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The San Diego Union-Tribune
Will cancer warning make you avoid Roundup weed killer?
The San Diego Union-Tribune
The weed killer Roundup will become the latest product in California required to carry a label alerting consumers that exposure is believed to cause cancer, state regulators announced this week. The decision marks the latest flash point in a years-long ...

Fox News
111 terminally ill end lives under new California law
Fox News
FILE 2015: Debbie Ziegler, mother of Brittany Maynard, speaks to the media after the passage of legislation, which would allow terminally ill patients to legally end their lives, at the state Capitol, in Sacramento. (AP). California health officials ...

NBCNews.com
Needle-Free Flu Vaccine Patch Works as Well as a Shot
NBCNews.com
A press-on patch that delivers flu vaccine painlessly worked as well as an old-fashioned flu shot with no serious side effects, researchers reported Tuesday. People who tried out the patch said it was not difficult or painful to use, and tests of their ...

Omaha World-Herald
Nebraska's pets are second fattest in the country
Omaha World-Herald
It might seem logical that the states with the highest prevalence of overweight people would have the highest percentages of hefty pets. Surely all those fit Coloradans with their outdoorsy lifestyles have slim dogs, right? Not according to a new ...

Cosmopolitan.com
Mom of Boy With Rare Condition Shares His Enormous Hospital Bill in Response to GOP's New Plan
Cosmopolitan.com
A lifetime cap on benefits is the same as saying, "Sorry, you're not worth keeping alive anymore." Twitter. By Laura Beck. Jun 26, 2017. BuzzFeed reports on a 2-year-old boy named Ethan who was born with a rare condition that requires serious medical care.

Washington Post
President Trump wants you to know he actually does care about HIV/AIDS
Washington Post
The White House has issued an earnest statement attributed to President Trump about HIV/AIDS in America. It is technically accurate, apolitical and strikes just the right notes in terms of being somber and optimistic at the same time. There's nothing ...

New York Times
Plague Is Found in New Mexico. Again.
New York Times
The cause of plague, Yersinia pestis bacteria, in the foregut of a flea. Credit Media for Medical/UIG via Getty Images. The New Mexico Department of Health said this week that two women were found to have plague, bringing the total number of people ...

Los Angeles Times
As lawmakers debate GOP healthcare bill, new study finds stripping people of insurance can be deadly
Los Angeles Times
The number of Americans who die prematurely would rise by about 29,000 each year if the health reform plan put forth by Senate Republicans were to go into full effect, a new report suggests. As lawmakers in Congress debate the merits of two GOP plans ...

cleveland.com
Cleveland Clinic, Rainbow on US News' Best Children's Hospitals rankings
cleveland.com
UH Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital was listed at No. 7 in neonatology in the U.S. News & World Report's Best Children's Hospitals Rankings. ( Lynn Ischay/ The Plain Dealer ). By Julie Washington, The Plain Dealer · jwashington@plaind.com.

CBS News
Increasing reports of side effects from cosmetics
CBS News
When you purchase a new eye shadow or shampoo, you expect those products will be safe and that they won't cause skin breakouts -- or worse. But new research found that's not always the case. And, because cosmetics are woefully underregulated in the ...

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