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Asbury Park Press

Here are New Jersey's 10 healthiest counties
Asbury Park Press
Morris County residents are the picture of health. Cumberland County residents are struggling with obesity and unemployment. Monmouth County residents could stand to cut back on their drinking, and Ocean County residents would benefit from more mental ...
Where Americans Exercise the MostTIME
Worcester County ranked among least healthy in stateWorcester Telegram
Premature deaths rise in US as opioid epidemic worsens, report findsABC News -Janesville Gazette -WGRZ-TV
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06:21am Wed, March 29, 2017

3 days until April: April the giraffe's handlers say “the countdown to calf has begun!”
NEW YORK — Could there soon be a NEWBORN at Animal Adventure Park in New York?! April the giraffe's handlers said Wednesday, March 29th “the countdown to calf has begun!” Zoo officials said Wednesday they “cannot confirm active labor,” but said ...
April update: 'The count down to calf has begun'WTSP 10 News
Watch live: April the giraffe's keepers say 'the countdown to calf has begun'
'Count down to calf has begun!' April the Giraffe predicted to deliver baby soonWGN-TV
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04:33pm Wed, March 29, 2017


Greatest rise in heroin use was among white people, study says
(CNN) The numbers are startling -- in 2015, 52,404 people died from drug overdoses according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Sixty-three percent of those deaths involved an opioid. More people die from drug overdoses than from ...
Heroin Epidemic Expands Its Grip on
Heroin Use Spikes Fivefold in
Dramatic Jump in Heroin Use in US AdultsMedscape
Reuters -Live Science -Healio
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11:46am Wed, March 29, 2017

The Boston Globe

First drug for aggressive MS wins FDA approval after 40-year odyssey
The Boston Globe
Elizabeth D. Herman for STAT. Dr. Stephen Hauser. Forty years ago, one of Dr. Stephen Hauser's first patients was a young Harvard Law School graduate and White House aide with a case of multiple sclerosis that raced like a brush fire through her brain.
Multiple sclerosis drug, Ocrevus, gets FDA approvalWashington Post
FDA approves first treatment for severe type of multiple sclerosisCNN
Roche Prices Ocrevus For Maximum DisruptionSeeking Alpha
Multiple Sclerosis News Today -Xconomy -Pharmacy Times -Medscape
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06:08pm Wed, March 29, 2017

My Fox Boston

IHOP waiter says he was offered nursing job after helping feed disabled customer
My Fox Boston
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. - A waiter is getting a lot of attention for feeding a disabled customer at an IHOP restaurant. >> Read more trending news. Related Headlines. Business people shaking hands in meeting. Jobseeker's interview canceled after she asked ...
Local Waiter's Act of Kindness Going Viral | WICSWICS
Woman with Huntington's disease has trouble eating, so waiter steps in to helpCBS News

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04:06pm Wed, March 29, 2017

Fox News

DIY slime project brutally burns 11-year-old girl, family says
Fox News
A Massachusetts family is warning others about the dangers of do-it-yourself homemade slime after their 11-year-old daughter suffered second- and third-degree burns on her hands, which doctors said is likely the result of prolonged exposure to one of ...
11-year-old girl's hands covered in third-degree burns after making "slime"CBS News
11-Year-Old Massachusetts Girl Suffers Third-Degree Burns on Hands After Making Homemade
Girl suffers severe burns doing popular DIY science projectAtlanta Journal Constitution
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07:33am Tue, March 28, 2017

Shape Magazine

Are Marathons Bad for Your Kidneys?
Shape Magazine
A new study shows that long-endurance exercise may lead to kidney damage, but it's not as scary as it sounds. Charlotte Hilton Andersen's picture. By Charlotte Hilton Andersen | Mar 29, 2017. 1200-new-york-city-marathon.jpg. If you were to ask people ...
The Many Ways Running a Marathon Destroys Your BodyDiscover Magazine (blog)

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04:13pm Wed, March 29, 2017

Washington Post

Day care provider ticketed after girl tests positive for THC
Washington Post
HICKMAN, Neb. — A southeastern Nebraska child care provider is in hot water after authorities say a child in her care tested positive for the psychoactive drug in marijuana. The Lancaster County Sheriff's Office says deputies were called to a Lincoln ...

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04:53pm Wed, March 29, 2017


Paralyzed man uses experimental device to regain hand movements
(CNN) A man paralyzed from his shoulders down has regained use of his right hand with the aid of an experimental prosthetic that replaces lost connections between the brain and the muscles. As described in a paper published Tuesday in the journal The ...
“Groundbreaking” technology restores movement in paralyzed manCBS News
Paralyzed Man Uses Thoughts To Control His Own Arm And HandNPR
'It was amazing': New technology allows paralyzed man to move arm by thinking about itWashington Post
TIME -BBC News -U.S. News & World Report
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08:00pm Tue, March 28, 2017

New York Times

More Women With Breast Cancer Opt to Remove Healthy Breast
New York Times
One in three breast cancer patients under 45 removed the healthy breast along with the breast affected by cancer in 2012, a sharp increase from the one in 10 younger women with breast cancer who had double mastectomies eight years earlier, a new study ...
Breast Cancer Trends: Why Do Women in These 5 States Opt for Unneeded Mastectomies?
Use of prophylactic mastectomy increasing among younger women with early-stage breast cancerHealio
GeneNews Launches Blood-Based, Biomarker Test for Breast Cancer Risk AssessmentPR Newswire (press release)
WebMD -EurekAlert (press release)
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10:00am Wed, March 29, 2017