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Los Angeles Times
'Pop should be weird': Shura channels a gentle outsider spirit on 'Nothing's Real'track recounts a panic attack in vivid detail: “Call up my relatives, tell them
'Pop should be weird': Shura channels a gentle outsider spirit on 'Nothing's Real'
Los Angeles Times / Posted 4 minutes ago
track recounts a panic attack in vivid detail: “Call up my relatives, tell them I’m done / I’m a dead girl walking / I need medicine.” Like her breakout “Touch,” the song humanizes its drama. “Pop production can be so focused on being euphoric and... Read more
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Philly.com
Law unfairly gave shale drillers 'special' treatment, Pa. Supreme Court rulessaid Frankel, who has sponsored legislation aimed at repealing that provision o
Law unfairly gave shale drillers 'special' treatment, Pa. Supreme Court rules
Philly.com / Posted 5 minutes ago
said Frankel, who has sponsored legislation aimed at repealing that provision of Act 13. " And doctors and nurses shouldn't have to choose between caring for their patients or following a law that would have forced them to practice bad me... Read more
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express
Ibuprofen link to heart failure: Over-the-counter painkillers raise risk by almost 20%prescribed painkillers have been warned to take the lowest effective dose and t
Ibuprofen link to heart failure: Over-the-counter painkillers raise risk by almost 20%
express / Posted 6 minutes ago
prescribed painkillers have been warned to take the lowest effective dose and try to limit the length of time on the medicine. The fresh health warning over the use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) comes after analysis... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Utah man may have contracted Zika from dying father's tearsThe research done by University of Utah doctors and reported in the New England
Utah man may have contracted Zika from dying father's tears
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 9 minutes ago
The research done by University of Utah doctors and reported in the New England Journal of Medicine, doesn't give definite answers to why the father's levels were so high or why the son contracted the virus in a way not documented anywhere else. But... Read more
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NorthWest Cable News
Letter gives insight to Cascade Mall shooting victim's hopesi’m a hard worker and finish all my homework, or at least do as much as i can o
Letter gives insight to Cascade Mall shooting victim's hopes
NorthWest Cable News / Posted 10 minutes ago
i’m a hard worker and finish all my homework, or at least do as much as i can on my own. I am interested in the career of medicine, I really want to become a doctor or nurse and help people. When i’m older i only want to get married once, with the... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
Letter gives insight to Cascade Mall shooting victim's hopesi’m a hard worker and finish all my homework, or at least do as much as i can o
Letter gives insight to Cascade Mall shooting victim's hopes
KING5 Seattle / Posted 11 minutes ago
i’m a hard worker and finish all my homework, or at least do as much as i can on my own. I am interested in the career of medicine, I really want to become a doctor or nurse and help people. When i’m older i only want to get married once, with the... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
Surgery for uncontrollable sweating saves cop's jobSAN ANTONIO -- Benjamin Hetrick tried everything to get rid of his excessive sw
Surgery for uncontrollable sweating saves cop's job
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted 15 minutes ago
SAN ANTONIO -- Benjamin Hetrick tried everything to get rid of his excessive sweating, or hyperhidrosis. Medicine, cream, and even a type of electric current therapy all failed. That was a problem for the recent San Antonio police academy... Read more
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Daily Herald
Utah man may have contracted Zika from dying father's tearswith his bare hands. The research by University of Utah doctors and published
Utah man may have contracted Zika from dying father's tears
Daily Herald / Posted 17 minutes ago
with his bare hands. The research by University of Utah doctors and published Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine says the unusual transmission was likely caused by the dying father having 100,000 times the normal level of the... Read more
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Faster Louder
Bluesfest has just revealed two smooth additions for 2017Doobie Brothers Second announcement: Mary J. Blige Corinne Bailey Rae Micha
Bluesfest has just revealed two smooth additions for 2017
Faster Louder / Posted 17 minutes ago
Doobie Brothers Second announcement: Mary J. Blige Corinne Bailey Rae Michael Kiwanuka Nahko And Medicine For The People Gallant The Suffers First announcement: Zac Brown Band Patti Smith and Her Band perform Horses... Read more
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PhysOrg
Enzyme research opens doors to developing new inhibitors for arthritisTucker and Sarah Mackenzie from the Department of Molecular and Structural Bioc
Enzyme research opens doors to developing new inhibitors for arthritis
PhysOrg / Posted 18 minutes ago
Tucker and Sarah Mackenzie from the Department of Molecular and Structural Biochemistry and the Center for Comparative Medicine and Translational Research at North Carolina State University. The research provides a database of caspase-3... Read more
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The Record
Driver in Kitchener crash that killed toddler may have been holding a beer, trial toldunit from Priority Mechanical Services Ltd. in... If you or someone close to y
Driver in Kitchener crash that killed toddler may have been holding a beer, trial told
The Record / Posted 18 minutes ago
unit from Priority Mechanical Services Ltd. in... If you or someone close to you takes medication on an ongoing basis, The Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy... The law office of Peter M. Miller in Waterloo understands that selling your home can be costly... Read more
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The Record
Mapping the future of areas nearest the LRTmissing, broken or badly decayed teeth, you’ll... If you or someone close to y
Mapping the future of areas nearest the LRT
The Record / Posted 18 minutes ago
missing, broken or badly decayed teeth, you’ll... If you or someone close to you takes medication on an ongoing basis, The Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy... PC Depot in Cambridge has over 20 years in business providing IT and networking expertise... Read more
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WTKR Norfolk
Little kidney stone? Ride a roller coaster, says studypose more complex health problems. “We try to get our (medical) students to thi
Little kidney stone? Ride a roller coaster, says study
WTKR Norfolk / Posted 18 minutes ago
pose more complex health problems. “We try to get our (medical) students to think about prevention as opposed to what medicine we can give or what procedure we can do,” Wartinger says. It is also a great parable of doctor-patient... Read more
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New Kerala
Centre to extend full support to boost Assam's health sector: JP Nadda - newkerala.com #125257it to international standard, he remarked. India has earned immense name in ph
Centre to extend full support to boost Assam's health sector: JP Nadda - newkerala.com #125257
New Kerala / Posted 19 minutes ago
it to international standard, he remarked. India has earned immense name in pharmaceutical industry for the quality of medicine and the Central Government will leave no stone unturned to maintain this reputation, JP Nadda said. The Union... Read more
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Boston Globe
Dr. Paula Johnson to be inaugurated as 14th president of Wellesley Collegeof the Connors Center for Women’s Health and Gender Biology at Brigham and Wome
Dr. Paula Johnson to be inaugurated as 14th president of Wellesley College
Boston Globe / Posted 20 minutes ago
of the Connors Center for Women’s Health and Gender Biology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She was also a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and professor of epidemiology at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Among those... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Orange County Sheriff's Office saves lives with overdose antidoteSince the Sheriff's Office began outfitting 700 deputies with naloxone nasal sp
Orange County Sheriff's Office saves lives with overdose antidote
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 24 minutes ago
Since the Sheriff's Office began outfitting 700 deputies with naloxone nasal spray on July 21, they have used the medicine on 11 people, Lt. Parks Duncan said at the Sheriff's Office's 2016 Crime Summit on Wednesday. It cost the Sheriff's Office... Read more
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Reuters
The cost of cheap drugs? Toxic Indian lake is 'superbug hotspot'its own monitoring shows the situation has improved. The rise of drug-resistan
The cost of cheap drugs? Toxic Indian lake is 'superbug hotspot'
Reuters / Posted 30 minutes ago
its own monitoring shows the situation has improved. The rise of drug-resistant "superbugs" is a growing threat to modern medicine, with the emergence in the past year of infections resistant to even last-resort antibiotics. In the United States... Read more
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The Morning Call
Mystery Zika case in Utah was likely spread by virus victim to son through sweat or tearshe had remained at his father's side in the hospital. In a case study publishe
Mystery Zika case in Utah was likely spread by virus victim to son through sweat or tears
The Morning Call / Posted 32 minutes ago
he had remained at his father's side in the hospital. In a case study published Wednesday in The New England Journal of Medicine, the medical team who cared for both patients said it's likely the younger man contracted the virus through his... Read more
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FOX40 Sacramento
Little Kidney Stone? Ride a Roller Coaster, Study Sayspose more complex health problems. “We try to get our (medical) students to thi
Little Kidney Stone? Ride a Roller Coaster, Study Says
FOX40 Sacramento / Posted 32 minutes ago
pose more complex health problems. “We try to get our (medical) students to think about prevention as opposed to what medicine we can give or what procedure we can do,” Wartinger says. It is also a great parable of doctor-patient... Read more
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Daily Mail
Why so many women are succumbing to late life lustDomoney, a consultant gynaecologist at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and
Why so many women are succumbing to late life lust
Daily Mail / Posted 35 minutes ago
Domoney, a consultant gynaecologist at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and a member of The Institute of Psychosexual Medicine, says it would be misleading to focus on hormones to the exclusion of a woman’s life and relationships. ‘There are... Read more
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Daily Mail
Your husband's brain is bigger than yours— which is not much better than guessing. Professor Marek Glezerman, the presi
Your husband's brain is bigger than yours
Daily Mail / Posted 35 minutes ago
— which is not much better than guessing. Professor Marek Glezerman, the president of the International Society for Gender Medicine, is another critic: 'Functionally, the brains of women and men are indeed different. Not better, not worse, neither... Read more
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The Telegraph
The illiberal artsin the humanities should pay higher tuition than students choosing business and
The illiberal arts
The Telegraph / Posted 46 minutes ago
in the humanities should pay higher tuition than students choosing business and the STEM (science, technology, engineering, medicine) fields. Around the same time, Pat McCrory, of North Carolina, made a statement, now equally infamous: "If you want... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Alcohol produces same neural and molecular changes as rapid antidepressant drugsinvestigator, Kimberly Raab-Graham, Ph.D., associate professor of physiology an
Alcohol produces same neural and molecular changes as rapid antidepressant drugs
News-Medical-Net / Posted 48 minutes ago
investigator, Kimberly Raab-Graham, Ph.D., associate professor of physiology and pharmacology at Wake Forest School of Medicine, part of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. "We now have biochemical and behavioral data to support that... Read more
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Daily Record
Warning that common painkiller used by millions increases risk of heart failureexecutive of the Proprietary Association of Great Britain, the trade body for m
Warning that common painkiller used by millions increases risk of heart failure
Daily Record / Posted 49 minutes ago
executive of the Proprietary Association of Great Britain, the trade body for manufacturers of branded over-the-counter medicines, said: “Safety is of paramount importance to the OTC medicines industry. “If anyone has any concerns about an... Read more
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KCCI 8 Des Moines
Little kidney stone? Ride a roller coaster, says studypose more complex health problems. "We try to get our (medical) students to thi
Little kidney stone? Ride a roller coaster, says study
KCCI 8 Des Moines / Posted 51 minutes ago
pose more complex health problems. "We try to get our (medical) students to think about prevention as opposed to what medicine we can give or what procedure we can do," Wartinger says. It is also a great parable of doctor-patient... Read more
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11 News Houston
Doctor makes vaccines with cat saliva and vodka, license suspendedor neurological disorder. None of Lin's methods is approved by the Food and Dr
Doctor makes vaccines with cat saliva and vodka, license suspended
11 News Houston / Posted 52 minutes ago
or neurological disorder. None of Lin's methods is approved by the Food and Drug Administration or regarded as legitimate medicine. He didn't inform his patients of the risks of failing to follow vaccine guidelines, the state's paperwork says. A... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Mystery Zika case in Utah was likely spread by virus victim to son through sweat or tearshe had remained at his father's side in the hospital. In a case study publishe
Mystery Zika case in Utah was likely spread by virus victim to son through sweat or tears
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 53 minutes ago
he had remained at his father's side in the hospital. In a case study published Wednesday in The New England Journal of Medicine, the medical team who cared for both patients said it's likely the younger man contracted the virus through his... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Goodbye to homework for some elementary schools and classeslearners while improving their sense of independence, and time management and s
Goodbye to homework for some elementary schools and classes
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 54 minutes ago
learners while improving their sense of independence, and time management and study skills, Cooper said. "Homework is like medicine. If you take too little, it does nothing. If you take too much, it can kill you," Cooper said. "You've got to get... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Only on ABC-7: Dental school's impact on El Paso's healthin El Paso. ABC-7 wanted to find out what the next steps are ahead of the openi
Only on ABC-7: Dental school's impact on El Paso's health
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted an hour ago
in El Paso. ABC-7 wanted to find out what the next steps are ahead of the opening of the Woody L. Hunt School of Dental Medicine, and how a dental school will change the health of El Paso residents. Dr. Richard Lange, the president of Texas... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Launch of Northeastern Ontario’s first-ever Aboriginal Health Care Reconciliation Action Plansaid Gloria Daybutch, chair of the NE LHIN’s LAHC. The strategies of the plan
Launch of Northeastern Ontario’s first-ever Aboriginal Health Care Reconciliation Action Plan
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted an hour ago
said Gloria Daybutch, chair of the NE LHIN’s LAHC. The strategies of the plan are developed around the directions of the medicine wheel–Opportunities (East), Relationships (South), Knowledge and Understanding (West), and Sustainability and... Read more
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Philly.com
Ronald J. Tallarida, pharmacology expert at Temple, 79spent his entire career, spanning more than five decades, as a pharmacology pro
Ronald J. Tallarida, pharmacology expert at Temple, 79
Philly.com / Posted an hour ago
spent his entire career, spanning more than five decades, as a pharmacology professor at Temple University's school of medicine. He retired in 2013 and remained a professor emeritus. As a researcher and the author of 11 popular text books, Dr.... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Mystery Zika case in Utah was likely spread by virus victim to son through sweat or tearshe had remained at his father's side in the hospital. In a case study publishe
Mystery Zika case in Utah was likely spread by virus victim to son through sweat or tears
Sun-Sentinel / Posted an hour ago
he had remained at his father's side in the hospital. In a case study published Wednesday in The New England Journal of Medicine, the medical team who cared for both patients said it's likely the younger man contracted the virus through his... Read more
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Arkansas Times
Hot Water Hills Arts and Music Festival returns to Hot Springshas branched off into a number of subsets: TED Women, focused on issues of gend
Hot Water Hills Arts and Music Festival returns to Hot Springs
Arkansas Times / Posted an hour ago
has branched off into a number of subsets: TED Women, focused on issues of gender; TEDMED, focused on health and medicine; NPR's TED Radio Hour, a podcast that organizes TED according to a shared theme; TED Salon, an abbreviated evening... Read more
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Arkansas Times
EpiPen lessonthan family earnings and five times faster than inflation, owing mostly to drug
EpiPen lesson
Arkansas Times / Posted an hour ago
than family earnings and five times faster than inflation, owing mostly to drug prices and especially those of lifesaving medicine where drug companies know the market will bear any price hike. Government, in the persons of Congress, the Food and... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Assisted dying available in Quintethere. “We generally aren't involved in the conversations as of yet,” she said
Assisted dying available in Quinte
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted an hour ago
there. “We generally aren't involved in the conversations as of yet,” she said. “We don't get involved with any kind of medicine or medical treatment. “If they were to come up we would direct them to their families and their... Read more
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The Record
N.S. minister pushes back on health transferare considering home transactions without... If you or someone close to you ta
N.S. minister pushes back on health transfer
The Record / Posted an hour ago
are considering home transactions without... If you or someone close to you takes medication on an ongoing basis, The Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy... Located at the Highland Dental Office in Kitchener, the full-service dental clinic of Dr.... Read more
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Yahoo Sports
Arnold Palmer's Fight Against Cancer Was Bigger than Himselfby having the thing cut out. And then later I had to endure radiation therapy.
Arnold Palmer's Fight Against Cancer Was Bigger than Himself
Yahoo Sports / Posted an hour ago
by having the thing cut out. And then later I had to endure radiation therapy. As they often say, laughter is the best medicine. Of course, I had to turn more serious in my remarks. "If you have a physical, you will want to have a PSA test... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
WADA defends TUE system after athletes’ data leakedthat the number of TUEs had dramatically increased in the past year are false,
WADA defends TUE system after athletes’ data leaked
The Globe and Mail / Posted an hour ago
that the number of TUEs had dramatically increased in the past year are false, added Valerie Fourneyron, the head Health, Medicine and Research at WADA. “(The number seems to have increased) because more and more national anti-doping agencies... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
St. Rose offers free flu shots at Oct. 8 drive-thru cliniclive remote at the clinic. St. Rose specializes in primary care, prevention an
St. Rose offers free flu shots at Oct. 8 drive-thru clinic
Great Bend Tribune / Posted an hour ago
live remote at the clinic. St. Rose specializes in primary care, prevention and wellness. Services include St. Rose Family Medicine, Convenient Care Walk-in Clinic, Great Bend Internists, Imaging, Cardiac Rehab, Physical Therapy, Golden Belt Home... Read more
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PR NewsChannel
Exceptional Cardiologist Herbert A. Insel, MD, FACC, will be Highlighted in The Leading Physicians of the Worldcardiology to his patients. Dr. Insel received his Medical degree in 1979 from
Exceptional Cardiologist Herbert A. Insel, MD, FACC, will be Highlighted in The Leading Physicians of the World
PR NewsChannel / Posted an hour ago
cardiology to his patients. Dr. Insel received his Medical degree in 1979 from SUNY Downstate Medical Center College of Medicine, followed by his fellowship training at Lenox Hill Hospital. He holds dual certification in Internal Medicine and... Read more
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KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene
Little kidney stone? Ride a roller coaster, says studypose more complex health problems. "We try to get our (medical) students to thi
Little kidney stone? Ride a roller coaster, says study
KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene / Posted an hour ago
pose more complex health problems. "We try to get our (medical) students to think about prevention as opposed to what medicine we can give or what procedure we can do," Wartinger says. It is also a great parable of doctor-patient... Read more
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FOX 8 Cleveland
Safety in high school sports still evolving; Football-related deaths are rareafter suffering a ruptured bowel when he took a blow to the abdomen in a game a
Safety in high school sports still evolving; Football-related deaths are rare
FOX 8 Cleveland / Posted an hour ago
after suffering a ruptured bowel when he took a blow to the abdomen in a game against Solon. Dr. Joseph Congeni, a sports medicine expert at Akron Children's Hospital, calls the injury extremely rare. "This was really an unfortunate set of... Read more
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CNBC
ITCI, FIZZ, PIR & morecompany announced top-line results from the second phase 3 clinical trial on a
ITCI, FIZZ, PIR & more
CNBC / Posted an hour ago
company announced top-line results from the second phase 3 clinical trial on a treatment for schizophrenia. The medicine at the center of the trial, ITI-007, "did not separate from the placebo ... in part due to an unusually high placebo... Read more
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FOX 28 South Bend
Greenwood woman faces neglect charges involving disabled man- A central Indiana woman is accused of locking a disabled, elderly man in a ro
Greenwood woman faces neglect charges involving disabled man
FOX 28 South Bend / Posted an hour ago
- A central Indiana woman is accused of locking a disabled, elderly man in a room for two years and denying him food and medicine. Greenwood police arrested 69-year-old Darlene K. Dickinson on Tuesday. She faces felony neglect charges. Court... Read more
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NBC News
This new 3-D printed material acts like real bone for custom implantsbone in the body and can repair deformed bones and some injuries, the team repo
This new 3-D printed material acts like real bone for custom implants
NBC News / Posted an hour ago
bone in the body and can repair deformed bones and some injuries, the team reports in the journal Science Translational Medicine. When the material was tested in a monkey, the bone fused to the animal's skull, and new blood vessels grew into... Read more
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The Morning Journal
Cleveland Browns rookie Boddy-Calhoun confidently steps inRyan Tannehill, background, during the first half on Sept. 25 in Miami. Lynn Sl
Cleveland Browns rookie Boddy-Calhoun confidently steps in
The Morning Journal / Posted an hour ago
Ryan Tannehill, background, during the first half on Sept. 25 in Miami. Lynn Sladky — The Associated Press The best medicine for an injured player can sometimes be a strong performance by his understudy. Browns two-time Pro Bowl cornerback... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Cherry-flavoured tablet ‘set off a monster’ in ChloePicture: ADAM McLEAN The Therapeutic Goods Administration has received 119 rep
Cherry-flavoured tablet ‘set off a monster’ in Chloe
Daily Liberal / Posted an hour ago
Picture: ADAM McLEAN The Therapeutic Goods Administration has received 119 reports of "psychiatric events" linked to seven medicines with Montelukast between 2000 and June 2016. It says warnings are not necessary and it will consider "further... Read more
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Daily Mail
Middle-aged women enjoy sex more as they get older, study claimssexual health concerns on their overall quality of life,' lead author of the st
Middle-aged women enjoy sex more as they get older, study claims
Daily Mail / Posted an hour ago
sexual health concerns on their overall quality of life,' lead author of the study Dr Sheryl Kingsberg, chief of Behavioral Medicine, said. 'Although the women in this study felt that their sexual satisfaction could improve, the majority remained... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Newsreader suffers uncontrollable giggles during report on man who lived as a goatResearch, the prizes are intended to "celebrate the unusual, honor the imaginat
Newsreader suffers uncontrollable giggles during report on man who lived as a goat
The New Zealand Herald / Posted an hour ago
Research, the prizes are intended to "celebrate the unusual, honor the imaginative - and spur people's interest in science, medicine, and technology." Mr Thwaites was jointly awarded the prize the Biology category alongside fellow Brit Charles... Read more
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Animation World Network
Marvel Studios Presenting Sneak Peek of ‘Doctor Strange’Stephen Strange whose life changes forever after a horrific car accident robs h
Marvel Studios Presenting Sneak Peek of ‘Doctor Strange’
Animation World Network / Posted an hour ago
Stephen Strange whose life changes forever after a horrific car accident robs him of the use of his hands. When traditional medicine fails him, he is forced to look for healing, and hope, in an unlikely place -- a mysterious enclave known as... Read more
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