University Herald

Marijuana Use May Increase Risk Of Heart Problems
University Herald
No Detectable Association Between Frequency of Marijuana Use and Health or Healthcare Utilization (Photo : Wiki Commons) Public approaches used to regulate alcohol and tobacco may aid U.S. policymakers in easing prohibitions on marijuana.
Marijuana use linked to heart problemsCNN (blog)
Controversial study says pot can lead to heart diseaseDaily Digest
Marijuana use cited as heart attack, stroke culprit in new studyTech Times
Los Angeles Times -YottaFire
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News Tonight Africa

Case Western Reserve, University Hospitals researchers say aspirin can reduce ...
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Low-dose aspirin may help prevent colon cancer, study
Aspirin halves colon cancer risk - if you have certain geneStraits Times
Aspirin Helps Certain Colon Cancer Patients Depending on DNANews Tonight Africa
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Neon Tommy

Whooping cough reported in Californian city at unprecedented rates
Daily Digest
Reported cases of whooping cough have been on the rise in recent years and cases in Southern California have already been recorded at rates far higher than usual this year. By Vanessa Blanchard, Daily Digest News Wednesday, April 23, 2014. Whooping ...
Whooping Cough StatisticsBeartooth NBC
Whooping cough on the rise in Long BeachDelhi Daily News
California city sees spike in whooping cough casesKFGO

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$1 bills house 3000 types of bacteria, according to new study
New York University's Dirty Money Project analyzed DNA on U.S. $1 bills and found 3,000 types of bacteria. This study has not yet been published. According to ABC News, the study was part of a project that was aimed at identifying bacteria and health trends ...
US $1 Bill is home for 3000 types of bacteriaNews Tonight Africa
3000 types of bacteria found on US $1
Microbes And Dollar Bills: NYU Project Identifies Bacteria Living On Paper ...University Herald
Rick Kupchella's BringMeTheNews -RTT News -American Live Wire
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WKRC TV Cincinnati

Health Alert: Memory Study
WKRC TV Cincinnati
CINCINNATI (Liz Bonis) -- A study released just moments ago has something all of us may want to think about or remember. This new study looked at what's called MCI, or Mild Cognitive Impairment. It often comes before a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease.
Study examines risk of early death for people with mild cognitive impairmentScience Codex
MCI confers increased risk of deathClinical Psychiatry News Digital Network
Seniors Who Suffer Mental Declines May Face Earlier Death: StudyDoctors Lounge
EurekAlert (press release)
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The Utah People's Post

O'Neill family raises $500000 online aid for ailing 4-year-old daughter
The Utah People's Post
The O'Neill family is among the fortunate ones whose cause gets global support. They had made a video for making an online appeal to the philanthropists who help them in their fundraising campaign, which was launched to save their 4-year-old Eliza from ...
Young Girl's Rare Deadly Disease Helps Raise Over $500000 for ResearchScience World Report
Eliza O'Neill's family raises over $500k in just 2 WEEKS with viral videoDaily Mail
Family raises $500K in 15 days to research daughter's deadly diseaseWRTV Indianapolis
ABC News
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89.3 KPCC

Hospitals can speed stroke treatment, but it's not easy
89.3 KPCC
When a patient who has had a stroke enters the emergency room, it's a race against the clock. Those who receive the clotbusting drug tPA within 60 minutes of experiencing stroke symptoms have the best chance of avoiding brain damage or death, but ...
Research Shows Ways to Speed Stroke CareU.S. News & World Report
Stroke Treatment, Outcomes Improve At Hospitals Participating In UCLA-Led ...RedOrbit
Society-Led Quality Improvement Effort Speeds Treatment for Acute Ischemic ...TCTMD

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Tech Times

Mother's Low Vitamin D Linked to Child's Cavities
Want to make sure your baby has strong teeth and few cavities as he or she matures? A new study says that moms-to-be should who receive a sufficient amount of vitamin D during pregnancy, are providing their infant with a better chance of fewer cavities ...
Health trendsJamaica Gleaner
Low Vitamin D During Pregnancy Linked To Child's Risk Of Getting CavitiesRTT News

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Macklemore & Ryan Lewis star opens up about his mom's HIV survival
CBS News
You may know Ryan Lewis as the fur coat-wearing, DeLorean-driving half of the rap duo known as Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. Their debut independent album "The Heist" reached No. 1 and earned them four Grammy awards. But despite being thrown ...
Selfless Snaps: Inspired By Ryan's Mom, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Launch HIV

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Vancouver Sun

Gene therapy may boost cochlear sound
The Australian
AUSTRALIAN researchers are trying a novel way to boost the power of cochlear implants: They used the technology to beam gene therapy into the ears of deaf animals and found the combination improved hearing. The approach isn't ready for human testing, ...
Hearing quality restored with bionic ear technology used for gene therapyEureka! Science News
Study: Gene therapy may boost cochlear implantsHelena Independent Record

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Indian Express

As peace deadline nears, Abbas says he has options
Washington Post
RAMALLAH, West Bank — Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is trying to show that he has alternatives if U.S.-mediated talks with Israel break off Tuesday, the deadline for agreeing on a possible extension. epa04176175 Shane Red Hawk of the Sicangu ...
Palestinian reconciliation is an opportunity for IsraelHaaretz
Hamas, Fatah announce talks to form Palestinian unity governmentCNN
Reconciliation deal with Hamas boosts two-state solution: AbbasXinhua
Irish Times -BBC News -New York Times
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The News International

Asian stocks mixed on Obama visit, US dip
The News International
TOKYO: Asian shares lacked a clear direction in early Thursday trading as players took a mostly wait-and-see view ahead of talks between Japan´s prime minister and visiting President Barack Obama. Adding to the mixed view was the fall on Wall Street ...
In Tokyo, Two Leaders Take a Glass-Full Approach to DiplomacyWall Street Journal
Bieber says sorry after Japan war shrine tripThe Nation
Imperial pomp starts Obama's Japan visitStraits Times
Reuters Canada
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BBC News

Ukraine crisis: US troops land in Poland for exercises
BBC News
The first contingent of US troops has landed in Poland for military exercises amid tensions with Russia over Ukraine. Some 150 soldiers, who landed in north-west Poland, are due to be followed in coming days by a further 450 troops. Separately, the UK ...
US exercises in Poland: What's the message?CNN
Eastern Europe Frets About NATO's Ability to Curb RussiaNew York Times
US troops arriving in Eastern Europe. Is it more than symbolic? (+video)Christian Science Monitor
USA TODAY -ABC News (blog)
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Korea Times

Koreans, Even in the North, Begin to Bid Farewell to Victims of Ferry Disaster
New York Times
Victims of the ferry sinking were mourned on Wednesday while many relatives still waited to identify their loved ones. Credit Woohae Cho for The New York Times. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main ...
South Korea ferry disaster: Service honours victimsBBC News
Bad policy caused the ferry disaster, not bad cultureFinancial Times
SKorea Ferry Toll Hits 159 As Relatives WaitNPR
Toronto Sun
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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: Officials not "excited" about possible debris in ...
CBS News
As officials leading the hunt for the missing Malaysia Airlines jet prepared to focus their efforts deeper into the Indian Ocean, it emerged Wednesday that possible debris from an airplane had been spotted on the southwest Australian coast -- 1,000 miles from ...
Material on Australian shore not from Malaysia
Sub Nears End of Search While Debris Found Ashore Not From MH370Bloomberg
Beach debris discounted in MH370 searchThe Times (subscription)
Xinhua -Gulf Daily News
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Washington Post

Brazil praises US for relaxing grip on internet
SAO PAULO: Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff praised the United States on Wednesday for its decision to ease control over the Internet and called for a more democratic, transparent network following the US National Security Agency spying scandal.
Brazil's new Internet 'Bill of Rights' protects privacy, ensures net neutralityCTV News
Brazilian president champions Internet privacyXinhua
Brazil moves to make up over US spy rowFinancial Times
Channel News Asia -Reuters
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Voice of America

US reacts to Russia's growing clout, warming ties to Egypt by unfreezing weapon ...
Jerusalem Post
American move to unfreeze delivery of 10 advanced Apache helicopters to Egypt comes on heels of Russia's increasing warming relations with Cairo. us army. United States Army helicopters. Photo: REUTERS. The US move to unfreeze the delivery of 10 ...
Washington: Military Aid to Egypt Serves US National Security InterestsVoice of America
Two policemen, militant killed in EgyptReuters
Violence in Egypt kills 2 police officersUSA TODAY
Financial Times -Arab News -RT (blog)
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Sky News Australia

Local Mountaineer Says Sherpa Not Climbing Over Spiritual Concerns
Following last week's avalanche on Mount Everest, reports confirm many Sherpa are not returning to the mountain, putting the short climbing season in jeopardy. The government in Nepal is said to be working with the Sherpa in order to save the climbing ...
Bid to end Everest disputeIrish Independent
Everest avalanche: Is climate change to blame?E Kantipur
Sherpas threaten Everest boycottTravelMole
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Turkey Offers Condolences to Armenians Over Killings
New York Times
ISTANBUL — For the first time, the Turkish government offered condolences on Wednesday to the descendants of Armenians who were killed by the Ottoman Army in 1915. But it stood by its official position that the events were not a genocide, as they have ...

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Irish Independent

Riots in Brazil cast fresh shadow over World Cup
Irish Independent
Concerns over World Cup security were growing yesterday after violent protests broke out again in Rio de Janeiro with less than two months to go before the football tournament begins. Also in this section. American middle-class 'no longer most prosperous' ...
Blaze protests after Rio deathHerald Scotland
Rio ramps up security after deadly unrestStraits Times
Police 'Pacification' In Rio De Janeiro Slum Explodes Into Violence, Spills Into ...Fox News Latino

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