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Worse than opioids: Alcohol deaths soar among the middle aged, women
11Alive.com WXIA
The last time lawyer Erika Byrd talked her way out of an alcohol rehab center, her father took her to lunch. "Dad, I know what alcohol has done to me," she told him that day in January 2011. "I know what it has made me do to you and mom. But that wasn ...

Food Poison Journal
Clostridium perfringens in Brunswick Stew cause of Poplar Tent Presbyterian Church BBQ Outbreak
Food Poison Journal
300 Sickened. Cabarrus Health Alliance received preliminary test results from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) related to food samples from the Poplar Tent Presbyterian Church BBQ held on November 1, 2018. Samples of the barbecue ...

MassLive.com
Second case of measles diagnosed in Lowell region, state health officials say
MassLive.com
State health officials say a second case of Measles has been diagnosed in the Lowell area. The Department of Public Health confirmed that a person was diagnosed with measles on Nov. 15 and may have exposed the illness to other people. An earlier ...

HuffPost
That Viral Story About Raccoons 'Drunk' On Crab Apples Just Took A Very Sad Turn
HuffPost
Police in Milton, West Virginia, have delivered some upsetting news about two oddly-behaving raccoons that were originally thought to be drunk on fermented crab apples. At least one of the raccoons actually appears to have had distemper, a highly ...

Fox News
FDA Warns Against Honey Pacifiers Following 4 Infant Botulism Cases In Texas
Tech Times
Texas authorities, as well as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are reminding parents not to feed honey to their infants after four cases of infant botulism in the state. All four cases are linked to pacifiers containing honey.

New York Post
Deer tested positive for 'brain wasting disease': wildlife officials
New York Post
GREAT FALLS, Mont. — Montana wildlife officials say three deer in Blaine County have tested positive for a brain wasting disease. The Great Falls Tribune reports that the deer found to have chronic wasting disease were all harvested within a priority ...

CNN
Congo health workers face violence as Ebola virus spreads
CNN
(CNN) The death toll from the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo continues to rise as violence hampers health workers' efforts to battle the virus. There are now 358 cases of Ebola and 213 deaths since the outbreak began in August, ...

WPXI Pittsburgh
These jobs have the highest suicide rates in the country, CDC says
WPXI Pittsburgh
Jobs can be stressful, but there are some that cause more of a mental strain than others, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The agency recently conducted a study to determine the occupational groups with the ...

Herald & Review
Why bitter tastes (and genetics) may make you drink more coffee
Herald & Review
Marilyn Cornelis has been thinking about coffee for most of her life. As a child, the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine preventive medicine professor watched her father down cup after cup -- "a couple of pots a day" and made a game of ...

KIRO Seattle
Woman Says Hospital Removed Both Of Her Healthy Kidneys
Tech Times
A woman in Colorado is claiming that doctors removed both of her healthy kidneys, telling her that the procedure is necessary. She is now considering legal action over the procedure that changed her life.

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