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Rescue team rushes to help ailing orca spotted off Canada
Peninsula Daily News
SEATTLE — Teams of whale experts Thursday were racing out to sea to help an ailing young orca, but they didn't plan to intervene to help a mother orca in the same critically endangered pod that has been pushing the body of her dead calf for more than ...

Los Angeles Times
Coroner sent letters to doctors whose patients died of opioid overdoses. Doctors' habits quickly changed
Los Angeles Times
Addressed directly to the doctor, the letter arrived in a plain business envelope with a return address of the San Diego County medical examiner's office. Its contents were intended, ever so carefully, to focus the physician on a national epidemic of ...

Is your underwear helping or hurting your chances of becoming a father?
(CNN) Appearance aside, boxers may be the optimal underwear for men aiming to be fathers. Men who wear looser-fit boxer shorts have higher sperm concentration than men squeezed into tight underwear, a new study published Wednesday in the journal ...
West Nile found in area towns
Worcester Telegram
As of Wednesday, Aug. 8, West Nile Virus had been detected in Berlin, Boylston, Clinton, Lancaster and West Boylston, according to the Mass. Department of Public Health. There have been 104 mosquitoes in the state that have tested positive for the ...

The Bureau of Investigative Journalism
Scourge of superbugs killing Malawi's babies
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism
We tell the stories that matter. To help defend quality reporting and spark change, please support the Bureau. Donate now. Published August 8 2018. By Madlen Davies · Share on Twitter · Share on Facebook. Share the URL. Send via Email. This story was ...

Blue light from smartphones can make you go blind, scientists warn
Scientists have found shocking evidence which could prove blue light from smartphones, laptops and other digital devices damages vision and can speed up blindness. Research by the University of Toledo in the US has revealed that prolonged exposure to ...

Magnoliareporter : State trying to stem possible hep A outbreak in Fort Smith
FORT SMITH – The Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) has scheduled two hepatitis A (hep A) vaccination clinics this week after an employee of the Red Lobster at 7401 Rogers Ave. in Fort Smith tested positive for the hep A virus, resulting in possible ...

Medical Xpress
New 3D-printed device could help treat spinal cord injuries
Medical Xpress
Engineers and medical researchers at the University of Minnesota have teamed up to create a groundbreaking 3-D-printed device that could someday help patients with long-term spinal cord injuries regain some function. A 3-D-printed guide, made of ...

CBS Chicago
Juul And The Vape Debate: Choosing Between Smokers And Teens
CBS Chicago
(CNN) — The year was 2004, and James Monsees and Adam Bowen couldn't stop taking smoking breaks during a brainstorming session for their joint master's thesis at Stanford University's design school. It was during one of these breaks that they decided: ...

The Boston Globe
MIT researchers think they may have found region of the brain connected to pessimism
The Boston Globe
Researchers at MIT say they believe they've found a region of the brain that can generate a pessimistic mood. They say that if they stimulate this region, the caudate nucleus, with an electrical current, in test animals, the animals will give far more ...

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