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    • 13 APR 18
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    State may ban energy drink sales to minors

    South Carolina lawmakers are proposing a ban on the sale of energy drinks to minors after a deadly incident linked to high amounts of caffeine. Since 2012, it’s estimated that at least 2,200 Americans under 19 became ill after having an energy drink. Last April, Davis Cripe, a 16-year-old sophomore, suddenly collapsed at his South

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    • 13 APR 18
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    CDC investigating E. coli outbreak now in 7 states

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating an outbreak of a particularly nasty strain of E. coli that’s sickened people in seven states. The illnesses from Shiga toxin-producing E. coli O157:H7 has landed six people in the hospital. So far, the CDC reports 17 people have been affected in Washington, Idaho, Missouri, Ohio,

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    • 12 APR 18
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    Nurse charged with murder allegedly injected air into patients’ bloodstreams

    DALLAS — A nurse who has been charged with murder intentionally caused stroke-like injuries to seven patients at a Texas heart hospital, leading to the death of two and serious injuries to the others, according to an arrest warrant. William George Davis, 34, is seen on security video entering patients’ rooms at the hospital on

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    • 11 APR 18
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    2018’s "Dirty Dozen" list of fruits and veggies

    For the third year in a row, strawberries top the “Dirty Dozen” list put out by the Environmental Working Group (EWG). The list, published each year since 2004, ranks popular fruits and vegetables based on pesticide contamination. The group found that one third of all conventional, or non-organic, strawberry samples contained 10 or more pesticides. One

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    • 11 APR 18
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    Mariah Carey reveals bipolar disorder diagnosis

    Pop superstar Mariah Carey has revealed that she has bipolar disorder. The singer told People that though she was first diagnosed in 2001, she is coming forward with her story now because she feels she is in a good place managing her mental health.  Carey told People that she was in denial when she first

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    • 10 APR 18
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    Woman dies from formaldehyde instead of saline in IV

    A woman in Russia has died after hospital medics reportedly put a solution containing formaldehyde in her IV instead of saline. According to reports, 27-year-old Ekaterina Fedyaeva was undergoing a routine surgery when she was injected with formalin, which is normally used as part of the embalming process to preserve dead bodies.   Russia’s state-controlled

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    • 10 APR 18
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    Nursing home accused of dumping patient at homeless shelter

    WILLOWBROOK, Calif. — An assisted living center in Southern California is facing serious allegations. CBS Los Angeles reports a diabetic man who uses a wheelchair claims the center dumped him on Skid Row. Ronald Anderson says he was recently kicked out of the nursing facility and was dropped off in front of the Union Rescue Mission

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