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Poison Control Centers Issue Synthetic 'Marijuana' Warning - CSPnet.com

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Poison Control Centers Issue Synthetic 'Marijuana' Warning
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ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- The American Association of Poison Control Centers (AAPCC) and experts at 55 poison centers are warning the public about a group of dangerous new synthetic cannabinoids that have recently led to a dramatic spike in poison center ...
Adverse Effects to Synthetic Marijuana Reach Alarming LevelsCapital OTC
Rise in Hospitalizations from Synthetic Marijuana 'Spice' UseMaine News
Potent 'spice' drug fuels rise in hospital visits across U.S.Indiana Gazette
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Prolonged exposure to air pollution linked to brain damage, new study finds - UPI.com

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Prolonged exposure to air pollution linked to brain damage, new study finds
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Pollutants in the air from vehicles and the burning of fossil fuels have been linked to brain damage known to lead to other neurological disorders associated with old age, a new study finds. Photo by Stephen Shaver/UPI. | License Photo. BOSTON, April 25 ...
Air Pollution Can Make Your Brain a Year Older, Lead to Thinking and Memory ...Headlines & Global News
Study: Long-term exposure to air pollution may harm your brainMorning Ticker
Long-term exposure to air pollution damages brainTimes of India
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Moms and dads of youngsters with autism attend Kerry seminar - Daily Observer

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Moms and dads of youngsters with autism attend Kerry seminar
Daily Observer
Moms and dads of children with autism will collect in Kerry today, to talk about the current advancements in services for the problem. Kerry Autism Action is organizing the occasion which will hear from those which cope with autism and also their families and ...
Since When Is Autism A Competition?Huffington Post
This Year's Rally for Autism to Be Held On April 25West Texas News
Autism needs grow, as does possible helpHuntington Herald Dispatch
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Phantom Ringing: Researches say that 'Ringing Ears' Associated with Tinnitus ... - Yibada (English Edition)

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Phantom Ringing: Researches say that 'Ringing Ears' Associated with Tinnitus ...
Yibada (English Edition)
Researchers recently discovered that it may not be possible to treat what is termed as "Ringing Ears". The medical condition is called Tinnitus which displays symptoms of patients having a constant ringing in their ears. Researchers say that this medical ...
Tinnitus. Does it Ring any Bells?WallStreet OTC
Researchers at University Of Iowa find Reason behind Why Tinnitus Can Be ...Maine News
Researchers Have Discovered Why The Ringing Caused By Tinnitus Never StopsDispatch Times
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Sugar and carbs, not physical inactivity, behind surge in obesity, say experts - Science Daily

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Sugar and carbs, not physical inactivity, behind surge in obesity, say experts
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Date: April 22, 2015; Source: BMJ; Summary: Excess sugar and carbs, not physical inactivity, are behind the surge in obesity, say experts. It is time to bust myth that anyone -- including athletes -- can outrun a bad diet, they say. Share: 0 0 0 0 0. Total shares:.
Exercise 'not key to obesity fight'BBC News
The key to losing weight? "You can't outrun a bad diet"CBS News
Exercise Won't Fix the Obesity Epidemic, Researchers ArgueLive Science
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6-Month-Old Babies Are Now Using Tablets and Smartphones - TIME

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6-Month-Old Babies Are Now Using Tablets and Smartphones
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Over a third of children under the age of 1 have used a device like a smartphone or tablet, according to a new study. The study, which was presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies annual meeting, showed that by age 2, most kids have used mobile ...
Young Brains May Gain Skills When Parents Read to KidsU.S. News & World Report
Despite pediatric guidelines, babies as young as 6 months using mobile mediaScience Codex

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Hawaii poised to raise smoking age to 21 - The Week Magazine

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Hawaii poised to raise smoking age to 21
The Week Magazine
Hawaii on Friday passed a bill that would raise the legal smoking age to 21 while also banning the sale and purchase of electronic cigarettes for anyone under that age limit. If Democratic Gov. David Ige signs the bill — he has yet to indicate whether he will ...
Hawaii bill to raise smoking age to 21 passes state legislatureDaily Mail
Hawaii Governor to Ban Electronic CigarettesClapway
Hawaii Set to Raise Smoking Age to 21Daily Beast
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18% Americans engage in Binge Drinking: Study - Uncover California

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18% Americans engage in Binge Drinking: Study
Uncover California
An American Journal of Public Health published study unveiled that 18% of Americans are considered binge drinking. But for La Crosse County, the average is 24% adults saying they were binge drinkers. As per the Centers for Disease Control, binge ...
Americans Are Drinking More — A Lot MoreNBCNews.com
Where America drinks most: Study finds binge-drinking trouble spotsUSA TODAY
Manhattan has most binge drinkers in New York: studyNew York Daily News
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Danny Nickerson loses cancer battle - WPRI 12 Eyewitness News

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Danny Nickerson loses cancer battle
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Child pornography is bought, sold and traded but a task force is tracking down more suspects than ever. Read More: Serial killer Price kept 'good time' despite stabbing prison guard » · Craig Price's prison sentence may increase in wake of Target 12 report.
Boy who got thousands of cards for last birthday has diedBoston Herald

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Cost Of Medication To Cope With Multiple Sclerosis Continues To Climb - OPB News

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Cost Of Medication To Cope With Multiple Sclerosis Continues To Climb
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Usually, the more competitive a market, the lower the price. But that hasn't happened over the last couple of decades for multiple sclerosis drugs. Back in the 1990s, when the first drugs to slow multiple sclerosis came to market, they cost about $10,000 a year.
Prices of MS Drugs Soaring, Study FindsWebMD
Drug prices to treat multiple sclerosis soar, point to larger problemMedical Xpress

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