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CNN International
Second Senate committee to address bill targeting opioid treatment, prevention
Winston-Salem Journal
The second state Senate committee will address a bipartisan House bill that is focused on tightening opioid regulations. House Bill 243, known as the STOP Act, is sponsored by Republican lawmakers and Democratic Attorney General Josh Stein. The bill ...

Newsweek
Sharp Rise in Suicides by Gun Among American Children Is Found
U.S. News & World Report
(Reuters) - American children died of self-inflicted gunshot wounds at a sharply higher rate in 2014 than seven years earlier, according to a study released on Monday, which said that the safe storage of firearms could make a big difference in ...

Washington Post
A third of the world's people already face deadly heat waves. It could be nearly three-quarters by 2100.
Washington Post
Nearly one-third of the global population suffers deadly levels of heat for at least 20 days during the year, new research suggests. And by the end of the century, thanks to climate change, this number could climb above 70 percent. Certain parts of the ...

Business Insider
6 members of Trump's HIV/AIDS advisory board resign in protest
Business Insider
(Mic) — Six members of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS resigned from the board in mid-June due to President Donald Trump's apparent lack of action regarding the HIV epidemic. In an op-ed for Newsweek , former PACHA member Scott ...

WXIA-TV
Verify: Is coconut oil worse for you heart than other oils?
WXIA-TV
A new American Heart Association Report advises people not to use coconut oil in their food. So we put our VERIFY team on the task of figuring out – is it worse for your heart than other oils? For years it has been labeled a healthy alternative to ...

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
Liquid Biopsy Guides New Prostate Cancer Drug Trial
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
It's been no secret that screening methods to detect prostate cancer have been woefully lacking and largely inconsistent with respect to the results they provide. Yet, with the rise in validated biomarkers and advanced diagnostics coupled with next ...

WSAW
Parents, doctors warn of fidget spinner dangers
WSAW
CBS NEWS-- Fidget spinners have become the hot toy of the summer, but now there are reports that they may present a choking hazard. Shane Holtsclaw, a firefighter, recently had to rescue his own daughter Emma. “You don't think that would ever happen,” ...

CBS News
Man awarded $870K after doctors remove wrong testicle
CBS News
HUNTINGDON, Pa. -- A Pennsylvania jury has awarded $870,000 to a man whose surgeon removed the wrong testicle. Steven Haines, 54, sued Dr. V. Spencer Long, whom Haines went to see in 2013 after suffering pain in his right testicle for 15 years.

Outbreak News Today
Mutant mosquitoes make insecticide-resistance monitoring key to controlling Zika
Outbreak News Today
One of the most common insecticides used in the battle against the Aedes aegypti mosquito has no measurable impact when applied in communities where the mosquito has built up resistance to it, a study led by Emory University finds. The study is the ...
Woman who lied about cancer to avoid prison gets 2 ½ years
Tri-City Herald
A Connecticut woman who lied about having cancer to avoid reporting to prison on a fraud conviction has been sentenced to more than two years in prison. Thirty-seven-year-old Aliyah Davis, of East Windsor, was sentenced to 30 months Monday by a federal ...

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