1 in 4 Parents Say No to Play Date Invites

4 minutes ago   |   MedicineNet   |   2 articles

Title: 1 in 4 Parents Say No to Play Date Invites Category: Health News Created: 10/22/2019 12:00:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 10/22/2019 12:00:00 AM
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Campfire Cooking: A Primal Guide

Campfire Cooking: A Primal Guide

8 minutes ago   |   Mark's Daily Apple

For hundreds of thousands of years, humans had an unbroken tradition of evening firesides. It's where we told stories, recounted the happenings of the day, sang, danced, and...
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Eye doctor ordered to pay $5.6 M after ‘negligent' vision-correction surgery ends dentist's career

20 minutes ago   |   National Post

Wearing thick-lensed glasses, Brent Jesperson had no problem performing his work as a dentist. Playing sports with the Coke-bottle spectacles on was another matter.
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26-Yr-Old DMD Patient in UP Survives with the Help of Stem Cell Therapy

26-Yr-Old DMD Patient in UP Survives with the Help of Stem Cell Therapy

26 minutes ago   |   Medindia Health

26-year-old patient from Lucknow has survived Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy by regularly taking stem cells for the last five years.
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Is the stethoscope dying? High-tech rivals pose a threat

1 hour ago   |   ABC News

Two centuries after its invention, the stethoscope - the very symbol of the medical profession - is facing an uncertain prognosis
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Poll finds food safety mostly taken for granted in UK

1 hour ago   |   Food Safety

Nearly eight out of 10 adults in the United Kingdom admit to taking food safety for granted according to a survey. The online analysis of more than 2,100 U.K. adults this month...
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Food crime is out there and we need to deal with it, says head of SFCIU

1 hour ago   |   Food Safety

The boss of the Scottish Food Crime and Incidents Unit has spoken of the need for industry input to tackle problems and urged patience for those eager to hear results of...
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Two more beef recalls in Canada for E. coli risk; U.S. warning remains in place

1 hour ago   |   Food Safety

Public health officials have added two more notices to the stack of beef recalls already underway in Canada. An E. coli investigation sparked the actions there, which in turn...
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District's popular Persian restaurant chain is not having a good year

1 hour ago   |   Food Safety

The Moby Dick House of Kabob, a Persian restaurant chain with two dozen locations in the Washington D.C. area, has had 30 good years, but this is not one of them. Maryland...
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Men with Breast Cancer Face High Death Rates

Men with Breast Cancer Face High Death Rates

1 hour ago   |   Medindia Health

Men diagnosed with breast cancer are more likely to die of the disease than their female counterparts across all stages, reports a new study.
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