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Surgeons use nasal cells to repair knee joints

AJC.com / U.S. 6 sources

Swiss surgeons have successfully used nose cells to repair damaged knee joints, according to a study released Thursday by the journal The Lancet. >> Read more trending stories "The treatment is safe and feasible," study co-author Dr. Ivan…

How much screen time is right for your kids?

CBS News / Health 10 sources

The American Academy of Pediatrics releases updated guidelines for media use by children

Burberry shares spike on report of Coach merger interest

A detail of a handbag is seen at a Burberry store in central London, Britain, July 15, 2015. REUTERS/Toby Melville/File Photo. LONDON Burberry shares (BRBY.L) rose nearly 5 percent in solid volumes after financial blog Betaville said,…

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Richard Nicoll has died aged 39

Richard Nicoll has died aged 39.

Schizophrenia not a mental illness, Pakistan’s Supreme Court rules

Pakistan’s top court has ruled that schizophrenia does not fall within its legal definition of mental disorders, clearing the way for the execution, as soon as next week, of a mentally ill man convicted of murder.


Louise Redknapp: 'Sandra's first worry was missing Strictly Come Dancing after freak accident'

Harry Redknapp accidently ran over his wife leaving her with serious injuries

The lies Trump told this week: voter fraud and the 'rigged' election

The Republican presidential nominee used a Pew study and news reports to talk about how the election is ‘rigged’ against him, but he omitted a lot of context


Two Fizzy Drinks Per Day Could Double Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes, Researchers Claim

Drinking two soft drinks per day could double your risk of diabetes, even if they’re diet versions, new research suggests.

Facebook has apologised for removing this cancer awareness video

Mashable 9 sources

Facebook has issued an apology for removing a Swedish video on breast cancer awareness and deeming the images offensive.


CBSE class X board exams likely to be reintroduced

India.com 5 sources

The final decision in this regard will be taken on October 25 in a meeting of Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE) which will be chaired by Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar.

Ketan Desai, Indian doctor accused of crimes, becomes president of World Medical Association

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The World Medical Association (WMA), the top medical-ethics body, on Friday installed an Indian doctor facing corruption charges as its president, despite controversy surrounding his appointment while legal cases are…


Amazing moment when boy meets his service dog

USA TODAY / News 10 sources

Amazing moment when boy with autism meets his service dog for the first time


Raising a vegan baby: There's a right way and a wrong way

The Eagle / News 16 sources

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — There's a right way and a wrong way to raise a baby on vegan food. Those who get it wrong, parents say, give the responsible ones a bad name.


How to spot a fake online review

ABC13.com 5 sources

So how can you spot a fake online review?


Officials: State guaranteeing a fair election

HARRISBURG — With Donald Trump suggesting to supporters that the presidency could be stolen from him, Pennsylvania’s secretary of the commonwealth assured voters Thursday that the state’s elections process will be fair and accurate.

Target partners with Victoria Beckham on new clothing line

Target's next design collaboration, which will hit stores in April, will be with style icon and former Spice Girls member Victoria Beckham


Trump loyalists plan own exit poll amid claims of 'rigged' election

The Guardian / US 9 sources

Effort led by Trump confidante and conspiracy theorist Roger Stone targets cities with large minority populations, a tactic experts say could intimidate voters

White House goes pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

USA TODAY / News 14 sources

The White House is illuminated pink Thursday to recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month. (Photo: Carolyn Kaster, AP) WASHINGTON — The White House was dressed in pink Thursday night to raise awareness of breast cancer, part of an annual…


What happened to Gigi and Kendall?

KENDALL Jenner and Gigi Hadid have appeared on the cover of W Magazine looking a little different than their supermodel selves.


Desperate Pakistan family awaits US visa for 6-year-old girl

KSL.com / World 17 sources

A desperate Pakistani family anxiously awaiting a U.S. visa for their ailing little girl is running out of time: Maria is just six years old but a rare genetic disease has left her frail body wracked with pain and stunted her growth.


A stay at Chip and Joanna Gaines' perfectly fixed-up Magnolia House

Two green blocks stared back from the screen like a traffic light signaling, "Go. Go." Could they be? Vacancies? Chip and Joanna Gaineses' Magnolia House famously sold out through the end of the year just hours after reservations went…

Whole Foods Declines on Hepatitis Investigation in Detroit

Bloomberg 15 sources

Whole Foods Market Inc. shares declined as much as 2.5 percent after the Detroit Health Department said it’s investigating two cases of hepatitis A that may be connected to one of the chain’s stores. One of the cases was an employee who…

Thursday, Oct 20

Lawmakers demand answers on leukemia drug price hikes

Fox News / Health 29 sources

Two top lawmakers on Thursday demanded information from a drug company that has raised prices on a leukemia drug, calling increases of tens of thousands of dollars a sign the company puts profits before patients.

In Miami, Obama defends Affordable Care Act’s coverage gains, benefits

Miami Herald 27 sources

President Barack Obama on Thursday delivered a vigorous defense of the Affordable Care Act, using the stories of individual Americans to illustrate how his signature policy has improved healthcare for millions in Florida and across the…

CDC Warns Pregnant Women of Miami Zika 'Red Zone'

NBC News / U.S. 33 sources

Federal health officials have made a new color-coded map for Miami and urged all pregnant women to consider postponing travel to Miami-Dade County.

New advice on cancer-fighting HPV vaccine for kids

CBS News / Health 10 sources

The latest guidelines from the CDC make it easier than ever to protect against HPV-related cancers

Wednesday, Oct 19

Ghost pepper burns hole in man's esophagus

A ghost pepper's heat is described in terms normally reserved for carpet bombings. Its heat is measured at 1 million units on the Scoville scale, a per-mass measure of capsaicin - the chemical compound that imbues peppers with heat - that…

Clinton Has 9-Point Lead as Comeback Obstacles Loom for Trump

Bloomberg / News 42 sources

Donald Trump would need to stage a historic comeback to win the White House in 20 days as key slices of the electorate drift away from his candidacy, according to the latest Bloomberg Politics national poll. Democrat Hillary Clinton leads…

What will you see on Obamacare exchange for 2017? Details start to emerge

Though full details won't be released until later this month, some information is starting to trickle out about what Illinois residents will and won't find when they shop for health insurance on the state's Affordable Care Act exchange.…

Tuesday, Oct 18

Odisha hospital fire: CM orders inquiry, PM orders patients transfer to AIIMS

Fire fighters broke through the windows to rescue those trapped inside the SUM Medical College Hospital in Bhubaneswar on Monday night. (ANI) Odisha chief minister Naveen Patnaik ordered an investigation into the fire that broke out at a…

Cancer Moonshot program is 'close to gigantic progress', Joe Biden says

Vice-president’s $1bn effort on behalf of cancer research has seen improved information-sharing, report says, but its future is unclear

Sussex NHS mental health trust criticised over killings by patients

BBC / News 13 sources

A mental health trust underestimated the risk posed by its patients and sometimes did not act on threats to harm others, a review of 10 killings finds.

Never put your tomatoes in the fridge - and nine other foods you're storing wrong

Storing tomatoes in the fridge causes them to lose their flavour according to new research. In a study published in the Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences journal, it was revealed that when tomatoes are stored in the fridge,…

Monday, Oct 17

Genitals amputated after bottle mishap

A MIDDLE-AGED man from Honduras reportedly had his penis removed after it got stuck in a bottle, turned black and began to rot.

Pepsi to Cut Sugar and Calories in Drinks

NBC News / Business 28 sources

PepsiCo has set a target for reducing the amount of sugar in its soft drinks, aiming to tackle problems ranging from obesity to climate change.

Deadly cat poop that’s washing into ocean fuels Hawaii feral feline debate

Toronto Star / News 27 sources

The feral cats’ feces are spreading a disease that is killing Hawaiian monk seals, some of the world’s most endangered marine mammals.

Sunday, Oct 16

Black female doctor rebuffed from helping ill passenger on flight: ‘We are looking for actual physicians’

Vancouver Sun 64 sources

Tamika Cross, an obstetrician and gynecologist, flagged down one of the crew members, offering to treat the man. ‘Oh no, sweetie, put (your) hand down,’ she was told

What does a doctor look like? Delta investigating race ...

CSMonitor.com / USA 13 sources

African-American physician Tamika Cross says that Delta flight attendants refused to believe that she was a doctor when she volunteered to respond to a ...

100 years of Planned Parenthood led us to Clinton's abortion policies

The Hill 26 sources

OPINION | An anniversary not worth celebrating.

Watch Saturday Night Live’s Take on the Second Presidential Debate

TIME 82 sources

"I do like how generous he is. Just last Friday, he handed me this election."