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  • Susq River
    PFBC launches “S.O.S. – Save Our Susquehanna”
    Today the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) announced that it has launched an “S.O.S. - Save Our Susquehanna!” campaign to fund water and soil conservation projects along the Susquehanna River, whose young smallmouth bass...
  • FDA overestimated dangers of antidepressants in pregnancy
    FDA overestimated dangers of antidepressants in pregnancy
    In 2006 the FDA issued a Public Health Advisory against the use of any type of antidepressant by women that were pregnant in late term pregnancy. The reason was a high instance of the development of a fatal condition in newborns called persistent...
  • Wearable jewelry panel at JCK Las Vegas on the future of wearables
    Wearable jewelry panel at JCK Las Vegas on the future of wearables
    On Thursday evening, May 28th at JCK Las Vegas, Richline Group hosted the World of Wearables exhibition and a panel of wearable luminaries. Panelists included Sonny Vu of Misfit, Scott Amyx of Amyx McKinsey, Amanda Parkes of Manufacture New York,...
  • terminally ill couple married
    Terminally ill couple married in hospice care bonded over lung disease, smoking
    A terminally ill couple married in the same place where they met: hospice care. According to a May 28, 2015 report from the Daily Mail, 58-year-old John Whaley and 54-year-old Debbie Rivera met in the smoking room of a hospice center in Green Cove...
  • Excessive Protein
    Excessive protein: good or bad for the body?
    Many Americans have incorporated protein powders into their diets, either as a supplement to gain muscle, or as a meal replacement. However, depending on protein powder smoothies and shakes as a main source of daily nutrition may prove detrimental...
  • Size zero woman liposuction
    Size zero woman liposuction sculpts petite makeup blogger's protruding belly
    For a size zero woman, liposuction usually isn't necessary. However, one 38-year-old makeup blogger felt she needed the procedure, despite her enviable size. Not allowing the opinions of others to stand in her way, Megan O'Brien had the...
  • man dies snakebite
    Man dies: Snakebite proves fatal when victim refuses medical treatment
    A man dies; a snakebite is likely to blame. Although an official cause of death has not been released,37-year-oldGilbert De Leon had been bitten twice by a snake in the day leading to his death. De Leon and his girlfriend were wading in theJames...
  • Maximizing the health benefits of coffee
    Maximizing the health benefits of coffee consumption
    Since the early 20th century Americans have been taught that they must shield their offspring from the evils of coffee, believing amongst other things that coffee could stunt the growth of their child-- Hence the very idea of exposing them to this...
  • 10 questions for food entrepreneur Steph Zabel of Herbstalk
    10 questions for food entrepreneur Steph Zabel of Herbstalk
    If you live in Somerville and haven’t heard of Herbstalk then you haven’t had your head up. There are flyers and postcards everywhere, and the Somerville Scout just put Steph Zabel on its May/June cover. This Examiner has known two of...
  • grill brush bristle stomach
    Grill brush bristle: Stomach pain sends woman to hospital with metal in her gut
    Stomach pain from a grill brush bristle sent a 52-year-old woman to the hospital, where doctors discovered something horrifying. There was a nightmarish reason for the woman's stomach pain: a grill brush bristle that had lodged in her...
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    Bullying and your health
    You might have been bullied as a child and thought you overcame it, but how is your health and what can you do about it? Many stars and successful people were bullied as children. The Little Couple’s, Bill Klein discusses his being bullied...
  • The Phountain experience
    The Phountain of youth is found on Long Island!
    I lean towards a healthy lifestyle and while I am not a vegetarian, I do tend to eat like one. I don’t enjoy meats as much as I do veggies, fruits, dairy and nuts. I actually do believe that you should get some meat into your diet and so I...
  • First proof that brain defect cased by mutation in fatty acid transport
    First proof that brain defect caused by mutation in fatty acid transport
    Some fats called lysophosphatidylcholines including omega-3 fatty acids that are essential for human life have been shown to be essential for proper brain growth and development for the first time. Some diseases that inhibit brain development were...
  • Jean "Geno" Sylvain is helping veterans stay healthy
    Jean "Geno" Sylvain is helping veterans stay healthy
    Fitness Expert Jean "Geno" Sylvain knows first hand what it is like to battle obesity. After successfully dropping a significant amount of weight he wanted to find a way to help others that may be struggling in their fitness journey....
  • Researchers want to discover what makes cats' guts tick
    Research project aims to discover the secrets living in your cat's gut
    Researchers plan to study what's called the microbiome of cats and other animals. The microbiome is basically the microbes that live in cats' digestive systems. Holly Ganz, from the University of California, Davis, and three other...
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