Monthly Archives: April 2017

Marijuana leftovers sicken dog in Colorado

A Colorado dog owner is asking marijuana users to be more careful with their pot. Read More »

Measles outbreak at 32, with Somali-Minnesota children hit h…

ST. PAUL — A Ramsey County child is among 32 confirmed cases of the measles this month as unfounded fears of a link to autism have contributed to stubbornly low vaccination rates among Somali-Americans.The Minnesota Department of Health says at least 28 of the outbreak’s victims are Somali-American…. Read More »

Study: A National Medical Marijuana Program Would Save Medicaid $1 Billion a Year

The marijuana industry is growing like a weed. Last year, legal weed sales grew by 34%, according to cannabis research firm ArcView, and by 2021, legal sales (which includes medical Read More »

Supply of yellow fever vaccine on pace to run out by summer

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Company recalls organic dog food that may contain euthanasia drug

An organic pet food company was forced to issue a recall after samples of its product tested positive for a drug commonly used for euthanasia. Read More »

Here’s what doctors think about the updated Obamacare replacement plan

Doctor organizations, hospital groups, and patient advocacy groups are still not happy with the AHCA. Read More »

“Stealthing:” Removing condoms during sex raises legal, ethical concerns

New report sheds light on the disturbing practice some call a form of sexual assault Read More »

VIDEO: Major warmup coming for this weekend

After two days of damp and dreary weather, temperatures could reach 80 degrees by this weekend. Read More »

Hope for preemies as artificial womb helps tiny lambs grow

Researchers are creating an artificial womb to improve care for extremely premature babies — and remarkable animal testing suggests the first-of-its-kind watery incubation so closely mimics mom that it just might work. Today, premature infants weighing as little as a pound are hooked to… Read More »

What now? Rift exposes tensions in University of Utah health care system

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