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Death Wish Coffee Recalled Amid Botulism ConcernDeath Wish Coffee Co. says it's recalling 11-ounce Nitro Cold Brew cans after determining that its manufacturing process could lead to growth of bacteria producing botulin toxin.
Translation Phones Provide Interpreters To Break Down Language Barrier For Doctors, PatientsMore than 180 languages spoken in New York City – so if you don’t speak English and you have a medical emergency, how do you communicate with your doctor?
Mediterranean Style Diets Are Effective In Fighting Acid Reflux; Study FindsAmericans seem to be in the midst of an epidemic of heartburn, indigestion, and acid reflux if you go by the amount of acid blocking drugs being sold.
This Model is Proud to Show Her 'Unedited Photos' to Thousands"Now that I see it in print, I'm extremely proud and so happy I made the decision."
Christie Plans To Divert State Funds To Pay For $200-Million Opioid InitiativeGovernor Chris Christie is laying out the details of his new $200-million plan to fight New Jersey's opioid epidemic.
Study: Tackle Football Could Lead To Impaired Mood Later In LifeThere was some disturbing news Tuesday, for parents with children who play tackle football.
Childhood Cancer Survivor Runs Half-Marathon In Cinderella Dress For CharityThroughout her treatments, Katy chose to wear her favorite Cinderella dress to give her the courage needed to stay strong.
Drug To Treat Neurological Disorder Helps L.I. Sisters Gain MobilityIn what amounts to a medical first on Long Island, a drug newly approved by the Food and Drug Administration to treat a debilitating neurological disorder is helping two sisters who are gaining more mobility.
Selena Gomez Undergoes Kidney Transplant Due To LupusThe 25-year-old pop star said in an Instagram that received a kidney transplant due to her struggle with lupus and has been recovering from the procedure.
Just In Time: Soldier Returns Home While Wife Is In LaborKatrina and Marc had joked during his entire deployment, which began while Katrina was three months pregnant, that she would be going into labor during his homecoming -- but neither of them could have predicted that would actually come true. Their adorable daughter, Julianna, was born 10 days earlier, but came just in time for Marc's arrival.
Officials: Patients Of Westchester Medical Practice Possibly Exposed To HIV, HepatitisState health officials are notifying patients of a medical practice in Westchester County that they may have been exposed to HIV or hepatitis B or C.
Some Women Opting To Work At Starbucks To Pay For Expensive Fertility TreatmentsPeople normally go to Starbucks for a coffee, a pumpkin spiced latte, or maybe a unicorn frappucino -- but fertility treatments?

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