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- GRAPHIC: Girl burned by homemade slime - KCBD-TV

GRAPHIC: Girl burned by homemade slime
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Doctors say the girl's burns come from prolonged exposure to Borax, one of the main ingredients in slime. (Source: WCVB/CNN). The 11-year-old suffered second and third-degree burns to her hands. (Source: WCVB/CNN). ROCKLAND, MA (WCVB/CNN) – A ...

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- April The Giraffe Is Showing Good Signs - CBS Local

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April The Giraffe Is Showing Good Signs
CBS Local
HARPURSVILLE, N.Y. (CBS4) – April the giraffe is closer to giving birth, the Animal Adventure Park says. They posted an update on her condition to Facebook Tuesday morning, saying, “Progression! The udder continues to fill.” By the sounds of it, that's ...
April the pregnant giraffe didn't kick the vet -- but she triedCNET
WGN weatherman on April the Giraffe: 'This whole thing is a fraud!'WGN-TV
Watch live: April the giraffe's keepers say 'we are getting there'myfox8.com
fox8.com -NBC New York -fox13now.com -whotv.com
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- Childhood lead exposure linked to lower adult IQ - Fox News

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Childhood lead exposure linked to lower adult IQ
Fox News
Kids exposed to high levels of lead decades ago may now be approaching middle age with lower IQs and earning potential than they would have had otherwise, a new study suggests. These days, doctors warn parents that there's no safe level of lead ...
Lead exposure alters the trajectory of children's lives decades later, study findsWashington Post
Childhood Exposure To Lead Can Blunt IQ For Decades, Study SuggestsNPR
Lead Exposure In Childhood May Lower IQ Later OnTIME
Duke Today -EurekAlert (press release) -Daily Mail -HealthDay
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- Study shows no long-term cognitive benefit to breastfeeding - myfox8.com

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Study shows no long-term cognitive benefit to breastfeeding
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While the medical benefits of breastfeeding for helping newborns fight infections and helping pre-term infants get stronger are fairly well established, the long-term impact is much less so. While new mothers may debate what they believe to be long ...
Science just gave mothers another reason to let go of their breastfeeding guiltQuartz
Breastfeeding doesn't make kids smarter, study saysWTSP.com
Breastfeeding 'doesn't boost children's intelligence'NHS Choices
Los Angeles Times -Mic -Huffington Post -CTV News
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- The weirder side of obesity: genetic forms of obesity are rare yet numerous - CNN

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The weirder side of obesity: genetic forms of obesity are rare yet numerous
CNN
(CNN) While scientists have been aware of about two dozen genetic conditions that can cause obesity, a new study published Monday in the journal Obesity Reviews finds there are many more. The Canadian researchers have identified and cataloged 79 ...
There Are at Least 79 Obesity 'Syndromes'Live Science
Rare genetic forms of obesity more numerous, diverse than previously thoughtEurekAlert (press release)
Study From Canada IDs More Rare, Genetic Forms of ObesityAJMC.com Managed Markets Network
Tech Times -CBC.ca -Science World Report
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- Menstrual cycle recreated 'in a dish' - BBC News

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Menstrual cycle recreated 'in a dish'
BBC News
US scientists say they have made a mini working replica of the female reproductive tract using human and mouse tissue. Although the palm-sized device looks nothing like a womb, fallopian tubes and ovaries, the researchers say it should help with ...
The World's First Menstrual 'Period' in a Dish Could Revolutionize Reproductive MedicineGizmodo
Female menstrual cycle in a dishEurekAlert (press release)
A tiny reproductive system in a dish could help us understand women's healthThe Verge
WIRED -Scientific American -Popular Science -Chicago Inno
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- McCaskill investigating opioid producers - The Hill

The Hill

McCaskill investigating opioid producers
The Hill
The top-ranking Democrat on the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee is asking leading pharmaceutical manufacturers to turn over information related to the marketing of highly profitable, and highly addictive, opioid drugs as part ...
US senator launches probe into five top opioid drugmakersReuters
Senator Launches Probe Into Practices of Opioid ManufacturersBloomberg
The Senate may finally try to hold big pharma accountable for the opioid epidemicVox
Washington Times -Albuquerque Journal -WSBT-TV -KVOA Tucson News
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- Cats Actually Like Getting Petted, Study Says - Immortal News

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Cats Actually Like Getting Petted, Study Says
Immortal News
The long-held belief that cats are aloof animals that don't like spending time with their owners may not be true, a new study suggests. A team of researchers from Oregon State University and New Jersey's Monmouth University found that on the contrary ...
Cats actually like people, says new university studySFGate
University Study Finally Reveals Reason of Cats' Aloof DemeanorUniversity Herald
Cats like human interaction more than food: StudyTimes of India
American Council on Science and Health -Mashable -Newsweek -Konbini
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- Scientists convert spinach leaves into human heart tissue — that beats - Washington Post

Washington Post

Scientists convert spinach leaves into human heart tissue — that beats
Washington Post
If an overhyped vegetable existed before marketers coined the term superfood — and long before Oprah Winfrey chatted up acai berries with Dr. Oz — look no further than spinach. (Here's to Popeye, eating the stuff by the can to inflate his biceps ...
Scientists turned spinach leaves into beating human heart tissueBusiness Insider
Scientists have turned spinach into human heart tissuemyfox8.com
Scientists grew beating human heart tissue on spinach leavesCNBC
Atlanta Journal Constitution -11alive.com -TIME -WebMD (blog)
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- How to protect your dog from growing threat of leptospirosis - NJ.com

NJ.com

How to protect your dog from growing threat of leptospirosis
NJ.com
PARAMUS -- At least five dogs treated in North Jersey for a potentially fatal infection were likely sickened after they drank water contaminated with urine from infected wildlife, officials said. Two of the five dogs died at BluePearl Veterinary ...
Rat-urine disease sickening dogs in New JerseyNew York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV
Paramus vet hospital warns of fatal dog diseaseNorthJersey.com
Paramus Vet Reassures Worried Pet Owners Following 'Lepto' OutbreakParamus Daily Voice

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