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NPR
Nacho Cheese Sauce Tainted With Botulism Kills California Man
NPR
A rare outbreak of botulism has hospitalized nine people and killed one man in northern California, health officials say. The outbreak began early last month when several people fell ill after eating nacho cheese sauce bought at a gas station in Walnut ...

Newsweek
Inherited Intelligence: Scientists Discover Over 50 New Intelligence Genes
Newsweek
Scientists have discovered over 50 new genes relating to intelligence—a finding that gives us a far better insight into the “genetic architecture of intelligence” and how this relates to IQ. While the exact percentage is widely debated, scientists ...

CNN
Experts' tips for choosing the safest sunscreen
CNN
(CNN) Throughout the summer, consumers struggle with how to best protect their skin from the harmful rays of the sun. But which products are the safest? A new report released Tuesday by the Environmental Working Group claims that 73% of the 880 ...

NDTV
No fruit juice for kids under 1, pediatricians advise
CNN
(CNN) Children should not be given fruit juice before they are 1 year old unless it's advised by a doctor, according to new guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics, published Monday in the journal Pediatrics. The group had previously advised ...

Healthline
Filtered Cigarettes Caused Rise in Most Common Type of Lung Cancer
Healthline
Lung cancer rates are down, but not for adenocarcinoma — and cigarette filters are the culprit. Experts explain why that is. filtered cigarettes and cancer. Smokers may perceive “light” cigarettes as a less dangerous option, but a new study found that ...

CNN
Tick bite temporarily paralyzes 3-year-old
CNN
(CNN) A normal bedtime routine turned into a trip to the emergency room for an Oregon couple and their 3-year-old after she experienced partial paralysis because of a tick bite. Amanda Lewis of La Grande described the scare on Facebook, saying her ...

STLtoday.com
Keep your lips away from deadly 'kissing bugs,' study says
STLtoday.com
A study published in the journal PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases found that "kissing bugs" are a lot deadlier than we think. The bugs carry the parasite T. cruzi, which can infect people with Chagas disease or trypanosomiasis. Transmission occurs when ...

BBC News
'Half a glass of wine every day' increases breast cancer risk
BBC News
Further evidence has emerged of the link between alcohol consumption in women and an increased risk of breast cancer. According to a report from the World Cancer Research Fund, half a glass of wine or a small beer a day increases the risk of breast ...

CBS News
Gender confirmation surgeries on the rise in the US
CBS News
From an early age Gearah Goldstein knew that her gender did not align with her body. "I grew up in a very affirming and loving home but back in my childhood that meant making sure I was comfortable understanding that I was a boy," she told CBS News.

Washington Post
Whatever you do, don't swallow that pool water
Washington Post
As warm weather approaches, U.S. health officials are warning that outbreaks of diarrhea caused by swallowing swimming pool water containing parasites have doubled in the past few years. The infections occur when swimmers ingest water contaminated by ...

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