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Washington Post
The Pentagon is studying an insect army to defend crops. Critics fear a bioweapon.
Washington Post
The Pentagon is studying whether insects can be enlisted to combat crop loss during agricultural emergencies. The bugs would carry genetically engineered viruses that could be deployed rapidly if critical crops such as corn or wheat became vulnerable ...

New York Post
Drunk birds cause havoc in Minnesota town
New York Post
Birds have been flying under the influence in Minnesota – smashing into windows and cars after getting sloshed on fermented berries, according to reports. Police have racked up half a dozen calls about the tipsy birds causing a ruckus in Gilbert, a ...

You Don't Have To Pass Out To Be Blackout Drunk
Sign up for the CommonHealth newsletter to receive a weekly digest of WBUR's best health, medicine and science coverage. Unless you've been blissfully unplugged, you must have come across the term "blackout" lately. And you may have thought it means ...

The Times
Taking vitamin D supplements may not improve bone health
(Reuters Health) - Vitamin D supplementation may not improve bone density or prevent fractures and falls in adults, a large new analysis suggests. After combining data from 81 randomized controlled trials, researchers found no bone benefits from ...
State: Georgia Woman Dies From West Nile Virus
U.S. News & World Report
ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia health officials say a Dunwoody woman in her 90s has died from West Nile Virus. DeKalb County District Health Director S. Elizabeth Ford confirmed Thursday that the woman's death is the first from the virus in the county this year.
This College Student Was Diagnosed with Breast Cancer 2 Months Before Graduation
Shape Magazine
While planning a post-graduation trip with college friends, Loyola University Chicago senior Anna Wassman was totally focused on saving for her trip — until she noticed a lump in her right breast that she had definitely not felt before. A former ...

U.S. News & World Report
Tech Breakthrough Offers Early Warning System for Heart Attacks
U.S. News & World Report
OXFORD, England (Reuters) - A new method of analyzing images from CT scans can predict which patients are at risk of a heart attack years before it occurs, researchers say. The technology, developed by teams at Oxford University and institutions in ...

Breast cancer: New campaign highlights importance of screenings, early detection
You may be seeing some familiar faces in your local newspapers this month. It's part of a unique awareness campaign by the American Cancer Society and the University of Chicago Medicine, highlighting those who are touched by breast cancer. This team ...
Recent Salmonella outbreaks have made hundreds ill
iStock/ThinkstockBY: DR. TAMBETTA OJONG. (NEW YORK) — At least 57 people in 16 states have been reported with Salmonella infections after consuming some of the more than 6.5 million pounds of contaminated beef produced by an Arizona company, ...
Chemical Fumes at a California Pool Made 19 People Sick. Here's How to Stay Safe from Chlorine Exposure
Although swimming season might be over in many parts of the country, at a Southern California pool this week, 19 kids and adults fell ill after exposure to pool chemicals. Twelve children and seven adults were taken to local hospitals Wednesday night ...

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