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International Business Times
Condom-Snorting Challenge: Things To Know About The Latest Social Media Fad
International Business Times
Following the “Mannequin Challenge” and the “Tide Pod Challenge,” the new social media craze among youngsters is the “Condom-snorting Challenge.” The increasingly popular trend puts young people at risk of choking and other hazards. In the challenge, a ...

Chicago Tribune
1 dead as outbreak related to synthetic pot use hits 38 people in Illinois
Chicago Tribune
Because makers often change the formulas of their products, it is difficult to know what chemicals synthetic cannabinoids contain or what a user's reaction will be. Elvia MalagonContact ReporterChicago Tribune. At least one person has died in Illinois ...

New Scientist
Estonia to give genetic testing and advice to 100000 residents
New Scientist
The Estonian government plans to provide free DNA-based lifestyle advice for 100,000 of its 1.3 million residents. It will be the first nation to provide a state-sponsored personal genetic information service – but some have warned that this might ...

Westword
Reader: Kratom Saved My Life From a Heroin Addiction
Westword
The debate over kratom's effectiveness continues. After Denver banned the herbal substance, supporters came out in droves to advocate for the plant that some say can ween people off opioids. Others claim that it is an addictive, overhyped substance ...

Fox News
Teen left severely disabled after swallowing slug looks to family, friends for support
Fox News
Sam Ballard (right) now needs 24/7 care from his mother Katie (left) and family after swallowing a garden slug as a dare and developing eosinophilic meningoencephalitis. They are in debt after the Australian government slashed funding. (News Corp ...

Daily Bruin
Campus Queries: How can we stick to our weight-loss oriented New Year's resolutions?
Daily Bruin
Fifty percent of New Year's resolutions fail by spring, according to a study by Statistic Brain Research Institute. The Daily Bruin spoke with researchers at UCLA to find out research-based ways to stick to your New Year's resolutions. “Losing weight ...

FOX43.com
Lancaster County woman calling all hockey fans for a kidney
FOX43.com
WEST HEMPFIELD TOWNSHIP, LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. -- A Lancaster County woman is looking for someone who can save her life. 30-year-old Kelly Sowatsky has been sick for the past two years. She`s looking for a second chance at life and is calling all ...

KSDK.com
Parents, doctors hope 'Light It Up Blue' will bring autism awareness
KSDK.com
"Knowing that this is your job now, you're the advocate and you have to do everything to make sure your child's life is easier," says Lisa Litvag, whose son has autism. Author: Christina Coleman. Published: 11:17 PM CDT April 1, 2018. Updated: 11:19 PM ...
Illinois officials to address lack of nurses specializing in sexual assault care
Northwest Herald
CHICAGO – The Illinois Attorney General's Office is working with state lawmakers to draft legislation that would require hospitals to have a specially trained medical provider available to examine a sexual assault victim. Of the more than 196,000 ...

New York Times
Devices to Quit Smoking Become the Devices Teenagers Can't Quit
New York Times
The student had been caught vaping in school three times before he sat in the vice principal's office at Cape Elizabeth High School in Maine this winter and shamefacedly admitted what by then was obvious. “I can't stop,” he told the vice principal ...

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