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Obama turns attention to growing opioid abuse problem – Washington Post

Washington Post Obama turns attention to growing opioid abuse problemWashington PostATLANTA — The trajectory of opioid deaths in the United States is trending in the wrong direction and should be atop the federal government's radar screen along with the threat of terrorism, responding to natural disasters and promoting a strong …Obama calls for aggressive steps to curb opioid abuse... 

Obama turns attention to growing opioid abuse problem – Washington Post

Washington Post Obama turns attention to growing opioid abuse problemWashington PostATLANTA — The trajectory of opioid deaths in the United States is trending in the wrong direction and should be atop the federal government's radar screen along with the threat of terrorism, responding to natural disasters and promoting a strong …Obama announces new moves to fight opioid and heroin... 

Americans lack awareness of Zika spread, birth defects – CIDRAP

CIDRAP Americans lack awareness of Zika spread, birth defectsCIDRAPMany Americans, including families of pregnant women or those considering getting pregnant, aren't aware of key facts about Zika virus, such as the association to birth defects and that the virus can spread through sexual transmission, a Harvard-led …Gene-altered mice will speed up Zika drug developmentUSA TODAYArizona... 

Kroger unisex bathroom causes social-media stir – Knoxville News Sentinel

Knoxville News Sentinel Kroger unisex bathroom causes social-media stirKnoxville News SentinelA sign posted on a restroom in an Athens, Ga., Kroger explains why it was declared "unisex." (Twitter photo). Posted: 6:37 p.m.. 0 Comments. SHARE. By Chuck Campbell of the Knoxville News Sentinel. Posted: 6:37 p.m. 0. A Kroger in Athens, Ga., recently …Georgia Grocery Store Takes... 

Blood test for concussions? Researchers report some progress – Concord Monitor

Concord Monitor Blood test for concussions? Researchers report some progressConcord MonitorThis undated photo provided by Orlando Health shows Linda Papa, MD, MSC, an emergency medicine physician at Orlando Health in Orlando, Fla. New research bolsters evidence that a simple blood test may someday be used to detect concussions and …Study: New Blood Test Can Detect Concussions Days AfterCBS... 
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