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Did Drinking Give Me Breast Cancer? – Mother Jones

Looking for news you can trust? I thought I'd done everything right: breastfeeding my children, a careful diet, plenty of exercise. I was not overweight and did not have a family history. I bought BPA-free bottles for my filtered water. Invasive lobular carcinoma-a malignant breast tumor. Invasive lobular carcinoma, a malignant breast tumor. This spidery little beast measuring almost three …

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Brain injury in teens can give Alzheimer's risk: Lancet

Maintaining a traumatic brain injury (TBT) in the 20's can increase the risk of developing dementia including Alzheimer's in the 50's by 60 percent, a review of nearly three million patients has revealed. The findings, published in the journal The Lancet Psychiatry, showed that men with traumatic brain-damaged stories had a slightly higher degree of dementia development (30 percent compared …

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Nightworms have a higher risk of dying before

Credit: CC0 Public Domain "Nuggets" people who like to stay up late and have trouble getting out of bed in the morning – have a greater risk of dying sooner than "larks", people who have a natural preference to go to bed early and rise with the sun, according to a new study from Northwestern Medicine and University of Surrey …

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The World's Hottest Chili Pepper Lands NY Man in ER • Apex Tribune

After accepting a challenge to eat the world's hottest chili peppers, a 34-year-old man from the state of New York landed in the emergency room with outrageous pain. The man told the doctors that Carolina Reaper pepper probably comes behind the pain in the throat and thunderclap headache. Carolina Reaper was known as the hottest chile on the planet 2016 …

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Johnson & Johnson, supplier hit $ 80m in cancer costumes

Johnson & Johnson and its voice provider will need to cough up an additional $ 80 million to a New Jersey man who says he got cancer from the company's baby powder, a jury said Wednesday. The pharmaceutical giant was ordered to pay $ 55 million in punitive damages to Stephen Lanzo III and his wife, Kendra, of a New …

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Chocking amounts of plastic found in the beast of death

When a young sperm whale was washed on a Spanish beach earlier this year, researchers were keen to find out what caused the animal's death. After finding out what was in the stomach of the valence, they now think they know – and it points to a difficult problem facing today's marine life. Inside the stomach of juvenile perennial whales …

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STD's up in Michigan

LANSING, Mich. (WILX) – Sexually Transmitted Disease Rates are soaring, here in Michigan and across the country. Health experts say the numbers are reaching record highs. It's a taboo topic that can make people feel too shy to talk about. "Specifically we are talking about gonorrhea, chlamydia and syphilis," said Katie Macomber from the Michigan Department of Health and Human …

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In opioid epidemics, some cities are suffering from OD antidotes

In this photo on January 23, 2018, Leah Hill, a behavioral healthcare partner with the Baltimore City Health Department, shows a selection of Narcan nasal spray in Baltimore. The overdose drug is an important tool for facilitating US coast-to-coast opioid epidemics. But not everyone on the front line has everything they need. The Baltimore health department is rationing its supplies …

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Oxford residents speak smoking bans in housing communities

Numbers for text for Oxford residents speak smoking bans in housing communities Below is the text with text that is closed text. Because this uses automated numbers for text spelling and grammar may not be correct. will soon be banned from Theoxford Housing Authority, a nationwide move like U.s. The Department of Housing and Urban Development has been completed. Our …

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New Alzheimer's definition and clinic

Can Alzheimer's Disease Biomark Genetics Be Contained In The Bottle? The National Institute of Aging and Alzheimer's Association came yesterday with a new definition of Alzheimer's disease based on biomarkers. It is intended solely for research purposes, including recruitment for clinical trials – but is not intended for clinical diagnosis. However, when the door opens for a biomarker definition, it …

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