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2. More people died from opioid overdoses than by guns or car crashes in 2017, preliminary data shows - Salon20:22[−]

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More people died from opioid overdoses than by guns or car crashes in 2017, preliminary data shows
Salon
Preliminary data released by the Centers for Disease and Control paints a grim picture of America's opioid crisis. Even as awareness has increased across the nation and opioid makers have vowed to stop pushing the drugs to physicians as they face ...
Oregon sees spike in synthetic opioid overdose deathsThe Register-Guard
More people are dying from overdosing on prescription opioidsThe Sydney Morning Herald
ABQ considering litigation against opioid manufacturersAlbuquerque Journal
The Hilltop Monitor - ClickLancashire - PersonalTech MD (blog) - Infosurhoy
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3. Why Are So Many Americans Flushing Their Contacts Down the Toilet? - The Atlantic17:36[−]

The Atlantic

Why Are So Many Americans Flushing Their Contacts Down the Toilet?
The Atlantic
I hadn't given much thought to throwing away my contacts in the toilet. I don't do it often, just when the bathroom trash can is full. It doesn't seem especially dangerous—contact lenses feel so impermanent, so flimsy and transparent that they'll ...
Before You Flush Your Contact Lenses, You Might Want to Know ThisNew York Times
The environmental cost of contact lensesPhys.Org
Flushing contact lenses down the sink or toilet is 'adding to plastic pollution in oceans and rivers'Daily Mail
Inverse - Refinery29 - BBC News - Arizona State University
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4. Blood pressure guidelines changed, and that wasn't good for my elderly mother - Washington Post16:34[−]

Washington Post

Blood pressure guidelines changed, and that wasn't good for my elderly mother
Washington Post
Last summer, during a routine visit by my 92-year-old mother to a cardiologist for a pacemaker check, her systolic blood pressure registered a dangerously high 220, over 94, a reading that sent her — and me — on a difficult journey through changing ...
How to reduce high blood pressure: This simple diet change can cut riskDaily Star
SHOCKING!!! As Doctor Revealed New Way Of Curing High Blood Pressure And Hypertension Completely Without DrugsVanguard

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5. It took 4 years, 3 miscarriages and 1616 shots to make this baby - WSMV Nashville15:35[−]

WSMV Nashville

It took 4 years, 3 miscarriages and 1616 shots to make this baby
WSMV Nashville
(CNN) -- This photo is testament to an undying hope in the face of heartbreak after heartbreak. Wearing a rainbow swaddle, the 2-week-old is encircled with hundreds of syringes showing her parents' IVF struggles. The heart around her is made of the ...
Parents' photo of baby encircled by hundreds of IVF needles goes viralfox4kc.com
A Photo Capturing One Couple's 4-Year Fertility Struggle Is Going ViralTIME
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6. West Virginia University: HFMD among Mountaineer football team prompts postponement of Fan Day - Outbreak News Today15:15[−]

Outbreak News Today

West Virginia University: HFMD among Mountaineer football team prompts postponement of Fan Day
Outbreak News Today
At least five West Virginia University (WVU) football players have been identified with the contagious viral infection, hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD), which has prompted the postponement of Fan Day today. Image/ National Atlas of the United States.
Football Fan Day Canceled Over Hand, Foot, And Mouth Disease OutbreakTech Times
West Virginia postpones Fan Day due to virusSFGate
WVU Fan Day postponed because of virusHuntington Herald Dispatch

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7. Boy dying from leukemia wants racing stickers for his casket - WSB Atlanta15:15[−]

WSB Atlanta

Boy dying from leukemia wants racing stickers for his casket
WSB Atlanta
DES MOINES, Iowa - A terminally ill Iowa boy who wants to decorate his casket with racing stickers is asking the public for help. According to the Des Moines Register, Caleb Hammond, 11, of Oskaloosa, was diagnosed with leukemia in February 2017.
An 11-year-old boy dying from leukemia wants racing stickers for his casket9News.com KUSA
An 11-year-old Iowa boy dying from leukemia has one wish: Send him stickers for his casketDesMoinesRegister.com
An 11-year-old Iowa boy dying from leukemia has one wish: Send him stickers for his casket - The Des Moines RegisterThe Des Moines Register
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8. Rabies alert for Florida city after infected bat found - New York Daily News13:36[−]

WCTV

Rabies alert for Florida city after infected bat found
New York Daily News
A rabies alert has been issued in a Florida city after a bat tested positive for the dangerous disease. The alert was issued by the state health department for part of Boca Raton . Tests results last week confirmed the bat was rabid. The South Florida ...
Rabies Alert Issued In Boca Raton After Infected Bat FoundCBS Miami

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9. Rate of women addicted to opioids during pregnancy quadrupled in 15 years, CDC says - fox4kc.com10:00[−]

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Rate of women addicted to opioids during pregnancy quadrupled in 15 years, CDC says
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Nationwide, the rate of opioid use disorder among women delivering babies more than quadrupled over the 15-year period ending in 2014. That's according to a Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report published Thursday by the US Centers for Disease ...
Study: Rising Rate of Moms in Labor With Opioid Use DisorderU.S. News & World Report
CDC: Vermont No. 1 in Opioid Dependent MomsValley News
CDC Report Shows High Rate Of Maine Mothers With Opioid Use Disorder During Labor And DeliveryMaine Public

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10. This hospital is seeing a baby boom with 16 nurses pregnant at the same time - fox4kc.com01:46[−]

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This hospital is seeing a baby boom with 16 nurses pregnant at the same time
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MESA, Ariz. — There's apparently something in the water at a hospital in Arizona with 16 nurses all being pregnant. ABC News reported that the nurses at Banner Desert Medical Center are all expecting between October and January. “I don't think we ...
16 nurses from same Arizona intensive care unit pregnant at same timeThe Independent
Baby boom at Arizona hospital with 16 pregnant nursesHerald-Whig
Babies on board: Sixteen Arizona nurses become pregnant at same timeMeaww
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11. The spaghetti-breaking mystery has finally been solved - Tampa Bay TimesСб., 18 авг.[−]

Tampa Bay Times

The spaghetti-breaking mystery has finally been solved
Tampa Bay Times
A quick Google search of the current biggest mysteries in physics turns up a daunting list of questions: What exactly is dark matter? Why does time only move in one direction? What happens inside a black hole? But sometimes, as American physicist and ...
Two MIT students just solved Richard Feynman's famed physics puzzleBig Think (blog)
Snap that: Mystery of how to break spaghetti into two cracked!The Hilltop Monitor

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