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'Dance Moms' star Abby Lee Miller shares grim selfie after cancer diagnosis

Page Six - 5 hours ago
On Saturday, Abby Lee Miller delivered her first selfie since being diagnosed with Burkitt lymphoma. “So much gratitude and love for those who listened, those who looked deeper and those who leapt...

Exotic Tick Species Possibly Established In New Jersey

Tech Times - 4 hours ago
A tick species previously not present in the United States has possibly become established in New Jersey. Authorities are working to contain the species from spreading to surrounding areas. Tick...

Diet Soda Might Still Contribute to Diabetes, Rat Study Suggests

Gizmodo - 3 hours ago
For as long as artificial sweeteners have existed, people have been warned about their supposed health risks such as cancer and multiple sclerosis. But while these claims are routinely debunked as...

Why the romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak affects mostly women

USA TODAY - 23 hours ago
There's a striking aspect of the recent E. coli outbreak tied to Arizona romaine lettuce: 70% of those who've gotten sick are female. Similarly, when leafy greens were the culprit of an E....

Indiana reports increase in hepatitis A cases, vaccinations urged for travelers to other states

Outbreak News Today - 8 hours ago
Health officials in Indiana are urging residents to get vaccinated and take other steps to protect themselves from hepatitis A if they plan to travel to states that are experiencing outbreaks of the...

Opioid deaths prompt Ohio to reimagine classroom lessons, starting with kindergarten

Washington Post - 8 hours ago
Ohio, a state where 4,329 people died of drug overdoses in 2016, a death rate second only to neighboring West Virginia, is taking the fight against the opioid epidemic into the classroom with a new...

Scientists Claim Cannabis Can Stop Stress If Used Correctly

eTeknix - 7 hours ago
I think there are very few amongst us who would disagree that Cannabis has a lot of potentials when it comes to the medical field. Admittedly, there are others who also just see the potential in...

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