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Ben's Chili Bowl reveals new mural
-WUSA9 - Wed Jun 21 11:03:59 EDT 2017
WASHINGTON (WUSA9) - This is one wall DC residents are excited to see. Ben’s Chili Bowl revealed its new mural this Wednesday. Over 30,000 people voted for who and what they wanted...
Retailers in America lost billions of dollars in 2016, largely due to shoplifting, employee theft and other types of inventory “shrink,” according to a new survey. The new data, co...
NJCAP has a new place to call home -- CCC
-NJ.com - Wed Jun 21 14:03:29 EDT 2017
BLACKWOOD -- New Jersey Child Assault Prevention (NJCAP) International Headquarters has a new place called home at Camden County College (CCC). NJCAP began to look for a new host h...
More teens are using contraception the first time they have ---
-Stat News - Wed Jun 21 20:11:06 EDT 2017
T een abstinence isn’t becoming any more popular, but more teens are using contraception the first time they have ---, according to a new report published Thursday by&nbs...
Mapping The U.S. States That Smoke The Most (And Least)
-Zero Hedge - Fri Jun 23 20:09:09 EDT 2017
The number of people smoking in the U.S. has fallen considerably over the years. The most recent figures from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention&nb...
Police in the South Bay are reminding people of something very important during these hot summer months. It's one of the prime times for burglars to break into your home. It's vaca...
General Motors' more affordable answer to cars such as the BMW i3, the Chevrolet Bolt, has recently been tested by the IIHS, where it nabbed a Top Safety Pick rating. The 'eco-frie...
Heat stroke or heat exhaustion: Do you know the difference?
-ABC-13 - Wed Jun 21 14:03:03 EDT 2017
Your best defense against heat-related illness is prevention - make simple changes to your fluid intake, activities, and clothing, according to the Centers for Disease Control and ...
Many Chronic Illnesses Linked to Suicide Risk
-MedlinePlus - Wed Jun 21 05:45:35 EDT 2017
TUESDAY, June 20, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- People with chronic health problems seem to have a higher risk of suicide, a new study suggests. And, for certain conditions -- such as t...
Is something bugging you this year?
-Post Bulletin - Tue Jun 20 23:10:41 EDT 2017
The National Pest Management Association warns that this year, ticks are an especially serious problem, particularly in the Upper Midwest. Minnesota and Wisconsin are cited as "hig...
Clarification: Ticks story
-Vancouver Sun - Wed Jun 21 14:24:33 EDT 2017
In this Monday, June 19, 2017 photo, George Africa shows a state health department tick information card that he hands out to customers at his Vermont Flower Farm nursery in Marshf...
Teen accused of killing rabbit with brick
-CNN - Wed Jun 21 11:08:52 EDT 2017
BRICK, N.J. (CBS) –– Authorities are investigating after a teen boy is accused of smashing a rabbit with a brick, skinning and dismembering it. The incident was reported June 8 and...
Portola Pharmaceuticals Inc. PTLA, +46.56% shares skyrocketed 46% in extremely heavy Friday afternoon trade after the Food and Drug Administration approved its anticoagulant drug i...
Publisher of Men’s Health, Women’s Health Explores Sale
-AdWeek - Wed Jun 21 14:05:34 EDT 2017
Rodale, the publisher of iconic titles Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Prevention, and books like the South Beach Diet, is looking toward a future that might include a sale of the 70...
'Remarkable' drop in new HIV cases among men
-BBC News - Thu Jun 22 08:22:12 EDT 2017
For the first time, new diagnoses of HIV have fallen among men who have --- with men in England, according to data from Public Health England. They have decreased from 2,060 in 201...
Medical News Today: Multitasking brain mechanism examined
-Medical News Today - Fri Jun 23 02:07:09 EDT 2017
Multitasking is the holy grail of all efficient workers. Recent research, published in the journal Current Biology, lifts the lid on how we might all manage this feat more efficien...
Woman speaks out about suffering heart attack at 40
-CBS News - Thu Jun 22 17:10:13 EDT 2017
NEW YORK -- Heart disease kills more American women than all types of cancer combined, yet many don't discuss the dangers with their doctor. A new study found that 74 percent of wo...
Foreign companies fined $1.9M for illegal dumping in Gulf
-UPI - Wed Jun 21 11:06:23 EDT 2017
June 21 (UPI) -- The U.S. Department of Justice said a company based in Egypt and another in Singapore pleaded guilty and will pay a $1.9 million fine for illegally dumping oil-con...
Judge Says Doctors Can Euthanize Woman With Osteoarthritis
-LifeNews - Fri Jun 23 08:36:29 EDT 2017
From my first reading of C-14, I was convinced that the government intentionally used imprecise language to enable the expansion of euthanasia, without facing political pressure fr...
Planting a tree can achieve many goals — it can bear fruit, give shade and add beauty and value to a property. But it can also be a part of the healing process that provides comfor...
Smoking is finally dying out among young people in the UK and US
-New Scientist - Thu Jun 22 08:11:21 EDT 2017
SMOKING is rapidly dying out in the UK and US among young people – the first generation to come of age surrounded by laws that discourage smoking. Figures from the UK Office for Na...
Philadelphia landlords with rentals older than 1978 will have to prove these properties are safe from lead, if Mayor Kenney and other city officials get their way. The current law,...
17 Ways Young People Die
-24/7 Wall St. - Wed Jun 21 02:06:49 EDT 2017
In 2015, the U.S. life expectancy decreased for the first time since 1993. In addition to a significant increase in overall deaths from heart disease, some researchers noted an inc...
Bill Cosby to Teach People About --- Assault Accusations
-Vulture - Thu Jun 22 11:37:06 EDT 2017
Last week, Bill Cosby’s ----assault trial ended in a mistrial after jurors were deadlocked for days. (New information suggests they were leaning toward conviction.) And although...
Is Doctorless Care the Future of Healthcare?
-Forbes - Wed Jun 21 08:04:17 EDT 2017
Is Healthcare becoming a Data-driven Science led by Clinicians? The current model of sick care is undeniably unsustainable due to a number of compelling reasons. The aging populati...
Free screenings on National HIV Testing Day in Jersey City
-NJ.com - Wed Jun 21 05:03:41 EDT 2017
Jersey City Medical Center at Greenville's Counseling and Testing Site (CTS), Center for Comprehensive Care (CCC) and the city of Jersey City will host a free community screening e...
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