FDA Announces Sweeping New Rules For E-CigarettesThe changes could upend a multibillion dollar industry that has gone largely unregulated.
Make Your Own Avocado Ice Cream With Tom Brady's $200 CookbookThe Patriots quarterback is selling a limited-edition “nutrition manual” through his fitness company TB12 for $200.
Seekonk Police Say Teens Getting High, Sick From Eating Plant SeedsThe Seekonk Police Department is getting the word out to parents that some teens have been eating plant seeds in order to get high from their hallucinogenic properties.
Medical Errors May Be Third Leading Cause Of Death In AmericaResearchers say medical mistakes should be listed as the 3rd leading cause of death in the United States.
Poll: 50% Of Teens Feel Addicted To Their Cell PhonesAbout 50 percent of teens feel addicted to their cell phones, according to a new poll of 1,240 parents and children by Common Sense Media.
Marijuana Addiction Uncommon But Real, Experts SayWhile many dismiss the idea that marijuana is physically addictive, researchers have documented physical withdrawal symptoms in heavy users who quit including: irritability, sleep difficulties, cravings and restlessness.
Pregnant Connecticut Woman Diagnosed With Zika VirusOfficials say a Connecticut woman who traveled to Central America and became pregnant while there has been diagnosed with the Zika virus.
Johnson & Johnson Loses Another Baby Powder Cancer LawsuitThe company was ordered to pay $55 million to a woman who blamed her ovarian cancer on years of talcum powder use.
Inside Boston Children's New Simulation CenterWhat looks like real surgery is actually part of the new Simulation Center at Boston Children’s Hospital.
NH Gov. Hassan Starts Study Of Health Care Worker ShortageGov. Maggie Hassan has created a commission to study New Hampshire's shortage of health care workers.
Teacher Runs 5K Months After Undergoing Double Lung TransplantFor 32-year-old Eamonn Kelly, crossing the finish during a 5K race this weekend is more than just a dream come true; it’s really a new start at life.
Working Longer May Mean Living Longer, Study SaysRetiring at age 65 may not be the healthiest thing for you, according to a new study.

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