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NPR
Jump In Overdoses Shows Opioid Epidemic Has Worsened
NPR
There's more bad news about the nation's devastating opioid epidemic. In just one year, overdoses from opioids jumped by about 30 percent, according to a report released Tuesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The overall increase in ...

NPR
Opioids Don't Beat Other Medications For Chronic Pain
NPR
A few years ago, Renea Molden's doctors told her they wanted to take her off her opioid pills. "I was mad, I'll be honest. I was mad. I was frustrated," she says. Molden, of Kansas City, Mo., is 40 and struggles with chronic pain because of ...

New York Times
FDA Approves First Home Testing for 3 Breast Cancer Mutations, With Caveats
New York Times
The Food and Drug Administration for the first time has authorized a genetic testing company to offer screenings for three breast cancer mutations common in Ashkenazi Jews, giving consumers the ability to initiate testing at home and see results ...

NBCNews.com
Teens inhale cancer-causing chemicals in e-cigarettes
NBCNews.com
Smoking e-cigarettes delivers cancer-causing chemicals that get into the body — and popular fruity flavors appear to be the worst, researchers reported Monday. They said teenagers who try vaping may be poisoning themselves with many of the same ...

The Denver Channel
Denver resident diagnosed with rare hantavirus
The Denver Channel
DENVER – A rare and potentially fatal virus first recognized just over two decades ago has shown up in Denver recently. Denver health officials announced Tuesday that a resident of the city was recently diagnosed with hantavirus. It's the second case ...

New York Times
The Cells That Eat, Regurgitate and Eat Your Tattoos Again
New York Times
We think of tattoos as fixed adornments. Plunge ink deep enough into the skin and there it will sit, suspended in subterranean connective tissue forever. But what if I told you that tattoos are actually maintained by an ever-changing process — one in ...

The Boston Globe
State health officials endorse Beth Israel-Lahey merger
The Boston Globe
Staff at the Department of Public Health said in a report Monday that the Beth Israel-Lahey merger is likely to improve health outcomes and quality of life for patients. By Priyanka Dayal McCluskey Globe Staff March 06, 2018. Massachusetts health ...

NPR
What You Might Not Realize About The Benefits Of Hand-Washing
NPR
OK, so maybe you're one of those people who don't wash their hands even after going to the bathroom because your dad never did and he never got sick. Or you think a three-second hand scrub is more than enough. Or you squirt on some hand-sanitizer and ...

Bradenton Herald
Police: Ex-Sarasota physician defrauds man with false cancer diagnosis
Tampabay.com
A former Sarasota physician was arrested on allegations that he defrauded a man out of thousands by falsely diagnosing him with prostate cancer and then trying to cure him, according to Sarasota police. Ronald Wheeler, 71, turned himself in to the ...

Seeker
Genetic Hack Makes Plants Use 25 Percent Less Water
Seeker
The planet will face a 40 percent water deficit if global warming continues at its current pace, according to the United Nations, highlighting the importance of efficient agricultural practices. By AFP. Published On 03/06/2018. 5:48 PM EST. Share on ...

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