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Sugar crash kills girl at sleepover
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A Pennsylvania community is mourning the death of a 10-year-old girl who was discovered unresponsive at a sleepover on Sunday morning. Sophia Daugherty, a fifth-grader in New Castle, was a Type 1 diabetic, and her family said she suffered an extreme ...
Doctors find turtle inside woman's vagina after having pain
The ex-pat was taken to hospital in Tenerife, Spain after experiencing severe abdominal pains. Here doctors made the shocking discovery. Related Items. Why women are paying thousands for genital surgery · Inside the 'grey area' world of body modification.
Pets, If You Are On These Flea And Tick Medications, Beware Of Seizures
Fleas and ticks can get on your pet's nerves. But apparently so can some medications to get rid of these pests. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning that medications in the isoxazoline class such as Bravecto, Credelio ...
West Nile virus blamed for two human deaths in Pa.: Report
This Pennsylvania's West Nile Control Program map detailing hot zones for West Nile virus-infected mosquitoes last updated on Aug. 14 indicates much of southcentral Pennsylvania is at high risk. Comment. By Jan Murphy · email@example.com.
Weight loss diet, what are negative calorie foods and why they matter
If you struggling to lose weight, then apart from eating right and exercising, you can opt for negative calorie foods. These are foods that can be eaten guilt-free as they are low in calories and digesting these foods burns more calories than they contain.
Woman's swollen pinky finger was rare sign of tuberculosis, UCSF doctors say
A woman who received treatment for a swollen pinky at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center was discovered to be infected with the same bacteria that causes tuberculosis. According a report published in the New England Journal of ...
In 1960, about a half-million teens took a test. Now it could predict the risk of Alzheimer's disease.
In 1960, Joan Levin, 15, took a test that turned out to be the largest survey of American teenagers ever conducted. It took two-and-a-half days to administer and included 440,000 students from 1,353 public, private and parochial high schools across the ...
New law impacts Tennessee deer hunting
Local resident Hal Mills, who frequently hunts with his son, Rick, in Tennessee, said they will make the adjustment this deer season now that an Alabama law prohibits bringing a carcass killed in Tennessee back into Alabama without first being processed.
Is the Low-Carb Diet the Best for Your Health?
A new study suggested that those who consume fewer carbohydrates may increase their risk of premature death – if they only eat meat and cheese and not nuts and vegetables, too. It's true, cutting carbs can be beneficial, as they help in losing weights ...
Puppies are making people sick — and it's people's fault
Antibiotic-resistant bacteria that have infected more than 100 people and that have been linked to pet store puppies appear to have spread at least in part because healthy dogs were given antibiotics — a decision that all but surely fostered ...