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Risk for Dementia May Increase With Long-Term Use of Certain Medicines - The New York Times

Risk for Dementia May Increase With Long-Term Use of Certain Medicines  The New York TimesHere's what research suggests about a class of drugs called anticholinergics, which treat a wide range of ailments, from depression to bladder issues.View full coverage on Google News

Alzheimer?s Disease Facts Your Doctor Does Not Tell You - Medical Daily

Alzheimer?s Disease Facts Your Doctor Does Not Tell You  Medical DailyIt's time to find new targets for brain diseases  STATHealth Headlines - 6/24/19  FOX 47 NewsAlzheimer's disease not linked to type 2 diabetes or high blood pressure ? new study  The Conversation UKAlzheimer's Facts - What No One Tells You About The Disease  Women's HealthView full coverage on Google News

Let Congo, Burundi lay their eggs in our house - The East African

Let Congo, Burundi lay their eggs in our house  The East AfricanAs Ebola Deaths Mount in Africa, Trump Is Screwing Up the Response  Mother JonesOn the road with refugees fleeing DRC violence for Uganda  Al Jazeera EnglishHere?s why Ebola has been so hard to contain in Eastern Congo  Washington Post16 militia killed in northeast DR Congo: army  News24View full coverage on Google News

Chemical found in toothpaste, soap may double women's chances of osteoporosis - New York Post

Chemical found in toothpaste, soap may double women's chances of osteoporosis  New York Post A chemical banned from hand sanitizers -- but still lawfully used by Colgate in one of its toothpastes -- may double a woman's chances of developing bone ...View full coverage on Google News

Declining monarch-butterfly populations may be hard to restore - Ars Technica

Declining monarch-butterfly populations may be hard to restore  Ars TechnicaMonarch butterflies born in captivity have a tougher time migrating south in the winter  CNNMonarch Butterflies Born In Captivity Have Trouble Migrating South, Study Says  NPRMonarch Butterflies Reared in Captivity Lack a Crucial Ability  The AtlanticCaptive-bred monarch butterflies don?t fly south, study says, as wild population shrinks  Idaho StatesmanView full coverage on Google News

Palm Beach County offering free HIV testing - WPEC

Palm Beach County offering free HIV testing  WPECMichiganders urged to get tested for HIV as part of National HIV Testing Day  UpNorthLive.comResidents offered free HIV testing  WANEGenesee County offers gift card drawing to those who receive HIV test June 27  MLive.comHIV/AIDS: Public health experts want approved data gathering  TVC News NigeriaView full coverage on Google News

Rockland measles: Emergency order renewed for 4th time, cases rise to 275 - The Journal News | LoHud.com

Rockland measles: Emergency order renewed for 4th time, cases rise to 275  The Journal News | LoHud.comTo protect us all, babies travelling overseas may need the measles shot at 6 months instead of 12  The Conversation AUMeasles spike raises fears that virus has evolved and vaccine is not providing immunity  7NEWSAustralians born from 1965 to 1990 who has already been vaccinated for measles could be vulnerable  Daily MailMeasles diagnoses spark fears the virus has evolved to overcome vaccines  Sky News AustraliaView full coverage on Google News

NBA Legend Dikembe Mutombo records Ebola messages to help US officials fight outbreak - Fox News

NBA Legend Dikembe Mutombo records Ebola messages to help US officials fight outbreak  Fox NewsUnable to send disease fighters to help battle one of the deadliest Ebola outbreaks in history, U.S. health officials are turning to basketball hall of famer Dikembe ...View full coverage on Google News

They Thought This HIV Strategy Couldn't Work. But It Did - WBUR

They Thought This HIV Strategy Couldn't Work. But It Did  WBURReducing HIV Infection Rates: Can 'Test And Treat" Work In Sub-Saharan Africa? : Goats and Soda  NPRBoard eyes limits on vaping marketing, cash for HIV/AIDS services in Indiana  WANEWalgreens to provide free testing on National HIV Testing Day  WLBTWe need to do a better job of including black women in conversations about HIV and PrEP  The IndependentView full coverage on Google News

Sitting while watching TV, but not sitting at work, linked with higher health risk - TODAY

Sitting while watching TV, but not sitting at work, linked with higher health risk  TODAYHeart Study Shows Why Some Types of Sitting May Carry Greater Health Risks  InverseHeart risk raised by sitting in front of the TV, not by sitting at work, finds study  Medical XpressSitting in Front of the TV May Be Worse for Your Heart Than Sitting at a Desk  Live ScienceThis Everyday Activity Is Even Worse For You Than Sitting At Work All Day  mindbodygreen.comView full coverage on Google News

?Horns? are growing on young people?s skulls. Phone use is to blame, research suggests. - The Washington Post

?Horns? are growing on young people?s skulls. Phone use is to blame, research suggests.  The Washington PostThe growth of bone spurs at the back of the skulls of young people may be a result of an adaptation to the use of handheld devices.View full coverage on Google News

12-year-old Indiana girl contracts flesh-eating disease during Florida vacation - FOX 59 Indianapolis

12-year-old Indiana girl contracts flesh-eating disease during Florida vacation  FOX 59 IndianapolisMom says girl developed deadly ?flesh-eating' bacteria while visiting popular Florida beach  Fox 2 DetroitView full coverage on Google News

The FDA Approved Vyleesi, a "Female Viagra" for Low Sex Drive In Women | Shape - Shape Magazine

The FDA Approved Vyleesi, a "Female Viagra" for Low Sex Drive In Women | Shape  Shape MagazineHow Does New Libdo-Boosting Drug for Women Work?  Live ScienceThe FDA approved what's being called 'Viagra for women,' but an expert says it could be a Band-Aid for unhealthy relationships  INSIDERNew drug claims to boost female sex drive for 7 hours  IOLAMAG's Vyleesi Gets FDA NOD for Women with Low Sexual Desire  Yahoo FinanceView full coverage on Google News

Why this 7-year-old can't go anywhere near unvaccinated children - CNN

Why this 7-year-old can't go anywhere near unvaccinated children  CNNPadua, Italy (CNN) When his daughter Angela was gravely ill, Nicola Pomaro made her a solemn promise: If she recovered, he would do all he could to help her ...

Questions raised about study linking cellphones to bone spurs in the skull - NBCNews.com

Questions raised about study linking cellphones to bone spurs in the skull  NBCNews.comJournal 'looking into issues' raised about study linking cell phone use to hornlike bone spurs | TheHill  The HillView full coverage on Google News

Study Finds New Way Coffee May Help You Burn Fat - Sprudge

Study Finds New Way Coffee May Help You Burn Fat  SprudgeScientists Just Discovered That Drinking Coffee Does Something Absolutely Amazing to Your Body  Inc.Weight Loss: Study Suggests Coffee May Curb Obesity by Burning Brown Fat  InverseCoffee May Help Your Body Burn Fat: Study  NewsmaxCoffee new secret to weight loss? How caffeine can help you burn fat  ExpressView full coverage on Google News

Fighting obesity with a single cup of coffee - Medical News Today

Fighting obesity with a single cup of coffee  Medical News TodayDrinking this beloved beverage may help you lose weight  MarketWatchCan Coffee Really Help You Burn Fat? What This Study Said  ForbesDrinking coffee can assist weight loss as it 'helps body burn calories'  Mirror OnlineHow to burn fat without exercise: Drinking coffee could torch calories - Daily Star  Daily StarView full coverage on Google News

CBD as a Superbug Antibiotic? - WebMD

CBD as a Superbug Antibiotic?  WebMDCBD Might Work as an Antibiotic to Treat Bacterial Infections - D-brief  Discover MagazineWatch out superbugs: CBD might be the medicine of the future  The GrowthOpCannabidiol could be used as an antibiotic against bacteria that cause serious infections  FirstpostKiller CBD Cannabis Compound Could Be Latest Weapon in War Against Superbugs Kristin Houser  FuturismView full coverage on Google News

Deer tick established in eastern Nebraska for first time; Lyme disease could follow - Omaha World-Herald

Deer tick established in eastern Nebraska for first time; Lyme disease could follow  Omaha World-HeraldLyme disease diagnosis: problems and solutions from the health system  Vox.comDeer ticks found in Douglas County, can cause Lyme disease  WOWTDeer ticks found in Douglas County  KETV OmahaNY state steps up Lyme disease fight, pressed by lawmakers from Mid-Hudson Valley  The Daily FreemanView full coverage on Google News

Food Allergies May Have Everything To Do With Gut Bacteria, Study Finds - mindbodygreen.com

Food Allergies May Have Everything To Do With Gut Bacteria, Study Finds  mindbodygreen.comCould certain gut bacteria protect against food allergy?  Medical News TodayGood bacteria may prevent ? and reverse ? food allergies  New York Post Food allergies in children increasing  KING 5Restoring missing gut bacteria a potential cure for food allergies  New AtlasView full coverage on Google News

Study funded by NIH supports optimal threshold for diagnosing COPD - National Institutes of Health

Study funded by NIH supports optimal threshold for diagnosing COPD  National Institutes of HealthA new study provides evidence to support a simple measurement for diagnosing clinically significant airflow obstruction, the key characteristic of chronic ...

Nationwide measles outbreak leads to call for action by health officials | News, Sports, Jobs - The Review

Nationwide measles outbreak leads to call for action by health officials | News, Sports, Jobs  The ReviewDozens more Americans contract measles - mostly in New York  Daily MailMore measles cases have been reported  WNYTBaylor College of Medicine Responds to Measles Outbreak in United States  Baylor College of MedicineView full coverage on Google News

Cholesterol medication could invite diabetes, study suggests - The Ohio State University News

Cholesterol medication could invite diabetes, study suggests  The Ohio State University NewsCholesterol medication could invite diabetes, study suggests: Patient data shows association between statins and type 2 diabetes  Science DailyStatins may double the risk of type 2 diabetes  Medical News TodayNew Ohio State study finds possible connection between statins and diabetes  The Columbus DispatchPatient data shows association between statins and type 2 diabetes  Medical XpressView full coverage on Google News

New prostate test could end needless biopsies | News - The Times

New prostate test could end needless biopsies | News  The TimesProstate cancer: New urine test hope  BBC NewsSimple prostate cancer test could diagnose five years early and prevent thousands of invasive operations  The TelegraphUrine tests could reveal whether men have prostate cancer five years early  The SunProstate cancer URINE test could diagnose disease 5 years earlier than current methods  Mirror OnlineView full coverage on Google News

WARNING: Worker diagnosed with Hepatitis A handled food at popular Mexican grill - WSB Atlanta

WARNING: Worker diagnosed with Hepatitis A handled food at popular Mexican grill  WSB AtlantaHepatitis A cases in Polk low but rising  The LedgerHepatitis A cases skyrocket in Volusia County to 4th highest in Florida  Daytona Beach News-JournalHealth department warning Cartersville restaurant customers to check if hepatitis vaccine needed  MDJOnline.comView full coverage on Google News

Pharmacologic inhibition of LIMK1 provides dendritic spine resilience against ?-amyloid - Science

Pharmacologic inhibition of LIMK1 provides dendritic spine resilience against ?-amyloid  ScienceNew target for drug intervention in Alzheimer's disease identified  Medical XpressView full coverage on Google News

Use of 3D mammograms for breast cancer screening increasing - UPI News

Use of 3D mammograms for breast cancer screening increasing  UPI NewsThe popularity of 3D mammograms is taking off, but not in every part of the US, study says  CNNView full coverage on Google News

New Mexico woman dies after contracting hantavirus - KRQE News 13

New Mexico woman dies after contracting hantavirus  KRQE News 13NM health department confirms first hantavirus death of 2019  KOBView full coverage on Google News

Studies uncover new approaches to combat hair loss in men and women - Medical Xpress

Studies uncover new approaches to combat hair loss in men and women  Medical XpressTwo recent studies highlight novel ways to combat pattern hair loss in men and women using small molecules such as JAK inhibitors that reawaken dormant hair ...View full coverage on Google News

Increased walking activity associated with long-term health benefits - Medical Xpress

Increased walking activity associated with long-term health benefits  Medical XpressEffect of pedometer-based walking interventions on long-term health outcomes: Prospective 4-year follow-up of two randomised controlled trials using routine primary care data  PLoS BlogsView full coverage on Google News

FACT CHECK: Are Cellphones Causing Horns to Grow from Young People's Skulls? - Snopes.com

FACT CHECK: Are Cellphones Causing Horns to Grow from Young People's Skulls?  Snopes.comSmartphones aren?t making millennials grow horns. Here?s how to spot a bad study  PBS NewsHourNo, Smartphones Aren't Making Millennials Grow Horns. Here's How to Spot a Bad Study  KQEDCritics Cast Doubt on Research Suggesting Young People Are Growing Horns on Their Skulls Due to Phone Use  KTLA Los AngelesPeople developing 'text neck' bone at the back of their skull  Newstalk 106-108 fmView full coverage on Google News

These neurons affect how much you do, or don't, want to eat - Medical Xpress

These neurons affect how much you do, or don't, want to eat  Medical XpressLike a symphony, multiple brain regions work in concert to regulate the need to eat. University of Arizona researchers believe they have identified a symphony ...

China's Increasing Wealth Is Changing the Way People Die - Bloomberg

China's Increasing Wealth Is Changing the Way People Die  BloombergChronic illnesses like stroke, heart problems and lung cancer became the top causes of premature death in China over the last three decades, according to a ...View full coverage on Google News

Crohn's Disease Patient Seemingly Cured by Vegetarian Diet - Gizmodo

Crohn's Disease Patient Seemingly Cured by Vegetarian Diet  GizmodoFor people with the debilitating gut condition Crohn's disease, there's often little that can be done to completely prevent their recurring episodes of painful ...View full coverage on Google News

We now know what caused more than 50 campers to get sick at Rock Eagle - WSB Atlanta

We now know what caused more than 50 campers to get sick at Rock Eagle  WSB AtlantaRock Eagle campers had norovirus, health officials say  Atlanta Journal ConstitutionNorth Central Health District confirms norovirus outbreak at Rock Eagle 4-H Center  13WMAZ.comCampers who were sick at Rock Eagle had norovirus, health officials say  11AliveView full coverage on Google News

More than 1500 people have died from Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo - SBS

More than 1500 people have died from Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo  SBSEbola death toll in DR Congo now breaks the 1,500 mark  Daily NationEbola death toll breaks 1,500 mark in DR Congo  The PunchView full coverage on Google News

Young, fit men who eat a diet of pizza, chips and burgers have much lower sperm count, study finds - The Independent

Young, fit men who eat a diet of pizza, chips and burgers have much lower sperm count, study finds  The IndependentDiet of pizza and burgers reduces fertility of men aged 18 to 20  Mirror OnlineMen's fertility irreversibly damaged by age of 18 thanks to Western junk food diet, study finds  The TelegraphYoung men with Western diets 'have poorer quality sperm and drastically lower counts'  Daily MailView full coverage on Google News

Mosquitoes in Addison Test Positive for West Nile - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Mosquitoes in Addison Test Positive for West Nile  NBC 5 Dallas-Fort WorthMosquito season arrives ahead of schedule | News  Denton Record ChronicleMost of Kansas continues to be at risk for West Nile Virus. Here?s how to prevent it.  Wichita EagleView full coverage on Google News

6 things everyone should know about sunscreen - St George News

6 things everyone should know about sunscreen  St George News8 dermatologist-recommended sunscreens under $50  Business Insider6 skincare enthusiasts reveal their go-to sunscreen picks for women of color  GMAView full coverage on Google News

New blood test for detecting Alzheimer's disease - Medical Xpress

New blood test for detecting Alzheimer's disease  Medical XpressResearchers from Lund University, together with the Roche pharmaceutical company, have developed a method to create a new blood marker capable of ...

Americans can?t quit processed meat, despite its health risks - MarketWatch

Americans can?t quit processed meat, despite its health risks  MarketWatchAmericans are still eating too much potentially carcinogenic processed meat  PhillyVoice.comView full coverage on Google News

How octopus arms make decisions - Science Daily

How octopus arms make decisions  Science DailyResearchers model how octopus arms make decisions  Phys.OrgView full coverage on Google News

9th case of rabies confirmed in Guilford County fox - Greensboro News & Record

9th case of rabies confirmed in Guilford County fox  Greensboro News & RecordGREENSBORO ? A ninth case of animal rabies has been confirmed in Guilford County this year.

Possible Hepatitis A exposure at Midlands Hardee's - WLTX.com

Possible Hepatitis A exposure at Midlands Hardee's  WLTX.comColumbia fast-food restaurant latest to expose customers to hepatitis, SC officials say  The StateView full coverage on Google News

?Dad has dementia?: Video of musician remembering song he composed decades ago goes viral - The Washington Post

?Dad has dementia?: Video of musician remembering song he composed decades ago goes viral  The Washington PostNick Harvey wasn't sure his father would remember how to play the piece he composed decades earlier. At first his dad hesitated ? then the music took over.

A Mystery Disease Is Killing Children, and Questions Linger About Lychees - The New York Times

A Mystery Disease Is Killing Children, and Questions Linger About Lychees  The New York TimesMUZAFFARPUR, India ? Every year, a mysterious disease stalks the area around the eastern Indian city of Muzaffarpur, killing children seemingly at random ...

Eliminate cervical cancer? We can do it but only if we commit to comprehensive screening, vaccination and treatment - Times of India

Eliminate cervical cancer? We can do it but only if we commit to comprehensive screening, vaccination and treatment  Times of IndiaHPV vaccine for boys could cut cancer rates, research suggests  BBC NewsDoctors call on Brit schoolboys to be vaccinated against killer STI - Daily Star  Daily StarCatholics in a standoff with Health ministry over cancer jab  Business DailyGlasgow uni says vaccinating boys may cut male cancer rate  Evening TimesView full coverage on Google News

Here are 6 natural ways to treat high blood pressure - Reading Eagle

Here are 6 natural ways to treat high blood pressure  Reading EagleThe condition puts people at greater risk for heart disease.

The First Frozen Sperm Samples Exposed to Microgravity Have Survived - ScienceAlert

The First Frozen Sperm Samples Exposed to Microgravity Have Survived  ScienceAlertSputnik? No, comrade, this is Spunknik: Frozen sperm manages to survive zero-grav in this totally realistic test  The RegisterHuman Sperm Retains Viability in Outer Space Conditions  News18Mars colonisation possible through sperm bank in space  Times of IndiaWATCH: Frozen sperm and the quest for intergalactic reproduction  IOLView full coverage on Google News

Zero-calorie sweetener study has bad news for nursing mothers - SlashGear

Zero-calorie sweetener study has bad news for nursing mothers  SlashGearA new study raises questions over whether zero-calorie sweeteners are safe for expecting and nursing mothers. The research, which was recently published in ...

A Plant-Based Diet Could Help Symptoms Of Crohn's Disease, A New Study Says - Bustle

A Plant-Based Diet Could Help Symptoms Of Crohn's Disease, A New Study Says  BustlePlant-Based Diet May Help Crohn's Disease Remission, Case Report Suggests  ForbesCrohn's patient REVERSES his painful condition by going vegan  Daily MailPlant-based diet may be effective treatment for Crohn's disease  News-Medical.netEating Plant-based diet, an effective treatment of Crohn?s Disease  Specialty Medical DialoguesView full coverage on Google News

Natural History of Adrenal Incidentalomas With and Without Mild Autonomous Cortisol Excess - Annals of Internal Medicine

Natural History of Adrenal Incidentalomas With and Without Mild Autonomous Cortisol Excess  Annals of Internal MedicineAdrenal incidentalomas are mostly benign nonfunctioning adrenal tumors (NFATs) or adenomas causing mild autonomous cortisol excess (MACE), but their ...

Settling the debate on serotonin's role in sleep: The brain chemical is necessary to get enough sleep - Science Daily

Settling the debate on serotonin's role in sleep: The brain chemical is necessary to get enough sleep  Science DailySettling the debate on serotonin's role in sleep  EurekAlertSettling the debate on serotonin's role in sleep  Medical XpressView full coverage on Google News

Scientists closer to unraveling mechanisms of speech processing in the brain - Medical Xpress

Scientists closer to unraveling mechanisms of speech processing in the brain  Medical XpressIn the 1860s, French physician Paul Broca published his findings that the brain's speech production center was located in the left hemisphere. Though scientists ...

SC health officials warn of 6th restaurant linked to statewide hepatitis A outbreak - wpde.com

SC health officials warn of 6th restaurant linked to statewide hepatitis A outbreak  wpde.comThe South Carolina Dept. of Health and Environmental Control says the Hardee's on 451 Killian Road in Richland County has been linked to the statewide ...

These corals choose to eat plastic over food - National Geographic

These corals choose to eat plastic over food  National GeographicScientists have for the first time shown that some wild corals are feeding on tiny shreds of plastic trash. Worse, the animals seem to prefer those 'microplastics' ...

Alzheimer's missing link ID'd, answering what tips brain's decline - Medical Xpress

Alzheimer's missing link ID'd, answering what tips brain's decline  Medical XpressYears before symptoms of Alzheimer's disease appear, two kinds of damaging proteins silently collect in the brain: amyloid beta and tau. Clumps of amyloid ...

Customers potentially exposed to Hep. A at Schuyler County restaurant - MyTwinTiers.com

Customers potentially exposed to Hep. A at Schuyler County restaurant  MyTwinTiers.comHealth Officials: Patrons at Watkins Glen restaurant may have been exposed to Hepatitis A  WENY-TVView full coverage on Google News

How the brain helps us make good decisions?and bad ones - Medical Xpress

How the brain helps us make good decisions?and bad ones  Medical XpressA prevailing theory in neuroscience holds that people make decisions based on integrated global calculations that occur within the frontal cortex of the brain.

Martin County one of three counties in state with three or more deaths from hepatitis A - TCPalm

Martin County one of three counties in state with three or more deaths from hepatitis A  TCPalmColin Holmes of Palm City was diagnosed with Hepatitis A in March and died Tuesday. He's the fourth person to die in Palm City from complications of the virus.View full coverage on Google News

The Truth About Men's Fertility and Eating Junk Food - Men's Health

The Truth About Men's Fertility and Eating Junk Food  Men's HealthJunk food irreversibly damages sperm by the time you're 20: Harvard study  New York Post Young, fit men whose diet consists of pizza, burgers and chips have lower sperm count, study says  New York Daily NewsView full coverage on Google News

For Two Men With Autism, 1,000 Miles Apart, Gaming Was a Portal to Friendship - The Wall Street Journal

For Two Men With Autism, 1,000 Miles Apart, Gaming Was a Portal to Friendship  The Wall Street JournalChris Lopes and Caleb Stephens didn't have many friends for years. Growing up 1,000 miles apart, the two had been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder ...

A Boy Who Had Spinal Surgery in the Womb Stands on His Own Two Feet - The New York Times

A Boy Who Had Spinal Surgery in the Womb Stands on His Own Two Feet  The New York TimesOperating before birth can minimize nerve damage caused by severe defects in tissue around the spinal column.

Type 2 diabetes: This simple exercise can reduce blood glucose levels - Express

Type 2 diabetes: This simple exercise can reduce blood glucose levels  Express12 Facts About Diabetes Mellitus  Mental FlossThe 5 breakfast swaps to boost weight loss and combat type 2 diabetes ? from fried to scrambled eggs  The Sun5 non-starchy vegetables diabetics should include in their diet for blood sugar control  Times NowView full coverage on Google News

Culture shapes how we learn to reason? - Medical Xpress

Culture shapes how we learn to reason?  Medical XpressIf you made any plans for next week, congratulations! You've demonstrated a key feature of being human: being able to think beyond the here and now?or, ...

Why you should learn Mental Health First Aid - CNN

Why you should learn Mental Health First Aid  CNNOne in five adults in the US lives with a mental health problem according to the National Institute of Mental Health, but most don't seek out professional help.

Certain cells secrete a substance in the brain that protects neurons - Medical Xpress

Certain cells secrete a substance in the brain that protects neurons  Medical XpressUSC researchers have discovered a secret sauce in the brain's vascular system that preserves the neurons needed to keep dementia and other diseases at bay.

Could inhibiting both HDAC and PD-1 improve immuno-oncology treatments? - FierceBiotech

Could inhibiting both HDAC and PD-1 improve immuno-oncology treatments?  FierceBiotechImmunotherapy and HDAC inhibition are anti-cancer besties  EurekAlertView full coverage on Google News

Indiana mom warns parents after her 12-year-old daughter contracts a flesh-eating disease in the Gulf - WKRG News 5

Indiana mom warns parents after her 12-year-old daughter contracts a flesh-eating disease in the Gulf  WKRG News 5DESTIN, Fla. (WKRG) ? A family vacation remembered ? for all of the wrong reasons. A 12-year-old Indiana girl contracted a rare flesh-eating disease at the ...View full coverage on Google News

Diet soda is a nutritional pariah, but the case against it is thin - National Post

Diet soda is a nutritional pariah, but the case against it is thin  National PostThe nutrition community doesn't like diet soda. Of all the groups that make dietary recommendations, I can't find one that lends full-throated support.View full coverage on Google News