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Watch live video of April the pregnant giraffe after an 'interesting' night
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HARPURSVILLE, N.Y. — Zookeepers say April the giraffe had an interesting night. They have been watching the video feed closely for more signs of her pregnancy moving along. Animal Adventure Park began streaming on Feb. 23 on YouTube showing April ...
Is April The Giraffe Close To Giving Birth?CBS Local
April the Giraffe update, FAQ'sWCNC.com
April The Giraffe Giving Birth Update: Latest Live Cam Activity Shows 'Interesting' BehaviorInternational Business Times
The Inquisitr -Chattanooga Times Free Press -fox8.com -myfox8.com
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Huffington Post
Breastfeeding Won't Make Your Child Smarter In The Long Run, Study Says
Huffington Post
There are plenty of very good reasons for moms to breastfeed their babies if they're able to, but longterm cognitive gains may not be one of them. A new study, published in the journal Pediatrics on Monday, found that children who were breastfed until ...
Study shows no long-term cognitive benefit to breastfeedingCNN
Sorry Moms, Breastfeeding Isn't Making Your Babies SmarterThe Stir
Breastfeeding and Baby's IQMedPage Today
WXYZ -Shape Magazine -Newsweek -Globalnews.ca
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Scientists have turned spinach into human heart tissue
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Baby spinach grows in a field in Watsonville, California. (Photo by David Paul Morris/Getty Images). A spinach leaf covered in human cells. Scientists inMassachusetts have converted a spinach leaf into a tiny, beating human heart muscle in an eerie ...
Scientists convert spinach leaves into human heart tissue that can beatChicago Tribune
Growing Heart Tissue on Spinach Leaves: Q&AWebMD (blog)
Scientists turned spinach leaves into beating human heart tissueBusiness Insider
Atlanta Journal Constitution -CNBC -TIME -Boston.com
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New York Daily News
11-year-old girl's hands covered in third-degree burns after making "slime"
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Kathleen Quinn just finished creating a popular gooey concoction called “slime” at her kitchen table last week when she noticed both of her hands were starting to hurt. The 11-year-old girl from Rockland, Massachusetts, said her skin suddenly started ...
Girl ends up with 3rd-degree burns from homemade slimeKTRK-TV
Girl suffers severe burns doing popular DIY science projectKIRO Seattle
Girl suffers third-degree burns making popular DIY project for kidsFox 59
Patch.com -Hawaii News Now -Chron.com -WTSP.com
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CNN
The weirder side of obesity: genetic forms of obesity are rare yet numerous
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(CNN) While scientists have been aware of about two dozen genetic conditions that can cause obesity, a new study published Monday in the journal Obesity Reviews finds there are many more. The Canadian researchers have identified and cataloged 79 ...
There Are at Least 79 Obesity 'Syndromes'Live Science
Rare genetic forms of obesity more numerous, diverse than previously thoughtEurekAlert (press release)
Study From Canada IDs More Rare, Genetic Forms of ObesityAJMC.com Managed Markets Network
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KPBS
What Gave Some Primates Bigger Brains? A Fruit-Filled Diet
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Primates like this baboon may have evolved larger, more complex brains over generations of seeking out fruit rather than sticking to low-calorie leaves. From left to right: lemur, vervet monkey, baboon, chimpanzee, human (. Photo by Nature and the ...
Fruit fuelled evolution of a bigger brain - studyNews24
The Mysterious Cause Of Humans' Big Brains May Simply Be A Fruity DietNewsy
A change in diet may have helped our brains get so bigBBC News
Scientific American -Science Magazine -Telegraph.co.uk -Daily Mail
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NDTV
Salt to blame for late night toilet visits - study
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Reducing your salt intake can significantly reduce the need to wee in the night, scientists reveal. The annoying need to pee in the middle of the night is related to the amount of salt in your diet, researchers say. Nocturia, or the excessive need to ...

The Boston Globe
A look at the victims in the Canadian avalanche
The Boston Globe
The victims of an avalanche in Canada earlier this month have been identified as Victor Fedorov and Lauren Zeitels, both doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital. The two doctors were described as “rising young stars” by the hospital's president.
Avalanche Victims Remembered by Hospital ColleaguesU.S. News & World Report
2 MGH doctors identified as victims in deadly avalancheMy Fox Boston
Canadian avalanche victims were MGH doctorsBoston.com
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Miami Herald
South Florida's Zika battle plan includes beefing up public labs, mosquito control
Miami Herald
South Florida's battle plan for Zika, expected to rebound with the rainy season, includes more boots on the ground to inspect and fumigate for mosquitoes, more lab resources to speed up test turnaround times and the promise of a more collegial ...

Nasdaq
Why Trump Could Still Be a Threat to Medical Device Stocks
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The Republican healthcare bill, American Health Care Act (ACHA), which was released earlier this month with the target to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA), hasn't found favor with the masses. This has come as a sigh of relief for the healthcare ...
The Trump Administration's War on ScienceNew York Times
Republicans Question Trum's Proposed NIH CutsNewsmax
Former AHRQ director says administration's plan to fold agency into NIH could be an opportunityHealthcare Finance News
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