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WDSU New Orleans
Video showing parents witness their baby hear for first time goes viral
WDSU New Orleans
A video posted on social media of Texas parents Anna and Will Esler, and their daughter Ayla, showing the baby hearing for the first time went viral in mid-June. According to an interview with Cook Children's Health Care System — a Fort Worth-based ...

Atlanta Journal Constitution
3-year-old cancer survivor serves as flower girl in bone marrow donor's wedding
Atlanta Journal Constitution
A toddler who survived cancer honored her bone marrow donor in a special way -- by serving as flower girl in her wedding last month. Skye Savren-McCormick, 3, proudly tossed flowers down the aisle for the bride, 26-year-old Hayden Hatfield Ryals.

CNN
You're probably washing your hands all wrong, study says
CNN
(CNN) Hand-washing seems pretty simple, but a recent study shows that 97% of the time, we're still doing it wrong -- which can lead to contamination of food and surfaces and result in foodborne illness. The study from the US Department of Agriculture ...

CNN
Artificial ovary could help young cancer patients preserve fertility
CNN
(CNN) An artificial ovary -- the female sex organ that produces eggs -- may soon be achievable, say Danish researchers who have engineered a "scaffold" on which early-stage cells can develop into functional ovarian follicles, the small fluid-filled ...

KARE11.com
Opioid epidemic: New laws restricting prescriptions go into effect in three states
KARE11.com
New state laws in Michigan, Florida and Tennessee will limit greatly the amount of opioids that doctors are allowed to prescribe patients. Beginning July 1, Michigan doctors will be prohibited from prescribing more than a seven-day supply of opioid ...

10,000 Couples
Arizona canal identified as source of deadly E. coli outbreak in lettuce
SFGate
The strain of E. coli bacteria that contaminated romaine lettuce and was tied to the deaths of five people was found in a tainted irrigation canal in Arizona, federal officials said Thursday. The outbreak appeared to be over, more than three months ...

myfox8.com
Air pollution linked to 3.2 million new diabetes cases in one year
myfox8.com
Levels of air pollution well below what is considered safe by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the World Health Organization are causing an increased risk of diabetes worldwide, according to a study published Friday in the journal Lancet ...

The Verge
Here's what's next now that the FDA has approved a cannabis drug for seizures
The Verge
The US Food and Drug Administration approved the first cannabis-derived drug this week, but it can't be sold until the Drug Enforcement Administration changes how it classifies the specific compound used. So what's next? Epidiolex treats serious forms ...

Daily Mail
Cabin crew have a higher risk of ALL cancers: Harvard study finds radiation exposure and permanent jet lag undo all ...
Daily Mail
Air hosts live better than the general population, with lower rates of obesity and smoking and a better diet; But data show their cancer risk is higher, perhaps due to radiation and body clock changes; Male flight attendants had higher risks of all ...

The Inquisitr
Jahi McMath, Declared Brain Dead After Tonsil Removal 5 Years Ago, Passed Away
The Inquisitr
Jahi McMath and her mother Nailah Winkfield have fueled the medical versus religious debate over whether someone who is brain dead is actually dead for the past fives years. Unfortunately, Jahi passed away following a surgical procedure on June 22.

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