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The healthiest way to improve your sleep: exercise
(CNN) If you're one of the third of all Americans who suffer from insomnia -- roughly 108 million of us -- put away your sleeping pills. Science has a much safer solution. "There has been more and more research in the last decade showing exercise can ...
Got Insomnia? Here's A Safe Way To Get Sleep Without Taking Sleeping PillsTech Times
Studies: Exercise can Help with InsomniaWLTZ 38 NBC

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Watch Video Of Newborn Baby Who Tried To Walk Immediately After Birth
Tech Times
In a viral video, a baby in Brazil appears to walk soon after birth. While some consider this a precocious behavior, some experts offer an explanation for the newborn's stepping motion. Pictured here are a newborn's feet. ( Christopher Furlong | Getty ...
Watch: New-born baby walks moments after birth in BrazilHindustan Times

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Researchers decode why pugs, bulldogs have flat faces
Daily News & Analysis
"Our results shed light on the molecular nature of this type of skull form that is so common and popular among dogs," said Jeffrey Schoenebeck, from the University of Edinburgh. Scientists have identified the genetic mutation that causes dogs such as ...
Scientists have found the mutation that makes pugs look like
Study Identifies the Likely Genetic Mutation Responsible for Smooshed-Faced DogsGizmodo
Why pugs, bulldogs have flat faces decodedBusiness Standard

Ohioans buying Michigan medical pot ahead of rules being set
CLEVELAND (AP) — Ohioans wanting medical marijuana have been crossing the border into Michigan, where some Detroit-area dispensaries will sell to out-of-staters who are issued recommendations for cannabis use months ahead of the drug becoming ...
Marijuana growers face June deadline to do business in OhioMyDaytonDailyNews

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Real Fact 24
Dads say these words more if they have little girls
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Fathers—and their brain responses—differ with girls versus boys, including how attentive they are, the types of language they use, and the play they engage in. A new study is the first to combine brain scans of fathers with behavioral data collected ...
Dads Really Do Treat Daughters And Sons Differently, And It Has A Lasting ImpactScary Mommy
Study: Dads' brains respond differently to daughters than sonsMy Fox Boston
Daddy uttered these words more frequently if they have little daughtersReal Fact 24

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Irish Independent
This is what happens to your brain when you don't get enough sleep
Irish Independent
When you feel particularly exhausted, it can definitely feel like you are also lacking in brain capacity. Now, a new study has suggested this could be because chronic sleep deprivation can actually cause the brain to eat itself. New research, conducted ...
Scientists shocked by huge discovery about sleepMorning Ticker
Lack Of Sleep Can Cause Brain To Cannibalize Itself: Here Are Signs That You Are Sleep DeprivedTech Times
Alzheimer's Disease News: Why Sleep Deprivation Can Increase Risk of Neurological DisordersChristian Post
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The Indian Express
New Ebola cases may show effect of improved alerts, global official says
Cancun, Mexico (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The rapid reaction by the Democratic Republic of Congo to recent cases of Ebola showed lessons were learned from earlier outbreaks, a top global health official said on Friday, stressing the need to factor ...
Congo Approves Anti-Ebola Vaccine to Combat Outbreak in Remote NortheastFox Business
DRC authorises trial of experimental Ebola vaccineNews24
Congo approves use of Ebola vaccination to fight outbreakNasdaq

Lyme Isn't the Only Disease Ticks Are Spreading This Summer
It started with vomiting and a fever. But a few days later, five-month old Liam was in the emergency room, his tiny body gripped by hourly waves of seizures. X-rays and MRIs showed deep swelling in his brain. When an infectious disease specialist at ...
Petaluma hikers, dog-walkers warned of tick proliferationPetaluma Argus Courier
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Fayetteville Observer
Rain brings concern of Zika threat in Fayetteville region
Fayetteville Observer
Aedes albopictus, or the Asian Tiger Mosquito, is found in the Cape Fear region but hasn't been found to carry the virus. [Contributed photo]. Hide caption. The female Aedes egypti is the only mosquito in the United States known to carry the Zika virus.
India reports its first 3 cases of the Zika virusNew Jersey Herald
WHO says 3 Zika Cases Detected in India for 1st

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Newspaper: Ohio had more than 4000 overdose deaths in 2016
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Steel compartments in a morgue are pictured in this undated stock photo. A newspaper survey of Ohio county coroners has found more than 4,000 people died from drug overdoses last year in a state among the hardest hit by a heroin and opioid ...
Ohio Leads In Nation's Fatal Drug Overdoses With 4000 Dead In 2016: SurveyTech Times
Drug overdose deaths increase 36% in Ohio, 13% in WV, in 2016The News Center
Over 4000 Overdose Deaths Recorded In Ohio In 2016Immortal News
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