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KTIC
What to know about hepatitis A, as California outbreak triggers state of emergency
ABC News
Police officers remove a tent left by the homeless during efforts to sanitize neighborhoods to control the spread of hepatitis A, in San Diego, Sept. 25, 2017.more +. 0 Shares. Email. As California finds itself in the grips of the largest person-to ...

Washington Post
A 2-year-old's kidney transplant was put on hold — after his donor father's probation violation
Washington Post
A father in Georgia who had prepared to donate a kidney to his 2-year-old son said last week that he is being forced to wait after a recent stint in county jail. Anthony Dickerson's son, A.J., was born without kidneys, and Dickerson, who is a perfect ...

KOMO News
Judge throws out initiative that would ban supervised injection sites
KOMO News
A King County Superior Court judge ruled Monday, Oct. 16, 2017, Initiative 27, the county-wide ban on supervised injection sites, as invalid and prohibited it from being placed on the ballot. (KOMO File Photo). PKG- BVUE INJECTION SITES.transfer_frame_0.

The Denver Post
Study argues marijuana legalization reduced opioid overdose deaths in Colorado
The Denver Post
The start of legal marijuana sales in Colorado may have reversed a rising trend of prescription opioid overdose deaths in the state, a new study set to be published next month concludes. The study found that — even after taking into account other ...

BBC News
Restaurant chain 'cut sugary drink sales' with price rise
BBC News
An increase in the price of sugary drinks in restaurants and the offer of healthier alternatives could encourage customers to cut back on sugar, a study suggests. In Jamie's Italian restaurants, sales of sugar-sweetened soft drinks declined by 9 ...

BBC News
Breast cancer warning from man stunned by 'impossible' diagnosis
BBC News
When you think of breast cancer, you think of a form of cancer that affects only women. It doesn't. While breast cancer in men is rare it's still an issue for the 10 men on average who are diagnosed with it every year in Northern Ireland. Ian Cranston ...

MIT News
Scientists discover a new way of diagnosing breast cancer — using artificial intelligence
The Week Magazine
Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are fighting to make breast cancer diagnosis more efficient — and they've turned to artificial intelligence to do so. Traditionally, women undergo regular mammograms, which provide images of the ...

The Coloradoan
West Nile virus season unusually lethal in Larimer County this year
The Coloradoan
West Nile virus claimed more lives than usual in Larimer County this year, despite seeing less than half the number of cases it did last year. Larimer County's mosquitoes are all dead or in hibernation after the first frost of fall and cooler ...

New York Post
Men don't wear condoms for a very embarrassing reason
New York Post
Despite the well-known fact that condoms are the only birth-control method that protects against most sexually transmitted diseases, condom usage in Australia is on the decline. A recent study of single, heterosexual men in Australia found only one in ...

The Hindu
In Madagascar, plague outbreak now threatens largest cities
ABC News
In this photo taken Tuesday Oct. 10, 2017, a girl wears a face mask inside a hospital in the capital Antananarivo, Madagascar. A plague outbreak has brought some panic to the city dwellers with schools closed and public gatherings banned as the death ...

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