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CNN
Opioid addiction rates continue to skyrocket
CNN
(CNN) A new study finds that the number of Americans being diagnosed with opioid addiction continues to skyrocket, but still very few receive any treatment. This is in line with the rising trend documented in previous reports. An analysis from Blue ...

Gizmodo
Scientists Push Back Against Controversial Paper Claiming a Limit To Human Lifespans
Gizmodo
Humans don't like dying, they don't like the idea of dying, and most have made not dying an important part of their life. Lots of folks are interested in making us not die for longer, so it was a real bummer last year when a team of researchers said ...

WXIA-TV
Woman who had heart transplant 7 years ago dies after giving birth
WXIA-TV
ST. LOUIS -- - Megan Moss Johnson gave birth to her first child early Tuesday morning and died eight hours later. 11Alive's partner station KSDK's Kay Quinn spoke with Megan seven years ago after she received a heart transplant. The Ferguson, Missouri ...

BT.com
'Heartbroken' parents spending last hours with baby Charlie
BT.com
Ms Yates described the day Charlie was born, August 4 last year, as the best day of their lives but said June 30 2017, would be the worst. Share this. Facebook; Twitter; Google plus; Email; Share. 0. 'Heartbroken' parents spending last hours with baby ...

OregonLive.com
Maybe don't eat that placenta: Oregon woman passes infection to baby from placenta
OregonLive.com
Placenta capsules -- pictured here, from a lab in Columbia, Missouri -- are an increasingly popular trend for new moms. Their placenta is cleaned, dehydrated and ground into pill form that mothers ingest. However, doctors in Oregon linked the pills to ...

The Independent
Pesticides Are Harming Bees — But Not Everywhere, Major New Study Shows
NPR
In the global debate over neonicotinoid pesticides, the company that makes most of them has relied on one primary argument to defend its product: The evidence that these chemicals, commonly called "neonics," are harmful to bees has been gathered in ...

Gizmodo
A Deadly Brain-Invading Worm Is Disturbingly Widespread in Florida
Gizmodo
Scientists in Florida have found traces of rat lungworm in five counties, bolstering the idea that this potentially fatal parasite may be expanding its geographical range on account of—you guessed it—climate change. If this sounds familiar, you're ...

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
State names medical marijuana dispensary permit recipients
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Trent Hartley, whose family operates glass factories including Standard Bent Glass in East Butler, turned his attention in recent years to medical marijuana for his three children with autoimmune disorders. His daughter, Barrett, 21, had a difficult ...

HuffPost
What You Need To Know About Zika Virus
HuffPost
Zika virus has made a worldwide media splash in the last few years following reports out of Brazil that it was linked to a spike in babies born with severe brain damage called microcephaly. Though media attention has diminished, Zika still poses a ...

USA TODAY
Ohio official: Don't send medics for third overdose
CNN
(CNN) An Ohio city councilman has suggested a controversial solution to the growing opioid problem in his town: If an addict keeps overdosing, the city won't dispatch anyone to save their life. Middletown City Council member Dan Picard is proposing to ...

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