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  • 'Herbal' coffee meant to boost sex drive recalled after consumer death

    June 1, 2017 12:57 PM 73

    Does a supposedly natural coffee that will improve your libido and sexual stamina using just herbs sound too good to be true? Well, it was. CaverFlo Natural Herbal Coffee, which promised to do just that, is being recalled after a consumer died after drinking it—and subsequent Food and Drug Administration tests found that the so-called "natural" coffee

  • Man dies after ignoring new tattoo advice, catches infection from ocean

    May 31, 2017 5:12 PM 24

    A man who had just received a new tattoo died days later after ignoring advice to avoid swimming in the ocean for at least two weeks. The unidentified 31-year-old man developed sepsis when his 5-day-old tattoo became infected while swimming in the Gulf of Mexico. The Daily Mail reports the wound on the man's skin became contaminated with a flesh-eating

  • Bird flu outbreak in Shaanxi province kills 20,000 chickens

    May 31, 2017 10:32 AM 23

    BEIJING More than 20,000 chickens died from an outbreak of H7N9 bird flu in northwest China's Shaanxi province, official media said on Wednesday citing a local government statement. The outbreak occurred at an egg farm run by Lvxiangyuan Ecology Co based in Yulin, a city of more than 3 million people. A three-kilometer-radius area has been closed for disinfection

  • Higher risk of breast cancer in segregated white communities

    May 30, 2017 7:42 PM 72

    Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States and breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. May 30 (UPI) -- A recent study found that women living in segregated white communities are at a higher risk of being diagnosed with late-stage breast cancer. Researchers at Georgia State University's School of Public Health analyzed

  • Children’s Health Axing its Annual Holiday Parade

    May 30, 2017 1:09 PM 64

    DALLAS (WBAP/KLIF News) – Children’s Health has announced it will no longer host its annual holiday parade. The organization had hosted the event for nearly 30 years. Hospital spokesman Scott Summerall telling WFAA-TV, “We have decided to move forward with other new and meaningful ways to bring cheer to families in our community this holiday season

  • WATCH: Baby shocks medical staff by walking minutes after birth

    May 29, 2017 7:07 AM 53

    A baby girl has stunned hospital staff in Brazil after she tried to walk reportedly minutes after she was born. Video has emerged of the tiny tot, held in a midwife’s arms, beginning to pump her legs in a walking motion. In a Spanish translation provided by the Sun, nurses are absolutely shocked by the baby’s sudden urge to walk. The midwife explains

  • Scientists say tick population exploding across Long Island

    May 27, 2017 10:01 AM 51

    The Lone Star tick migrated to Long Island from the South and now is well-adapted here, scientists say. Scientists are predicting a record year for ticks, which spread Lyme disease, on Long Island. (Credit: Getty Images/iStockphoto / Joesboy) Scientists predict a record year for ticks on Long Island and the rest of the Northeast, and they are attributing

  • Kid With Heart Defect Blasts Off 'Into Outer Space' In Sweet Video

    May 26, 2017 2:35 PM 22

    Make-A-Wish helped this Georgia boy's dream come true. A 7-year-old in Georgia got the chance to live out his space dreams, with a little help from virtual reality and Make-A-Wish. Zayden Wright of Augusta was born with congenital heart disease and has had four open-heart surgeries and 38 heart catheterizations in his short life. Throughout every ordeal

  • Student's service dog gets own headshot in class yearbook

    May 26, 2017 12:58 PM 18

    A Virginia high school student who attends school with a service dog found himself side-by-side with his canine in the school's yearbook photos. Andrew Schalk has Type 1 diabetes and uses his dog, Alpha, to alert him when his blood sugar levels are off. The black Labrador Retriever gives the 16-year-old his paw when his levels are too high or too low. Alpha

  • Mayor joins coalition against American Health Care Act

    May 24, 2017 9:52 PM 21

    Mayor John Hamilton joined a 155-city coalition that is urging Congress not to enact the American Health Care Act. The Cities Thrive Coalition is comprised of mayors across the country who are against the new health care proposal, which they say will eliminate health insurance for 24 million people. In addition, the coalition is against the bill because