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Does Baby Powder Cause Cancer? A Jury Says Yes. Scientists Aren't So Sure
NPR
A California jury awarded a woman $417 million in a case against Johnson & Johnson. The woman claimed that her use of Johnson's Baby Powder led to terminal ovarian cancer. Scientists disagree on how strong a link there is between talc and ovarian ...

International Business Times
Study: Eye Test Could Predict Alzheimer's Disease Years In Advance
International Business Times
An eye test could predict whether someone could have Alzheimer's disease years in advance, according to a recent study. Researchers from Cedars-Sinai and company NeuroVision Imaging found the disease affects the retina, which is the back of the eye, ...

Marijuana.com
Arizona Marijuana: Everything to Know About Marijuana Law in AZ
Marijuana.com
Brandi Atkins, an Arizona resident and former dancer, was diagnosed in late 2015 with a rare autoimmune disease that made her joints and muscles swell, causing chronic pain. She popped in and out of the hospital with a cornucopia of prescription ...

CNN
You saw the eclipse -- so should you see the eye doctor?
CNN
(CNN) Are you concerned about your vision, or your child's, after watching Monday's total solar eclipse, even if you wore protective glasses? You're not alone. Google searches for "my eyes hurt" and "eyes hurt eclipse" spiked immediately after the ...

Atlanta Journal Constitution
This is the healthiest part of the avocado
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Avocados have lots of health benefits. They contain good carbohydrates and fats, but the smooth green portion of the fruit isn't the best part. It's actually what you're likely throwing away: the pit. »RELATED: Why Avocado prices are at record high ...

WKBN.com
Mosquitoes with West Nile Virus found on Austintown Schools property
WKBN.com
AUSTINTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – Austintown Local Schools was notified four days ago that mosquitoes on its property tested positive for the West Nile Virus. The school district sent out a press release about the findings on Tuesday afternoon. The mosquitoes ...

NPR
Hospitals Could Do More For Survivors Of Opioid Overdoses, Study Suggests
NPR
Hospital emergency departments are tasked with saving the lives of people who overdose on opioids. Clinicians and researchers hope that more can be done during the hospital encounter to connect people with treatment. FangXiaNuo/Getty Images hide ...

Yahoo7 News
High vitamin B intake increases lung cancer risk among men
Healio
Men who reported long-term, high-dose supplementation with vitamins B6 or B12 appeared two to four times more likely than nonusers to develop lung cancer, according to results of a prospective, observational study. Male smokers demonstrated the ...

Atlanta Journal Constitution
Are you putting your baby to sleep safely? Most moms aren't, study says
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Putting your baby to bed can be a challenge, and unfortunately, many moms are doing it wrong, according to a new study. » RELATED: This is how to put your baby to sleep the safe way. Researchers from Yale and Boston University recently conducted an ...

CIDRAP
Zika infection decreases sperm count, study says
CIDRAP
According to a study yesterday in The Lancet Infectious Diseases, men who contract Zika virus have lower sperm counts for 1 to 2 months after infection. The study offers more insight into how Zika affects male reproductive health. The prospective ...

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