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CBS News
CDC says romaine lettuce likely source of E. coli outbreak
CBS News
Last Updated Apr 13, 2018 5:07 PM EDT. Health officials say chopped romaine lettuce from the Yuma, Arizona growing region is the likely source of the current E. coli outbreak that has now sickened people in 11 states, and they're warning consumers ...

Los Angeles Times
Too much sitting may thin the part of your brain that's important for memory, study suggests
Los Angeles Times
If you want to take a good stroll down memory lane, new research suggests you'd better get out of that chair more often. In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers have found that in people middle-aged and older, a brain structure that is key to ...

Washington Post
'Moderate' drinking guidelines are too loose, study says
Washington Post
A sweeping international study of alcohol consumption has found no overall health benefits from moderate drinking and calls into question the U.S. guidelines that say men can safely drink twice as much as women. The threshold for low-risk drinking, the ...

CBS Denver
First FDA-Approved Drug Made From Cannabis Can't Be Sold In Colorado
CBS Denver
By Shaun Boyd. DENVER (CBS4)– The first FDA-approved prescription drug made from pure cannabis is expected to hit the market in the next couple months and, unless lawmakers act, Colorado may be the only state that can't sell it. The drug may be the ...

USA TODAY
Healing process after breast cancer surgery may trigger cancer to spread, study says
USA TODAY
Doctors have long wondered why breast cancer patients are more likely to see their cancer spread within the first 18 months after a lumpectomy or mastectomy. A new study suggests the wound healing that follows surgery may trigger this spread. As the ...

Newsweek
Vaccine Could Stop Peanut Allergies By Changing How Immune System Reacts
Newsweek
A vaccine is currently in development that might one day lead to a cure for the peanut allergy. Researchers at the University of Michigan have developed a nasal spray that, when administered monthly, prevents mice from having allergic reactions to ...

CBS News
Bad news for night owls: Late risers may die sooner, study finds
CBS News
People who stay up late and have to drag themselves out of bed are likelier to die younger than those who rise and set with the sun, according to new research. A study of nearly half a million people in Britain found that night owls had a 10 percent ...

MLive.com
Salmonella linked to kratom sickens 3 in Michigan
MLive.com
In this Sept. 27, 2017, file photo, kratom capsules are displayed in Albany, N.Y. U.S. health authorities are ordering a Las Vegas company to pull its herbal supplements off the market because some of its products tested positive for salmonella, part ...

The Philadelphia Tribune
In opioid epidemic, some cities strain to afford OD antidote
The Philadelphia Tribune
BALTIMORE — On a Baltimore street corner, public health workers hand out a life-saving overdose antidote to residents painfully familiar with the ravages of America's opioid epidemic. But the training wraps up quickly; all the naloxone inhalers are ...

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Trump administration tells addiction doctors: medicine is now the 'standard' for opioid care
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
SAN DIEGO - The Trump administration is throwing its full support behind the use of medicines to treat people with opioid problems, and is opposing increasing tolerance of marijuana use by young people in part because that can lead to painkiller abuse ...

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