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CNN

There must be something in the water: Hospital in Arizona has 16 pregnant nurses
CNN
(CNN) There's a baby boom in an Arizona hospital and it's not coming from the maternity ward. Sixteen nurses who work in the intensive care unit of the Banner Desert Medical Center in Mesa are pregnant. "I know a couple of us did fertility treatments ...
Baby boom at Arizona hospital with 16 pregnant nursesKOAA.com Colorado Springs and Pueblo News
16 nurses pregnant at Arizona hospitalKRON4
Sixteen nurses get pregnant at Arizona hospital ICUBBC News
fox2now.com -KTVQ Billings News -Infosurhoy -Valley News Live
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AL.com

West Virginia postpones Fan Day due to virus
SFGate
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) ? West Virginia has postponed its Fan Day following an outbreak of hand, foot and mouth disease among several members of the school's football program. The school said Saturday that five cases of the highly contagious viral ...
WVU Fan Day postponed because of virusHuntington Herald Dispatch
Five cases of Hand, foot and mouth causes WVU to cancel their fan dayWVLT.TV
West Virginia postpones football Fan Day after outbreak of hand, foot and mouth diseaseAL.com
Blue Gold News (blog)
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FOX43.com

It took 4 years, 3 miscarriages and 1616 shots to make this baby
FOX43.com
This photo is testament to an undying hope in the face of heartbreak after heartbreak. Wearing a rainbow swaddle, the 2-week-old is encircled with hundreds of syringes showing her parents' IVF struggles. The heart around her is made of the blood ...
Photo of newborn baby surrounded by IVF syringes going viralKMOV.com
A Photo Capturing One Couple's 4-Year Fertility Struggle Is Going ViralTIME
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Mayo Clinic -AZFamily -Facebook
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NJ.com

More mosquitoes in NJ carry West Nile. Here are the counties where the most were found.
NJ.com
To add injury to insult, more of the mosquitoes are testing positive for West Nile virus in New Jersey this season. And, this spike is expected to continue for the coming weeks, according to state health officials who are warning residents to take ...
First Case Of West Nile Virus 2018 Shows Up In Larimer Co. HorsePatch.com
Mosquitoes, dead birds and chickens test positive for West Nile Virus in Contra Costa CountyKGO-TV
Shasta County reports first case of West Nile virusRedding Record Searchlight
Shreveport Times -Madison.com -Davis Enterprise -SFGate
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FOX31 Denver

Woman says surgeon removed kidney by mistake in botched operation
FOX31 Denver
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. ? Dena Knapp went to Avera McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, to have an adrenal gland and associated mass removed. Instead, according to a lawsuit, Dr. Scott Baker removed her healthy right kidney, USA Today reports.
Woman Went To Surgeon To Have Adrenal Gland Mass Removed, He Took Out Her Kidney Instead, Suit ClaimsThe Inquisitr
Woman sues surgeon who wrongly removed her kidneyWATE 6 On Your Side
Iowa Woman Suing Over Kidney RemovalKELOLAND TV
WFAA.com -Sioux Falls Argus Leader -Avera Health -KTIV
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WPXI Pittsburgh

Avoid low-carb diets if you want to live longer, study suggests
WPXI Pittsburgh
Previous studies have shown how a low-carb diet can help with weight loss, but cutting such foods might also shorten your life, according to a new report. >> Read more trending news. Researchers from Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston recently ...
Cutting Carbs Could Cut Years off Your LifeThe Epoch Times (press release)
Low-carb diets associated with lower life expectancy, study suggestsCBC.ca
Moderate carbohydrate intake may result in good healthDeccan Chronicle
TVNZ -The Lancet -Science Daily
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Bangor Daily News

Maine sixth worst state for increase in overdose deaths
Bangor Daily News
PORTLAND, Maine ? Data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows Maine is the sixth worst state when it comes to an increase in overdose deaths. According to the CDC, overdose deaths increased 10.9 percent between January ...
Our View: Why we're losing the war on drugsThe Fayetteville Observer
Rash of overdoses show dangers of powerful synthetic drugsWashington Post
Synthetic drug explosion drives increase in overdoses in USThe Mercury News
NOLA.com -AL.com -Biddeford Journal Tribune -Patch.com
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Verde Independent

Health officials warn of measles threat
Verde Independent
State and county health officials are warning Northern Arizona residents about the threat of potential exposure to the measles virus after an out-of-state visitor with measles traveled through the area during early August. Although Arizona Department ...
State and County Officials Warn Residents of Potential Exposure to Measles in ArizonaKdminer
Recent Visitor to Sedona May Have Exposed Others to MeaslesU.S. News & World Report
Arizona health officials warn residents about measles exposureAZCentral.com
AZFamily -ABC15 Arizona -FOX 10 News Phoenix -KJZZ
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SFGate

Asterias patients: How they are faring
San Francisco Chronicle
Thirty people have received Asterias Biotherapeutics' stem cell therapy. Eight got a dose of 2 million cells to determine whether the cells and the process of giving them ? via an injection in the spinal cord ? were safe. The rest got doses of 10 ...
Painstaking path to progressSFGate

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NJ.com

Hey men, guess which type of underwear may be hurting your sperm count, according to this study
NJ.com
Boxers or briefs? The age-old question that has been put to famous athletes, actors and even presidents over the years. And while it's typically seen as a choice of aesthetics, one undergarment may be better than the other ? or at least when it comes ...
Your Choice Of Underwear Has A Massive Impact On Your ManhoodGentside UK

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