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Researchers conducting study to find treatment for autism

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Researchers in Michigan are conducting a study they say could help find individual treatments for people with autism.Read more

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Jury awards $289M to groundskeeper who claims Roundup weed killer caused cancer

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A San Francisco jury on Friday ordered agribusiness giant Monsanto to pay $289 million to a former school groundskeeper dying of cancer, saying the company's popular...Read more

Court orders ban on harmful pesticide, says EPA violated law

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The pesticide is called chlorpyrifos and it's widely sprayed on citrus fruit, apples and other crops. Read more

Riley toxicologist talks about asbestos found in crayons

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The U.S. Public Interest Research Group released results ofa new test on school supplies.Read more


An alternative, less invasive treatment for skin cancer

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Treatment often includes cutting the cancer out and in some cases the procedure can be disfiguring. But a less invasive treatment known as Superficial Radiotherapy is...Read more

Riley Cheer Guild thankful for response to UNO deck request

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Riley Children's Health is thankful for an overwhelming response to a request for UNO game donations.Read more

The ABC's of identifying skin cancer

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This guide from the Skin Cancer Foundation can help you identify moles that need to be checked out by a dermatologist.Read more


FDA recalls CVS nasal spray mist due to microbiological contamination

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The 12-hour sinus relief nasal mist was recalled because of microbiological contamination. Read more

AP FACT CHECK: Sanders spins savings in Medicare plan

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Sen. Bernie Sanders is skimming over the facts in claiming that his "Medicare for all" plan will lead to big reductions in what Americans spend for health care.Read more

New study shows benefits of inducing labor

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Contrary to popular belief, inducing labor in pregnant women at 39 weeks rather than waiting for labor to begin naturally does not increase the need for a C-section.Read more