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Washington Post
The unforgettable moment a widow touched the face that once belonged to her husband
Washington Post
Lilly Ross was “terrified” but “excited” to meet the man who had been given her husband's face. Calen “Rudy” Ross had killed himself in 2016, but in death had given a gift to others — his lungs, his kidneys, his face. And although she admitted she ...

Los Angeles Times
Disneyland shuts down 2 cooling towers after Legionnaires' disease sickens park visitors
Los Angeles Times
Disneyland has shut down two bacteria-contaminated cooling towers after Orange County health officials discovered several cases of Legionnaires' disease in people who had visited the Anaheim theme park, authorities said. Twelve cases of the ...

Voice of America
Pneumonic Plague in Madagascar Continues to Decline
Voice of America
Pneumonic plague continues to decline in Madagascar, according to the World Health Organization, whose latest figures put the number of suspected cases at 1,947, including 143 deaths. The latest reported cases of pneumonic plague, based on the number ...

CBS News
Fact check: Can you overdose from fentanyl left on shopping carts?
CBS News
A warning about the dangers of drug residue on shopping carts went viral this week — but experts were quick to cast doubt on how accurate the claim really is. The Leachville Police Department in Arkansas said customers should always wipe their ...

Forbes
What Air Pollution Can Do To Your Bones And Osteoporosis
Forbes
For the two studies, a team of researchers from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, New England Research Institute, Northwestern University, the Columbia Mailman School of Public Health, and other institutions showed how you may literally ...

The Mercury News
Ketones: Secret weapons in fitness and the fight against fat?
The Mercury News
If you've been hearing all the chatter about the latest health and fitness fad, you may well be wondering what all the fuss is about ketones. From diets to supplements, there are a lot of different ways to “go keto.” The ketogenic diet, which was first ...

Deccan Chronicle
Women with anorexia or obesity issues at increased risk of depression
Deccan Chronicle
Low levels of a 'feel good' steroid increase a woman's chances of developing a mental health issue. Being overweight or too thin increases a woman's chances of developing depression. (Photo: AP). Washington: Women who suffer from anorexia as well as ...

Newsday
LI doctor leads study of Type 1 diabetes' effects on the brain
Newsday
Dr. Alan M. Jacobson of NYU Winthrop, with $4.2M grant, is coordinating a research team to look for key predictors of cognitive impairments. Dr. Alan M. Jacobson, chief research officer at NYU Winthrop Hospital in Mineola, on Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017.

Gephardt Daily
Bystander CPR in Public More Likely for Men Than for Women
Medscape
ANAHEIM, CA — Men are significantly more likely than women to receive bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) after an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA)—at least in public, new research suggests. The retrospective cohort study of more than ...

Zoram Observer
Electronic Cigarettes: Students and the Vaping Life
Zoram Observer
Adult life can be a never ending stressful affair, but students experience just as much due to varying levels of study workloads. High school students and those in college need to juggle an academic life with having a life outside of school. The hectic ...

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