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18:23 EST 16th December 2018 | BioPortfolio

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Saturday 15th December 2018

Boys need better access to mental health care. Why aren't they getting it?

“If you can’t turn to someone in your life and say how you are really feeling, then you’re only going to end up hurting yourself somehow down the road.”

Friday 14th December 2018

J&J knew for decades that asbestos lurked in some of its baby powder

Internal documents show that the company's powder was sometimes tainted with carcinogenic asbestos and that J&J kept the information quiet.

Thursday 13th December 2018

Former nicotine research monkeys now at primate sanctuary

The nicotine addiction study by the FDA started in 2014, but was suspended last year after the agency learned four research monkeys had died.

Romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak traced to California farm

An irrigation reservoir was found to be contaminated.

Texas-size trouble for those seeking health care

Texas is an economic powerhouse, yet it fails to take care of its residents’ health, statistics show, and is home to some of the most extreme entrepreneurial medical practices.

Obamacare sign-ups lag as Saturday deadline looms

Report from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services showed nearly 20 percent fewer new people signed up than at about the same time last year.

Wednesday 12th December 2018

Newly elected Rep. Mark Green says he'll question vaccines

Green repeated long-disproven fears about CDC coverups and autism rates.

More sleep in Seattle: Later school start helps kids get full night of rest

Exam scores and other grades in the science classes increased year to year by a small margin as a result, researchers say.

Climate change contributes to rise in animal bites

Researchers also note that poorer families are at higher risk of animal bites.

Doctors who first saw U.S. diplomats hurt in Cuba say symptoms 'cannot be faked'

"We have measurable, quantifiable evidence that something really did happen," said one doctor — but it remains unclear what injured the patients.

Tuesday 11th December 2018

Recreational marijuana could come to New York State in 2019

"The positive effects of a regulated marijuana market in New York State outweigh the potential negative impacts," the New York Department of Health states.

'Dense sexual networks' behind high HIV rates of gay black men, study finds

Black men who have sex with men have higher HIV rates, despite less high-risk sexual activities. New research shows sexual networks are largely responsible.

Jimmy Dean recalls more than 29,000 pounds of sausage over metal fears

No injuries have been reported to the Food Safety and Inspection Service, but five consumer complaints about the product containing metal prompted the recall.

'I'm pill-free and healthy': How small goals helped this man lose 160 pounds

By joining WW and working toward achievable goals, Eric Gonzales lost 160 pounds and reversed his high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes.

'I'm pill-free and healthy': How small goals helped Eric Gonzales lose 160 pounds

By joining WW and working toward achievable goals, Eric Gonzales lost 160 pounds and reversed his high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes.

Scientists search for marijuana's holy grail — consistent highs

"No one ever knows what they’re getting, and it’s a huge problem," one scientist said.

Monday 10th December 2018

Study explains how red meat raises heart risk

Eating meat also altered kidney function, the researchers found.

Why we get a surge of energy before a vacation — and how to recreate it

A dose of dopamine is the reason you breeze through your to-do list before a vacation. Here's how to recreate the surge of motivation.

Need health insurance? Obamacare enrollment ends Dec. 15

Wider availability of short-term plans and the elimination of the penalty are two big changes that have set this year’s apart from past sign-up periods.

Here's why the CDC says not to eat cookie dough

Even egg-free cookie dough isn't safe because raw flour carries germs, too.

Sunday 9th December 2018

Even without proof, CBD is finding a niche as a cure-all

Supporters say cannibidiol, which comes from the hemp plant, can treat pain, anxiety, inflammation and even cancer. But it might just be snake oil.

Saturday 8th December 2018

'Kids are falling off': Why fewer children have health insurance now

"We need to make this a priority again," said the lead author of a report that found a decline in insured children last year for the first time in a decade.

Friday 7th December 2018

Brain infection from use of neti pot is rare

The woman inhaled a brain-eating amoeba that was not discovered until nearly a year later.

Ebola spreads to major Congo city

Now in Butembo, a city of 1 million, the outbreak is second only to the devastating West Africa outbreak that killed over 11,300 people a few years ago.

Sex harassment claims tarnish U.N. AIDS agency

Investigators conclude that the "toxic working environment" cannot be changed until the agency's leader, Michel Sidibé, is replaced. But he has no plans to resign.


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