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New York Daily News
FDA approves powerful opioid despite fears of more overdose deaths
New York Daily News
A new FDA-approved drug got the green light Friday despite objections from some of its own advisors that it could lead to illegal use and cause lethal overdoses. The 30-microgram pill form of sufentanil, which would come in a syringe, is a powerful ...

Washington Post
A woman went to a hospital for back surgery — and left without one of her kidneys
Washington Post
Maureen Pacheco had expected to have a spinal procedure. It was April 2016, and she was told a surgeon would fuse together a couple of vertebrae in her lower back to help relieve pain believed to be from an injury she sustained in a car accident the ...

CNN
Why do some people get CTE? It may be in their genes
CNN
(CNN) Scientists have zeroed in our genetic code to better determine why some people develop chronic traumatic encephalopathy, the Alzheimer's-like disease associated with repeated hits to the head. In a new study, researchers at Boston University's ...

Healio
Instant soups account for more than 20% of pediatric scald injuries
Healio
ORLANDO, Fla. — Scald burns, a major cause of preventable injuries among children, are commonly caused by instant soups and noodles, with 20% of pediatric injuries caused by these products, according to research presented at the AAP National ...

Fox News
When the flu pandemic of 1918 hit, Las Vegas wasn't spared
Las Vegas Review-Journal
When Winfred Henry Asa Pike went off to fight in World War I, he surely knew that he might not return home to his family. But what the Navy lieutenant and U.S. Naval Academy graduate from Reno...............SUBSCRIBE FOR UNLIMITED ACCESS. 21.

Lewiston Sun Journal
Action should be taken now to counter outbreak of chronic wasting disease
Lewiston Sun Journal
If we had a chance to help a human or an animal, why wouldn't we do it? If we knew that the situation could easily get worse — in some cases, far worse — why wouldn't we do what we could now instead of waiting? These thoughts occurred to me as I read ...

Paducah Sun
A decade after my breast cancer diagnosis, I'm grateful to be here
Paducah Sun
LEXINGTON - When a nurse told me that I had Stage II invasive breast cancer, I was in the restroom at the Lexington Herald-Leader. It was January 20, 2009 -- Barack Obama's inauguration day. Statistics from the American Cancer Society say that 2,370 ...

Bend Bulletin
Llamas could play a role in finding a universal flu vaccine
Bend Bulletin
Along with soulful eyes, endearingly long necks and warm fuzzy coats, llamas have a far less appreciated feature: They make an array of immune system antibodies so tiny they can fit into crevices on the surface of an invading virus. That feat could one ...

Jamaica Observer
Parkinson's disease may start in appendix, study finds
Jamaica Observer
TAMPA, United States (AFP) — Parkinson's disease has long been considered a disease of the brain, but research out last Wednesday found it may start in the gut — specifically in the appendix, a tiny organ near the large intestine. Using health ...
Breakthrough treatment helps paralyzed patients walk
Newsline
A breakthrough treatment involving electrical stimulation of the spine has enabled paralyzed patients to walk again, apparently reactivating nerve connections and providing hope for people even years after accidents. A team including neurosurgeons and ...

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