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USA TODAY
AP Exclusive: First gene-edited babies claimed in China
USA TODAY
HONG KONG – A Chinese researcher claims that he helped make the world's first genetically edited babies – twin girls born this month whose DNA he said he altered with a powerful new tool capable of rewriting the very blueprint of life. If true, it ...

Newsweek
Experimental Alzheimer's Disease Vaccine May Cut Dementia Cases In Half
Newsweek
An experimental Alzheimer's disease vaccine may soon be able to cut dementia cases in half and delay effects of the degenerative brain disease by five years. Researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas said the new ...

Valley News Live
DNR Busy Testing Deer For Chronic Wasting Disease
Valley News Live
The sun has set on firearm deer hunting season in Minnesota, but the staff at the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources remain busy, testing harvested deer for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD). “The problem we're having is we're starting to see more ...

NPR
Dangerous Infection Tied To Hospitals Now Becoming Common Outside Them
NPR
Named from the Greek kloster, for spindle, a class of bacteria known as Clostridia abounds in nature. Staining deep violet under the microscope, they appear as slender rods with a bulge at one end, like a tadpole or maple seed. They thrive in soil ...

New York Times
Excess Weight Increases Asthma Risk
New York Times
Children who are overweight or obese are at increased risk for asthma, researchers report. A retrospective study, published in Pediatrics, included 507,496 children followed for an average of four years. None of the children had incidents of asthma ...

New York Post
Doctor says state's HIV test procedure may threaten lives
New York Post
The state's onerous procedure to administer HIV/AIDS testing is threatening New Yorkers' lives, according to a prominent doctor who's tracked the disease for decades. The patient “prior consent and notification” requirements to conduct such screenings ...

Livemint
Indians lose over four years of their lives to air pollution: Study
Livemint
Washington: People in India would live an average 4.3 years longer if the country met the global guidelines for particulate pollution, according to a study which found that effect of pollution on life expectancy is worse than HIV/AIDS, cigarette ...

New Jersey 101.5 FM Radio
Mental health needs to be addressed earlier in life, advocates say
New Jersey 101.5 FM Radio
Mental health conditions are common among teens and young adults. One in 5 people under the age of 24 live with some type of mental illness. But 50 percent of those who do have a mental health disorder wait an average of 10 years to seek any kind of ...

Washington Post
How many kids have autism? US government measures 3 ways
Washington Post
How many American children have autism? The U.S. government answers that question at least three different ways and says the latest estimate — 1 in 40 kids — doesn't necessarily mean the numbers are rising. The new number, published Monday in ...

StCatharinesStandard.ca
Study: Sucking on your baby's pacifier may protect them from allergies
StCatharinesStandard.ca
New research being presented at the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology's annual meeting last week in Seattle suggests there's a link between parental sucking on a pacifier and a lower allergic response among young children.

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