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Girl grabbed by sea lion is getting meds to avoid disease

The girl pulled in the harbor by a sea lion in a heart-stopping viral video is on antibiotics to avoid contracting a dangerous bacterial disease from the sea lion's mouth. Source: Health

May 26th, 2017|Fitness|

Michael Brown's mom will finally receive her high school diploma

Lesley McSpadden told CNN she felt her son's presence while she worked toward her degree. "I know that he's been my angel through this all and I know that he's proud of me." Source: Health

May 26th, 2017|Fitness|

A teen took his life; now his family is suing his school and the police

Corey Walgren committed suicide hours after his family says police and the school threatened him. Source: Health

May 26th, 2017|Fitness|

Nathan's and Curtis beef franks recalled

If you plan to grill out this holiday weekend, be sure to check your hotdogs to make sure they are not on the recall list. Nathan's and Curtis Beef franks are impacted. Source: Health

May 26th, 2017|Fitness|

Deaths from Alzheimer's disease in the US have risen by 55%, says CDC

The rate of people dying from Alzheimer's disease in the United States rose by 55% over a 15-year period, new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows. Source: Health

May 26th, 2017|Fitness|

They tried for 17 years to have a baby. Now they have sextuplets

Sextuplets are very rare. Nearly four million babies were born in the US. The number of quintuplets or higher? Only 24. Source: Health

May 26th, 2017|Fitness|

Extreme course obstacle races, for families

We've all seen posts by those crazy friends doing an obstacle race -- mud runs where they jump into icy pools of water, climb over high walls and army crawl under barbwire. Pure torture. Now you can sign up for these -- and bring the children! Source: Health

May 26th, 2017|Fitness|

Does a microcurrent facial really lift your face?

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May 26th, 2017|Fitness|

What is botulism, and how does it kill?

Two separate outbreaks this month of the rare but deadly toxin botulism have focused attention on this potentially fatal illness, which usually strikes about 150 people a year, mostly infants. Source: Health

May 25th, 2017|Fitness|

Home-canned potatoes to blame for botulism outbreak

Local and state health officials say potato salad made with home-canned potatoes is to blame for the more than 20 cases of botulism in Lancaster, Ohio, last week. All of those who are sick ate at a potluck dinner at Cross Pointe Free Will Baptist Church on April 19. Source: Health

May 25th, 2017|Fitness|