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Washington Post

Coffee with Viagra-like ingredient recalled after FDA discovery
Washington Post
Albert Yee said the coffee was everywhere you looked in the densely packed vendor stalls along avenues in Malaysian cities: an instant mix with a natural ingredient similar to what's found in Viagra that helps men with erectile dysfunction. And he ...
Texas Coffee Recalled Because It Has an Ingredient Similar to ViagraTIME
Coffee with Viagra-like ingredient recalled by Grand Prairie companyDallas News (blog)
Texas company recalls coffee with Viagra-like substanceAZCentral.com
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07:05pm Thu, July 20, 2017

Los Angeles Times

About one-third of dementia cases could be prevented by actions that begin in childhood, experts say
Los Angeles Times
The CRISPR gene-editing technique is revolutionizing genetics research. (July 20,2017) (Sign up for our free video newsletter here http://bit.ly/2n6VKPR). By Melissa HealyContact Reporter · Obesity Research · Medical Research · Alzheimer's Disease ...
Hints that lifestyle changes might guard against dementiaABC News
One-third of dementia cases could be prevented, report saysCBS News
Nine lifestyle changes can reduce dementia risk, study saysBBC News
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09:48am Thu, July 20, 2017

CNN

The future of treatment for glioblastoma
CNN
(CNN) After being diagnosed with a primary glioblastoma, an aggressive type of brain cancer, Sen. John McCain and his family are reviewing treatment options with his doctors at Mayo Clinic Hospital in Phoenix. A tissue sample, taken while surgeons ...
The same tumor, 10 years later: Will McCain face better prospects than Kennedy?The Boston Globe
New Drug Makes Brain Cancer Cells Easier to See, May Prolong SurvivalNBCNews.com
John McCain Was Diagnosed With A Glioblastoma, Among The Deadliest Of CancersNPR
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05:07pm Thu, July 20, 2017

UN News Centre

AIDS-related deaths decline; 19.5 million people on life-saving treatment – UN report
UN News Centre
On World AIDS Day, people in Nigeria took a walk in the Asokoro neighbourhood of Abuja to increase HIV/AIDS awareness in the general public (file). Photo: UNAIDS. Tweet. Print. 20 July 2017 – The scales have tipped for the first time in the fight ...
For 1st time, over half of people with HIV taking AIDS drugsSFGate
More Than Half the People Living With HIV Are on Meds, According to ReportJezebel
AIDS deaths are almost half of what they were in 2005 — but experts worry Trump could reverse thatMic
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12:34pm Thu, July 20, 2017

New York Daily News

A toddler's brain damage has been reversed over a year after near drowning
New York Daily News
Doctors used a series of oxygen treatments, like hyperbaric oxygen therapy, to significantly reverse 2-year-old Eden Carlson's brain damage after she fell into her family's swimming pool in February 2016 and was in the water for 15 minutes. (Eden ...
Toddler's brain damage reversed by treatment after near drowningUSA TODAY
Oxygen Therapy Revives Brain of Toddler Who Nearly DrownedPhilly.com
Scientists Reverse Brain Damage In Toddler After Drowning AccidentCBS Local
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12:48pm Wed, July 19, 2017

Chicago Tribune

Scientists say record floods could brew bad batch of mosquitoes
Chicago Tribune
Heavy rains will increase amount of mosquities, but the North Shore Mosquito Abatement District is doing everything possible to help deter the pests. (Jose M. Osorio). James SteinbauerContact ReporterChicago Tribune. Heavy rains that brought record ...
Missouri, Illinois report first cases of West Nile virus in 2017STLtoday.com
Illinois' First Documented Case of West Nile Reported in Will CountyNBC Chicago
West Nile virus resurfaces in Pierce County after three years, via a California visitThe News Tribune
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05:24pm Thu, July 20, 2017

BBC News

Why dogs are friendly - it's written in their genes
BBC News
Being friendly is in dogs' nature and could be key to how they came to share our lives, say US scientists. Dogs evolved from wolves tens of thousands of years ago. During this time, certain genes that make dogs particularly gregarious have been ...
What makes dogs so friendly? Study finds genetic link to super-outgoing peopleScience Magazine
Dogs Have Same Genes As Williams Beuren Syndrome Patients, And That Makes Them Friendly, Study FindsInternational Business Times
Dog Friendliness Associated With Structural Variants in Genes Involved in Human SyndromeGenomeWeb
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07:08pm Wed, July 19, 2017

PEOPLE.com

Boy, 5, Fighting Same Type of E. Coli That Killed His Sister
The Epoch Times
Two young siblings from Minnesota have been sickened by E. coli. One is fighting for his life, and the other died earlier this week. Kade and Kallan Maresh were sickened by a shiga toxin-producing bacteria earlier this month, causing acute kidney ...
5-Year-Old Is Battling the Same E. Coli Strain That Killed His SisterGoodHousekeeping.com
Fundraiser by Samantha Olinger : Kade & Kallan's Medical Expenses - GoFundMeGoFundMe
E. coli sickens Minnesota siblings, killing oneMinneapolis Star Tribune

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01:23pm Thu, July 20, 2017

NPR

Just Thinking You're Slacking On Exercise Could Boost Risk Of Death
NPR
In a fitness-crazed land of spin classes and CrossFit gyms, Octavia Zahrt found it can be tough to feel as though you're doing enough. "When I was in school in London, I felt really good about my activity. Then I moved to Stanford, and everyone around ...
Your Attitude About Exercise May Be Just as Important as How Much You Actually GetHealth.com
Perceiving oneself as less physically active than peers is linked to a shorter lifespanMedical Xpress
Thinking You're Less Active Than You Are Could Be Killing YouSeeker
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08:38am Thu, July 20, 2017

W*USA 9

Md. family claims Colonial Williamburg discriminated against son, files lawsuit
W*USA 9
A couple from Maryland is suing the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, claiming that Colonial Williamsburg excluded their 11-year-old son from an activity during a class trip because of his disability. Staff , WVEC 6:16 PM. EDT July 20, 2017. Shields ...
Suit claims museum tavern removed boy with gluten allergyWashington Post
Father of boy with gluten allergy sues Colonial Williamsburg for discriminationSouthside Daily
Lawsuit alleges Colonial Williamsburg discriminationVirginia Gazette

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05:21pm Thu, July 20, 2017