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Charlotte Observer
Miami boy's death shows powerful opioid's chilling potential
ABC News
Police patrol a side street next to an apartment building where a 10-year-old boy that died of a fentanyl overdose last month lived, in Miami, Fla. (AP Photo/Mario Houben)more +. 0 Shares. Email. A 10-year-old boy from a drug-ridden Miami neighborhood ...

CNN
Baby dies of viral meningitis after deadly kiss
CNN
(CNN) Mariana Sifrit, the infant girl who contracted viral meningitis caused by HSV-1 when she was less than a week old, died Tuesday morning, her mother posted on Facebook. HSV-1 is the same herpes virus that causes cold sores, and only rarely does it ...

Sacramento Bee
Brain scans may change care for some people with memory loss
ABC News
In this photo taken July 12, 2017, Cynthia Guzman walks through a garden outside her home in Napa, Calif. Guzman underwent a special kind of PET scan that can detect a hallmark of Alzheimer's and learned she didn't have that disease as doctors ...

Food Safety News
USDA says mad cow case in Alabama is 'atypical' and not risky
Food Safety News
An 11-year old cow in Alabama is the fifth case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) to be found in the United States since 2003, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced late on Tuesday. The non-scientific name for BSE is mad cow disease, ...

Economic Times
Study reveals how four in 10 people fail to tell the difference between modified and real photos
New Zealand Herald
This simple test will reveal if you have an eye for spotting fraudulent pictures - or if your friends could be pulling the wool over your eyes. Photo / Sophie Nightingale Cognitive Research, 2017. Daily Mail. Share via email Facebook share Share on ...

CT Post
Technology giant plans mosquito invasion
CT Post
A biologist sorts mosquitoes collected in a trap in Hutchins, Texas. A giant technology company will release up to 20 million bacteria-filled, buzzing mosquitoes this summer in Fresno, Calif., in an attempt to fight disease. less. A biologist sorts ...

Washington Post
A man fought a bobcat on video. Then he found out it had rabies.
Washington Post
Steve Verschoor had no way to know the thing was rabid. He just saw what he saw as he drove past a country club in Anthem, Ariz., on Sunday morning: a bobcat attacking a dog. So Verschoor made a split-second decision, for better or worse. “Attacking a ...

Reuters
Illinois law requires coverage of pediatric autoimmune disorders
Reuters
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Illinois became the first state in the country on Tuesday to enact a law requiring insurers to cover medical treatment for two pediatric autoimmune disorders. Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner signed "Charlie's Law," which will provide ...

Mirror.co.uk
Give Baby Charlie the experimental treatment, say US parents whose son has similar disorder
ABC News
Baby Charlie Gard's parents have been locked in a bitter fight for their son's future, not only for his survival against a debilitating disease, but against the London hospital where he has been a patient since he was just 2 months old and the British ...

KING5.com
Can a blood test detect a pot-impaired driver?
KING5.com
In Washington state, a driver who's suspected of using pot receives a blood test that measures the level of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC): the active ingredient in marijuana. The test results are accurate, according to Dr. Brianna Peterson, toxicology ...

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