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First Malaria Vaccine to Pilot in Ghana, Kenya and Malawi in 2018 - Yahoo News

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First Malaria Vaccine to Pilot in Ghana, Kenya and Malawi in 2018
Yahoo News
The world's first malaria vaccine will be piloted in Ghana, Kenya and Malawi in 2018, after the World Health Organization selected the African countries as testing grounds for what it hopes will be a major step in fighting the disease. The vaccine ...
Ahead of World Malaria Day, UN says 'let's close the gap' in prevention coverageUN News Centre
New Malaria Vaccine Gets First Large-Scale Human Trial in AfricaSeeker
World's First Malaria Vaccine Pilot Will Run In 2018Huffington Post
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Conjoined Connecticut twins show double-minded determination - SFGate

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Conjoined Connecticut twins show double-minded determination
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NEW MILFORD, Conn. (AP) — With an eddy of leaves trailing behind them, Carmen and Lupita Andrade take off in their father's old truck, a couple of high school girls learning to drive. They move in a herky-jerky motion around their backyard with their ...
Conjoined Twins: 16-Year-Olds Refuse Surgery Despite Health ConcernsInternational Business Times

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Man who was initially denied lung transplant because of marijuana use dies - WCPO

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Man who was initially denied lung transplant because of marijuana use dies
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Utah Man Denied New Lungs Due to Pot Use DiesU.S. News & World Report
Riley Hancey, who received lung transplant in Philly after being denied in Utah, dies at 20PhillyVoice.com

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Scientists Accidentally Discover Caterpillars That Can Eat Plastic - Newsweek

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Scientists Accidentally Discover Caterpillars That Can Eat Plastic
Newsweek
Federica Bertocchini, a researcher who studies chicken embryos in Spain, is a beekeeper in her spare time. She was cleaning some old beehives recently and found they were infested with waxworms. The creatures are a pest for those who keep bees: The ...
Caterpillar found to eat shopping bags, suggesting biodegradable solution to plastic pollutionPhys.Org
A CSIC scientist discovers that wax worms eat plasticEurekAlert (press release)
These caterpillars chow down on plastic bagsPopular Science
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Men removing condoms during sex in disturbing online trend 'stealthing' - Fox News

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Men removing condoms during sex in disturbing online trend 'stealthing'
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Civil and criminal justice experts are expressing concern over “stealthing,” in which straight and gay men are removing their condoms during sex without their partners' consent. A new study published this month in the Columbia Journal of Gender and Law ...
'Stealthing' is the newest dangerous sex trendNew York Post
Stealthing: What You Need To Know About This Illegal New Sex PracticeHuffington Post UK
'Stealthing' Is A New Sex Trend Where Men Remove Condoms Without Partner's ConsentHuffington Post Canada
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Jalapeno-flavored chips recalled over Salmonella fear - CNN

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Jalapeno-flavored chips recalled over Salmonella fear
CNN
(CNN) Frito-Lay is recalling two jalapeño-flavored potato chip products over fears of Salmonella contamination. The voluntary recall of jalapeno flavored Lay's Kettle Cooked Potato Chips and jalapeño flavored Miss Vickie's Kettle Cooked potato chips is ...
Frito-Lay recalls Jalapeno flavored chips for Salmonella concernsKARE
Jalapeno-Flavored Chips Are Being Recalled For Potential Salmonella Poisoning — Here Are The Ones To DiscardBustle
Frito-Lay recalls jalapeño-flavored chips over salmonella fearsSacramento Bee
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It's time to watch out for ticks - Chicago Daily Herald

Chicago Daily Herald

It's time to watch out for ticks
Chicago Daily Herald
The Lake County Health Department/Community Health Center is encouraging residents to take precautions against ticks, which can carry diseases such as Lyme disease. Once considered a rare illness in Lake County, Lyme disease is becoming more ...
Lyme Disease - tick season is here this is everything you need to know about the infectionDaily Post North Wales
CDC - Heartland virus (a phlebovirus) - Division of Vector-Borne Diseases (DVBD) - NCEZIDCDC
Dr. Richard S. Ostfeld | Cary Institute of Ecosystem StudiesCary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
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Stop Freaking Out About That Study Linking Diet Soda to Alzheimer's and Strokes - Fortune

Fortune

Stop Freaking Out About That Study Linking Diet Soda to Alzheimer's and Strokes
Fortune
You may have come across some pretty alarming takes on diet soda going into this past weekend. "Daily dose of diet soda tied to triple risk of deadly stroke," blared Fox News. Outlets like the Washington Post and CNN repeated the assertion that ...
Could Diet Sodas Raise Risk of Dementia and Stroke?...41 NBC News
Does Diet Soda Cause Dementia And Stroke? Let's Cut Through The HypeUPROXX
Is Soda Bad for Your Brain? (And Is Diet Soda Worse?)BU Today
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Marijuana scores badly in 'entirely predictable' report - Crux: Covering all things Catholic

Crux: Covering all things Catholic

Marijuana scores badly in 'entirely predictable' report
Crux: Covering all things Catholic
In 2016, a report was released that showed some of the negative impacts marijuana legalization has had on the state of Colorado overall and specifically on the city of Denver. Those stats, however, were not enough to deter other states from voting for ...
Kitchen Cabinet aims to get kids interested in healthy eatingKATV
Despite special regulations, entrepreneurs hope to take bite of Canada's marijuana edibles marketCBC.ca
Marijuana legalization support at all-time highCBS News
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Scientists Worldwide Speak Truth to Power - EcoWatch

EcoWatch

Scientists Worldwide Speak Truth to Power
EcoWatch
Tens of thousands of people celebrated Earth Day Saturday by taking to the streets in a historic day of action for science and truth. A massive March for Science took place in Washington, DC, and more than 600 sister marches took place in other cities ...

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