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Texas patient's 'Juju on That Chemo' video reaches 6M views

Fox News - ‎Oct 21, 2016‎
Ana-Alecia Ayala has been fighting a rare tumor that spread from her uterus into her ovaries and stomach since December 2015. The 32-year-old Texas mother of one is now making headlines for a video she posted during a hospital stay that features her ...
Woman with Cancer Fights Back with Dance, Laughter
Woman puts the 'juju on that chemo' in viral hospital dance-off

No Snapchat In The Bedroom? An Online Tool To Manage Kids' Media Use

NPR - ‎Oct 20, 2016‎
Whether your kid is 3 and obsessed with Daniel Tiger videos or 15 and spending half her conscious hours on Snapchat, you are probably somewhat conflicted about how to think about their media habits.

White powder at Clinton campaign HQ 'non-hazardous'

CNN - ‎5 hours ago‎
(CNN) White powder that was sent to Hillary Clinton's campaign office in New York tested negative for harmful substances in a preliminary investigation, police said.

A Tale of Two Lunches: Richard Branson Weighs In on Clinton and Trump

Fortune - ‎14 minutes ago‎
Branson says his first meeting with Trump was “bizarre” and “disturbing.” Richard Branson has already said that he feels Donald Trump would be a disastrous president.

Baby 'Born Twice' Doing Well After Lifesaving Surgery

Tech Times - ‎1 hour ago‎
A woman gave birth to her daughter the second time, after complications occurred during the pregnancy. Sacrococcygeal teratoma is the most common tumor among babies.

What will change if Massachusetts legalizes marijuana?

Press Herald - ‎7 hours ago‎
Researchers who look at four states where pot is legal find a small increase in tax revenue and no evidence of negative outcomes. By KEVIN P. O'CONNORThe (Fall River) Herald News.

Detroit officials, Whole Foods work to limit Hepatitis A cases

Food Safety News - ‎8 hours ago‎
Public health officials in Detroit are investigating two cases of Hepatitis A infection and urging anyone who recently ate food prepared at a Whole Foods Market store there to consider getting a post-exposure vaccination.

Presidential election is stressing people out, American Psychological Association finds

Naples Daily News - ‎6 hours ago‎
About 52 percent of U.S. adults reported the election is a very or somewhat significant source of stress. Loading… Post to Facebook.

Researchers Create 3D Atomic-Level Image Of Brain's Marijuana Receptor

Tech Times - ‎2 hours ago‎
Researchers are taking a closer look at the brain to better understand how THC affects the body, creating a 3D image of the brain's marijuana receptor to facilitate their work.

Breathing Less Oxygen Reduces Jet Lag, At Least In Mice

NPR - ‎Oct 20, 2016‎
Whether it's jet lag, a new work schedule, daylight saving time or just a Monday morning, shifting sleep schedules takes a toll.

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

WLS-TV - ‎21 minutes ago‎
The American Cancer Society invites everyone to attend the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Chicago Walk. (WLS). WLS. Saturday, October 22, 2016 09:44AM.

Marijuana's effects on the body, brain, heart and sperm: All your weed questions answered

Mic - ‎Oct 21, 2016‎
With five more states voting on whether or not to legalize recreational marijuana come November, millions more Americans are closer than ever to being able to smoke pot freely and legally.

Minor injuries for Ohio's Sherrod Brown after car crash

Washington Post - ‎18 minutes ago‎
PARMA, Ohio - U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown and a staff member were treated for minor injuries after a driver ran a stop sign and struck the senator's vehicle.

State issues alert for marijuana with high pesticide level

Statesman Journal - ‎13 hours ago‎
Marijuana tainted with up to 200 times what is considered safe levels of a pesticide was sold to about 130 customers at a McMinnville dispensary earlier this week, state officials said Friday.

The tiny genetic tweak that helped snakes lose their legs

Washington Post - ‎Oct 21, 2016‎
What does it take to turn a lizard into a snake? Turns out you don't need a wand and a lesson at Hogwarts, just a tiny genetic tweak.

Aerial spraying not needed for now in Miami's Little River Zika zone

Miami Herald - ‎17 hours ago‎
Initial mosquito counts are low enough in Miami's newest Zika zone that county officials will not need to conduct aerial spraying for now, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez said Friday at a community meeting hosted by Florida Gov.

Cartilage Repair Advances by a Nose

Medscape - ‎20 hours ago‎
Cells from the nasal septum can be used to generate cartilage tissue grafts for knee repair, according to a proof-of-principle study that enrolled 10 patients.

Dogs likely dream about their owner, Harvard expert says

Atlanta Journal Constitution - ‎22 hours ago‎
If dogs do have dreams, they could be thinking of their owner when they sleep, an expert at Harvard Medical School said. “Anything about what animals dream, or even if they dream, is speculative,” Dr.

Foundation asking for help to minister in Haiti

The Port Arthur News - ‎8 hours ago‎
The Succour Foundation of Southeast Texas has been helping the nation of Haiti for more than 20 years. They are asking for donations to help the people after Hurricane Matthew struck them.


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