected with Lyme disease each year. Here are some helpful tips that can help your family prevent tick bites which can reduce your risk of Lyme disease. (Published Monday, May 8, 2017). Jill Wichner ...

CBS News
State lawmakers move to classify "stealthing" as rape
CBS News
A California lawmaker wants to expand the definition of rape to include "stealthing," the act of removing a condom during intercourse without consent. California state Rep. Cristina Garcia introduced a new bill, AB 1033, on Monday that aims to classify ...

Archive (Health )
Created by
gilevich.com