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The fall of the five-second rule

The fall of the five-second rule

Researchers have debunked the idea that dropped food is still bacteria-free after five seconds

By | Posted November 9, 2016

The problem with drug take back days

The problem with drug take back days

Getting rid of unused pills saves lives, but throwing them in the trash may be the better approach

By | Posted October 30, 2016

Cops aren’t the only ones handing out naloxone now

Cops aren’t the only ones handing out naloxone now

Even more pharmacies in Ohio are allowing the public to get anti-overdose drugs without a prescription

By | Posted October 28, 2016

Changing the way we eat

Changing the way we eat

One food researcher’s mission to educate the public

By | Posted January 31, 2016

Arsenic and old pesticides

Arsenic and old pesticides

Pesticides used decades ago are contaminating today’s wines

By | Posted January 17, 2016

Don’t be fooled by flavored tobacco — it’s still tobacco

Don’t be fooled by flavored tobacco — it’s still tobacco

New survey says hookahs and e-cigarettes are “gateways” to nicotine addiction

By | Posted December 10, 2015

For children with autism, diet might not make a difference

For children with autism, diet might not make a difference

A new study suggests diet doesn’t really matter

By | Posted November 23, 2015

A kiss of death

A kiss of death

Blood-sucking bugs are spreading Chagas disease in Texas

By | Posted November 19, 2015

Can doctors fix a broken heart?

Can doctors fix a broken heart?

Cardiologists struggle to effectively treat severe heart attacks

By | Posted November 15, 2015

A chef’s handiwork may convince kids to eat their veggies, study suggests

A chef’s handiwork may convince kids to eat their veggies, study suggests

But a gourmet touch may not be in reach of all schools

By | Posted November 12, 2015

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