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Washington Post
'He deserves a chance': Charlie Gard's parents fight to bring son to the US for treatment
Washington Post
The parents of Charlie Gard, the 11-month-old British infant whose rare genetic condition has captured the world's attention, said they want to move their son to a hospital in the United States, where he would receive experimental treatment. Chris Gard ...

New York Post
Chuck Schumer calls for crackdown on 'snortable chocolate'
New York Post
Snortable chocolate is so dangerous that its health effects must be investigated by the feds, Sen. Charles Schumer is urging. SEE ALSO. You can now snort chocolate to get high. This product could give a whole new meaning to the... Coco Loko — a raw ...

New York Daily News
Sheriff of opioid death-riddled Ohio county won't let his deputies carry anti-overdose drug Narcan
New York Daily News
A four-milligram dose of the life-saving overdose antidote Narcan costs just $37.50 — but the sheriff of an opioid death-riddled Ohio county won't let his deputies carry it, citing cost and safety concerns. “All we're doing is reviving them, we're not ...

wreg.com
Alabama officials report 3 cases of flesh-eating bacteria
wreg.com
MOBILE, Ala. — Mobile County health officials are confirming three cases of flesh-eating bacteria, or “vibrio vulnificus,” in the county. Barbara Gibbs, who oversees the Infectious Disease and Control Department with the county health department, says ...

USA TODAY
Mom posts photo of baby with dimple piercing to make statement on circumcision
USA TODAY
A mother posted a photo of her infant daughter with a pierced dimple on Facebook, sparking outrage, threats and calls to remove the child from her custody. The photo shows a beaming baby with a diamond-studded piercing on her left cheek. It was ...

CBC.ca
Gluten-free bread is toast at holy communion: Vatican
CBC.ca
The Vatican has outlawed gluten-free bread used to celebrate the Eucharist during Roman Catholic mass, but says low-gluten hosts can be used — so long as there is enough protein in the wheat to make it without additives. For some Calgary-area ...

KPRC Houston
11 teens hospitalized after eating drug-laced gummy bears
KPRC Houston
LA PORTE COUNTY, Ill. - Eleven teenagers are recovering after getting sick from eating drug-laced candies. Officials said the 11 teenagers were taken to La Porte-area hospitals after getting sick from gummy bears laced with THC, which is the main ...

Santa Clarita Valley Signal
Algal bloom prompts officials to issue health warning
Santa Clarita Valley Signal
The Vaquero Day Use Area's swim beach will be closed due to an algae bloom at Pyramid Lake. Press Release. Samie Gebers · Add Comment. Share This! Facebook; Twitter. The Department of Water Resources is urging the public to to avoid contact with ...

Syracuse.com
Schumer in Syracuse visit: Feds too slow to stop Lyme disease
Syracuse.com
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., holds up a vial filled with ticks while talking about Lyme disease at Onondaga Lake Park in Liverpool, N.Y., on Friday, July 7, 2017. At right is Martha Conan, of Camillus, who has Lyme disease. (Provided photo). By ...

New Jersey Herald
No. 3 House Republican Scalise is back in intensive care
New Jersey Herald
FILE - In this June 22, 2016, file photo, House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, of Louisiana, speaks at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) in Washington, on new proposals to repeal and replace President Barack Obama's health care law. The Washington ...

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