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  • First cases of West Nile Virus for the season reported in Montana

    August 12, 2017 12:55 AM 15

    HELENA – State officials reported Thursday the first case of West Nile Virus of the season has been detected in both humans and mosquitos. Three human cases have been reported in McCone, Bighorn and Toole counties. The human cases were all among adults who experienced mild symptoms and did not require hospitalization. Mosquito samples from Blaine, Hill, Custer

  • GM pigs take step to being organ donors

    August 11, 2017 1:01 AM 8

    The most genetically modified animals in existence have been created to help end a shortage of organs for transplant, say US researchers. The scientists successfully rid 37 pigs of viruses hiding in their DNA, overcoming one of the big barriers to transplanting pig organs to people. Tests identified 25 Pervs - porcine endogenous retroviruses - hidden

  • Moscow mule copper mug may be poisoning drinkers

    August 8, 2017 6:17 PM 17

    ( - Part of the fun of ordering a Moscow mule is getting to drink out of the cool copper cup. But that fun may come to an end because of health concerns. Health officials of the Iowa Alcoholic Beverages Division examined what happens when copper mixes with food. The results weren’t so great. The state health officials concluded that using

  • Babies latch on to support cause

    August 8, 2017 12:52 PM 8

    As part of the annual World Breastfeeding Week, mothers of Bunbury gathered on Friday for The Big Latch On. Held at Milligan Community Learning and Resource Centre, the event was co-hosted by the Australian Breastfeeding Association Bunbury and the Bunbury Babywearing Community. The community-building event was a component to the global initiative where

  • Playing action video games can actually harm your brain

    August 7, 2017 11:01 PM 7

    Neuroscientists should think twice before getting patients to play video games as a way to boost their brain power, a new study conducted at Université de Montréal suggests. Why? Because in many cases, gaming can do more harm than good. In the study, published today in Molecular Psychiatry, lead author Greg West, an associate professor of psychology

  • Australian teenager in hospital after sea bug attack

    August 7, 2017 8:06 AM 27

    An Australian teenager is recovering in hospital after being bitten by multiple "mite-sized sea critters". Sam Kanizay, 16, found his feet and ankles covered in blood after soaking his legs in Melbourne's Brighton Beach on Saturday evening. Jarrod Kanizay said his son arrived home with what "looked like a war injury" and that his legs would not stop bleeding

  • Are You Fond of Drinking Cocktails in a Copper Mug? It May Cause Food Poisoning

    August 7, 2017 7:56 AM 12

    Alcoholic Beverages Division, State of Lowa has said that copper mugs often used for cocktails may give you food poisoning. It declares that copper and copper alloys can be poisonous when consumed. The latest trend in the world of mixology is not just creating fancy cocktails but also the way you serve them. There's a lot of drama involved with smoke

  • Mysterious Sea Creatures in Australia Chew Up Teenager’s Legs

    August 7, 2017 5:58 AM 20

    Sam’s father, Jarrod Kanizay, decided to investigate by dropping a hunk of raw steak in the water where his son was attacked. He posted a video of the result: hundreds of tiny sea creatures feasting on the meat. A University of New South Wales associate professor, Alistair Poore, said the animals in the video were not sea lice, but another group of small

  • Father Of Teen Attacked By Sea Critters Posts Horrific Video Of Sea Lice Eating Raw Steak

    August 7, 2017 4:25 AM 6

    The father of a teen who was bitten by mystery sea critters at a Melbourne beach has posted a graphic video of the lice devouring raw steak. Sam Kanizay, 16, soaked his legs at Brighton's Dendy Street Beach after playing football on Saturday, soon after he emerged from the water his legs were covered in blood. "When he got out, he described having sand on his legs, so he went back in the water

  • Aamir Khan and wife diagnosed with swine flu

    August 7, 2017 1:31 AM 4

    Actor Aamir Khan has been diagnosed with swine flu. During an interaction with audience through a video conference at an event in Pune on Sunday, the actor himself confirmed he has been detected with H1N1 virus. He said, "I have been diagnosed with swine flu and have been advised rest. I cannot go out or attend public functions as it may lead to transmission