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New York Daily News
Alzheimer's may begin outside the brain
New York Daily News
A new study that holds potential for future therapies shows that Alzheimer's can start anywhere in the body before traveling to the brain. “Alzheimer's disease is clearly a disease of the brain. But we need to pay attention to the whole body to ...

Sacramento Bee
FDA warns candy lovers: Too much black licorice could land you in hospital
Sacramento Bee
As trick-or-treaters finish their rounds this Halloween, children and parents will end up with stashes of candy lasting days or even weeks to come. But don't binge eat it – especially black licorice, the Food and Drug Administration warned this week ...

Mashable
How your brain responds to certain words might predict your suicide risk
Mashable
When a person becomes suicidal, they don't necessarily rush to tell friends, family, or even their doctor. They might feel ashamed of their thoughts and emotions, and wish instead for them to simply disappear. The stigma surrounding suicide is partly ...

New York Daily News
New Jersey suing Purdue Pharma for fueling state's opioid crisis with deceptive marketing strategy
New York Daily News
New Jersey is one of 11 states that are suing Perdu over deceptive marketing strategy that is feeding the nation's opioid crisis. (George Frey/REUTERS). Reuters. REUTERS. Tuesday, October 31, 2017, 6:13 PM. New Jersey on Tuesday sued Purdue Pharma ...

Live Science
Woman Sues Sephora — Can You Get Herpes from Lipstick?
Live Science
A California woman is suing the makeup store Sephora, because she claims that she contracted oral herpes from a "tester" tube of lipstick at the store, TMZ reported yesterday (Oct. 30). The woman says she sampled one of the tester lipsticks that was on ...

PEOPLE.com
First-Time Father Adorably Tries to Comfort His Newborn Son as He Receives His First Shots
PEOPLE.com
On the same day he learned his father passed away, a new dad did his best to comfort his two-month-old son as he received his first vaccinations. Antwon Lee of Warrenton, Georgia, took his newborn son, Debias King, to the pediatrician on October 26 to ...

News & Observer
Which Triangle hospitals are safest? Find out which ones got A's.
News & Observer
Six Triangle hospitals received “A” grades in a biannual safety score issued Tuesday by The Leapfrog Group, a Washington nonprofit that assesses hospital safety and performance. Leapfrog graded 2,632 hospitals nationwide, awarding A's to 832, or about ...

NBCNews.com
Congress Grills Tech Titans on Russian Propaganda
NBCNews.com
Representatives for Facebook, Twitter and Google were grilled Tuesday by lawmakers following revelations that millions of Americans were exposed to Russian propaganda during the presidential election. Share Video; Facebook · Twitter · E-mail; Embed.

CNN
2100 cities exceed recommended pollution levels, fueling climate change
CNN
(CNN) Climate change is already affecting the health of populations around the world, but things are set to get worse if adequate changes aren't made, according to an international consortium of climate experts. Fueling the impact is the fact that more ...

WCPO
Indiana mom says this photo of her overdosing with baby in car saved her life
WCPO
The photo is shocking. A young mother passed out in the front seat of her car, a syringe clutched in her fist. What you can't see in the photo is the back seat, where her infant son sat crying. That was a year ago this month -- but for Erika Hurt, it ...

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