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Washington Post
111 people have killed themselves under California's new right-to-die law
Washington Post
Tom House was about as robust and independent as anyone could hope to be as an octogenarian. A former Marine, private pilot and insurance broker, he was still chopping wood and going on miles-long jogs at his retirement home in Sonoma, Calif., long ...
111 terminally ill patients took their own lives in first 6 months of California right-to-die lawLos Angeles Times
111 terminally ill people end their lives under California's new right-to-die law: California Department of HealthUSA TODAY
111 terminally ill people took their own lives under California's End of Life Option Act during first six monthsNew York Daily News
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CBS News
Research finds 1 in 3 American cats and dogs are too plump
CBS News
A new study shows the nationwide obesity epidemic now includes our pets. Busy lifestyles and unhealthy diets are wreaking havoc on our pets and while porky animals may look cute, the extra fat can cause life-threatening conditions, reports CBS News ...
Colorado humans are among the fittest in the country. Their pets? Not so much.The Denver Post
Study: American pets are becoming more overweightFOX31 Denver
1 Out Of 3 Dogs And Cats Are Overweight And It's Costing UsForbes
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Mom of Boy With Rare Condition Shares His Enormous Hospital Bill in Response to GOP's New Plan
A lifetime cap on benefits is the same as saying, "Sorry, you're not worth keeping alive anymore." Twitter. By Laura Beck. Jun 26, 2017. BuzzFeed reports on a 2-year-old boy named Ethan who was born with a rare condition that requires serious medical care.

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New York Times
Plague Is Found in New Mexico. Again.
New York Times
The cause of plague, Yersinia pestis bacteria, in the foregut of a flea. Credit Media for Medical/UIG via Getty Images. The New Mexico Department of Health said this week that two women were found to have plague, bringing the total number of people ...
7 things to know about the human plague, symptoms and how to protect yourselfWSOC Charlotte

The San Diego Union-Tribune
Will cancer warning make you avoid Roundup weed killer?
The San Diego Union-Tribune
The weed killer Roundup will become the latest product in California required to carry a label alerting consumers that exposure is believed to cause cancer, state regulators announced this week. The decision marks the latest flash point in a years-long ...
Ingredient in Roundup weed killer going on list as cancerousNEWS10 ABC
Monsanto's Weed Killer Roundup May Get Cancer Warning LabelTech Times
Roundup Could Be Getting a Warning LabelU.S. News & World Report
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BBC News
Charlie Gard's parents 'hope to use donations to set up charity'
BBC News
The mother of Charlie Gard has suggested £1.3m donated by the public for her son to undergo experimental therapy will instead go to charity. Judges at the European Court of Human Rights have rejected Charlie's parents' plea to intervene in his case.
Baby to Come Off Life Support After Parents Lose Court FightNewser
Charlie Gard doctors say there's "no rush" to turn off tots life support as wellwishers continue to
Fundraising continues after Charlie's parents lose legal bid for treatment in
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Skin patch may be the future of flu vaccines, study suggests
(CNN) The future of flu vaccines just might come in a tiny, prickly patch. A phase 1 clinical trial, the results of which were published in the medical journal Lancet on Tuesday, has deemed the dissolvable microneedle flu patch to be "well tolerated ...
Flu vaccine patch seems as effective as flu shotCBS News
Needle-Free Flu Vaccine Patch Works as Well as a
Researchers develop microneedle patch for flu vaccinationNational Institutes of Health (press release)

The Boston Globe
Boston Children's named best pediatric hospital for 5th year in row
The Boston Globe
Boston's Children's Hospital was named the best pediatric hospital in the country by U.S. News and World Report for the fifth year in a row on Tuesday. “It is certainly an honor to be named the number one pediatric hospital in the nation by U.S. News ...
Best children's hospitals ranked by US News & World ReportUSA TODAY
Best Children's Hospitals - US News Health - US News & World ReportUS News Health - US News & World Report
Best Children's Hospitals 2017-18: Honor Roll and OverviewU.S. News & World Report

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CBS News
Increasing reports of side effects from cosmetics
CBS News
When you purchase a new eye shadow or shampoo, you expect those products will be safe and that they won't cause skin breakouts -- or worse. But new research found that's not always the case. And, because cosmetics are woefully underregulated in the ...
Will your shampoo make your hair fall out? The US government isn't sureQuartz
More health problems reported from cosmetic
Reports of side effects with cosmetics increasingReuters
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Fox News
New Hampshire woman mauled in face by rabid bobcat
Fox News
A New Hampshire woman was mauled by a rabid bobcat on Sunday, June, 25, 2017. (Gene Dabrowski ). A New Hampshire woman was mauled by a rabid bobcat on Sunday and suffered minor injuries. Elsie Dabrowski, 80, was gardening at her Sunapee ...
80-year-old woman uses sickle to fight off rabid bobcatCBS News
80-year-old has no time for rabid bobcat: 'Why is this stupid cat attacking me?'New York Post
Following Attack on 80-Year-Old, Trappers Renew Call for Bobcat HuntingValley News
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