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WSB Atlanta
America is on a binge -- 17.5 billion drinks worth: Study
WSB Atlanta
Excessive drinking can kill you -- and claims the lives of an estimated 88,000 Americans per year, according to a first-of-its-kind study. That's 1 in 10 deaths in working-age adults -- and more than half are related to binge drinking. If you find this ...

Duluth News Tribune
Doctors said to let a teen's sinus infection 'run its course,' family says. Weeks later, he died.
Duluth News Tribune
The video showed 13-year-old Marquel Brumley bundled up in a hooded coat, sluggish and slumped in his seat. He was holding somebody's hand, then loosened his grip and let go. "Get well brother," read a caption on the video, which his sister posted on ...

Columbia Daily Tribune
Abortions are safe but barriers reduce quality of care
Columbia Daily Tribune
WASHINGTON — Abortions in the U.S. are very safe but getting one without facing delays and false medical information depends on where women live, says a broad examination of the nation's abortion services. Friday's report from the National Academies ...

WSAZ-TV
Portland business recalls kratom powder linked to salmonella
The Columbian
Two Clark County residents are among the nearly 90 people sickened by salmonella bacteria in a national outbreak linked to kratom. State and federal health officials recommend people not consume kratom — a plant consumed for its stimulant effects and ...

BBC News
More evidence essential oils 'make male breasts develop'
BBC News
A suspected link between abnormal breast growth in young boys and the use of lavender and tea tree oils has been given new weight, after a study found eight chemicals contained in the oils interfere with hormones. Gynaecomastia is rare, and there is ...

Baltimore Sun
Baltimore's medical students celebrate years of hard work at Match Day
Baltimore Sun
Medical student from Johns Hopkins and University of Maryland learn where they will do their residencies during the annual right of passage known as Match Day. Andrea K. McDanielsContact ReporterThe Baltimore Sun. Rebka Tekeste and her husband planned ...

USA TODAY
Measles patient treated, isolated after Memphis arrival
USA TODAY
More cases of the disease are being reported from airports in Detroit, Newark and Memphis. Here is what you should know about measles and how to tell if you're protected. USA TODAY. AP VACCINES CALIFORNIA A MED FILE USA CA. A 1-year-old boy is given ...

WTSP 10 News
Coyote attacks child as she was going into her house: sheriff
WTSP 10 News
The child's mother was able to get the coyote to stop the attack on the girl. The 9-year-old girl was bitten several times by the animal. Author: WFMY News 2 Digital, Alma McCarty. Published: 4:02 PM EDT March 17, 2018. Updated: 5:26 PM EDT March 17 ...

KSL.com
Dementia study links your risk with your fitness level
KSL.com
ATLANTA (CNN) — Your stamina — or the time it takes for you to reach peak exhaustion during exercise — can be tied to your dementia risk, and a new study reveals how. The study, published Wednesday in the medical journal Neurology, found that women ...

Week Facts
Medical school students leaving Louisiana for budget cuts
Week Facts
LSU Health New Orleans declared Friday that 89 of its 193 graduating medical students, or 46 percent, chose to stay in Louisiana for their residency programs. That is down from 49 percent a year ago and 64 percent six years prior. “The uneasiness our ...

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