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CNN
Man dies after swimming with new tattoo
CNN
(CNN) It all started simply enough: A 31-year-old man went to get a tattoo on his right leg. Beneath an illustration of a cross and hands in prayer, the words "Jesus is my life" were written in cursive. As tattoo artists will tell you, there are some ...

Los Angeles Times
A Botched Vaccine Campaign For Measles Killed 15 Children in South Sudan
NPR
In a tragic turn in South Sudan, an effort to protect 15 children ended up killing them. The children, all under age 5, died of severe sepsis and toxicity due to a botched vaccination campaign, according to a joint statement issued Thursday by UNICEF ...

The Atlantic
Are Pharmaceutical Companies to Blame for the Opioid Epidemic?
The Atlantic
Like ​The Atlantic? Subscribe to ​The Atlantic Daily​, our free weekday email newsletter. Opioid abuse is rampant in states like Ohio, where paramedics are increasingly spending time responding to overdoses and where coroners' offices are running out ...

Washington Post
Report: 14 poisoned by 'death cap' mushrooms in California
Washington Post
SAN FRANCISCO — A new report says 14 people were poisoned after eating “death cap” mushrooms last year in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Most recovered but three people needed liver transplants, including an 18-month-old girl who suffered ...

New York Daily News
STASI: Please don't put wasp nests in your vagina!
New York Daily News
In an ever-desperate attempt to make the lady bits more — what? — appealing, women have devolved from merely having boiling hot wax poured onto their hoo-hoos like something out of the Torquemada playbook, to most recently putting wasp nests right in ...

The Boston Globe
Puzzling mumps outbreak strikes Latino community
The Boston Globe
State health officials are investigating a puzzling outbreak of mumps in Latino communities in Boston, Chelsea, and Revere, and have advised health care providers to be alert for additional cases. The state Department of Public Health has recorded 12 ...

OCRegister
FDA recalls tuna testing positive for hepatitis A, affecting Orange County restaurants, hotels
OCRegister
The FDA has recalled frozen tuna that tested positive for hepatitis A. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik). By Deepa Bharath | dbharath@scng.com | Orange County Register. PUBLISHED: June 2, 2017 at 12:49 pm | UPDATED: June 2, 2017 at 2:45 pm. Several ...

CNN
Getting too friendly with fowl blamed in salmonella outbreaks
CNN
(CNN) They may look cute, and you may think of them as your pets, but experts ask that you keep your chickens in your backyard. Don't snuggle with them. Don't sit them next to you as you watch TV. And please, don't commit a fashion foul and dress them ...

Washington Post
Maryland Court of Appeals halts lower-court hearing on marijuana licensing
Washington Post
BALTIMORE — Maryland's highest court on Friday intervened in a lawsuit that threatened to upend the state's long-awaited medical marijuana program, but whether the state can move forward remains in question. Baltimore Circuit Court Judge Barry ...

BBC News
Opioid crisis: The letter that started it all
BBC News
Canadian researchers have traced the origins of the opioid crisis to one letter published almost 40 years ago. The letter, which said opioids were not addictive, was published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) in 1980. Dr David Juurlink ...

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