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Forbes
Guess What Is In Your Poop: Plastic, Suggests A Study
Forbes
Look at how many plastic bottles are in the River Taff in Treforest, United Kingdom. (Photo by Matthew Horwood/Getty Images). You may not be pooping bricks right now, but you may be pooping plastic. A study presented at the 26th United European ...

New York Daily News
Mysterious 'polio-like' illness AFM is likely more widespread than reported, experts say
New York Daily News
A “polio-like” condition that has left children in 22 states paralyzed may be more widespread than previously announced due to inadequate testing protocols and voluntary reporting requirements, experts say. The Centers for Disease Control and ...

Elite Daily
Self-Lubricating Condoms Are Here, & This Is How They'll Change The Way You Have Sex
Elite Daily
Condoms are awesome. They're inexpensive, convenient, and they protect against both pregnancy and STIs. This means that by using them regularly, you get to relax, be in the moment, and enjoy having hot, safe sex. Despite that, some folks just don't ...

Gizmodo
Demand for Chocolate Labs Is Making Them Sick and Prone to Early Death
Gizmodo
New research shows that chocolate Labrador retrievers are more likely to experience health problems and die younger compared to their black and yellow canine compatriots. A likely reason, say scientists, is a tightening genetic bottleneck caused by ...

Los Angeles Times
Can organic food help you reduce your risk of cancer? A new study suggests the answer may be yes
Los Angeles Times
To reduce your risk of cancer, you know you should quit smoking, exercise regularly, wear sunscreen, and take advantage of screening tests. New research suggests another item might be added to this list: Choose organic foods over conventional ones.

Syracuse.com
Recovering drug addict saves man's life at Destiny USA after taking Narcan training
Syracuse.com
Emily Moore, 30, of Fayetteville, sits in the food court at Destiny USA in Syracuse near where she administered Narcan and saved a man's life. ACR Health provides free training and access to Narcan to everyone.Provided photo. SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Emily ...

Boston.com
What to know about the 2018-2019 flu season in Massachusetts
Boston.com
It's that time of year again. Flu season, like the wintry temperatures, is upon us. The latest weekly flu report from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health says the rates of “flu-like illness” have increased just slightly in the state so far in ...

CBS News
Not exercising may be even more deadly than smoking, diabetes, heart disease, study finds
CBS News
Just how important is exercise if you want to live a healthy, longer life? New research finds not exercising or getting very little exercise is just as bad as many other known risk factors associated with death, including high blood pressure, diabetes ...

Fox News
University of Kansas Cancer Center seeks return of giant inflatable colon
Fox News
Raw Video: The University of Kansas Cancer Center asks general public for help in recovering inflatable colon. The inflatable colon which teaches the dangers of colon cancer is valued at $4,000. The University of Kansas Cancer Center sought the return ...

TBO.com
Pinellas reports a concerning rise in Hepatitis A. Officials urge vaccination.
TBO.com
Health department officials across Tampa Bay are encouraging residents to get vaccinated against hepatitis A, which is on the rise. As of this week, 58 cases of the virus have been reported in Pinellas this year, including a jump of 10 cases from ...

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