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Hero Dog Saves His 7-Year-Old Diabetic Owner With Just His Nose

Meet Jedi, a diabetes-sniffing labrador who watches over 7-year-old Luke, a Type 1 diabetic who struggles with potentially life-threatening changes in his blood sugar as he sleeps. Last week, Luke and his parents were fast asleep. The monitor that tracks Luke’s blood sugar levels said everything was fine.  But it wasn’t. Jedi knew something was wrong — he

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Foods you should avoid before flying

Want to make flying any worse by eating the wrong food? (Reuters) If you chat to any random bunch of people about flying theyll give you a laundry list of reasons about why it can be a bit stressful. The seats are too small, the people are too big, the delays tend to be hearty, the

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Flint water crisis lawsuits: 5 things to know

(CNN)The discovery of high lead levels in the tap water of Flint, Michigan, has unleashed a floodgate of lawsuits on behalf of aggrieved residents. Most cases emphasize the youngest victims of the man-made environmental calamity: the scores of children whose lead exposure could lead to maladies ranging from neurological disorders, such as seizures, to language

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Instagram's disturbing, elusive pro-eating disorder communities

This article contains potentially triggering photos. Your Instagram feed might be flooded with photos of oozing eggs Benedict and perfectly mashed avocado toast, but there are also people using the platform to flaunt their severe lack of food. Researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology spent the last few months doing a first-of-its-kind analysis of hashtags

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Richard Simmons: Internet working out the mystery

(CNN)While there is no actual evidence that Richard Simmons is “missing,” that hasn’t stopped the Internet from looking for the fitness guru. It all began with the recent publication of a New York Daily News story that talked of some of Simmons’ friends saying they have not seen him in the past two years. Simmons’

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Animal study links Splenda to cancer | Fox News

Sure, the idea of getting your sugar fix without the calories always seems enticing, but new research suggests that Splendaan artificial sweetener recently considered safemay contribute to serious health problems like cancer.  The study, published in the International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, found that mice fed sucralose daily throughout their lives developed leukemia and other