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New Study: Deadly Flesh-Eating Genital Infection Linked to Certain Diabetes Medication

This post was originally published on this site People taking medications to help manage type 2 diabetes should talk to their doctor about their risk of a rare genital infection that has been linked to a certain class of diabetes… Continue Reading →

‘The worst they have ever seen’: Family shares shocking photo of father’s hospital bedsore

This post was originally published on this site When you have a spouse, parent or grandparent in hospital, one of the greatest concerns is for their comfort. Are they in pain? Are they comfortable? Are the medical staff doing their… Continue Reading →

Dangers of Farming Octopus

This post was originally published on this site There are a lot of risks to recognize when anything is being mass produced for the global market, especially when it comes to the livestock industry. Our demand for food is stripping… Continue Reading →

Should Dads Be Allowed to Stay Overnight in Maternity Wards?

This post was originally published on this site Many dads are very involved throughout their partner’s pregnancy, in weekly childbirth classes couples can go over the stages of labour, birthing positions and breathing techniques. While the mom-to-be is rolling around… Continue Reading →

We Need More Mean Moms

This post was originally published on this site Do you think mom’s today are too nice? While we don’t need malicious parenting, are some parents forgetting the importance of teaching tough love? Many new age parents are taking on opposite… Continue Reading →

CBD vs. THC | Dr. Josh Axe

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What Juuling Does to Your Body (It’s Not Pretty)

This post was originally published on this site In 2003, the first commercially successful electronic cigarette debuted in China. Today, millions of consumers regularly use “electronic nicotine delivery systems” (ENDS), especially electronic cigarettes (also called e-cigarettes). Juul e-cigarettes, apparently created to… Continue Reading →

Can You Get Lung Cancer Without Smoking? This Healthy 28-Year Old Did

This post was originally published on this site Stephen Huff, 28, grew up playing baseball in Tennessee. After earning a scholarship as a pitcher, Huff was drafted by the Chicago White Sox. He exercised every day, ate well, and even… Continue Reading →

After Eating Raw Rodent’s Kidney for ‘Good Health,’ Couple Die of Bubonic Plague, Spark Quarantine

This post was originally published on this site An unsuspecting Mongolian couple contracted the plague after eating raw rodent meat. The region the couple was visiting in the Bayan- Ölgii province (which borders China and Russia) went under quarantine for… Continue Reading →

It’s a … Boy?! Photo Captures Mom’s Surprised Look After Delivery  

This post was originally published on this site Nancy Ray was certain she was pregnant with a girl. However, after a laborious birth, the parents were shocked by a newborn baby boy. The photo of that moment—full of heart and… Continue Reading →

What Exactly Is the Link Between Your Appendix and Parkinson’s?

This post was originally published on this site Last year, a study of 1.7 million people found that if you get your appendix removed, you’re 25 percent less likely to get Parkinson’s disease [1]. Now, a study involving over 62… Continue Reading →

DNA Kit Traces Man’s Ancestry Back 55 Generations In What Could Be The Oldest Known Lineage In America

This post was originally published on this site When Darrell “Dusty” Crawford was in school in Montana, he was taught that his ancestors, the Blackfeet Nation, were some of the first people to step foot in America. Judging by his DNA… Continue Reading →

Mother Didn’t Realize She Was Pregnant Until The Moment She Gave birth

This post was originally published on this site She wasn’t pregnant at 4 am (or so she thought) but became a mother several hours later. Klara Dollan spent nine months not knowing she was pregnant until she went into labor… Continue Reading →

Judge Rules 3-Year-Old Must Receive Chemotherapy Against Parents’ Wishes

This post was originally published on this site A Florida judge ruled on May 8th that a toddler must receive chemotherapy treatment for his leukemia diagnosis against the wishes of his parents, who wish to pursue alternative treatment, including cannabis,… Continue Reading →

How to Make Golden Milk | Dr. Josh Axe

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‘Bruise’ turned out to be deadly melanoma hiding on 21-year-old’s nail

This post was originally published on this site Karolina Jasko was a senior in high school when a strange spot appeared on her right thumbnail. The technician at her local beauty salon noticed it, a thin line vertically across the… Continue Reading →

Study Shows Students Learn Better When They Take Handwritten Notes

This post was originally published on this site The educational system is being swept along in the race for technological advancement and supremacy in nearly every country. I’m not anti-technology, but I’m aware of the disadvantages of the Computer Age…. Continue Reading →

These Ladybug Impostors are not Here to Bring You Good Luck, They’re Here to Bite

This post was originally published on this site When you notice a tiny, friendly ladybug sitting on your shoulder – their appearance is thought to herald good fortune. In reality, it might not be a ladybug at all – it… Continue Reading →

Synthetic Cannabis: is it still a concern?

This post was originally published on this site In March 2018 the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) began receiving reports that users of synthetic cannabinoids were experiencing life-threatening symptoms which included severe bleeding from almost every orifice; including their… Continue Reading →

60 doctors, pharmacists charged in largest US opioid prescription bust

This post was originally published on this site On Wednesday, April 17, 2019, the Justice Department made public that federal prosecutors are charging 60 medical professionals for alleged health care fraud and illegally pushing opioids — in a time when… Continue Reading →

3-Month Old Goes to Bed Healthy, But Doesn’t Wake Up

This post was originally published on this site A mom shares her story in order to bring awareness to the otherwise hushed up, Group B Strep. Even as a mother of three, Emily had never heard of the infection and… Continue Reading →

The Era of Spanking has Ended

This post was originally published on this site When your buttons have been pushed past their point by your child, you may be verging on a discipline nightmare. This is when the age-old question may arise: To spank, or not… Continue Reading →

Amy Schumer is Asking Fans to Boycott Wendy’s- And Their Spicy Chicken Nuggets

This post was originally published on this site Last week, comedian and actor, Amy Schumer took a moment from her baby preparation to send a public message to Wendy’s and to encourage her fan base to boycott the company. Amy… Continue Reading →

How to Relieve Anxiety Naturally | Dr. Josh Axe

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Cafe in the Philippines Now Uses Straws Made Out Of Coconut Leaves To Cut Plastic Waste

This post was originally published on this site “Even if your efforts may only make a tiny dent in the case, never stop fighting for what you believe in.” – Anonymous There’s no other way to say it, except loud… Continue Reading →

Beehives in Texas Attacked, Set On Fire, Killing Half a Million Bees, Officials Say

This post was originally published on this site Why anyone would take out the time to light up dozens of beehives? The beekeepers of Alvin in Brazoria County, Texas don’t really know, however, the entire community is stopping at nothing… Continue Reading →

Grow Your Own Pineberries: The White Strawberries with an Amazing Pineapple Flavor

This post was originally published on this site If you’re a fan of strawberries and pineapples, then you’re going to love this fragrant fruit that’s a bit of both and a lot of each. The pineberry, Fragaria x ananassa, is… Continue Reading →

ALDI to Have All Reusable, Recyclable, or Compostable Packaging by 2025

This post was originally published on this site If you’re like me, you cringe when you see people leaving the grocery store with a cart full of items in plastic bags. The problem is that even if these people dutifully… Continue Reading →

Mom-Of-Six Calls Out English School for Feeding Her Kids Bread And Butter at Lunch Because She Owed $23

This post was originally published on this site According to the head teacher at Ravensdale Junior School in Mickleover, Derbyshire, the school had merely been following the dinner-debt policy. Children will be given bread and butter if their families owe… Continue Reading →

Newly Proposed Bill Would Prevent People with Food Stamps from Buying Junk Food in Texas

This post was originally published on this site The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)—also known as the food stamp program—is a multi-billion dollar program that helps people living in poverty to get the food they need. However, people on food… Continue Reading →

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