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The good news (and bad) about this summer’s mosquito season

You probably do not need anyone to tell you how bad the mosquitoes were in the last suburbs. The rainiest May in the history of Chicago and a series of record high temperatures have combined the perfect conditions for millions of mosquito eggs to be developed, experts say. Typically, the mosquito season does not start before mid-June. "When we are …

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St. Luke’s in Houston to suspend heart transplants after recent deaths

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Origins of an epidemic: Purdue Pharma knew its opioids were widely abused

Senior executives have pleaded guilty to a "misbranding" crime at the time. Federal prosecutors reported that the company was aware of a "significant" abuse of OxyContin immediately after it was placed on the market, but hid this information. Purdue Pharma, the company that planted the seeds of the opioid epidemic through its aggressive marketing of OxyContin, has long claimed that …

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Here’s What Could Happen If You Don’t Properly Remove Mascara

A woman who had the habit of not washing mascara had developed dark nodules and pigmented under the eyelid, caused by the accumulation of pieces of mascara. Credit: Caters News A woman in Australia who had a habit of not washing her mascara developed serious eye problems that they could see, according to a new report. The 50-year-old woman went …

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Pet owners warned about potentially deadly flea bites

SAN DIEGO – County public health officials reported Friday that a woman in North Park contracted a rare but potentially lethal form of typhus and urged pet owners to leave their pets outside to protect their animals domestic and themselves from fleas. [19659002Ladonnaisstateoverwasinstateyouragainstheircommercialpolicycontactinthefactualhealthcollectionofthefirstcolouredonthecollectionofthecontactontheontalontea Typhus is most often spread by fleas that feed on infected rats, opossums, cats, raccoons and rodents. …

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Romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak kills 4 more people

Receive urgent alerts and special reports. The news and stories that count, delivered on weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Another four people died of E. coli infections from Roman lettuce and 25 others were reported, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Friday. The epidemic is over and the Roman lettuce is no longer on the warning list, but case …

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2 rabid bats found in Washtenaw County this year

Share this story Allow friends of your social network to know what you are reading 2 bats rabbi found in Washtenaw County this year Rabies is a preventable viral disease of mammals if it is captured. Most reported cases occur in wild animals such as raccoons, skunks and bats. Post on Facebook Sent! A link has been sent to your …

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June is National Sun Safety Month

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – When one thinks of the sun, one often thinks of the beach or spends time enjoying the outdoors but, while millions of Americans they move, more than one hour at work every day, they are unaware that much of their sun exposure is in their cars. Children and children whose young skin is more vulnerable …

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