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A Peanut-Allergy Drug Approved For Children

The FDA has given the green-light for the first-ever peanut-allergy drug specifically for children ages 4 to 17
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Police Detain Parrot Who Alerted Owners Of Police Presence

Criminals aren't too fond of a stool pigeon, better known as a police informant. However a pet parrot in Brazil has been taken into custody after police say it alerted alleged drug dealers of their presence. As police prepared to raid a suspected drug and approached the door, the bird saw them and...
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Government Says Asbestos Found In Some Claire's Makeup Products

An alarming warning for parents issued about certain Claire's cosmetics that target girls and young women. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says certain eyeshadows, compact powders and contour palettes have tested positive for asbestos. In particular Claire’s Eye Shadows (Batch/Lot No.: 08/17...
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Can Eating Poppy Seeds Cause A Positive Drug Test?

Twenty years ago we were all watching to Seinfeld when Elaine failed a drug test because she was eating poppy seed bagels and wondering if that was true or an urban legend. Poppy Seeds | Seinfeld | TBS https://t.co/E6HEp8PrKK via @YouTube — windmill tilter (@rlaskowitz60) August 8, 2018 Come to...
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Florida Man Seeks Help From Sheriff's Office To Test His Illegal Drugs

It's no secret that law enforcement agencies have used social media to trick people into turning themselves in for possessing illegal drugs. But just as our Nigerian prince friend is still is able to access bank accounts in America, the method is effective. Just as 49-year old Douglas Kelly of...
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How To Dispose of Unused Opioids And Medications Properly

Drug overdoses killed over 63,000 Americans in 2016 and 2/3 of these deaths were the result of a prescription or illicit opioid. Although new regulations are aiming to tighten the access to opioids, it appears our own medicine cabinets are to blame in large part. A Mayo Clinic report found that 1...
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FDA Warning About Packaged & Processed "Bone Treats"

A warning for dog owners about a time honored treat dogs love. The FDA says "Bone Treats" or cooked and processed Ham Bones, Pork Femur Bones, Rib Bones and Smokey Knuckle Bones and any bone dried through a smoking process or by baking could be deadly. The agency says about 90 dogs have been...
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Black Licorice Warning From The Government

As door bells rings as homes open their doors to kids asking for treats, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is reminding everyone that too much black licorice can he harmful to your health. While the two camps are divided about black licorice, those who are devoted fans might want to enjoy your...
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App That Tracks Your Fertility

There seems to be a phone app that does everything. One of the more recent apps is Natural Cycles, which tracks your fertility cycle. The app uses your body temperature and a calendar to create a algorithm to build a fertility schedule. It is billed as a pill-free way in preventing pregnancies...
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Pharmaceutical Expiration Dates Questioned

Expiration dates could be why the price of your health care continue to rise. And much like their cousins in the food sector, just because it's has reached its expiration dates doesn't mean their less effective. It is estimated that pharmacists and medial workers destroy $765 billion in pills,...
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