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Gizmodo
Nobel Prize for Medicine Awarded to Researchers Who Harnessed the Immune System to Fight Cancer
Gizmodo
The 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine has been jointly awarded to a pair of immunologists for devising an effective new class of cancer therapy that unshackles the body's immune system. Congratulations to James P. Allison, professor at the ...

Fortune
Rare, Brain-Eating Amoeba Kills Man Who Visited Texas, Is Also Found in Louisiana Water System
Fortune
Naegleria fowleri is a deadly brain-eating amoeba—and not the kind of thing you want to come in contact with. Two recent incidents have exposed people to the terrifying microbe, one leading to the death of a 29-year-old a New Jersey man. The stir ...

Fox News
Former Playboy model with brain tumor forgoes chemo for CBD: report
Fox News
Former Playboy model Kerri Parker said she's refused chemotherapy to treat her brain cancer, and is reportedly using cannabis oil instead. (Getty Images). A former Playboy model who was diagnosed with brain cancer has refused chemotherapy as treatment ...

Chattanooga Times Free Press
Clif Cleaveland: Addressing the deadly epidemic of binge drinking
Chattanooga Times Free Press
Binge drinking represents a conscious effort to consume multiple alcoholic beverages within a short period of time with the goal of intoxication. Sometimes, the goal is a euphoric state. Some drinkers imbibe to unconsciousness. For statistical purposes ...

NPR
Think You Don't Need A Flu Shot? Here Are 5 Reasons To Change Your Mind
NPR
There are a lot of misconceptions out there about the flu shot. But following a winter in which more than 80,000 people died from flu-related illnesses in the U.S. — the highest death toll in more than 40 years — infectious disease experts are ...

Newsday
Survivors kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Newsday
Some 25 years after they launched what turned into a major breast cancer awareness program on Long Island, two leading advocates said Monday the movement has made great strides, but more needs to be done. Geri Barish and Lorraine Pace said the ...

fox2now.com
Is fasting the fountain of youth?
fox2now.com
For the past year and a half, Keith Taylor and his wife have adopted a lifestyle that includes fasting on a regular basis. “For six days per week we don't eat until around 5 pm, but eat as much as we want and whatever we want from 5 pm until we go to bed.

KSL.com
Heroin deaths drop in Utah for first time in 7 years
KSL.com
SALT LAKE CITY — For the first time in seven years, heroin overdose deaths decreased in Utah in 2017, state leaders said Monday. According to the state's calculations, there were 159 fatal overdoses connected to heroin in 2017, a 14.5 percent decrease ...

The Daily Tar Heel
Wastewater overflow due to Florence causes health and environmental concerns
The Daily Tar Heel
Buy Photos Two cars left stranded by rising floodwaters on the corner of New Centre Dr. and College Rd. on Saturday, September 15th in Wilmington, NC. Storm surge and continuous rainfall due to hurricane Florence are widespread across the Cape Fear ...

KPRC Click2Houston
Health officials worry as African swine fever spreads in Europe, Asia
KPRC Click2Houston
(CNN) - Global health officials are preparing for African swine fever, which has been spreading in pigs across borders since 2014, reaching Western Europe last week. Humans are suspected to have caused the recent spread to Belgium, where eight cases ...

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