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Babies Sleep Better In Their Own Rooms After 4 Months, Study Finds
NPR
Babies get less sleep at night and sleep for shorter stretches when they sleep in their parents' room after 4 months old, a new study finds. Parents are also more likely to engage in unsafe sleep practices, such as bringing their child into their bed ...

Dallas News
Deadly flesh-eating bacteria infects Dallas man through new tattoo after swim in gulf
Dallas News
A Dallas man died after a flesh-eating bacteria from the Gulf of Mexico entered his body through a new tattoo on his leg, according to a report. The 31-year-old man, whose identity has not been released, got the tattoo five days before swimming in the ...
Roche's pricey new breast-cancer combo barely beats old drug
The Boston Globe
Roche Holding's new breast cancer combination therapy barely outperformed a current gold-standard drug for the disease — the company's own decades-old Herceptin — in its latest study. The results, presented Monday in Chicago at the world's largest ...

New York Daily News
NYC doctor busted for writing unneeded painkiller meds
New York Daily News
DEA agents escort Dr. Martin Tesher, 81, on Monday. He's accused of writing prescriptions that generated 2.2 million oxycodone pills. (Obtained by Daily News). BY Andrew Keshner. NEW YORK DAILY NEWS. Monday, June 5, 2017, 9:18 PM. A Manhattan ...

NBCNews.com
CAR-T Cancer Approach Has Surprising Success in Multiple Myeloma
NBCNews.com
Doctors are reporting unprecedented success from a new cell and gene therapy for multiple myeloma, a blood cancer that's on the rise. Although it's early and the study is small -- 35 people -- every patient responded and all but two were in some level ...

The Sydney Morning Herald
Opioid crisis centre stage as Ohio sues Oxycontin and Percocet drug-makers
The Sydney Morning Herald
Dayton: Ohio, a bellwether for US elections in general and the Rust Belt in particular, has in the course of the past month become a single-issue state. The field for next year's gubernatorial election has made it plain that the only issue in the state ...

USA TODAY
Should I burn a tick off? 5 common myths about ticks
USA TODAY
Tick season is officially here. A recent population boom of white-footed mice has led to an increase in ticks in the Northeast, which feed on mice blood and can acquire the bacteria that cause Lyme disease. In areas where ticks are rampant, like in the ...

New York Daily News
Puerto Rico declares Zika outbreak over, CDC maintains travel warning
New York Daily News
Aedes aegypti mosquitoes are seen at the Laboratory of Entomology and Ecology of the Dengue Branch of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 6, 2016. REUTERS/Alvin Baez/File Photo. (Reuters). REUTERS.

Patch.com
UT-Austin Engineering Researchers Develop Hyperlocal Air Pollution Maps
Patch.com
Aided by Google Street View cars, maps illustrate dramatic shifts in air quality down to a block-by-block basis, according to engineers. By Tony Cantu (Patch Staff) - June 5, 2017 2:26 pm ET. UT-Austin Engineering Researchers Develop Hyperlocal Air ...

NPR
What's The Rate Of Smoking In The 13- To 15-Year-Old Crowd?
NPR
It's a public health problem that spans the globe. It kills close to 6 million people a year. Teenagers are at risk. It's not the latest epidemic or chronic disease. It's the cigarette. A new report from the Centers for Disease Control looks at rates ...

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