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Octopuses are being given ecstasy in the name of science

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine think that octopuses are just like us! Well, at least in the way they react to ecstasy. The research, which, yes, means giving octopuses..
Mashable

UK, EU At 'Impasse' In Brexit Negotiations

uk, eu at 'impasse' in brexit negotiations
Watch VideoLeaders from the EU and the UK met in Salzburg this week to hash-out a Brexit deal and it went... not great. "So we are at an impasse." British Prime Minister Theresa May says there are..
Newsy

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UK and EU At 'Impasse' in Brexit Negotiations [Video]UK and EU At 'Impasse' in Brexit Negotiations

After a summit with European leaders in Salzburg, British Prime Minister Theresa May says the EU hasn't been receptive enough to the UK's proposals.

Newsy Studio -   01:14

Food as medicine? [Video]Food as medicine?

MetroHealth has opened a Food Clinic at the hospital's main campus to help patients who don't have access to healthy food.

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Swollen Finger Turns Out to Be Rare Sign of Tuberculosis [Video]Swollen Finger Turns Out to Be Rare Sign of Tuberculosis

A woman's swollen finger was actually a sign of tuberculosis. Veuer's Elizabeth Keatinge has more.

Veuer -   00:45

Study Shows Eating Certain Foods Linked To Cancer [Video]Study Shows Eating Certain Foods Linked To Cancer

Business Insider reports a study reveals eating certain types of food is linked to cancer. The study surveyed 471,495 European adults. It found people who consume more meat, junk food, and alcohol..

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FDA: Your pets' flea and tick medicine could cause them neurological issues [Video]FDA: Your pets' flea and tick medicine could cause them neurological issues

The FDA warned pet owners on Thursday that some flea and tick medicine could cause neurologic adverse events for dogs and cats.

Rumble -   00:31

We All Carry Around Some Love Weight, Study Finds [Video]We All Carry Around Some Love Weight, Study Finds

More than three out of four Americans in a relationship (79 percent) admit to carrying around a bit of "love weight," according to new research. A new study conducted by OnePoll, on behalf of Jenny..

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LifePath Hospice Opening New Inpatient Hospice Unit at Tampa General Hospital

Located on the fourth floor in the East Pavilion at Tampa General Hospital (TGH), LifePath Hospice will open its new inpatient hospice unit on Monday, October 1. The 8,500 square-foot unit featuring 16..
PRWeb

Dynatronics Schedules Conference Call to Report Financial Results for Fourth Quarter and Full Fiscal Year 2018

dynatronics schedules conference call to report financial results for fourth quarter and full fiscal year 2018
*COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS, UT / ACCESSWIRE / September 21, 2018 / *Dynatronics Corporation (NASDAQ: DYNT) today announced that its financial results for the fourth quarter and fiscal year ended June 30, 2018..
Accesswire

NHS wins legal battle against drugs giants over saving millions with cheaper medicine


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Clinical trial proves to be 'magic' for Crohn's treatment

Daily pulses of electricity delivered in minute doses have banished all symptoms of Crohn's disease for a New Jersey woman whose treatment was derived from the breakthrough theories of a Long Island..
Newsday

People in Pa. prisons are smuggling medicine to treat their addictions because the state won't provide it | Opinion

Without access to effective addiction treatment, which includes medications that are not accessible in PA prisons, people in addiction turn to drastic measures such as smuggling drugs and risk more..
philly.com

Former Kansas doctor hopes new scholarship boosts interest in rural medicine

Virendra Patel practiced medicine in Independence for decades before moving to Texas in 2012.
bizjournals

Octopuses on ecstasy drug 'become more social'

octopuses on ecstasy drug 'become more social'
Gül Dölen, a neuroscientist at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine who led the study, designed an experiment with three connected water chambers. One of them contained a trapped octopus, and..
WorldNews

How binge-drinking in college affects the brain

how binge-drinking in college affects the brain
Jamie Smolen, a professor of medicine at the University of Florida, has spent years studying alcohol's effect on the brain. Here, he lays out how alcohol is damaging for partying students.
MailOnline

UK doctors win battle with drug giants over cheaper eye medicine

Drug giants Novartis, Bayer and Roche on Friday lost a bid to stop British doctors from recommending a cheaper drug option for people with an eye disease that causes blindness, the High Court in London..
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Bird-X Featured in Federal Health & Medicine Publication Highlighting Dangers of Avian Influenza

After the USDA confirmed cases of highly pathogenic H7 avian influenza in a commercial flock in Tennessee, bird owners and backyard enthusiasts are warned to take precaution against human infection...
PRWeb

Stago Releases a New Educational Webinar on Venous Thromboembolism Screening and the Role of Laboratory D-dimer Testing to Minimize Unnecessary Imaging Procedures

In a new webinar, hosted by LabRoots on the Stago EdVantage Virtual University beginning on October 12 in recognition of World Thrombosis Day, participants will learn about venous thromboembolism (VTE)..
PRWeb

With September Designated “National Prostate Health Month” - Dr. David Samadi Warns About Recent Link Between Heavy Beer Consumption and Prostate Cancer

One of the Nation’s Leading Urologic Oncologists, Whose Performed of 7000 Robotic Prostate Surgeries, Says New Study Links The Dangers of Drinking Too Much Beer and Rise In Probability of The Deadly..
PRWeb

IONpath Shares Comprehensive Studies of Enumeration of Immune Cells in Solid Tumors in Educational Webinar

Through this webinar, which LabRoots will host October 2, attendees will gain a better understanding of how MIBI technology enables simultaneous imaging of 40+ markers in FFPE tissue to analyze the..
PRWeb

The trade war reaches Procter & Gamble -- and into the medicine cabinet

P&G relies on Chinese parts to make products like Crest and Oral-B toothpaste and toothbrushes, Febreze air freshener, Downy and Bounce dryer sheets, and Braun electric shavers.
CNNMoney

Is Pot Stock GW Pharmaceuticals Undervalued?

The upcoming launch of its marijuana medicine for epilepsy could send sales surging.
Motley Fool

A startup that's helping us better understand the microbes that live in and on each of us is now going to start developing drugs based on those bugs

a startup that's helping us better understand the microbes that live in and on each of us is now going to start developing drugs based on those bugs
· Microbiome startup uBiome, best known for its tests that sequence the bugs living in us, is expanding into drug development. · Boosted by $83 million in series C funding, the San Francisco-based..
Business Insider

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