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Too much sleep linked to a greater risk of death - CNN
Sleeping more than eight hours a night is linked to a higher chance of poor health, particularly from cardiovascular diseases, a new study says.

In World First, Woman Gives Birth After Receiving Uterus Transplant from Dead Donor - Gizmodo
A team of doctors in Brazil have announced a medical first that could someday help countless women unable to have children because of a damaged or absent uterus. In a case report published Tuesday in the Lancet, they claim to have successfully helped a woman …

Why would anyone cut heroin with fentanyl? It's cheap, these researchers say -
Why would anyone cut heroin with fentanyl? Synthetic opioids are cheap and easy to smuggle, a team at UCSF found.

Cases of ‘polio-like’ illness that’s paralyzing children appears to have ‘peaked,’ CDC says - Fox News
Cases of a rare illness called Acute Flaccid Myelitis (AFM) that has affected more than a hundred Americans this year appears to have peaked, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said Monday.

Eat more than 6 French fries and risk your life, expert says - New York Post
Nobody needs an expert to tell us that French fries are unhealthy, but professor Eric Rimm at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health is trying to ruin them for us anyway. There really is no …

Covington school cafeteria worker diagnosed with hepatitis A - WKRC TV Cincinnati
COVINGTON, Ky. (WKRC) - A cafeteria worker at a Covington school has been diagnosed with hepatitis A. School officials say the worker is an employee at John G. Carlisle School. School officials learned of the diagnosis Monday afternoon after school, according…

Woman claims she lost eye after parasite got stuck behind contact lens during shower - Fox News
A Belgian woman claims she lost her right eye after a parasite got stuck behind her contact lens when she took a shower, causing her to develop a rare but serious eye infection.

Measles Return Confirmed In Illinois, 26 Other States -
Measles is on the uptick in the United States and globally due to travel by Americans to countries with poor vaccination rates and domestic

Cyborg Houseplant Can Drive Itself Toward the Light It Craves - Gizmodo
During the impending robopocalypse, humanity will have to ward off freakishly agile androids, robotic dogs, whatever the hell this is, and, as new research from MIT suggests, quasi-autonomous, mobile robot-plant hybrids.

Lethal Opiate Batch In Lowell Area: 21 Overdoses In 1 Week - Chelmsford, MA Patch
Officials are warning greater Lowell residents after a recent surge of overdoses, three of which have been fatal.

Cancer DNA Binds to Gold. That Could Lead to New Cancer Blood Test. - Live Science
Researchers have discovered a curious difference between the DNA from cancer cells and that from healthy cells, and this finding could lead to a new blood test for cancer.

Minnesota's fight against CWD in wild deer now will include two large December hunts - Star Tribune
Minnesota has intensified its fight against chronic wasting disease (CWD) in wild deer by inviting hunters to harvest more whitetails in southeastern Minnesota.

Cosmetic chemicals may trigger early puberty in girls - Big Think
Mothers who tested positive for chemicals found in common cosmetic products were more likely to have girls who hit puberty early.

If you went to the Clemson / USC rivalry game, you may have been exposed to mumps; DHEC says even vaccinated people at risk - FOX Carolina
CLEMSON, SC (FOX Carolina) - South Carolina’s Department of Health and Environmental Control is warning students and visitors at both Clemson University and Tri-County Technical College about a confirmed case

Mylan to recall all batches of blood pressure medicine valsartan in US - CNBC
Mylan NV said on Tuesday it is issuing a nationwide voluntary recall of all lots of its blood pressure medicine valsartan, expanding a recall of select batches initiated two weeks ago.

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