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What You Need to Know About the Deadly 'Superbug' Infection Resistant to All FDA-Approved Antibiotics - ABC News

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What You Need to Know About the Deadly 'Superbug' Infection Resistant to All FDA-Approved Antibiotics
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An illustration of a group of carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae bacteria. The image was based on scanning electron micrographic imagery.more +. 0 Shares. Email. The rise of drug-resistant bacterial "superbugs" have been a concern of public health ...
Woman Dies From Bacteria Resistant To All Antibiotics: Why Don't More People Care?Forbes
Woman dies of superbug no antibiotic could treatUSA TODAY
Superbug infection kills patient in RenoHealthcare Finance News
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After Obamacare is repealed, how will Trump 'take care of everybody'? - MinnPost

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After Obamacare is repealed, how will Trump 'take care of everybody'?
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Donald Trump has been an Obamacare basher and has been somewhat incoherent on health policy in general. I've never been the biggest fan of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (aka “Obamacare”). It's not perfect. It's too complicated. The ...
Trump vows 'insurance for everybody' in Obamacare replacement planWashington Post

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Blue Monday: The 'Most Depressing Day of the Year' Is Debunked - NBCNews.com

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Blue Monday: The 'Most Depressing Day of the Year' Is Debunked
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So the Christmas buzz has worn off? The holiday bills are arriving? You've already broken your New Year's resolutions? And to top it off, the weather stinks? Well, we bring you glad tidings. January 16 might have been dubbed 2017's "Blue Monday," but ...
Blue Monday: Is today the most depressing day of the year?USA TODAY
January 16, 2017, might be the "Bluest Monday" ever, expert saysCBS News
How did Blue Monday get its name, and is it really the most depressing day of the year?Mic
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Does your child's Sophie the Giraffe toy have mold inside it? - USA TODAY

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Does your child's Sophie the Giraffe toy have mold inside it?
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Reports of mold found inside of "Sophie the Giraffe" teething toys are causing outrage among some parents. Pediatric dentist Dana Chianese said she was cleaning a Sophie the Giraffe toy last month when she smelled something musty coming from a hole on ...
Parents claim to find mold inside popular teething toyFox News
Parents complain about mold issues with Sophie the Giraffe toysKOMO News
Parents Report Finding “Sophie The Giraffe” Toys Filled With MoldConsumerist
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Caffeine may be able to block inflammation, new research says - The Verge

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Caffeine may be able to block inflammation, new research says
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Caffeine may be able to tamp down the inflammation that worsens with age, according to a study that investigated caffeine's effects on immune cells. It's a correlational study, but it's one that dives into how caffeine could be affecting the immune system.
Can Coffee Perk Up Heart Health, Too?U.S. News & World Report
Caffeine may counter age-related inflammationStanford Medical Center Report
Drink for your heart: Caffeine may counter age-related inflammation, cardiovascular diseaseScope (blog)

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When The Brain Scrambles Names, It's Because You Love Them - NPR

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When The Brain Scrambles Names, It's Because You Love Them
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When Samantha Deffler was young, her mother would often call her by her siblings' names — even the dog's name. "Rebecca, Jesse, Molly, Tucker, Samantha," she says. A lot of people mix up children's names or friends' names, but Deffler is a cognitive ...
Here's a Scientific Explanation For Why Ross Said Rachel's Name at the Altar Instead of EmilyCosmopolitan.com

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Dispelling fears: Dispensaries aim to 'normalize' Florida medical marijuana - The Cannabist

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Dispelling fears: Dispensaries aim to 'normalize' Florida medical marijuana
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'I think it's great. You walk in and it's nice and clean': A look at how Florida medical marijuana dispensaries are approaching the state's new industry. Tweet this story · Share on Facebook · Pin It on Pinterest · Submit to Reddit · Email; Print ...
Could This Study Could Be Disastrous for Marijuana Stocks?Motley Fool
California company eyeing Poconos for medical marijuana facilityAllentown Morning Call
Doctored marijuana gives relief to boy whose parents found no other way to help himSCNow
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Japanese tapeworm found in Alaskan-caught salmon - Chron.com

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Japanese tapeworm found in Alaskan-caught salmon
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Here's the gross news first: A tapeworm found in fish from Asia has now been found in Alaskan salmon. The Centers for Disease Control recently posted an article in its Emerging Infectious Disease journal, stating that Diphyllobothrium nihonkaiense has ...
CDC Finds Alaskan Caught Salmon Infested with Japanese TapewormSan Angelo LIVE!
Scientists: US salmon may carry Japanese tapewormfox8.com
That Sushi May Contain a Tract-Invading Parasitic TapewormGizmodo
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Feeling old? Get pumped full of 'young blood' - New York Post

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Feeling old? Get pumped full of 'young blood'
New York Post
For just $8,000, a California startup is offering to pump people full of young blood in hopes of discovering the fountain of youth. Ambrosia, based in Monterey, Calif., is looking to enroll 600 participants for its clinical trial, named after the food ...
This not-at-all creepy startup wants to inject you with millennial blood for $8000The Next Web
For $8000 this startup will fill your veins with the blood of young people - with no proven benefitsBusiness Insider Australia
Patients paying $10500 to receive plasma transfusions from the blood of people ages 16 — 25NEWS.com.au
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Eating spicy food may lead to a longer life - KSN-TV

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Eating spicy food may lead to a longer life
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According to new research out of the University of Vermont, researchers found eating hot red chili peppers leads to a 13 percent reduction in total mortality. It comes down to capsaicin, which is what makes peppers spicy. The capsaicin hits “different ...
Hot red chilli peppers linked to longer lifespanNHS Choices
Increasing spiciness with hot chili peppers could also benefit life expectancyCTV News
Live Long and SpicyGenetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
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