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How to Set the Right Mood With AlcoholThe desired mood of your Thanksgiving meal should determine what type of alcohol you serve: red wine for a sleepy, relaxed atmosphere or spirits for a sexy, confident air. That's the conclusion of a new survey analyzing how different types of alcohol make people feel. The reasons behind the feelings...
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Paper Claims Sugar Industry Quashed Unfavorable ResearchJust as the tobacco industry aimed to quash evidence of health risks linked to smoking, a new paper claims the Sugar Research Foundation decades ago suppressed research on the sugar's negative effects. The assertion comes via University of California at San Francisco researchers who reviewed internal sugar industry documents, per...
Newser14 hours ago
FILE - In this Sept. 4, 2015 file photo ambulances stand at a road in Handeloh, Germany. A German psychotherapist has been sentenced to probation after to confessing to providing a group of alternative practitioners psychedelic drugs as part of a seminar on expanding consciousness as a form of therapy Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017. The 2015 seminar resulted in the hospitalization of the 27 participants with cramps, delirium and other complications from ingesting the psychadelic drug 2C-E and also the extremely potent hallucinogen known as DragonFLY in the northwestern town of Handeloh. (Christian Butt/dpa via AP,file)
German therapist convicted of botched psychedelic experimentA German psychotherapist has been sentenced to probation after to confessing to providing a group of alternative practitioners with psychedelic drugs as part of a seminar on expanding consciousness
The Associated Press15 hours ago
Meet the Last 3 People Still Using an Iron LungWhen Jonas Salk's vaccine largely wiped out polio in the US back in the 1950s, it eliminated a once-common sight: rows of iron lungs in hospitals used to help victims breathe. But the need for those life-saving contraptions hasn't been entirely eliminated. Jennings Brown of Gizmodo visits three polio survivors...
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Australian state reaches brink of legalizing mercy killingsAn Australian state parliament is nearing passage of a voluntary euthanasia bill 20 years after the country repealed the world's first mercy-killing law for the terminally ill
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In this Oct. 12, 2017 photo, Mike Baughman, center, plays the bass with Sam Gibson, left, on guitar while Ryan Baughman, right, looks on at a cabin in Herald, W.Va. Mike Baughman is fighting a rare bile duct cancer he believes is a result of ingesting a parasite inside raw fish while serving in the Vietnam War. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has commissioned a pilot study, the first of its kind in the United States, to look into the link between liver flukes and the disease. (AP Photo/Margie Mason)
VA study shows parasite from Vietnam may be killing vetsA half century after serving in Vietnam, hundreds of veterans have a reason to believe they may be dying from a silent bullet _ test results show some men may have been infected by a slow-killing parasite while fighting in the jungles of Southeast Asia
The Associated Press22 hours ago
FILE – This undated file photo provided by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction shows death row inmate Alva Campbell, convicted of fatally shooting Charles Dials, during a carjacking in 1997. Campbell, whose poor veins led Ohio to halt his execution, has appealed a judge’s decision upholding the state’s lethal injection system. Campbell argues that Ohio's process raises an unconstitutional risk of serious harm because the first of three drugs may not render inmates completely unconscious. Lawyers for Campbell and fellow death row inmate Raymond Tibbetts announced the appeal to the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017. (Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction via AP, File)
Ohio killer who survived execution files new court appealA condemned killer whose poor veins led Ohio to halt his execution has appealed a judge's decision upholding the state's lethal injection system
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FILE - This Friday, April 7, 2017, file photo, shows cigarette butts discarded in an ashtray outside a New York office building. Decades after they were banned from the airwaves, Big Tobacco companies are returning to prime-time television, but not by choice. Under court order, the tobacco industry for the first time will be forced to advertise the deadly, addictive effects of smoking, more than 11 years after a judge ruled that the companies had misled the public about the dangers of cigarettes. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)
Big Tobacco's anti-smoking ads begin after decade of delayU.S. tobacco companies will begin running court-ordered ads on the dangers of smoking
The Associated Press1 day ago
Self-harm, suicide attempts climb among US girls, study saysIncreasing numbers of American girls are overdosing on drugs, cutting themselves and causing other types of self-injury including suicide attempts
The Associated Press1 day ago
'Pioneer in Her Field' Dies Delivering TwinsJulia Roman came to the US from the Dominican Republic when she was 16, joined a program that helps women get jobs in male-dominated industries, and ended up making history: She was the first female elevator and escalator mechanic for New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority. But the story of the...
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FILE - In this April 21, 2015, file photo, a patron smokes a cigarette inside a bar in New Orleans hours before a smoking ban takes effect in bars, gambling halls and many other public places such as hotels, workplaces, private clubs and stores. Cigarette smoking, over-eating and other unhealthy behaviors can be blamed for nearly half of U.S. cancer deaths each year, according to a new American Cancer Society study released Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File)
Nearly half of US cancer deaths blamed on unhealthy behaviorCigarette smoking, over-eating and other unhealthy behaviors can be blamed for nearly half of U.S. cancer deaths each year, according to a new study.
The Associated Press1 day ago
In this Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017, photo, Brad Sippy, chief executive officer of Tremeau Pharmaceuticals, Inc., stands for a portrait, in Cambridge, Mass. Tremeau Pharmaceuticals, Inc., is a small startup trying to bring the recalled painkiller Vioxx back to the market. They are seeking FDA approval for patients with hemophilia with severe pain, but once on the market, doctors could go back to prescribing it to anyone with pain. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)
Startup wants to bring back Vioxx for hemophilia joint painA tiny pharmaceutical company is trying to bring back the arthritis pill Vioxx but for patients with a bleeding disorder
The Associated Press1 day ago
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