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  1. Was Michael Jackson's Death a Hoax?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CNN

    The "newsiest" iReports are sorted in lists at the top of each section on the homepage and in other places around the site. Newsiest is a calculation that combines freshness, popularity, activity and ratings. 3 comments

  2. Judge tosses lawsuit seeking fatal drugs for terminally illRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Davis Enterprise

    A judge on Monday dismissed a lawsuit against the state on behalf of three terminally ill Californians seeking doctor-prescribed fatal medication. San Diego Superior Court Judge Gregory Pollack said his court is not unsympathetic to their plight but lawmakers - not a judge - would need to change the law barring such prescriptions.

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  3. FDA Investigates Children's Cough and Cold Medication With Codeine Amid Safety ConcernsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | jdsupra.com

    In the wake of the European Medicines Agency's recently announced warning against giving codeine to children under 12 years old, the FDA announced its own safety investigation of the drug for use in children. The FDA's renewed interest in pediatric codeine use comes two years after the agency issued a black box warning , its strongest warning of potential harmful side effects, on codeine pain management for children following surgery to remove the tonsils and/or adenoids.

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  4. Is your back pain all in the mind?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    Today, Marie Lovell is a fit and healthy fortysomething. She runs, does Zumba and likes to swim in the sea or lakes.

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  5. Police chase ends in five-year sentenceRead the original story

    Yesterday | Lethbridge Herald

    Justin Wade Bourgon, of no fixed address, pleaded guilty earlier this month to charges of robbery, attempted robbery, unlawful possession of a firearm, flight from police, and driving while prohibited. He was sentenced to five years in a federal penitentiary, banned from owning firearms and other weapons for life, and prohibited from driving for a year.

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  6. Scientists remote control mouse brain with drugs and lightRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Canberra Times

    Scientists have successfully altered the neural networks of laboratory mice using a wireless controller; allowing them to study the effects of neural stimulation without invasive procedures and without test subjects tethered by wires. The tiny implant, smaller than the width of a human hair, let the scientists determine the path a mouse walks using a remote control to inject drugs and shine lights on neurons inside the brain.

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  7. Reduce pain naturally, with Corydalis Pacific Herbs Chinese Herb PackRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Examiner.com

    Nearly 80 million Americans seek medical attention every year due to some form of pain, bruising or swelling. In fact, more people suffer from pain, bruising and swelling more than diabetes, heart disease, and cancer combined.

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  8. In 'revolutionary' shift, marijuana to be sold in pharmaciesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Times of Israel

    Deputy Health Minister Yaakov Litzman announced Monday that pharmacies will be stocked with medical marijuana to ease the often arduous bureaucratic process faced by patients prescribed the drug. During an address to the Knesset Committee on Drug and Alcohol Abuse, Litzman said the current system of dispensing medical marijuana to patients was unbalanced.

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  9. Know it's a placebo? CU-Boulder study shows the 'medicine' could still workRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Medical News Today

    You don't think you're hungry, then a friend mentions how hungry he is or you smell some freshly baked pizza and whoaaa, you suddenly feel really hungry. Or, you've had surgery and need a bit of morphine for pain.

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  10. The 'invisibility' of chronic painRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | ABC News

    One year after initial treatment the aftermath of the damage became more apparent, with Ms Bannenberg transitioning from acute to chronic pain. "I had real physical damage that we could see on MRIs, on X-rays," she told Dominic Knight on 702 ABC Sydney .

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  11. My mother is dying as I write thisRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | Salon

    I'm scared to leave her bedside even to shower. Is there something I should have said? Something I could do now? My mother dying of cancer is a week that feels like one long day, alternating between light and despair.

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  12. .com | Man survives 1.8m steel rod piercing through his bodyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | News24

    That is the only way Daniel de Wet can describe falling onto a large metal rod, having it pierce through his thigh, exit through his upper back - and still surviving to tell the tale. On January 10, De Wet was working in one of the mine's shafts 3.5km underground, unblocking a drain which had been clogged by mud.

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  13. CU-Boulder study reveals how and when placebo effect worksRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | Medical News

    You don't think you're hungry, then a friend mentions how hungry he is or you smell some freshly baked pizza and whoaaa, you suddenly feel really hungry. Or, you've had surgery and need a bit of morphine for pain.

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  14. Sawston cancer sufferer speaks out over three-year drink-driving ban for pushing car to safer placeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | Cambridge Evening News

    A breast cancer sufferer who received a three-year drink-driving ban for pushing a car that ran out of petrol to safety has spoken out. Christine Prescott, of Plantation Road, Sawston, has said she was trying to move the car from the middle of the road to the side of the road when it ran out of fuel.

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  15. Hospital boredomRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | Daily Kos

    I'm up pretty much all night on and off and the cable here is no good and though the morphine kills most of the pain it doesn't make me sleep A tag is a way to search for this diary. If someone is searching for "Barack Obama," is this a diary they'd be trying to find? Use a person's full name, without any title.

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  16. Christine Prescott gets drink-drive ban for PUSHING a car to a safe spotRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | Daily Mail

    Mother-of-six battling breast cancer gets three-year drink-drive ban for PUSHING a car to a safe spot after it ran out of petrol Christine Prescott was breathalysed while she was trying to push the car she was a passenger in into a safer part of the road A mother-of-six fighting breast cancer has been given a three-year ban for drink driving - for pushing a car to a safer place after it ran out of petrol. Christine Prescott's ex-husband had been behind the wheel of the Ford Ka but abandoned it when it broke down a few minutes' drive from their home.

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  17. The great weed experimentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | Nelson Mail

    In recent months the debate around medical marijuana has come to the fore with anecdotal evidence suggesting it should be legalised but what is the actual science behind it? Charles Anderson reports. The second bathroom drawer down is a pile of painkillers.

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  18. Scientists control mouse brain by remote controlRead the original story

    Friday Jul 24 | WNFL-AM Green Bay

    Scientists have successfully altered the neural networks of laboratory mice using a wireless controller; allowing them to study the effects of neural stimulation without invasive procedures and without test subjects tethered by wires. The tiny implant, smaller than the width of a human hair, let the scientists determine the path a mouse walks using a remote control to inject drugs and shine lights on neurons inside the brain.

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  19. Know it's a placebo? Study shows the 'medicine' could still workRead the original story

    Friday Jul 24 | Science Daily

    A new study shoes that under certain conditions, research participants who know a treatment they are receiving to ease pain is a placebo with no medical value, it still works. You don't think you're hungry, then a friend mentions how hungry he is or you smell some freshly baked pizza and whoaaa, you suddenly feel really hungry.

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  20. New Jersey boy diagnosed with incurable genetic disorder in 'fight of his life'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | Fox News

    Jason Leider, pictured left in an undated photo and right after contracting meningitis, is in the fight of his life. A New Jersey boy who waited years to participate in a clinical trial to treat his life-threatening illness is facing yet another hurdle after contracting meningitis during surgery to implant the device needed to receive dosage.

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