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82-year-old woman sues YMCA over locker room run-in with transgender staffer

In an online fundraiser, Adams admits he does not have a vagina and hopes to raise enough money to pay for a fake one. 

Huge telehealth fraud indictment may wreak havoc for Adderall users, CDC warns

" .... these defendants exploited the COVID-19 pandemic to develop and carry out a $100 million scheme to defraud taxpayers ... "

Infectious bird flu survived milk pasteurization in lab tests

Experts say that even adding 5 to 10 more seconds of pasteurization could offer the dairy industry a "safety buffer," ensuring that there's no active virus leftover in milk even if their raw milk supply turns out to have greater concentrations of infectious virus than the lab's .

Grande Cheese Company recalls over a million and a half pounds of whey and dairy products over Salmonella concerns

FOOD SAFETY NEWS – Grande Cheese Company of Fond Du Lac, WI is recalling 1,726,910 pounds of whey and dairy products because of potential Salmonella contamination. According to the details posted online by the Food and Drugs Administration (FDA), the recall was initiated on May 1, 2024, and is ongoing. The recalled products were distributed in Arizona, California, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachessuets, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, New Jersey, New York,...

Bird Flu Tests Are Hard To Get. So How Will We Know When To Sound the Pandemic Alarm?

KFF HEALTH NEWS – Stanford University infectious disease doctor Abraar Karan has seen a lot of patients with runny noses, fevers, and irritated eyes lately. Such symptoms could signal allergies, covid, or a cold. This year, there’s another suspect, bird flu — but there’s no way for most doctors to know. If the government doesn’t prepare to ramp up H5N1 bird flu testing, he and other researchers warn, the United States could be caught off guard...

The NCAA Has a ‘Hot Girl’ Problem

Hanna and Haley Cavinder, 22, became two of the top-earning female college athletes after the NCAA changed its name, image, and likeness policy in 2021.

California beach is most polluted seen in new study. People are ‘getting sick left and right’

California is home to one of the most polluted beaches in the country, according to a new study — a stretch of surf so toxic officials have made repeated calls for a state of emergency.

‘Pride’ Crosswalk Becomes ‘No Go Zone’ After Teens Leave Skid Marks on It

(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Lime scooter rental company enacted a “no-go zone” on a “pride” crosswalk in Spokane, Wash., after three teenagers intentionally left skid marks with scooters as a way to protect the LGBT propaganda.  Now, people riding in the area will have their vehicles stop if the onboard GPS detects that they are within a certain distance of the LGBT mural, the Post Millennial reported. The news came after three teenagers were arrested and charged with felonies for...

McDonald’s loses Big Mac trademark fight in Europe

McDonald’s was unfazed by the ruling, which can be appealed to the European Court of Justice, the bloc’s highest court, but only on points of law.

Beyond Lyme: New Tick-Borne Diseases On The Rise In U.S.

SHOTS HEALTH NEWS – Micheline LeBlanc knew something was up in the summer of 2022. She felt achy and fatigued. “Headaches were a big problem. Night sweats were dramatic,” LeBlanc says. When she developed throbbing pain in her legs and shortness of breath, her husband took her to the hospital, where she was diagnosed with Lyme disease. They sent her home with antibiotics. But a few days later her doctor called to tell her a blood test...

Got raw milk? Despite health concerns, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and even New Jersey look to loosen regulations.

“Anyone, even healthy adults, can get sick from drinking raw milk,” the CDC warns on a recently updated raw milk web page.

Conservatives Zero In On Federal Labor Law To Limit Abortion Coverage

KFF HEALTH NEWS – Proposals being floated among presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump's insiders would make it more difficult for patients with private employer insurance to travel out of state for abortion care, experts contend. The Washington Post: Conservatives Tied To Trump Want To Limit Insurance Coverage For Abortions  Conservative policymakers influential with former president Donald Trump are discussing how to use a little-known labor law to impose sweeping restrictions on private-employer-covered abortions, according to a...

‘Low risk’ China bird flu just killed someone

Mexican health authorities reported the confirmed case to the WHO on May 23 after conducting laboratory tests.

Vaccines don’t cause autism, but the lie won’t die—in fact, it’s getting worse

ARS TECHNICA – For years, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has bluntly stated the truth: "Vaccines do not cause autism," the agency affirms on its website. Yet, nearly a quarter of Americans still don't believe it.    In an April 2024 survey by the Annenberg Public Policy Center (APPC) of the University of Pennsylvania, 24 percent of US adults denied or disputed that the CDC ever said that. Specifically, the survey asked them to assess...
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