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A Health Benefit of Roller Coasters - The Atlantic

The Atlantic

A Health Benefit of Roller Coasters
The Atlantic
East Lansing, Michigan, becomes a ghost town during spring break. Families head south, often to the theme parks in Orlando. A week later, the Midwesterners return sunburned and bereft of disposable income, and, urological surgeon David Wartinger ...
Try riding a roller coaster to dislodge those painful kidney stonesLos Angeles Times
Research Finds Thrilling Cure for Kidney Stones: Roller CoastersNBCNews.com
This Roller Coaster Helps People Pass Kidney Stones (Yes, Really)Live Science
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Thailand investigates four cases of suspected Zika-linked microcephaly - Reuters

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Thailand investigates four cases of suspected Zika-linked microcephaly
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A city worker fumigates the area to control the spread of mosquitoes at a university in Bangkok, Thailand, September 13, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha. By Amy Sawitta Lefevre and Pracha Hariraksapitak | BANGKOK. BANGKOK Thailand is ...
Four suspected Zika microcephaly cases in ThailandCIDRAP
Zika flourishes in the vagina, study findsDallas News
Zika Cure Update: What New Progress Has Been Made?Medical Daily
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Beware: Beef Products Linked to E.Coli Outbreak in 4 States - Nature World News

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Beware: Beef Products Linked to E.Coli Outbreak in 4 States
Nature World News
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is linking the recent outbreak of E.coli in four states to beef, veal and bison products. Advertisement. According to the report from CNN, a total of seven people, aging from 1 to 74 years from West ...
Multistate E. coli outbreak leads to meat recallCNN
Beef, Veal, Bison Products Voluntarily Recalled After E. Coli OutbreakABC News
Connecticut Beef Recalled After Residents Were Hospitalized Due To E. ColiScience World Report
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Johnson and Johnson Faces More Baby Powder Cancer Lawsuits - CBS Local

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Johnson and Johnson Faces More Baby Powder Cancer Lawsuits
CBS Local
Johnson & Johnson's products are seen December 16, 2004 in New York. (Photo Illustration by Chris Hondros/Getty Images). ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Johnson and Johnson prepares to battle with another woman claiming its talcum Baby Powder caused her ...
Research finds talc doesn't cause cancer; juries disagreeFox News
Another talcum powder lawsuit in St. Louis this weekKTRS | St Louis News and Talk Radio | The Big 550 AM
More studies conclude J&J baby talc not linked with ovarian cancerPerfScience
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WHO: Excessive air pollution affects 92 percent of people - Atlanta Journal Constitution

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WHO: Excessive air pollution affects 92 percent of people
Atlanta Journal Constitution
GENEVA — More than nine out of 10 people worldwide live in areas with excessive air pollution, contributing to strokes, heart disease, lung cancer and other problems, the World Health Organization said Tuesday. The U.N. health agency said in a new ...
These are the countries around the world with the worst air pollutionBusiness Insider
WHO: 9 in 10 People Breathe Bad AirVoice of America
Air Pollution Behind 1 In 9 Deaths Worldwide, WHO Report SaysInternational Business Times
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The Protective Power of Morning Sickness - The Atlantic

The Atlantic

The Protective Power of Morning Sickness
The Atlantic
People are always saying the wrong thing to pregnant women. Expectant mothers hear everything from the obnoxious (“You're huge!”) to the outright bizarre (“If you eat that Sriracha, your baby will come out bald”). Then there are the well-meaning—yet ...
Why morning sickness may be a good thingFox News
Is Morning Sickness a Good Thing?Glens Falls Post-Star
Morning Sickness Points to a Healthy Pregnancy, Study FindsNBCNews.com
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Getting a flu shot? It may be better to wait - CNN

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Getting a flu shot? It may be better to wait
CNN
The pharmacy chain pitches started in August: Come in and get your flu shot. Convenience is touted. So are incentives: CVS offers a 20-percent-off shopping pass for everyone who gets a shot, while Walgreens donates toward international vaccination efforts.
Special populations more prone to severe flu symptomsSioux Falls Argus Leader
No FluMist this year to help you fight fluIndianapolis Star
New protections added to some flu vaccines, but you must ask for themWFAA.com
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Protesters Gather To Pray As Planned Parenthood Hosts Gala To Celebrate New 'Mega-Center' Next To School - Daily Caller

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Protesters Gather To Pray As Planned Parenthood Hosts Gala To Celebrate New 'Mega-Center' Next To School
Daily Caller
A sign is pictured at the entrance to a Planned Parenthood building in New York August 31, 2015. (REUTERS/Lucas Jackson). 5244446. Pro-life organizers held a prayer protest outside a new Planned Parenthood facility next to a Washington, D.C., charter ...
Message for People Heading to New Planned Parenthood Abortion Clinic: “Welcome, We Kill Babies”LifeNews.com
Planned Parenthood PAC makes NC priority state, invests seven figuresUSA TODAY
Lakeland clinic will provide treatment for transgender patientsThe Ledger
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Technology falls short in long-term weight loss success - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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Technology falls short in long-term weight loss success
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
“Activity trackers may undermine weight loss efforts.” “Wearable activity trackers may not boost weight loss.” “Fitness trackers didn't help people lose weight.” By Jill Daly / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The headlines last week jolted the public with the ...
Activity trackers may undermine weight loss effortsAlaska Dispatch News
Wearable fitness trackers may not help with weight loss, study findsMinnPost
Study: Fitness trackers may not help you lose weightabc27
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GW Pharmaceuticals CEO: Pot-based epilepsy drug trial has taken a 'huge step' - CNBC

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GW Pharmaceuticals CEO: Pot-based epilepsy drug trial has taken a 'huge step'
CNBC
British biotech GW Pharmaceuticals took one step closer to having its key childhood epilepsy drug Epidiolex approved on Monday, when it announced promising phase 3 clinical trial results. Shares of the stock soared more than 17 percent in response.
This Biotech May Get the First Marijuana-Based Therapy Approved in the USFortune
This Marijuana Stock Is on a RollMadison.com
A company just had another successful test of a cannabis drug for epilepsy — and now their stock is spikingBusiness Insider

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