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Body-positive movement that contributes to obesity

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Drogsked sculpture located outside the headquarters of Purdue Pharma

Associated Press Published 11:32 a.m. ET June 23, 2018 A 800-pound sculpture titled "Purdue", created by artist Domenic Esposito, is shown outside Connecticut's headquarters of drug maker Purdue Pharma on Friday, June 22, 2018 in Stamford, Conn. The sculpture was inspired to create by Esposito brother's battle with addiction. Several state and local authorities agree that Purdue Pharma has used …

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What to know about mosquito-bearing disease

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West Nile Virus was found in Santa Cruz County

SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, CA – West Nile Virus was detected in a bird found in Santa Cruz County, officials said Friday. The county health authority said it was reported by the state that the virus was detected in an American source on June 13 after being found by a resident of Live Oak near 30th Avenue. Officials said the search …

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Drug-assisted treatment helps some recover from opioid addiction

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – The opioid abuse problem in our country has become an epidemic. The drug has worn families apart and has taken many lives because of overdose. Fighting abuse is difficult, but it can be done. In May, we introduced you to Daley Petrak who is recovering from opioid abuse. She joined 13 in your SIDE weekend weekend …

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Normalization of Plus Size sets Hidden Fetma Risk: Study

The so-called normalization of plus size has promoted body positivity for many people. According to a new study, dangers are also hidden, especially with regard to weight-related diseases. ( Tania Dimas | Pixabay ) Are there any hidden hazards for the so-called normalization of plus size? According to a new research, although it promotes body positivity, it can also undermine …

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Texas officials reduce health risk from small-known mosquito-bearing viruses that caused symptoms in their teens

Texas healthcare professionals are releasing any current health risk from a little known mosquito-borne virus that for the first time discovered that they had infected and caused symptoms in a person. University of Florida researchers reported this month that they are based on their analysis. A teenager who was tested for Zika two years ago actually had the Keystone virus, …

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Two Brunswick residents are attacked by rabid fox

Photo with permission of Maine IF & W Gray Fox is usually found in southern and central Maine, according to the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. Game wardens searched in Monmouth Monday for a gray fox believed to be rabid. A rabid fox attacked a Brunswick woman who fetched her mail Sunday, and then bitten a neighbor who …

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