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Washington Post

A boy's basketball-size tumor was slowly killing him. He died days after doctors removed it.
Washington Post
The basketball-size tumor was finally gone, and the first signs after Emanuel Zayas's surgery were deceptively encouraging. The 14-year-old's eyes had begun to react to stimulation. The muscles on his face were strengthening. For a moment, his family ...
Boy dies after surgery to remove 10-pound facial tumorUSA TODAY
Boy dies after doctors remove 10-pound tumor from his faceCBS News
Boy with 10-pound facial tumor dies after surgeryNew York Daily News -New York Post -AOL
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09:42am Mon, January 22, 2018

ABC News

7 things pediatricians want parents to know about the flu epidemic
ABC News
The deadly flu epidemic sweeping the nation has closed schools in states from Alabama to Texas and killed at least 30 children since its official start on Oct. 1, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Interested in Flu ...
Flu shots aren't perfect, but scientists are trying to make them betterCNBC
CDC Director: The truth about the fluFox News
Here's How Widespread the Flu Is This YearTIME
The New Yorker -WPLG Local 10 -Newsweek
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12:09pm Mon, January 22, 2018

U.S. News & World Report

Heat-Not-Burn Cigarette Alternative Faces US Scrutiny
U.S. News & World Report
This undated image provided by Philip Morris in January 2018 shows the company's iQOS product. The device heats tobacco sticks but stops short of burning them, an approach that Philip Morris says reduces exposure to tar and other toxic byproducts of ...
FDA Review Finds Fewer Toxins from Heat-Not-Burn Cigarette (ReutersMedPage Today
Are high-tech tobacco products healthier? FDA wants more dataLaredo Morning Times
FDA releases initial review of Philip Morris' iQOS deviceReuters -Newsmax -WWSB ABC 7 -Tech Times
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03:11pm Mon, January 22, 2018

Fox News

Why flesh-eating bacteria can look like the flu
Fox News
An Arizona woman who was initially diagnosed with the flu turned out to have a life-threating infection with "flesh-eating" bacteria, according to news reports. The woman, Christin Lipinski, visited her doctor with flu-like symptoms and pain under her ...
Valley woman hospitalized after being diagnosed with flesh-eating diseaseFOX 61
Mother-of-three battling the flu hospitalized with flesh-eating disease that has ravaged 30% of her soft tissueDaily Mail
Woman diagnosed with flu loses more than 30 percent of body due to flesh-eating
International Business Times -Hawaii News Now -ABC Action News
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02:41pm Mon, January 22, 2018


Sick girl back at school after judge says she can bring cannabis into class
A sick girl is back at school after a judge allowed her to carry medical marijuana to class. Ashley Surin, 11, of Schaumburg in Illinois, suffers from acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Turpin family marched 13 kids back and forth inside house for hours ...
Who is Ashley Surin? In landmark case, Illinois girl using marijuana for leukemia allowed back in schoolInternational Business Times, India Edition
11-Year Old Girl Wins The Right To Use Medical Marijuana At SchoolThe Fresh Toast
Groundbreaking medical marijuana case lets little girl go back to schoolWENY-TV

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11:08am Mon, January 22, 2018

Business Insider

Researchers are worried that a brain illness known as 'zombie deer' disease may start infecting humans
Business Insider
Chronic wasting disease was discovered in the 1950s when researchers observed deer in Colorado behaving like zombies, staggering around blindly as they starved to death. The disease, caused by the spread of proteins called prions, has since been ...
Panel: Up the effort to stop deadly deer diseaseSouthgate News Herald
Panel wants stepped-up fight against deadly deer illnessMichigan Radio
Scientists Warn a Mysterious Deadly 'Zombie' Deer Disease Could Spread to HumansThe Epoch Times
9&10 News -Tech Times -Spectrum News -–°hronicle of Week
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01:21pm Mon, January 22, 2018


Screen time: Mental health menace or scapegoat?
(CNN) "Have smartphones destroyed a generation?" Jean Twenge, a professor of psychology at San Diego State University, asked in an adapted excerpt of her controversial book, "iGen." In the book, she argues that those born after 1995 are on the "brink ...
Less screen time equals happier teens, up to a pointThe Mercury News
All That Smartphone Time May Be Making Teens
What might explain the unhappiness epidemic?WTSP 10 News
Medical Xpress -Aberdeen Evening Express
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08:22am Mon, January 22, 2018

Philanthropists donate $100 million to 2 Boston hospitals
ABC News
Two of Boston's premier hospitals on Monday received a combined $100 million gift from a telecommunications executive and his wife that they hope will revolutionize innovation and patient care. Boston Children's Hospital and Brigham and Women's ...
Gifts Roundup: Johns Hopkins Gets $75 Million; 2 Hospitals Get $50 Million EachThe Chronicle of Philanthropy
CEO Of Quincy Business, Wife Donate $100M To 2 Boston
Hale gives $100M to Boston hopitalsThe Patriot Ledger
PR Newswire (press release)
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12:37pm Mon, January 22, 2018

KXLY Spokane

CDC Identified 2 Small Montana Counties at Risk for HIV
U.S. News & World Report
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study of the nation's most at-risk for HIV has two Montana counties listed and Montana health officials perplexed. Jan. 22, 2018, at 12:04 p.m.. CDC Identified 2 Small Montana Counties at Risk for HIV ...
CDC to scale back infectious disease prevention work in foreign countries amid funding concernsBecker's Hospital Review
CDC To Cut Back Disease Prevention, Surveillance Operations In 39 Foreign Countries Due To Funding ConcernsKaiser Family Foundation

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10:47am Mon, January 22, 2018


Tractor beam breakthrough could lead to levitating humans
A styrofoam particle of 1.6cm (1.88 wavelengths of sound) trapped in the center of a "tornado" of ultrasonic waves. University of Bristol. Tractor beams have made the jump from science fiction to reality in recent years, but only for levitating very ...
Scientists levitate largest object yet with an acoustic tractor beam, might one day work for humansZME Science
Tractor beam breakthrough could allow for levitating humansTechSpot
Ultra-powerful acoustic tractor beam could one day levitate
Newsline -iNews -Alive For Football -The Express Tribune
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06:00pm Sun, January 21, 2018