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Washington Post
A soldier needed an ear transplant. Doctors 'grew' a new one in her arm.
Washington Post
Two years ago, Army Pvt. Shamika Burrage almost died when she was ejected from her car during a crash in Texas. Afterward, when she woke up in the hospital, she wasn't whole. Her entire left ear was gone. But the now-21-year-old is on the path to ...

NBCNews.com
Major depression on the rise among everyone, new data shows
NBCNews.com
Major depression is on the rise among Americans from all age groups, but is rising fastest among teens and young adults, new health insurance data shows. Depression rates also vary a lot state by state, with Rhode Island having the highest rate of ...

Boston Herald
Child diagnosed with illness, prompts day care closure
Boston Herald
Health officials confirmed a case of typhoid fever at a Quincy day care yesterday — a particularly dangerous disease for children that can lead to alarmingly high fevers and, sometimes, death. “It is a serious infectious disease that can be deadly if ...

CBS News
Consumer Reports reveals top-rated sunscreens of 2018
CBS News
As the weather finally warms up, Consumer Reports has released its annual report on the best sunscreens to protect you and your family this summer. The report rated 73 lotions, sprays, and sticks for effectiveness and accuracy of SPF labeling. SPF, or ...

NPR
When Cancer Patients Ask About Weed, Many Doctors Say Go For It
NPR
Thirty U.S. states have enacted medical cannabis laws, and all but one of them include cancer in the list of conditions allowed. Such laws give cancer patients across the country access to a substance that remains illegal under federal law. Anecdotal ...

Press Herald
Ticks that carry Lyme disease surviving even deep-freeze winters, research shows
Press Herald
Charles Lubelczyk, a field biologist with Maine Medical Center Research Institute in Scarborough collects ticks Monday at a site in Cape Elizabeth. Lubelczyk drags a textured cloth over the ground to pick up ticks. Staff photo by John Ewing. Mainers ...

Live Science
Why Are People Still Getting Sick from the E. Coli Romaine Outbreak?
Live Science
The E. coli outbreak tied to romaine lettuce seems to keep getting bigger: Just this past week, an additional 28 illnesses tied to the outbreak were reported, bringing the total to 149 cases in 29 states, according to the Centers for Disease Control ...

CBS News
Third-hand smoke may be lurking in nonsmoking areas, study finds
CBS News
Harmful cigarette smoke residue may be lurking in rooms where no one has ever lit up, researchers report. In a new study, scientists from Drexel University in Philadelphia found that in an empty, nonsmoking classroom, nearly 30 percent of the tiny ...

News-Medical.net
Early time-restricted feeding improves blood sugar control, blood pressure, study shows
News-Medical.net
A new pilot study conducted by UAB Department of Nutrition Sciences Assistant Professor Courtney Peterson, Ph.D., shows that eating early in the daytime and fasting for the rest of the day improves blood sugar control, blood pressure and oxidative ...

Washington Post
Exotic pet trade linked to invasive fungus that's killing frogs globally
Washington Post
Professor Matthew Fisher went deep into the gloomy rain forest of French Guiana to catch poison dart frogs on behalf of science. It was slippery, soggy, vaguely reptilian work. Fisher, whose work uniform was a pair of shorts, discovered that the best ...

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