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USA TODAY
Man behind ALS Ice Bucket Challenge hospitalized
USA TODAY
Pete Frates, who inspired people around the world to dump buckets of ice over their heads to raise money for Lou Gehrig's disease, was in a Boston hospital Monday battling the debilitating disorder. Frates, 32, was diagnosed five years ago with ...

CNN
Heartburn drugs tied to increased risk of early death, study says
CNN
(CNN) At prescription strength, proton-pump inhibitors are associated with a potential 25% increased risk of early death from any cause, suggests new research published Monday in the British Medical Journal Open. This study did not examine ...

BGR
Health vlogger eats poisonous plant on livestream, and you'll totally believe what happens next
BGR
In the fascinating world of second-tier YouTube health vlogging, chemicals bad and plants good. Only, that doesn't work so well when the plant in question is Agave Americana, a Mexico-dwelling poisonous plant that can easily kill a human. Don't Miss: ...

NBCNews.com
Reminders on Firework Safety During Fourth of July Celebrations
NBCNews.com
Some 11,000 people are injured in fireworks accidents each year across the U.S. And it's sparklers -- which can become hot enough to melt metal -- in the hands of children that are often the most dangerous. Share Video; Facebook · Twitter · E-mail; Embed.

Salt Lake Tribune
'The doctor actually rolled his eyes at me and would not test her,' Utah woman says of her child who died
Salt Lake Tribune
Hildale woman says her daughter was turned away from St. George medical center and died 8 days later. Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest Email Print. Share This Article. ARTICLE PHOTO GALLERY (2). Photo courtesy of Sam Berg Gabriella Fullerton and ...

Press Herald
'Bumper crop' of mosquitoes has Maine health officials on alert
Press Herald
An employee of All Habitat Services LLC of Branford, Conn., scoops water from a swamp in Milford, Conn., on April 17. The Northeast Regional Climate Center at Cornell University reports that it was the fourth-wettest spring on record from West Virginia ...

BBC News
Google DeepMind NHS medical trial broke UK privacy law
BBC News
A UK hospital did not do enough to protect the privacy of patients when it shared data with Google, the UK's Information Commission (ICO) has ruled. The ICO censured the Royal Free NHS Foundation Trust about data handed over during trials of a novel ...

The Cannabist
Nevada's rollicking marijuana rollout still going strong
The Cannabist
Nevada marijuana shops stay busy after weekend debut; Las Vegas police official says, "Everything went smooth as far as we can tell." 0. SHARES. ShareTweetRedditWhatsappMailPrint · GoogleTumblrPinterestLinkedinPocketDiggStumbleupon. Published: ...

New York Times
With a Tick Boom, It's Not Just Lyme Disease You Have to Fear
New York Times
Everybody knows about Lyme disease. But experts say the Northern United States may be in for a bad tick season this summer, raising concerns about Lyme and other scary tick-borne diseases, including the Powassan virus, which causes encephalitis and ...

The Atlantic
How the Democratic Republic of the Congo Beat Ebola in 42 Days
The Atlantic
Like ​The Atlantic? Subscribe to ​The Atlantic Daily​, our free weekday email newsletter. As anti-climaxes go, it was a most welcome one. On May 11, the Ministry of Health of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) notified the World Health ...

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