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CNN
Trump strikes optimistic tone on GOP health care effort
CNN
New York (CNN) President Donald Trump, watching from New York as Senate Republicans mull their latest attempt at a health care reform bill, said Wednesday he was optimistic about the measure's chances. "I think it has a very good chance. I believe that ...

BBC News
UK scientists edit DNA of human embryos
BBC News
The blueprint for life - DNA - has been altered in human embryos for the first time in the UK. The team at the Francis Crick Institute are unravelling the mysteries of the earliest moments of life. Understanding what happens after a sperm fertilises an ...

Newsweek
Duck Penises Get Bigger When They Are Surrounded by Other Males
Newsweek
Depending on what corners of the internet you frequent, you may have heard about the horrific corkscrew penises ducks use to solicit often nonconsensual sex. If you've never stopped to wonder about the reproductive habits of this barnyard classic ...

The San Diego Union-Tribune
San Diego officials were warned about restroom shortage repeatedly before hepatitis outbreak
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Dr. Nick Yphantides, the county's Chief Medical Officer, talked about the efforts to stop the spread of hepatitis A on Tuesday. Behind him were Supervisor Ron Roberts, Mayor Kevin Faulconer and other health officials. (K.C. Alfred / San Diego Union ...

New York Daily News
The surprising cities with the highest and lowest rates of exercise
New York Daily News
A poll on the exercise habits of adults from 2015 to 2016, across 189 U.S. cities, revealed that a person's frequency of working out has seemingly nothing to do with where they live. While some may believe that those who live in more metropolitan areas ...

KTLA
Family of West Covina Woman Killed by West Nile Virus Speak Out After Infection Claims 6 Lives in California This Year
KTLA
Just as Ventura County health officials warned of mosquitoes found infected with West Nile Virus on Wednesday, a family a county away in West Covina spoke out about the illness killing one of their own. Julie Shepherd, 84, was a lively grandmother who ...

New York Post
Sleep deprivation might be the antidote for depression
New York Post
Depression keeping you up at night? Staying awake may be the key to rapidly improving your mood. Researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania looked back at decades' worth of studies on sleep deprivation and ...

Atlanta Journal Constitution
Groundbreaking study finds rigid gender stereotypes in children tied to higher depression, violence, suicide risk
Atlanta Journal Constitution
A girl plays with a baby doll at a day care center for children aged 12 months to six years on December 22, 2011 in Munich, Germany. New research from the World Health Organization and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health shows exposure ...

Medscape
WHO: Not Enough Antibiotics in Pipeline to Curb Superbugs
Medscape
Not enough new antibiotics are in the research and development pipeline to meet the challenge of burgeoning antibiotic resistance, especially with tuberculosis (TB), the World Health Organization (WHO) warned in a new report released today. Although ...

Newsweek
E-Cigarettes With Nicotine Can Damage Your Heart With Just One Puff
Newsweek
Many turn to e-cigarettes to help themselves wean off nicotine by moving to lower and lower doses, or as a "safer alternative" to tobacco. However, a study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association found e-cigarettes with nicotine can ...

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