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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 ...

Washington Post
You can now snort chocolate — but should you?
Washington Post
First came Four Loko, the alcoholic energy drink dubbed “blackout in a can.” Now meet Coco Loko, a “snortable” chocolate powder being marketed as a drug-free way to get a buzz. The product, created by Orlando-based company Legal Lean, includes cacao ...

Washington Post
Vatican acknowledges past problems at 'pope's hospital'
Washington Post
VATICAN CITY — The Vatican secretary of state acknowledged Tuesday that there were problems at “the pope's hospital” for children in the past, but said the new administration is making a “serious effort to resolve them.” Cardinal Pietro Parolin said ...

CNN
Vatican hospital offers to take in baby Charlie Gard
CNN
(CNN) A Vatican-owned pediatric hospital in Rome offered to take 10-month-old Charlie Gard into its care on Tuesday. It's an effort to prevent doctors at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London from turning off his life support and to allow his parents ...

KTVB
Fireworks can trigger PTSD symptoms for some veterans
KTVB
They were tough in combat, but some of America's bravest men and women fear the 4th of July. Fireworks can be torture-a reminder of the battlefield-but there's a way neighbors can help ease the stress. Pete Muntean, WUSA 9:17 PM. MDT July 03, 2017.

CBS News
Probe launched after E. coli kills 2 kids in Utah polygamous community
CBS News
SALT LAKE CITY -- Utah health authorities were investigating what triggered an E. coli outbreak in a mostly-polygamous community on the Utah-Arizona border after the bacteria killed two children and sickened four others. Early indications suggest the E ...

Normangee Star
Fight Against World's Worst Cholera Outbreak Continues
NPR
Cholera is spreading rapidly across Yemen, where civil war has decimated the public health services needed to contain the outbreak. Nearly 1,600 people have died from the disease in the last two months; an estimated 5,000 are infected every day.

NBC Bay Area
Eggs of Mosquito That Can Transmit Zika Found in Pasadena
NBC Bay Area
The eggs were identified June 21 as those of the Asian tiger mosquito, a small insect known for biting during daytime hours. By City News Service. processing... What do you think? Is Paul Millsap a good fit for the Denver Nuggets? Yes; No; I don't ...

Tech Times
Transgender Fish: Contraceptive Pills Flushed Down Water Drains Cause Male Fish To Mutate Into Females
Tech Times
Male roach fish now exhibit more feminine traits, with some of them even starting to produce eggs. Chemicals present in birth control pills and other household products flushed down household drains are blamed for these changes. ( Gabriela Sanda ...

CNN
Canadian baby given health card without sex designation
CNN
(CNN) A Canadian baby has been issued a health document that doesn't specify male or female, in what campaigners are claiming is a possible "world first." Searyl Atli Doty was born in British Columbia, "outside the medical system," and did not undergo ...

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