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- California Warns People to Limit Exposure to Cellphones - Gizmodo

Gizmodo

California Warns People to Limit Exposure to Cellphones
Gizmodo
Since the earliest days of mobile phones, a small but steady contingent of environmental activists, conspiracy-inclined folks, and some scientists have warned about the hidden damage they could be causing to our bodies, due to the radio frequency ...
California: Here's how to handle unfounded fears of cell phone cancerArs Technica
California activists applaud state's new cell phone safety advisoryThe Mercury News
California Issues Guidelines to Reduce Potential Harm From CellphonesKQED
Immortal News -Environmental Working Group -WPXI Pittsburgh -Sierra Sun Times
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- Ketamine Rapidly Reduces Suicidal Thoughts In Depressed People, Says Study - Tech Times

Tech Times

Ketamine Rapidly Reduces Suicidal Thoughts In Depressed People, Says Study
Tech Times
Depressed patients who take low doses of ketamine are more likely to have decreased suicidal thoughts, according to a new study. But ketamine is still far from being a miracle drug. ( Justin Sullivan | Getty Images ). More than other sedatives ...
Ketamine 'rapid and effective' for reducing suicidal thoughtsMedical News Today
Party-drug Ketamine found to be effective in reducing suicidal thoughtsEconomic Times
Ketamine shown to reduce suicidal thoughtsNew York Daily News
BABW News -Hindustan Times -Deccan Chronicle -Laboratory Equipment
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- Scientists Say Japanese Monkeys Are Having 'Sexual Interactions' With Deer - NPR

NPR

Scientists Say Japanese Monkeys Are Having 'Sexual Interactions' With Deer
NPR
An adolescent female Japanese macaque on the back of a male sika deer. Researchers have looked into some macaques' attraction to the deer. Courtesy of Noëlle Gunst hide caption. toggle caption. Courtesy of Noëlle Gunst. An adolescent female Japanese ...
Wild Monkeys and Deer Are Now Having Sex With Each Other and Scientists Don't Know WhyNewsweek
Japanese Monkeys Have Repeated 'Sexual Interactions' With Deer, Says StudyInternational Business Times
Monkeys Humping Deer Prove That Animals Get Sexually Frustrated TooInverse
The Inquisitr -The Independent -International Business Times UK -CBC.ca
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- Mo Brooks' prostate cancer surgery successful, family says - AL.com

AL.com

Mo Brooks' prostate cancer surgery successful, family says
AL.com
Mo Brooks Martha and Mo Brooks thank supporters in Huntsville, Alabama Tuesday evening Aug. 15th. (Bob Gathany / bgathany@AL.com)Bob Gathany | bgathany@al.com. Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Huntsville) is recovering from surgery to remove his prostate, and family ...
Rep. Mo Brooks 'recovering well' following cancer procedureWAAY
Brooks Announces He Has High-Risk Prostate CancerRoll Call
Mo Brooks announces he has aggressive prostate cancerLuxora Leader
GOPUSA -Washington Examiner -Times Daily
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- Babies born to moms who lived near fracking wells faced host of health risks, study suggests - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Babies born to moms who lived near fracking wells faced host of health risks, study suggests
Los Angeles Times
After combing through a decade's worth of Pennsylvania birth records, researchers have found that pregnant women living within two-thirds of a mile of a hydraulic fracturing well were 25% more likely to give birth to a worryingly small infant than were ...
Study finds pregnant women who live near fracking areas more likely to have underweight babiesAtlanta Journal Constitution
Babies born near fracking wells more likely to be underweight, says studyFox News
The Unexpected Factor That Might Affect Babies' Birth WeightsRefinery29
The Verge -ThinkProgress -Tech Times -Science Magazine
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- Smoking, drinking and drug abuse decline among US teens, who prefer pot and vaping, study finds - The Keene Sentinel

The Keene Sentinel

Smoking, drinking and drug abuse decline among US teens, who prefer pot and vaping, study finds
The Keene Sentinel
Vaping appears to have replaced cigarettes as the primary nicotine delivery device for teens. At least 19 percent of high school seniors said they vaped nicotine in the past year, along with 16 percent of sophomores and 8 percent of 8th-graders. Diedra ...
Overall teen drug use is down, but marijuana and vaping are upChicago Tribune
Teens: Pretty Sober, Except For Marijuana And VapingNPR
National study: Adolescent marijuana use edges upwardOregonLive.com
New York Times -Philly.com -Atlanta Journal Constitution -CNN
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- Health Officials Report Child Died Of Flu Complications, 1st In Riverside County This Year - CBS Local

CBS Local

Health Officials Report Child Died Of Flu Complications, 1st In Riverside County This Year
CBS Local
Women make better patients? A new study from Johns Hopkins says it might be the estrogen.(credit: CBS). RIVERSIDE (CBSLA) — County health officials in the Inland Empire have reported the first flu-related death of the 2017-18 influenza season, and ...
Flu cases are spreading across US — Happy Holidays!The Saratogian
US flu activity jumps as new variant H3N2 case confirmedCIDRAP
Number of flu cases rising heading into holiday seasonDaily Mountain Eagle
HuffPost -Newsweek -The Mercury News -WCNC
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- Cannabis ingredient holds promise as antipsychotic medicine - Reuters

Reuters

Cannabis ingredient holds promise as antipsychotic medicine
Reuters
LONDON (Reuters) - An ingredient in cannabis called cannabidiol or CBD has shown promise in a clinical trial as a potential new treatment for psychosis, scientists said on Friday. Marijuana plants are seen in an indoor marijuana plantation of a ...
World Health Organization clashes with DEA on marijuana compound CBDArs Technica
Main Ingredient In Medical Marijuana Not Toxic Or Addicting: WHO ReportTech Times
An ingredient in cannabis may be useful for treating psychosis – new studyMedical Xpress
Straight.com -PotNetwork (blog) -The Independent -The Inquisitr
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- VIDEO: For LSD, What A Long Strange Trip It's Been - NPR

NPR

VIDEO: For LSD, What A Long Strange Trip It's Been
NPR
Psychedelic drugs are getting a makeover, with scientists exploring their potential in treating debilitating conditions like cluster headaches, addiction or anxiety, with promising results. That's despite the fact that very few researchers are legally ...

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- Pennsylvania adds more doctors to medical marijuana program - PennLive.com

PennLive.com

Pennsylvania adds more doctors to medical marijuana program
PennLive.com
Earlier this week, the state Department of Health issued an updated list that doubled the number released last month. Cumberland County, for example, saw five new additions. In order to be approved, physicians must complete four hours of training on ...
Md. gives green light to new medical pot shopsWTOP
Maryland more than doubles number of medical marijuana dispensariesThe Cannabist
Erie Township rejects ordinance to license medical marijuana dispensaryBedford Now
WAMU 88.5 -UpperMichigansSource.com -Cannabis Business Times -The Fresh Toast
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