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Washington Post
A boy's basketball-size tumor is slowly suffocating him. Doctors will attempt a risky removal.
Washington Post
Noel Zayas paraded his son to a never-ending carousel of Cuban doctors, but none of them would touch the boy. Emanuel Zayas's basketball-size facial tumor was too complex, they told his family. The surgery to remove it too risky. “I knocked on a lot of ...

Washington Post
Someone stole a child's parcel off his porch. It contained his kidney transplant medication.
Washington Post
When Austin Taylor turned 4, his father reminisced about the young life doctors said the boy would likely never have. “1,461. It may seem like an odd number to post on Facebook. But this number holds more meaning to our family then you realize. This is ...

Tech Times
Man Shares Heartbreaking Story Of Wife's Cancer Death, Urges Women To Take Smear Test
Tech Times
Elliot Lowe shared the photos of his wife before and after being diagnosed with stage 4 cancer. He shared his story on Facebook to express his heartache and to urge women to undergo cervical cancer screening. ( Elliot Lowe | Facebook ). A grieving ...

Forbes
Do You Have Video "Gaming Disorder", A Newly Recognized Mental Health Condition?
Forbes
At what point is video gaming no longer a game but a disorder? (Photo: Shutterstock). Who believes that playing video games can become a mental health disorder? Yes, the World Health Organization, that's WHO. "Gaming disorder" isn't a game or the name ...

Newsweek
Has The Mystery Of The Prostate Orgasm Been Solved?
Newsweek
An elderly man encountered so much stimulation from a pricey sex toy, it led him to have non-stop prostate orgasms. According to a recent review paper, the unnamed man induced the orgasm by using a butt plug—a toy specifically designed to be inserted ...

Observer
US Life Expectancy Drops for Second Year in a Row, Research Points to Opioids
Observer
Government researchers suspect the national opioid epidemic has played a major role in the latest decline of the life expectancy rate. Unsplash/Mathew Macquarrie. Life expectancy in the United States has fallen for the second year in a row, dropping ...

ABC News
Protect yourself from flu and illness this season
ABC News
Let's talk about something a little less pleasant. A health risk. Travel, parties, visits with the family. A perfect storm for getting sick. Flu cases are climbing. Check this out. Here's the latest happen from the CDC. Showing the levels of flu-like ...

The Indian Express
Harnessing sperm may help combat cervical cancer
The Indian Express
According to researchers say the sperm motors have the potential to one day treat cancer and other diseases in the female reproductive tract, such as the endometriosis or ectopic pregnancies much like cervical cancer. 0. Shares. Share. By: IANS ...

Toronto Star
It's Christmastime, and that means dogs are now at peak risk of chocolate poisoning
Reading Eagle
It may be the most wonderful time of the year for people, but it's a time of peak peril for our pets. Dogs, in particular, face a heightened risk of chocolate poisoning during the Christmas season. According to a new study, the risk is nearly five ...

Terre Haute Tribune Star
Cracking some holiday myths
Terre Haute Tribune Star
APHoliday blues: This file photo shows a Christmas wreath decorated with lights at the end of a dock at sunset on Linekin Bay in East Boothbay, Maine. Wintertime can trigger true but transient depression in some people, a condition sometimes called ...

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