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Live Science
Scientists Warn BPA-Free Plastic May Not Be Safe
Live Science
The "BPA-free" labels on plastic bottles serve as a reassurance that the product is safe to drink out of. But new research adds onto growing evidence that BPA-free alternatives may not be as safe as consumers think. Researchers found that in mice, BPA ...

Horse owners advised to vaccinate against West Nile
Lockport Union-Sun & Journal
ALBANY (AP) – State agriculture officials are advising horse owners in New York to vaccinate their horses against West Nile virus. The Department of Agriculture and Markets says there have been four confirmed equine cases of the mosquito-borne ...

New York Times
A Boy Named Chance in a Land Without Heart Surgeons
New York Times
Times Insider delivers behind-the-scenes insights into how news, features and opinion come together at The New York Times. At 16, Chance Mwunguzi had been sick for years, and his mother, a teacher, had done everything in her power to get him help, ...

Researches On Voodoo Dolls And Roller Coaster For Kidney Stones Among Winners Of 2018 Ig Nobel Prize
Tech Times
The winners of the 2018 Ig Nobel Prize have been awarded at the 28th First Annual Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony. The researches ranged from the mildly amusing to genuinely bewildering. 'Laugh Then Think'. What makes scientific curiosity great? A researcher ...

FDA Findings Show Yet Another Impurity In Heart Drug Valsartan
Tech Times
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has found more "unexpected impurity" in several pills that contain the recalled valsartan drug. Valsartan is a common ingredient in medication for people who experience high blood pressure and heart failure ...

Texarkana Gazette
Youth Vaping: FDA cracking down on e-cigarette use by teenagers
Texarkana Gazette
Smoking, once common across the U.S., is now down to less than 20 percent of the population. Gone are the days when smoking was a rite of passage into adulthood. Thankfully, most young folks never pick up that first cigarette. Others who did acquire ...

Casper Star-Tribune Online
Game and Fish prepares for in-depth talks about chronic wasting disease and the future of Wyoming wildlife
Casper Star-Tribune Online
As an always-fatal neurological disease in elk and deer marches its way ever closer to Wyoming's elk feed grounds, it's time for wildlife managers and the public to have a serious conversation, said Wyoming Game and Fish Director Scott Talbott. Chronic ...
Study ties household chemicals to kidney harm
These manufactured chemicals, called per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, are not biodegradable. People are exposed to them through contaminated soil, food, water and air. "The kidneys are very sensitive organs, particularly when it comes to ...

The Irish Sun
The Scally Report opens 'can of worms' around misogyny in the Irish health system, says Labour TD
The Irish Sun
THE Scally Report has “opened a can of worms” around the culture of misogyny in the Irish health system, it has been claimed. Labour TD Alan Kelly has called for a forum to discuss the “disgusting” and “disgraceful” behaviour of some of Ireland's ...

Number of new heroin users drops dramatically, but meth, marijuana use up, survey says
Far fewer people in the United States started using heroin last year, but the decline among young new 18- to 25-year-old heroin users was almost imperceptible – and that age group saw a big jump in methamphetamine and marijuana use, a new survey finds ...

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