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Doctors and patient advocates are slamming the Senate Republicans' healthcare plan
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Doctors and patient groups slammed the Better Care Reconciliation Act released by Republican Senators on Thursday, taking issue in particular with Medicaid cuts in the bill. The groups, including the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American College ...
Capito says she'll weigh Medicaid effect of health care planWSAZ-TV
The Health 202: McConnell will be a legislative wizard if health care passesWashington Post
7 questions about the Senate health care bill and transparencyPolitiFact
U.S. Senate Budget Committee
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What Can Prevent Alzheimer's? Here's What the Evidence Shows
There's no strong evidence that anything prevents Alzheimer's disease, but a few common-sense practices may help delay memory loss, a panel of experts said Thursday. They include controlling high blood pressure, regular exercise and specific memory ...
To preserve mental acuity into old age, experts suggest focusing on these three thingsLos Angeles Times
These few things may help stave off dementia, scientists sayUSA TODAY
New report examines evidence on interventions to prevent cognitive decline, dementiaMedical Xpress
Twin Falls Times-News -WebMD -Washington Post -National Institutes of Health (press release)
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Insurance study ties legal pot to boost in car crash claims
Fox News
The Highway Loss Data Institute, a leading insurance research group, said in study results released Thursday that collision claims in Colorado, Washington, and Oregon went up 2.7 percent in the years since legal recreational marijuana sales began when ...
Weed Warning: Legalizing Marijuana Tied to Rise in Crashes in 3 States by HLDIInsurance Journal
Legal Pot and Colorado Crash Rates: Two Studies, Two Different ConclusionsWestword
Legalized Pot May Lead to More Traffic CrashesWebMD
Herald-Mail Media -New York Daily News -Live Science -U.S. News & World Report
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Horror as 'half human half-beast' is born to a sheep in South Africa
VILLAGERS from South Africa believe a creature born to a sheep was “sent by the devil”. WARNING: Graphic content. Jamie Pyatt in Cape TownThe Sun. The Sun. June 23, 20173:43pm. Superstitious villagers believe a sheep has given birth to a demon after ...
'Half-human' lamb in South Africa terrifies both locals and the internetAsiaOne
Bizarre 'half-human, half-sheep' creature terrifies villagers who fear its sent from HELLDaily Star
Villagers freak out after sheep gives birth to 'half human, half devil lamb'Metro
Zee News -Deccan Chronicle -Independent Online -DunyaNews Pakistan
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Lone Star tick bites can cause rare meat allergy in some people
With the warm summer months upon us, doctors are seeing more cases of a strange tick-related meat allergy. With most food allergies it only takes minutes or even seconds for symptoms like wheezing or hives to develop, but the allergy to mammalian meat ...
A Tick Bite Could Make You Allergic to Meat—and It's SpreadingNational Geographic
This Is What We Know About How The Lone Star Tick Causes Meat AllergiesForbes
Lone Star Ticks migrating towards the metro are bringing serious health concerns
Popular Science -New York Daily News -Bustle -Tech Times
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Hummus with pine nuts recalled over possible listeria contamination
(CNN) Three brands of hummus produced by House of Thaller are being recalled for potential listeria contamination. All three brands -- Fresh Foods Market, Lantana and Marketside -- have pine nuts on top and come in 10-ounce packages. Knoxville ...
Hummus Topped With Pine Nuts Recalled Over Listeria FearsFortune
Hummus recalled from Walmart, Target, HEB for Listeria riskFood Safety News
Hummus Sold At Wal-Mart, Target Recalled for Listeria RiskNBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
Palm Beach Post -Consumerist -AOL -Food Poison Journal
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CBS News

Are today's teens more responsible about sex?
CBS News
When it comes to sex, teens may be more responsible than they're often given credit for. According to new government data, the percentage of American teens having sex is lower than in decades past – and more teens who do have sex are now using ...
Not quite half of American teens have had sex by 18. That's actually low.Washington Post
Most US Teens Aren't 'Doing It'Arizona Daily Star
Teens Today Are Having Less Sex. But Are Researchers Asking the Right Questions?Newsweek
USA TODAY -Pittsburgh Post-Gazette -Live Science -TIME
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Coconut oil is out. These are the oils you should be using, experts say
Last week, the American Heart Association said coconut oil is unhealthy, reigniting a conversation about saturated fat and leaving some confused about what is healthy. "There's a disconnect between people's general beliefs and what the data actually ...
This Is the Last Word on Coconut OilGizmodo
Coconut Oil Is Still Fine — Not Great, But FineNew York Magazine
Is Coconut Oil Healthy or Not? There's a Lot of Misinformation Out ThereAlterNet
Business Insider -The Australian -WSOC Charlotte
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Alton Telegraph

State warns Illinois residents about rabid animals
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – Illinois residents are being warned to beware of rabid animals after more than two dozen rabid bats have been reported in the state this year. In a news release, the Illinois Department of Public Health is offering tips on what to ...
Rabid Bats Are More Active Across Northern IllinoisWNIJ and WNIU
Rabid bat reports on the riseJacksonville Journal Courier
IDPH warning about rabid bats, says more than a dozen found in Illinois so far in 2017WIFR

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Pharmakon owner, compliance director face criminal charges
Indianapolis Business Journal
The owner and the director of compliance for Noblesville-based Pharmakon Pharmaceuticals Inc. have been charged with multiple criminal counts related to the sale of compounded painkillers that were as much as 25 times more potent than they should have ...
Pharmaceutical execs facing federal chargesFort Wayne Journal Gazette

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