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FDA Re-Evaluates Labels for ‘Healthy,’ ‘Natural’ Foods

May 10, 2016 Featured, Health No Comments

Consumer Reports’ survey says many shoppers look for the “natural” label.

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FDA Re-Evaluates Labels for ‘Healthy,’ ‘Natural’ Foods

Illness Sweeps Canada Evacuation Center After Wildfire

May 9, 2016 Featured, Health No Comments

Close quarters can create breeding ground for infectious diseases.

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Illness Sweeps Canada Evacuation Center After Wildfire

Parents of Daughters With Batten Disease Counting on Miracle

May 6, 2016 Featured, Health No Comments

Gordon Gray’s daughters Charlotte and Gwenyth were diagnosed with Batten CLN6, a degenerative brain disorder.

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Parents of Daughters With Batten Disease Counting on Miracle

E-Cigarettes to Be Regulated by FDA

May 5, 2016 Featured, Health No Comments

Agency announced new regulations to combat “wild, wild west” of e-cigarettes.

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E-Cigarettes to Be Regulated by FDA

FBI Nabs Man Suspected of Poisoning Produce

May 4, 2016 Featured, Health No Comments

The FBI and Michigan Health Department are investigating if anyone got seriously ill from the low-scale chemical attack.

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FBI Nabs Man Suspected of Poisoning Produce

Playground Traumatic Brain Injuries on the Rise, Study Says

May 2, 2016 Featured, Health No Comments

Children between the ages of 5 and 9 had the highest injury rate.

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Playground Traumatic Brain Injuries on the Rise, Study Says

‘Air Rage’ Linked to First-Class Cabin, Study Finds

May 2, 2016 Featured, Health No Comments

In-flight tensions can run high on flights with a first-class section.

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‘Air Rage’ Linked to First-Class Cabin, Study Finds

U.S. Reports First Zika Virus Death in Puerto Rico

April 29, 2016 Featured, Health No Comments

A man infected with Zika virus in Puerto Rico has died from complications of the infection, health officials said Friday.

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U.S. Reports First Zika Virus Death in Puerto Rico

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