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Forbes
What's In Your Mac And Cheese Besides Macaroni And Cheese
Forbes
Oh, Mac and Cheese, what's happened to you? You were the most comfortable of comfort foods. So reliable. So innocent. So simple with not too many ingredients. Just macaroni and cheese...and phthalates. What the phthalates?!? I did not order that with ...

Washington Times
What the struggle for a baby's life reveals
Washington Times
Millions across the world are fighting, praying, and hoping for 11-month-old Charlie Gard's chance to pursue living. Here, across the pond in the United States, we have leading doctors and physicians offering treatment, nonprofit organizations ...

Los Angeles Times
The US should rethink its entire approach to painkillers and the people addicted to them, panel urges
Los Angeles Times
To reverse a still-spiraling American crisis fueled by prescription narcotic drugs, a panel of experts advising the federal government has recommended sweeping changes in the ways that physicians treat pain, their patients cope with pain, and ...

CNN
Why are these countries the most obese? Walking is just one reason
CNN
(CNN) The world is in the middle of a major obesity epidemic, and current trends indicate that it's only going to get worse. A recent study found that more than 2 billion adults and children globally are overweight or obese and suffer health problems ...

Reuters
T-cell cancer therapy holds promise, longer-term results await
Reuters
(Reuters) - A novel cell treatment that saved the life of 9-year-old Austin Schuetz was given the green light by U.S. regulatory advisers on Wednesday and doctors hope it can save the lives of more children with the most common type of childhood cancer.

BBC News
Is it still taboo to take a mental health sick day?
BBC News
Madalyn Parker, a US web developer, sparked a debate about workplace attitudes to mind problems after tweeting an email from her boss. Her boss said she was an "example to us all" by telling colleagues she was taking sick leave for her mental health ...

CBS News
Missouri woman dies after contracting rare tick-borne Bourbon virus
CBS News
Tamela Wilson worked at a state park for more than 10 years, so she wasn't fazed when she spotted ticks on her skin. She simply picked them off without giving it a second thought. The 58-year-old didn't worry about contracting a tick-borne illness ...

The Boston Globe
Tufts Medical CEO stands tough, says union hurting Tufts
The Boston Globe
More than once this week, Dr. Michael Wagner has delivered a tough message: We will not be held hostage. His tone was typically calm and measured but his meaning unmistakable. Wagner, the chief executive of Tufts Medical Center, has taken a notably ...

Miami Herald
Room with a view: 2 ex- Vatican hospital officials charged
Miami Herald
The scandal was remarkable even by Vatican standards: The president of the "pope's hospital" for sick children had taken nearly a half-million dollars in hospital donations and used them to spruce up the penthouse apartment of the Vatican cardinal who ...

KOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo News
Nevada adopts emergency rules to combat pot bottleneck
KOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo News
(AP Photo/John Locher, File). FILE- In this Saturday, July 1, 2017, file photo, people line up at the NuLeaf marijuana dispensary in Las Vegas. The Nevada Tax Commission is expected to approve an emergency regulation on Thursday, July 13, to issue dist.

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