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New York Daily News
$37 million awarded to NJ couple in Johnson & Johnson baby powder cancer suit
New York Daily News
Johnson & Johnson was ordered to pay $37 million in the case of a man who said he got cancer from the company's baby powder, which he believes contained talc laced with asbestos. Banker Stephen Lanzo III was awarded $30 million in compensatory damages ...

New York Times
Naloxone Stops Opioid Overdoses. How Do You Use It?
New York Times
The United States surgeon general issued a rare national advisory on Thursday urging more Americans to carry naloxone, a drug used to revive people overdosing on opioids. The last time a surgeon general issued such an urgent warning to the country was ...

CNN
Vaping now an epidemic among US high schoolers
CNN
(CNN) A sharp spike in vaping and the use of e-cigarettes by students has grabbed the attention of the US Food and Drug Administration. The rapid spread of the fad was flagged in a 2016 report from the US surgeon general. It cited a 900% increase in e ...

Chicago Tribune
Rat poison likely to blame for deadly side effects of synthetic pot in Illinois
Chicago Tribune
Synthetic pot for years was sold under the guise of a cheaper alternative that allows users to dodge drug screenings. And while there have been rashes of hospitalizations nationwide involving those who've ingested fake weed, experts say they've never ...

CBS News
Doctors warn of "second wave" of the flu
CBS News
Though it may not feel like it everywhere yet, the calendar says spring is here. But that doesn't mean we're out of the woods when it comes to this year's nasty flu season, experts warn. Flu season peaked in February and the majority of the country has ...

NPR
Police In Northeast Ohio Investigating Reports Of 'Zombie-Like' Raccoons
NPR
Police in Youngstown, Ohio have received more than a dozen calls in the past three weeks about raccoons acting strangely. The state Department of Natural Resources says the animals were likely suffering from distemper, not rabies. The viral disease ...

UPI.com
Onset of kids' food allergies linked to infant wipes, genetics: study
UPI.com
Children's food allergies develop from a combination of genetics that alter skin absorbency, infant cleansing wipes that leave soap on the skin, skin exposure to allergens in dust and skin exposure to food by caregivers, according to a new study. Photo ...

CBS Denver
Families Coping With Autism Claim Medical Marijuana Is Lifesaver
CBS Denver
DENVER (CBS4)– A bill has passed a Colorado House committee that would legalize the use of medical marijuana for those with autism. Families that are already able to use it for that purpose say they have seen amazing results. The Walker family in ...

WBAY
Fox Valley sees increase in mental health care need for low income women
WBAY
MENASHA, Wis. (WBAY) - In a study by the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, mental illnesses in parents increase the risk of their children developing a mental illness. Person taking mental health assessment on clipboard. (WBAY photo ...

NPR
For Chronic Pain, A Change In Habits Can Beat Opioids For Relief
NPR
It took several months and a team of half a dozen doctors, nurses and therapists to help Kim Brown taper off the opioid painkillers she'd been on for two years. Brown, 57, had been taking the pills since a back injury in 2010. It wasn't until she met ...

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