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The scoop on how your cat's sandpapery tongue deep cleans
WASHINGTON  — Cat lovers know when kitties groom, their tongues are pretty scratchy. Using high-tech scans and some other tricks, scientists

3 things to know during Diabetes Awareness Month
November is Diabetes Awareness Month and a great opportunity to increase awareness about diabetes!

Lung Cancer Treatment Approach May Support Disease Progression
Studies in mice suggest new target and strategy to hold back tumor-propagating cell-driven progression of adenocarcinoma

NRA rip of 'self-important' anti-gun docs draws wrath after Chicago Mercy Hospital shooting
The NRA's suggestion that physicians who support banning semiautomatic weapons should 'stay in their lane' was drawing fire after a hospital shooting.

How this 22-year-old with cystic fibrosis completely changed his body for a bodybuilding competition
Jared Wells, who was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis as an infant, nearly gave up on himself and allowed the lung disease to dictate his life. But he decided to pair up with a trainer and set goals to build his strength. Nearly eight months later, Wells compet…

Mosquito-borne Dengue emerges in Miami-Dade County, and there's no treatment
Dengue, the mosquito-borne viral disease, has been reported in Florida for the first time this season.

Is Going Gluten-Free Healthy For People Not Allergic To Gluten? Here's The Answer
According to a new research published in the journal Nature Communications, a diet low in gluten or a gluten-free diet may not only benefit people allergic to it, but also those who avoid its consumption for health-sake

Mental health experts are concerned about the hit Netflix show '13 Reasons Why'
There are fears it could increase suicide risk among impressionable teens

MDMA Makes People More Cooperative... But That Doesn't Mean More Trusting
A new study from England suggests that the drug makes people more cooperative, but only with those who are deemed trustworthy.

The climate you live in could affect how much booze you drink, according to a new study
When holidaying somewhere exotic, it’s not uncommon to find oneself cooling down with a refreshing cocktail or a crisp beer more often than one would at home.

North Carolina chickenpox outbreak blamed on vaccination exemptions
A chickenpox outbreak among students at the Asheville Waldorf School in North Carolina has grown to 36 cases, and religious exemptions from vaccination were a contributing factor, according to the Buncombe County Health Department.

One-third of parents won't vaccinate their kids against the flu this year
The fact that nearly 200 kids died from the flu last season wasn’t enough to scare many parents into making sure their children are vaccinated against the infectious disease this year.

India, 15 other African countries account for 80% of world's malaria cases: WHO
In all, 15 countries in sub-Saharan Africa and India carried almost 80 per cent of the global malaria burden. In India, 1.25 billion people in the population were at risk of malari

Scientists genetically modify virus to kill cancer cells
A genetically modified virus that kills cancer cells and destroys their hiding places has been developed by British scientists. It targets both cancer cells and healthy cells that are tricked into …

A Duke student is hospitalized after being diagnosed with bacterial meningitis
Duke University officials are contacting students about a bacterial meningitis infection on the Durham, North Carolina, campus that sent one person to the hospital. The contagious illness can result in death or disability.

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