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Fox News
North Dakota woman dies from hantavirus after possible contact with rodent droppings
Fox News
A North Dakota woman has died from hantavirus after possibly coming into contact with rodent droppings or urine. The woman, who was not identified by name or age in a news release, was living in the northeast portion of North Dakota. Her death marks ...

Newsline
Greater Boston raised to high risk after fourth case of West Nile virus confirmed
The Boston Globe
Nearly a dozen Boston-area communities are now listed at high risk for West Nile virus after a fourth case of the mosquito-borne virus was discovered, the state Department of Public Health announced Monday. The infected person is a woman in her 50s ...

Live Science
Scientists Find a Strange New Cell in Human Brains: The 'Rosehip Neuron'
Live Science
Neuroscientists have made a rosy discovery: a new type of human brain cell. The newest neuron has been named the "rosehip neuron," thanks to its bushy appearance. The brain cell, with its unique genes, distinctive shape and diverse connections with ...

NPR
Critics Trying To Stop A Big Study Of Sepsis Say The Research Puts Patients At Risk
NPR
A consumer advocacy organization is asking federal health officials Tuesday to halt a large medical study being conducted at major universities nationwide. Public Citizen says that the study, involving treatment for sepsis, puts patients at risk and ...

Gizmodo
A Genetic Study Using 23andMe Data Finds Link Between Schizophrenia and Cannabis Use
Gizmodo
There's evidence of a connection between cannabis use and schizophrenia, but it's unclear whether the drug leads to the disorder, or vice versa. A new study published Monday, which relies partly on genetic data from 23andMe volunteers, might offer a ...

11Alive.com WXIA
Shocking trend: Pet owners abuse their own animals to get drugs
11Alive.com WXIA
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Some people, desperate for drugs, injure their own pets to get narcotics from their veterinarian, DEA officials warned doctors. One case that garnered international attention: A Kentucky woman used her husband's disposable razor ...

U.S. News & World Report
Fighting the Cancer That Killed John McCain
U.S. News & World Report
Sen. John McCain withstood beatings and torture as a prisoner of war, but he was confronted with an enemy in July 2017 that he was ultimately unable to overcome. An aggressive and deadly brain cancer known as glioblastoma, or GBM, took McCain's life ...

New York Times
How Much Alcohol Is Safe to Drink? None, Say These Researchers
New York Times
Just one alcoholic drink a day slightly increases an individual's risk for health problems, according to a large new study. No level of alcohol consumption conferred any health benefits, the authors also concluded — a finding that runs contrary to ...

Sun Sentinel
Blood-sucking 'kissing bugs' heading to Florida. Here's what you can do to minimize risk.
Sun Sentinel
Blood sucking insects known as “kissing bugs” are migrating to the southern United States, including Florida. The triatomine bugs, which can cause health issues such as heart failure or sudden death, have been moving into the state and causing ...

Gizmodo
Doomed 19th-Century Arctic Expedition Wasn't Brought Down by Lead Poisoning, Study Finds
Gizmodo
The Franklin Expedition, a 19th-century mission to chart a fabled northwest passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific ocean, ended in the deaths of all 128 crewmen. A prevailing theory suggests lead poisoning was a major contributor to the sailors ...

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