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FDA Targets Cigarettes in Broadening of Fight Against Addiction - Bloomberg
Sat, 29 Jul 2017 09:32:43 GMT

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FDA Targets Cigarettes in Broadening of Fight Against Addiction
Bloomberg
Eight years after it was given the power to meaningfully change smoking in America, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration moved to do so. On Friday, the FDA announced it would take advantage of powers in the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco ...
FDA Delays Rules That Would Have Limited E-Cigarettes on MarketNew York Times
US proposes cigarette nicotine cut, shift toward e-cigarettesReuters
FDA's plans for low nicotine cigarettes could drive more people to vapeThe Verge
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Doctor who grew up in Athens shot and killed in Indiana - The State Journal-Register
Sat, 29 Jul 2017 01:36:48 GMT

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Doctor who grew up in Athens shot and killed in Indiana
The State Journal-Register
Dr. Todd Graham, an Athens native, was shot and killed this week in South Bend, Indiana. He had been living and working as a physician in Indiana for 30 years. By Staff report. Friday. Posted Jul 28, 2017 at 5:36 PM Updated Jul 28, 2017 at 8:25 PM. Share.
Man 'fatally shot Indiana doctor in the head because he wouldn't prescribe his wife opioids'Daily Mail
Indiana Doctor Killed in Dispute Over Pain MedsPain News Network
Prosecutor: Man Shot Indiana Doctor For Denying Wife OpioidsIndiana Public Media
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Kentucky Doctor Delivers Patient's Baby Right Before Giving Birth to Daughter - NBCNews.com
Fri, 28 Jul 2017 17:01:06 GMT

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Kentucky Doctor Delivers Patient's Baby Right Before Giving Birth to Daughter
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Before she could give birth to her own daughter, a Kentucky obstetrician first made sure her patient's baby was delivered safely. Dr. Amanda Hess was preparing to give birth to her second child on Sunday — at the same time Leah Halliday Johnson was ...
Kentucky doctor takes break from giving birth to help deliver baby in distressNew York Daily News
Pregnant doc puts birth on hold to help deliver woman's babyNew York Post
An OB/GYN was about to give birth. Then she heard another woman screaming.Miami Herald
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California reportedly growing eight times as much marijuana as people are actually consuming - SFGate
Fri, 28 Jul 2017 19:10:17 GMT

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California reportedly growing eight times as much marijuana as people are actually consuming
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A marijuana industry organization leader says growers in the state of California are growing the plant at a rate of about eight times the amount actually legally consumed, as the Los Angeles Times reports. Growers across the state may be forced to ...
How California Can Utilize Surplus Marijuana Other Than Smoking WeedInternational Business Times
Medical marijuana dispensary opens in TallahasseeWTVY, Dothan
Maritime marijuana industry preparing for growth ahead of legalizationCTV News
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Regular alcohol drinkers have lower risk of diabetes, according to a huge new study - Business Insider
Fri, 28 Jul 2017 19:25:48 GMT

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Regular alcohol drinkers have lower risk of diabetes, according to a huge new study
Business Insider
According to a new study that looked at more than 70,000 Danish people, those who drink small to moderate amounts of alcohol on a frequent basis are less likely to develop diabetes than people who don't drink at all. To be clear, these results shouldn ...
Diabetes Risk May Be Lowest Drinking 3 to 4 Days Per WeekMedscape
Regular Alcohol Consumption Could Reduce Diabetes Risk, Study FindsCBS Local
Want to keep diabetes at bay? Drinking alcohol might just helpEconomic Times
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CRISPR'd human embryos doesn't mean designer babies are around the corner - TechCrunch
Sat, 29 Jul 2017 00:16:39 GMT

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CRISPR'd human embryos doesn't mean designer babies are around the corner
TechCrunch
Earlier this week scientists stunned us with the announcement they'd genetically altered the first human embryos in the U.S. using CRISPR technology — but don't hold your breath if you think the ability to make designer babies is right around the corner.
Yes, US Scientists Edited an Embryo's Genes, but Super-Babies Are a Ways AwaySlate Magazine (blog)
In US first, scientists edit genes of human embryosWJLA
Editing human embryos with CRISPR is moving ahead – now's the time to work out the ethicsWTOP
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West Nile virus researcher believes vaccine should be available - Jackson Clarion Ledger
Fri, 28 Jul 2017 23:52:08 GMT

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West Nile virus researcher believes vaccine should be available
Jackson Clarion Ledger
While the number of people infected with West Nile virus continues to increase in Mississippi and elsewhere, prospects for a vaccine being developed won't be on the horizon until it is "an uncontrollable epidemic" in the nation, says Jackson scientist ...
11 New Mosquito Samples Test Positive For West Nile In SuffolkPatch.com
Dallas resident is county's 1st West Nile virus deathOutbreak News Today
West Nile virus confirmed in Hall CountyNTV
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Tumor caused rare growth disorder in Medford teacher - Charlotte Observer
Sat, 29 Jul 2017 07:04:00 GMT

Charlotte Observer

Tumor caused rare growth disorder in Medford teacher
Charlotte Observer
Medford resident Betsy Whispell was on her annual wind-surfing vacation on the Oregon Coast last year when a friend she hadn't seen in a year noticed that her face, hands and feet had grown abnormally large. "I was wearing a wetsuit on the deck.

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Do African men have better sperm than European and US counterparts? - Citizen
Sat, 29 Jul 2017 09:29:00 GMT

Citizen

Do African men have better sperm than European and US counterparts?
Citizen
Sperm counts have dipped drastically in some parts of the world, and not at all in others. No one is quite sure why. Sperm count in men from North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand declined by 50-60% between 1973 and 2011, according to a new ...
Here's What That Sperm Concentration Study Actually Means For HumansScienceAlert
Falling sperm counts are linked to endocrine-disrupting chemicalsMinnPost
Most men in the US and Europe could be infertile by 2060, according to a new studyQuartz
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Getting Less Than 7 Hours Of Sleep May Lead To Obesity, Study Finds - CBS Local
Fri, 28 Jul 2017 16:12:00 GMT

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Getting Less Than 7 Hours Of Sleep May Lead To Obesity, Study Finds
CBS Local
CBS Local — Consistently missing out on a full night's sleep is detrimental to one's health in different ways and may help contribute to obesity, according to a new study by the University of Leeds in England. Researchers studied more than 1,600 ...
Sleeping badly could add 3 cm to your waistline, study suggestsTelegraph.co.uk
Less than nine hours of rest might lead to obesity and diabetesEconomic Times
Improper sleep may up diabetes risk, says studyDeccan Chronicle
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