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First drug for aggressive MS wins FDA approval after 40-year odyssey - The Boston Globe;

First drug for aggressive MS wins FDA approval after 40-year odyssey - The Boston Globe

The Boston GlobeFirst drug for aggressive MS wins FDA approval after 40-year odysseyThe Boston GlobeElizabeth D. Herman for STAT. Dr. Stephen Hauser. Forty years ago, one of Dr. Stephen Hauser's first patients was a young Harvard Law School graduate and White House aide with a case of multiple sclerosis that raced like a brush fire through her brain.Multiple sclerosis drug, Ocrevus, gets FDA approvalWashington PostFDA-OK'd Drug Offers Hope to Sickest MS PatientsPhilly.comFDA approves first treatment for severe type of multiple sclerosisCNNSeeking Alpha -Multiple Sclerosis News Today -Xconomy -Pharmacy Timesall 72 news articles »

Day care provider ticketed after girl tests positive for THC - Washington Post;

Day care provider ticketed after girl tests positive for THC - Washington Post

Washington PostDay care provider ticketed after girl tests positive for THCWashington PostHICKMAN, Neb. — A southeastern Nebraska child care provider is in hot water after authorities say a child in her care tested positive for the psychoactive drug in marijuana. The Lancaster County Sheriff's Office says deputies were called to a Lincoln ...Day care provider cited after 2-year-old tests positive for THC exposureLincoln Journal StarDaycare provider cited after 2-year-old suffers THC exposureWOWTDay-care provider baked pot brownies, then made cookies for kids with the same pan, officials saykwbeNebraska Radio Network -KLINall 9 news articles »

Are Marathons Bad for Your Kidneys? - Shape Magazine;

Are Marathons Bad for Your Kidneys? - Shape Magazine

Shape MagazineAre Marathons Bad for Your Kidneys?Shape MagazineA new study shows that long-endurance exercise may lead to kidney damage, but it's not as scary as it sounds. Charlotte Hilton Andersen's picture. By Charlotte Hilton Andersen | Mar 29, 2017. 1200-new-york-city-marathon.jpg. If you were to ask people ...The Many Ways Running a Marathon Destroys Your BodyDiscover Magazine (blog)The weird internal injury runners suffer after a marathonNew York PostStudy: Kidney injury is a short-term risk of running marathonsChannel3000.com - WISC-TV3Physical Therapy Products -Newsweek -Newsmax -The Atlanticall 48 news articles »

IHOP waiter says he was offered nursing job after helping feed disabled customer - My Fox Boston;

IHOP waiter says he was offered nursing job after helping feed disabled customer - My Fox Boston

My Fox BostonIHOP waiter says he was offered nursing job after helping feed disabled customerMy Fox BostonSPRINGFIELD, Ill. - A waiter is getting a lot of attention for feeding a disabled customer at an IHOP restaurant. >> Read more trending news. Related Headlines. Business people shaking hands in meeting. Jobseeker's interview canceled after she asked ...Local Waiter's Act of Kindness Going Viral | WICSWICSThis IHOP Waiter Helps A Woman With A Disability Eat Breakfast And People Are Beyond TouchedBuzzFeed Newsall 42 news articles »

Greatest rise in heroin use was among white people, study says - CNN;

Greatest rise in heroin use was among white people, study says - CNN

CNNGreatest rise in heroin use was among white people, study saysCNN(CNN) The numbers are startling -- in 2015, 52,404 people died from drug overdoses according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Sixty-three percent of those deaths involved an opioid. More people die from drug overdoses than from ...Heroin and Addiction Rates Rise SharplyU.S. News & World ReportHeroin Epidemic Expands Its Grip on AmericaPhilly.comHeroin Use Spikes Fivefold in USNBCNews.comMedscape -Live Science -UPI.com -Healioall 19 news articles »

Outrageous: Trump wants to cut $300 million in HIV/AIDS funding - LGBTQ Nation;

Outrageous: Trump wants to cut $300 million in HIV/AIDS funding - LGBTQ Nation

LGBTQ NationOutrageous: Trump wants to cut $300 million in HIV/AIDS fundingLGBTQ NationUnidentified orphan Swazi schoolboy in a local school on August 6, 2008 in Mbabane, Swaziland. 10 percent of Swaziland's total population were orphans that year due to HIV/AIDS. Shutterstock. The Trump Administration has asked Congress to cut funding ...White House Proposes Massive Cuts to PEPFAR, AIDS Research and Prevention in US – TowleroadGayTodayTrump and Pence want to slash $350 million from HIV/AIDS prevention budgetsPinkNewsSouth Africa: Donald Trump's Impact On Civil Society Could Be Far-ReachingAllAfrica.comDeath and Taxes -The Good Men Project (blog) -Romperall 9 news articles »

Python Swallows Indonesian Man Whole, With Aftermath Caught on Video - New York Times;

Python Swallows Indonesian Man Whole, With Aftermath Caught on Video - New York Times

New York TimesPython Swallows Indonesian Man Whole, With Aftermath Caught on VideoNew York TimesJAKARTA, Indonesia — It looks like a horror movie. As a villager slices open the belly of a python, a man's body emerges, after it had been swallowed whole by the giant snake the day before. The video of the episode emerged after a search party in the ...Indonesia man swallowed by python, villagers and reports sayHawaii News NowAn Indonesian man disappeared. Villagers found his body inside a 23-foot-long python.Fredericksburg.comGiant python kills, swallows whole 25-year-old manOrlando SentinelPerezHilton.com -wtkr.com -AOL -WFTV Orlandoall 137 news articles »

Here are New Jersey's 10 healthiest counties - Asbury Park Press;

Here are New Jersey's 10 healthiest counties - Asbury Park Press

Asbury Park PressHere are New Jersey's 10 healthiest countiesAsbury Park PressMorris County residents are the picture of health. Cumberland County residents are struggling with obesity and unemployment. Monmouth County residents could stand to cut back on their drinking, and Ocean County residents would benefit from more mental ...Where Americans Exercise the MostTIMEPremature deaths rise in US as opioid epidemic worsens, report findsABC NewsHealth rankings highlight Ohio's opiate crisis, youth dropout and unemploymentcleveland.comNBC 10 Philadelphia -Patch.com -WGRZ-TV -Richmond Registerall 179 news articles »

Paralysed man feeds himself with help of implants - BBC News;

Paralysed man feeds himself with help of implants - BBC News

Washington TimesParalysed man feeds himself with help of implantsBBC NewsA paralysed man has been able to feed himself by using his thoughts to send messages from implants in his brain to ones in his arm. Bill Kochevar, who was paralysed in a cycling accident, said he was "wowed" to regain control of his right arm ...Brain implants help paralyzed man drink coffee on his own for 1st time in yearsABC NewsParalyzed Man Uses Thoughts to Control His Own Arm And HandNPRA Paralyzed Man Was Able Move His Arm With His BrainTIMECBS News -cleveland.com -Washington Post -CNBCall 35 news articles »

Senator McCaskill opens investigation into opioid manufacturers - CNN;

Senator McCaskill opens investigation into opioid manufacturers - CNN

CNNSenator McCaskill opens investigation into opioid manufacturersCNN(CNN) Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill has launched an investigation into some of the country's leading prescription drug manufacturers, demanding documents and records dating back the past five years which indicate just what the companies knew of the ...Senator to investigate opioid makers' role in drug crisisWashington PostMcCaskill investigating opioid producersThe Hill'This didn't happen overnight': Congressional committee launches investigation into American opioid producersBusiness InsiderBloomberg -Daily Caller -Mother Jones -U.S. News & World Reportall 29 news articles »

Device Mimicking Female Reproductive Cycle Could Aid Research - NPR;

Device Mimicking Female Reproductive Cycle Could Aid Research - NPR

NPRDevice Mimicking Female Reproductive Cycle Could Aid ResearchNPRScientists say they've made a device in the lab that can mimic the human female reproductive cycle. The researchers hope the device, assembled from living tissue, will lead to new treatments for many medical problems that plague some women, ranging ...Women's Entire Menstrual Cycle Replicated in a LabLive ScienceMenstrual cycle recreated 'in a dish'BBC NewsFemale menstrual cycle in a dishEurekAlert (press release)Discover Magazine (blog) -WIRED -The Verge -New York Magazineall 25 news articles »

Coca-Cola drinks 'poisonous,' judge rules - KSAT San Antonio;

Coca-Cola drinks 'poisonous,' judge rules - KSAT San Antonio

KSAT San AntonioCoca-Cola drinks 'poisonous,' judge rulesKSAT San AntonioLAGOS, Nigeria (CNN) - Consumers of Sprite and Fanta have more to worry about than rotting teeth, according to a Lagos High Court judge, who ruled that the Coca-Cola products could be "poisonous." The court held that high levels of benzoic acid and ...Nigerian court says Coke products may be 'poisonous'Atlanta Business ChronicleNigerian Court Declares That Sprite and Fanta Are 'Poisonous'Grub StreetFanta, Sprite: Scientists back govt on food preservativesThe Nation NewspaperVanguard -World Report Now -Taipei Times -NAIJ.COMall 10 news articles »

For babies, breastfeeding is still best, even if it doesn't make them smarter (though it might) - Los Angeles Times;

For babies, breastfeeding is still best, even if it doesn't make them smarter (though it might) - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesFor babies, breastfeeding is still best, even if it doesn't make them smarter (though it might)Los Angeles TimesThere are lots of reasons why doctors encourage new mothers to breastfeed their babies. Compared with babies who get formula, babies who are breastfed are less likely to die as a result of infections, sudden infant death syndrome or any other reason.Study shows no long-term cognitive benefit to breastfeedingCNNBreastfeeding Won't Make Your Child Smarter In The Long Run, Study SaysHuffington PostSorry Moms, Breastfeeding Isn't Making Your Babies SmarterThe Stir9NEWS.com -MedPage Today -Shape Magazine -Newsweekall 25 news articles »

Cats actually like people, says new university study - SFGate;

Cats actually like people, says new university study - SFGate

SFGateCats actually like people, says new university studySFGateA new study completed by researchers at Oregon State University and New Jersey's Monmouth University has found that cats are actually quite fond of people. The study, published in "Behavioural Processes" on Friday, states that based on experiments ...A study of 50 cats has found that felines prefer spending time with humans to eating food and playing with toys.Daily MailCats Actually Like Being With You More Than You ThinkNewsweekCats are nice and enjoy time with humans, study suggestsYahoo NewsMetro -Telegraph.co.uk -Thrillist -Sputnik Internationalall 14 news articles »

11-year-old girl's hands covered in third-degree burns after making

11-year-old girl's hands covered in third-degree burns after making "slime" - CBS News

Atlanta Journal Constitution11-year-old girl's hands covered in third-degree burns after making "slime"CBS NewsKathleen Quinn just finished creating a popular gooey concoction called “slime” at her kitchen table last week when she noticed both of her hands were starting to hurt. The 11-year-old girl from Rockland, Massachusetts, said her skin suddenly started ...Girl ends up with 3rd-degree burns from homemade slimeKABC-TVGirl suffers severe burns doing popular DIY science projectKIRO SeattleGirl suffers third-degree burns making popular DIY project for kidsFox 59Patch.com -Hawaii News Now -Chron.com -WTSP.comall 46 news articles »

A look at the victims in the Canadian avalanche - The Boston Globe;

A look at the victims in the Canadian avalanche - The Boston Globe

The Boston GlobeA look at the victims in the Canadian avalancheThe Boston GlobeThe victims of an avalanche in Canada earlier this month have been identified as Victor Fedorov and Lauren Zeitels, both doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital. The two doctors were described as “rising young stars” by the hospital's president.Avalanche Victims Remembered by Hospital ColleaguesU.S. News & World Report2 MGH doctors identified as victims in deadly avalancheMy Fox BostonCanadian avalanche victims were MGH doctorsBoston.comNECN -Calgary Sun -CBS Philly -CTV Newsall 15 news articles »

What Gave Some Primates Bigger Brains? A Fruit-Filled Diet - KPBS;

What Gave Some Primates Bigger Brains? A Fruit-Filled Diet - KPBS

KPBSWhat Gave Some Primates Bigger Brains? A Fruit-Filled DietKPBSPrimates like this baboon may have evolved larger, more complex brains over generations of seeking out fruit rather than sticking to low-calorie leaves. From left to right: lemur, vervet monkey, baboon, chimpanzee, human (. Photo by Nature and the ...Fruit fuelled evolution of a bigger brain - studyNews24The Mysterious Cause Of Humans' Big Brains May Simply Be A Fruity DietNewsyA change in diet may have helped our brains get so bigBBC NewsScientific American -Science Magazine -Telegraph.co.uk -Daily Mailall 13 news articles »

Why Trump Could Still Be a Threat to Medical Device Stocks - Nasdaq;

Why Trump Could Still Be a Threat to Medical Device Stocks - Nasdaq

NasdaqWhy Trump Could Still Be a Threat to Medical Device StocksNasdaqThe Republican healthcare bill, American Health Care Act (ACHA), which was released earlier this month with the target to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA), hasn't found favor with the masses. This has come as a sigh of relief for the healthcare ...The Trump Administration's War on ScienceNew York TimesMoving AHRQ Into The NIH: New Beginning Or Beginning Of The End?Health Affairs (blog)Republicans Question Trum's Proposed NIH CutsNewsmaxHealthcare Finance News -Forbes -GenomeWeb -Deseret Newsall 17 news articles »

Niraparib Approved for Ovarian Cancer Maintenance Tx - Medscape;

Niraparib Approved for Ovarian Cancer Maintenance Tx - Medscape

Investor's Business DailyNiraparib Approved for Ovarian Cancer Maintenance TxMedscapeNiraparib (Zejula, Tesaro) has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in the maintenance treatment of recurrent epithelial ovarian, fallopian tube, or primary peritoneal cancer in patients who are in complete or partial ...FDA approves maintenance treatment for recurrent epithelial ovarian, fallopian tube or primary peritoneal cancersFDA.govTesaro's ovarian cancer drug wins early approvalThe Boston GlobeAfter-hours buzz: RHT, DRI, TSRO & moreCNBCHealio -TheStreet.com -Curetoday.com -MedPage Todayall 40 news articles »

If You Like April The Giraffe Online, You Should See The Real Thing On Safari - Forbes;

If You Like April The Giraffe Online, You Should See The Real Thing On Safari - Forbes

ForbesIf You Like April The Giraffe Online, You Should See The Real Thing On SafariForbesApril the Giraffe has become an internet sensation, the world watching online, eagerly expecting her to deliver her baby any day now. She has her own website, live feed and Twitter handle, and when my wife clicked to watch her live last night, more ...Watch live video of April the pregnant giraffe after an 'interesting' nightfox2now.comIs April The Giraffe Close To Giving Birth?CBS LocalApril the Giraffe update, FAQ'sWCNC.comInternational Business Times -The Inquisitr -Chattanooga Times Free Press -myfox8.comall 46 news articles »