Thursday, November 30, 2017

FDA Says 'Stay!' ... Away From 'Bone Treats'

  1. FDA Says 'Stay!' ... Away From 'Bone Treats'  NPR
  2. FDA Warns Bone Treats For Your Pooch Are Doggone Hazardous  Forbes
  3. FDA Warns 'Bone Treats' For Dogs Could Kill Your Pet  HuffPostFull coverage

Scallops Have Eyes, and Each One Builds a Beautiful Living Mirror

  1. Scallops Have Eyes, and Each One Builds a Beautiful Living Mirror  The Atlantic
  2. Scallops use 200 eyes made of mirrors in order to see  The Verge
  3. Scallops have 200 eyes, which function like a telescope: study  Phys.Org
  4. The Humble Scallop Has Eyes Like an Advanced Telescope  Popular MechanicsFull coverage

Teen's viral Thanksgiving tweet raises nearly $60K for St. Jude's Children's Hospital

  1. Teen's viral Thanksgiving tweet raises nearly $60K for St. Jude's Children's Hospital  WRAL.com
  2. Student creates GoFundMe to make up $200K for viral St. Jude fundraiser tweet  My9NJ
  3. Student's charitable tweet goes viral, leaving her with promise to donate $210000  NewslineFull coverage

Do Receding Hairlines Mean Receding Heart Health in Men?

  1. Do Receding Hairlines Mean Receding Heart Health in Men?  HealthDay
  2. Heart disease risk increased fivefold for bald and graying men  Medical News Today
  3. 7 Weird, Early Signs You May Have Coronary Artery Disease  BustleFull coverage

Foundation's cancer gene test gets US FDA and Medicare nod

  1. Foundation's cancer gene test gets US FDA and Medicare nod  Reuters
  2. Foundation Medicine Gains FDA Approval, CMS Coverage for Proposal NGS Cancer Profiling Test  GenomeWeb
  3. FDA Okays Wide-Ranging Cancer Gene Test  MedPage TodayFull coverage

Minnesota prosecutors sue drug companies over opioid crisis

  1. Minnesota prosecutors sue drug companies over opioid crisis  San Francisco Chronicle
  2. 20 Minnesota Counties To Sue Opioid Producers  CBS Minnesota / WCCO
  3. Minnesota county attorneys plan lawsuits over opioid crisis  TwinCities.com-Pioneer PressFull coverage

Fake Drugs Are A Major Global Problem, WHO Reports

  1. Fake Drugs Are A Major Global Problem, WHO Reports  WBUR
  2. Hundreds of thousands of people dying each year due to unsuitable medical products, says WHO  Red Dirt Report
  3. WHO: 1 in 10 medicines in the Caribbean substandard or falsified  Nation NewsFull coverage

A man claims he went down a 'Raging Rapids' ride — and came out with an eye-eating parasite

  1. A man claims he went down a 'Raging Rapids' ride — and came out with an eye-eating parasite  Washington Post
  2. Eye-Eating Parasite Sparks Lawsuit Between Amusement Park and Pennsylvania Man  Newsweek
  3. Man claims he contracted eye-eating parasite from amusement park water ride  Fox News
  4. Couple sues Kennywood, alleging man got parasite from Raging Rapids  WTAE PittsburghFull coverage

Health worker firings spark debate on mandating flu vaccine

  1. Health worker firings spark debate on mandating flu vaccine  CIDRAP
  2. This Flu Season Could Be a Whopper, Officials Warn  Live Science
  3. Doctors Warn This Winter's Flu Season Could Be Especially Bad  TIME
  4. Johns Hopkins researchers discover mutation that may be key to return of popular nasal spray version of flu vaccine  Baltimore SunFull coverage

How Progress on AIDS Shapes the Road to Universal Health Coverage

  1. How Progress on AIDS Shapes the Road to Universal Health Coverage  HuffPost
  2. New Vaccine and Drug Trials Could Buoy Fight Against HIV  Scientific American
  3. Preventing HIV: Rutgers experts raise awareness of treatment  MyCentralJersey.com
  4. San Francisco Vs. AIDS  SF Weekly
  5. Millions being denied their right to health  Irish ExaminerFull coverage

Greektown Casino employee diagnosed with Hepatitis A; vaccinations for some patrons urged

  1. Greektown Casino employee diagnosed with Hepatitis A; vaccinations for some patrons urged  Detroit Free Press
  2. Greektown Detroit Platinum Club members may have been exposed to hepatitis  MLive.com
  3. Detroit Health Department: Greektown Casino employee diagnosed with hepatitis A  WDIV ClickOnDetroitFull coverage

How The Loss Of US Psychiatric Hospitals Led To A Mental Health Crisis

  1. How The Loss Of US Psychiatric Hospitals Led To A Mental Health Crisis  WFSU
  2. A Careful Response  Healthcare Design
  3. Rural mental health care must not be overlooked  Port St. Joe StarFull coverage

Scallops use 200 eyes made of mirrors in order to see

  1. Scallops use 200 eyes made of mirrors in order to see  The Verge
  2. Scallops have 200 eyes, which function like a telescope: study  Phys.Org
  3. Scallops' amazing eyes use millions of tiny, square crystals to see  Science News
  4. The Humble Scallop Has Eyes Like an Advanced Telescope  Popular MechanicsFull coverage

Utah's youth suicide rates growing at alarming pace, new federal report says

  1. Utah's youth suicide rates growing at alarming pace, new federal report says  Salt Lake Tribune
  2. Link found between Utah suicides, lost device privileges  Seattle Times
  3. Utah youth suicides jump 141 percent, new report says  KSL.com
  4. Commentary: Using AI to Prevent Suicides? Bad Idea, Facebook.  FortuneFull coverage

Skin pigmentation is far more complex than thought

  1. Skin pigmentation is far more complex than thought  Harvard Gazette
  2. How the Genetics of Skin Color Challenges Antiquated Ideas About Race  GizmodoFull coverage

Teen 'Owes' Charity Over $200000 after Her Tweet Goes Viral

  1. Teen 'Owes' Charity Over $200000 after Her Tweet Goes Viral  FOX40
  2. Oops? Teen "owes" over $200000 to charity after tweet goes viral  WBTV
  3. Student's charitable tweet goes viral, leaving her with promise to donate $210000  UPI.com
  4. Oops? Teen "owes" over $200000 to charity after tweet goes viral  CBS NewsFull coverage

Arrest made in fatal overdose of Ingham County Jail inmate

  1. Arrest made in fatal overdose of Ingham County Jail inmate  WSYM-TVFull coverage

FDA Aims to Expand Early-Approval Program for Promising Drugs

  1. FDA Aims to Expand Early-Approval Program for Promising Drugs  Bloomberg
  2. FDA aims to approve more drugs based on early clinical data  Reuters
  3. FDA Shares Congress-inspired Regulatory Changes  MD MagazineFull coverage

Premature graying, baldness may relate to CAD risk in young Asian men

  1. Premature graying, baldness may relate to CAD risk in young Asian men  Healio
  2. Do Receding Hairlines Mean Receding Heart Health in Men?  Philly.com
  3. Heart disease risk increased fivefold for bald and graying men  Medical News TodayFull coverage

Eye-Eating Parasite Sparks Lawsuit Between Amusement Park and Pennsylvania Man

  1. Eye-Eating Parasite Sparks Lawsuit Between Amusement Park and Pennsylvania Man  Newsweek
  2. Man claims he contracted eye-eating parasite from amusement park water ride  Fox News
  3. Man claims he caught eye-eating parasite at amusement park  New York Post
  4. Couple sues Kennywood, alleging man got parasite from Raging Rapids  WTAE PittsburghFull coverage

New study finds dogs are more than twice as smart as cats

  1. New study finds dogs are more than twice as smart as cats  KOMO News
  2. Which is smarter: a cat or a dog? New study has the answer to that long-standing question  fox8.com
  3. Science says dogs are smarter than cats. Take that, cat people.  Duluth News Tribune
  4. Neuronal factors determining high intelligence - NCBI - NIH  NCBI - NIH
  5. Sorry, Grumpy Cat—Study finds dogs are brainier than cats  Vanderbilt University NewsFull coverage

More than half of US children could be obese by age 35

  1. More than half of US children could be obese by age 35  CBS News
  2. Forecast predicts over half of US children will be obese by age 35  Fox News
  3. More than half of American kids could be obese by age 35  New York Daily NewsFull coverage

How The Loss Of US Psychiatric Hospitals Led To A Mental Health Crisis

  1. How The Loss Of US Psychiatric Hospitals Led To A Mental Health Crisis  NPR
  2. A Careful Response  Healthcare Design
  3. Rural mental health care must not be overlooked  Port St. Joe StarFull coverage

Autism, sleep apnea added to Minnesota list for medical marijuana

  1. Autism, sleep apnea added to Minnesota list for medical marijuana  Minneapolis Star Tribune
  2. Autism, sleep apnea added to medical cannabis qualifiers in Minnesota  First Coast News
  3. Minnesota green-lights medical marijuana for autism, sleep apnea  City PagesFull coverage

FDA Warns Bone Treats For Your Pooch Are Doggone Hazardous

  1. FDA Warns Bone Treats For Your Pooch Are Doggone Hazardous  Forbes
  2. These store-bought bone treats could kill your dog, FDA warns  AZCentral.com
  3. FDA issues advisory against bone dog treats  KFDAFull coverage

Do Receding Hairlines Mean Receding Heart Health in Men?

  1. Do Receding Hairlines Mean Receding Heart Health in Men?  Philly.com
  2. Heart disease risk increased fivefold for bald and graying men  Medical News Today
  3. Premature greying or balding may be better predictors of heart disease than obesity  The Conversation UKFull coverage

Stop the Bleed Campaign Teaches Bystanders to Aid Trauma Victims

  1. Stop the Bleed Campaign Teaches Bystanders to Aid Trauma Victims  Government Technology
  2. Penn doctors teach West Philly students how to 'Stop the Bleed' and save lives  WHYY
  3. The Medical Minute: How to 'Stop the Bleed' and save a life  Penn State News
  4. More and More Americans Are Learning Basic First Aid for Gunshot Wounds  Slate MagazineFull coverage

Teen 'owes' charity over $200000 after her tweet goes viral

  1. Teen 'owes' charity over $200000 after her tweet goes viral  FOX31 Denver
  2. Teen's viral Thanksgiving tweet raises nearly $60K for St. Jude's Children's Hospital  WRAL.com
  3. Oops? Teen 'owes' over $200000 to charity after tweet goes viral  WWAY NewsChannel 3
  4. With viral tweet, WSU student raises tens of thousands in donations for St. Jude Children's Hospital  The Spokesman-ReviewFull coverage

Link found between Utah suicides, lost device privileges

  1. Link found between Utah suicides, lost device privileges  Seattle Times
  2. Utah youth suicides jump 141 percent, new report says  Deseret News
  3. Utah's youth suicide rates growing at alarming pace, new federal report says  Salt Lake Tribune
  4. Commentary: Using AI to Prevent Suicides? Bad Idea, Facebook.  FortuneFull coverage

Doctors roast Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop for promoting a medical treatment that's been completely discredited

  1. Doctors roast Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop for promoting a medical treatment that's been completely discredited  INSIDER
  2. Thank God the NHS has come to its senses over homeopathy  The Independent
  3. Have a happy homeopathic Christmas with Gwyneth Paltrow  The GuardianFull coverage

World AIDS Day: AMAC Chairman wants HIV sensitisation intensified in AMAC community

  1. World AIDS Day: AMAC Chairman wants HIV sensitisation intensified in AMAC community  Vanguard
  2. The Woman Entrepreneur Taking the Taboo out of HIV Testing in Nigeria  News Deeply
  3. Greenwich to Observe World AIDS Day Dec. 1  Greenwich Sentinel
  4. Boost fight against HIV  Daily NationFull coverage

Bodybuilding products sold online may be mislabeled or unsafe

  1. Bodybuilding products sold online may be mislabeled or unsafe  Fox News
  2. FDA, Industry Struggle to Deal with SARMs, DMAA and Other Controversial Ingredients  Natural Products INSIDER (blog)
  3. Study on SARMs products finds host of undeclared ingredients in bottles  NutraIngredients-usa.comFull coverage

SUO 2017: Stratifying Risk in Localized Prostate Cancer

  1. SUO 2017: Stratifying Risk in Localized Prostate Cancer  UroToday
  2. Prostate cancer: It's not one size fits all  Indianapolis Recorder
  3. 5 things you should know about prostate cancer, according to a doctor  Evening Standard
  4. Movember shavedown: Why you should not get your prostate checked  National PostFull coverage

Dogs Are Brainier Than Cats, New Study Finds

  1. Dogs Are Brainier Than Cats, New Study Finds  PEOPLE.com
  2. Who's Smarter, Dogs or Cats? Science Now Has the Answer  Fortune
  3. Which is smarter: a cat or a dog? New study has the answer to that long-standing question  fox8.com
  4. Sorry, Grumpy Cat—Study finds dogs are brainier than cats  Vanderbilt University NewsFull coverage

Long-acting drugs may offer new hope for migraine sufferers

  1. Long-acting drugs may offer new hope for migraine sufferers  CBS News
  2. New migraine drugs show promise  Chicago Tribune
  3. Migraines: Can New Drugs Stop Debilitating Headaches Before They Start?  Newsweek
  4. Migraine therapy that cut attacks hailed as 'huge deal'  BBC News
  5. Hope at last for migraine sufferers: 'Holy grail' monthly jab which halves attacks could be approved by NHS in new year  Daily MailFull coverage

World AIDS Day: How Can I Prevent Passing HIV to My Baby?

  1. World AIDS Day: How Can I Prevent Passing HIV to My Baby?  HuffPost
  2. Progress toward ending HIV epidemic is challenged by threats to ACA  The Hill
  3. New Vaccine and Drug Trials Could Buoy Fight Against HIV  Scientific American
  4. About 15% of Americans with HIV don't know they're infected, CDC report says  Los Angeles TimesFull coverage

FDA issues advisory against bone dog treats

  1. FDA issues advisory against bone dog treats  KFDA
  2. FDA Warns 'Bone Treats' For Dogs Could Kill Your Pet  HuffPost
  3. Some bone treats for your pet could be harmful to them  WWL First NewsFull coverage

“Alien” DNA Makes Proteins in Living Cells for The First Time

  1. “Alien” DNA Makes Proteins in Living Cells for The First Time  Scientific American
  2. Scientists Create First Semi-Synthetic Organism that Stores and Retrieves Unnatural Information  R & D Magazine
  3. Scientists Train Bacteria To Build Unnatural Proteins  NPR
  4. Semi-Synthetic Life Form Now Fully Armed and Operational  MIT Technology Review
  5. Cells with lab-made DNA produce a new kind of protein, a 'holy grail' for synthetic biology  Washington PostFull coverage

Semma raises $114 million for Type 1 diabetes treatment

  1. Semma raises $114 million for Type 1 diabetes treatment  Axios
  2. Start-up Semma Therapeutics raises 114 million dollars to beat type 1 diabetes  Diabetes.co.uk
  3. A startup looking to reverse type 1 diabetes just raised $114 million  Markets Insider
  4. Looking to cure Type 1 diabetes, investors front $114M to launch a pioneering human study at Semma  Endpoints NewsFull coverage

Autism, Sleep Apnea Added as Medical Pot Qualifiers

  1. Autism, Sleep Apnea Added as Medical Pot Qualifiers  U.S. News & World Report
  2. Autism, Sleep Apnea Added To Medical Marijuana Program  CBS Minnesota / WCCOFull coverage

Man claims he contracted eye-eating parasite from amusement park water ride

  1. Man claims he contracted eye-eating parasite from amusement park water ride  Fox News
  2. Couple sues Kennywood after attack by parasite allegedly found in water of Raging Rapids ride  KOKI FOX 23
  3. Man Claims He Caught Eye-Eating Parasite From Amusement Park Ride Splash  NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
  4. Couple sues Kennywood, alleging man got parasite from Raging Rapids  WTAE PittsburghFull coverage

Anthony Senerchia Jr. who inspired Ice Bucket Challenge dies at 46

  1. Anthony Senerchia Jr. who inspired Ice Bucket Challenge dies at 46  New York Daily News
  2. Co-founder of 'Ice Bucket Challenge' dies after ALS battle  News & Observer
  3. Anthony Senerchia, early inspiration for ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, dead at 46  WZZM
  4. Man Who Inspired ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Dies at Age 46  TIME
  5. Anthony Senerchia, early inspiration for ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, dead at 46  The Journal News | LoHud.comFull coverage

Kids who are addicted to smartphones may have an imbalance in the brain

  1. Kids who are addicted to smartphones may have an imbalance in the brain  Today.com
  2. Does 'Smartphone Addiction' Show Up in Teens' Brains?  HealthDay
  3. Smartphone addiction creates imbalance in brain  EurekAlert (press release)Full coverage

Tree-lighting ceremony to mark AIDS Day

  1. Tree-lighting ceremony to mark AIDS Day  Bloomington Pantagraph
  2. New HIV Prevention Trials Hold Promise for New Prevention Options for Women  PR Newswire (press release)
  3. French NGO helps African mums shake off AIDS stigma  Medical Xpress
  4. If Penny Mordaunt really believes in aid, she should put funding back into HIV and Aids prevention  The Independent
  5. About 15% of Americans with HIV don't know they're infected, CDC report says  Los Angeles TimesFull coverage

Some bone treats for your pet could be harmful to them

  1. Some bone treats for your pet could be harmful to them  WWL First News
  2. The FDA is warning dog owners not to buy bone treats after 15 dogs reportedly died  AOL
  3. How worried should you be about FDA dog bone warning?  KAREFull coverage

Forecast predicts over half of US children will be obese by age 35

  1. Forecast predicts over half of US children will be obese by age 35  Fox News
  2. Harvard researchers warn that nearly 6 out of 10 of today's children will be obese at 35  The Boston Globe
  3. 60 Percent of US Kids Could Be Obese by Age 35  WebMD
  4. 'Scary' prediction for US kids: 57% could be obese by age 35  USA TODAYFull coverage

Doctor who doesn't use computer can't regain license, judge says

  1. Doctor who doesn't use computer can't regain license, judge says  CBS News
  2. Do Doctors Need To Use Computers? One Physician's Case Highlights The Quandary  WBUR
  3. A doctor who won't use a computer loses her license to practice medicine  kfor.com
  4. PDMP Fact Sheet - NH.gov  NH.gov
  5. newlondon NH - Community Profile | Economic & Labor Market Information Bureau | NH Employment Security - NH.gov  NH Employment Security - NH.govFull coverage

'Pill Mill' Docs Only Partly to Blame for Opioid Epidemic

  1. 'Pill Mill' Docs Only Partly to Blame for Opioid Epidemic  HealthDay
  2. Stop Blaming the Opioid Epidemic on Patients Who Shop Around for Doctors  Mother Jones
  3. Opioid Users Are Building A Movement For Public Health Solutions To The Epidemic  The National Memo (blog)Full coverage

New Dengue Vaccine Could Worsen Disease in Some People

  1. New Dengue Vaccine Could Worsen Disease in Some People  U.S. News & World Report
  2. Sanofi Taking $118.5M Charge, Seeks Restrictive Label for Dengue Vaccine  Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
  3. TIMELINE: Dengue immunization program for public school students  RapplerFull coverage

American patients prefer doctors who give them what they want

  1. American patients prefer doctors who give them what they want  Quartz
  2. Patient satisfaction plummets when doctors say 'no' to requests  Yahoo7 NewsFull coverage

Protective Alzheimer's Gene Variant Discovered

  1. Protective Alzheimer's Gene Variant Discovered  Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
  2. Pulling Iron From Brain Offers Against Alzheimer's  Newsmax
  3. Wisconsin Researcher Seeks Veterans to Study Whether Fish Oil Delays Alzheimer's Damage  Alzheimer's News Today
  4. Medicare should cover in-home care for dementia patients  Baltimore Sun
  5. Hope for millions from new Alzhemer's drug  HeraldScotlandFull coverage

US-Funded HIV Prevention Effort Reaps Rewards in Uganda

  1. US-Funded HIV Prevention Effort Reaps Rewards in Uganda  HealthDay
  2. Combination HIV prevention reduces new infections by 42 percent in Ugandan district  National Institutes of Health (press release)
  3. HIV/AIDS: Infections down in Rakai  New VisionFull coverage

Who's Smarter, Dogs or Cats? Science Now Has the Answer

  1. Who's Smarter, Dogs or Cats? Science Now Has the Answer  Fortune
  2. Sorry, cat lovers: Dogs are smarter  Futurity: Research News
  3. Are dogs smarter than cats? Yes, and science proves it  KARE
  4. Sorry, Grumpy Cat—Study finds dogs are brainier than cats  Vanderbilt University NewsFull coverage

New vaccine, long-acting drug trials buoy hopes in HIV fight

  1. New vaccine, long-acting drug trials buoy hopes in HIV fight  Reuters
  2. OraSure Technologies Supports World AIDS Day With Innovative Programs to Enable HIV Testing  GlobeNewswire (press release)
  3. Living and aging well with HIV—new strategies and new research  Medical Xpress
  4. Tool designed to track HIV infection rates cheaply and accurately  Independent OnlineFull coverage

Man who inspired ALS Ice Bucket Challenge succumbs to the disease at age 46

  1. Man who inspired ALS Ice Bucket Challenge succumbs to the disease at age 46  Miami Herald
  2. Man behind viral ALS 'Ice Bucket Challenge' passes away at 46  WGN-TV
  3. ALS Takes Inspiration Behind the Ice Bucket Challenge  Rare Disease Report
  4. Man Who Inspired ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Dies at Age 46  TIME
  5. Anthony Senerchia, early inspiration for ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, dead at 46  The Journal News | LoHud.comFull coverage

Semma Therapeutics raises $114m for novel diabetes treatment

  1. Semma Therapeutics raises $114m for novel diabetes treatment  The Boston Globe
  2. Semma Therapeutics Raises $114 Million Series B Financing  Business Wire (press release)
  3. Looking to cure Type 1 diabetes, investors front $114M to launch a pioneering human study at Semma  Endpoints NewsFull coverage

Early baldness higher heart disease risk factor than obesity, says study

  1. Early baldness higher heart disease risk factor than obesity, says study  BBC News
  2. Male-pattern baldness and premature graying associated with risk of early heart disease  EurekAlert (press release)
  3. Baldness a bad omen for the ticker  The AustralianFull coverage

Why overweight people may be more likely to die from infections like pneumonia and sepsis

  1. Why overweight people may be more likely to die from infections like pneumonia and sepsis  Vox
  2. Forecast predicts over half of US children will be obese by age 35  Reuters
  3. Majority of Kids Today Will Be Obese Adults  MedPage TodayFull coverage

New dengue vaccine could worsen disease in some people

  1. New dengue vaccine could worsen disease in some people  ABC News
  2. Dengue Vaccines Market – Global Industry Insights, Trends, Outlook, and Opportunity Analysis, 2016-2024  Medgadget (blog)
  3. DENGVAXIA | Sanofi bares disturbing analysis about dengue vaccine's efficacy  InterAksyonFull coverage

Now Mugabe is gone there is a chance to get HIV/AIDS under control

  1. Now Mugabe is gone there is a chance to get HIV/AIDS under control  The Conversation UK
  2. Nigeria's flourishing 'miracle cure' business for HIV/AIDS  Medical Xpress
  3. Report: White House budget cuts could result in millions of new AIDS-related infections  10TV
  4. Tool designed to track HIV infection rates cheaply and accurately  Independent OnlineFull coverage

How worried should you be about FDA dog bone warning?

  1. How worried should you be about FDA dog bone warning?  KARE
  2. FDA cautions against use of dog-bone treats  Seattle Times
  3. The FDA is warning dog owners not to buy bone treats after 15 dogs reportedly died  AOLFull coverage

Addiction to smartphones in teenagers can lead to an imbalance in brain chemistry that triggers depression and anxiety

  1. Addiction to smartphones in teenagers can lead to an imbalance in brain chemistry that triggers depression and anxiety  Daily Mail
  2. Smartphone Addiction Creates Imbalance in Brain  PR Newswire (press release)
  3. Addicted to tech? A brain chemical imbalance may be to blame  New ScientistFull coverage

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