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CNN
Moderate drinking may alter brain, study says
CNN
An estimated 47 million people globally have Alzheimer's disease, and that number is projected to triple by 2050. There is no cure or real treatment, but studies show and according to the Alzheimer's Association, there are some things you can do to ...

NBCNews.com
Opioid Crisis Batters Georgia as Suspicious Percocet Kills Two
NBCNews.com
Police on Tuesday were hunting for whoever is responsible for sending a wave of drug overdoses crashing through middle Georgia that killed at least two people and sickened dozens more. In a cascade of chaos spanning 48 hours, emergency responders ...

NBC Bay Area
Tick Bite May Have Caused Indiana Girl's Death, Family Says
NBC Bay Area
A tick bite may have led to the death of a young Indiana girl who fell dangerously ill in a matter of days last week, family members said. (Published 4 hours ago). A tick bite may have led to the death of a young Indiana girl who fell dangerously ill ...

CNN
Drinking non-cow milk linked to shorter kids, study suggests
CNN
(CNN) Children who drink dairy alternatives like soy, almond or rice milks are slightly shorter than their peers who drink cow's milk, according to a new study. The study, published Wednesday in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, found that ...

wtvr.com
Babies may sleep longer in their own rooms, study says
wtvr.com
The American Academy of Pediatrics Safe to Sleep Campaign suggests that no soft bedding — including bumpers — be used in cribs. (PHOTO: Sara Dickherber/Washington University). The sooner babies get their own rooms, the longer they'll sleep on ...

USA TODAY
Florida woman breaks county record with 13 pound, 5 ounce baby
USA TODAY
As Chrissy Corbitt was in the delivery room of the Orange Park Medical Center, doctors and hospital personnel laughed and began throwing out numbers. “Fifteen pounds,” one person said. “Fourteen-point-five,” another chimed in. When baby Carleigh ...

New York Post
Man with HIV charged with murder after girlfriend dies of AIDS
New York Post
TOLEDO, Ohio — A married man accused of not telling his longtime girlfriend that he was HIV-positive was charged with murder after the woman died of AIDS. A judge on Tuesday set bond at $1.5 million for Ronald Murdock, who was indicted last week in ...

Houston Chronicle
Zika outlook less dire as disease wanes in Southern Hemisphere
Houston Chronicle
FILE-In this Feb. 11, 2016 file photo, Dallas County Mosquito Lab microbiologist Spencer Lockwood sorts mosquitos collected in a trap in Hutchins, Texas, that had been set up in Dallas County near the location of a confirmed Zika virus infection. Cuts ...

HuffPost
Trump Appointee In Office Overseeing Sex Ed Programs Is A Major Abstinence Advocate
HuffPost
The Trump administration's latest Department of Health and Human Services appointee has a long history of working against comprehensive sexual health education. Valerie Huber was appointed as the chief of staff to Don Wright, the assistant secretary ...

The Atlantic
Scientists Pit Sourdough Against White Bread—With Surprising Results
The Atlantic
Like ​The Atlantic? Subscribe to ​The Atlantic Daily​, our free weekday email newsletter. Think about the taste of sourdough. That distinctive tang is the work of microbes used in baking the bread—a “starter culture” of wild yeast strains and bacteria ...

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