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Smelling Food Scents For More Than 2 Minutes Can Curb Your Cravings, Study FindsLooking for a way to satisfy those high-calorie meal cravings?
Perdue Recalling 68,000 Pounds Of Ready-To-Eat Chicken Nuggets Over Possible Wood ContaminationPerdue Foods, LLC is recalling approximately 68,244 pounds of ready-to-eat chicken nugget products because they may be contaminated with wood, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced today.
Center City's First Medical Marijuana Dispensary Holds Open House To Educate PublicAn open house was held Thursday for the public to gather information and learn about the products being offered. 
Study: Opioid Prescriptions For Animals Up 41 Percent Over 10-Year PeriodThe opioid crisis isn't just impacting people. A new study says there's been a substantial increase in the amount of pain medication being prescribed for pets.
Civilization Facing Crisis If Humans Don't Cut Back On Eating Red Meat, Scientists WarnScientists say civilization is in crisis, but our diet can be the solution.
Thousands Die Each Year From Eating Contaminated Food, Report FindsBoth the FDA and USDA have not commented on the report.
Noninvasive Treatment Uses Electro-Magnetic Energy To Tone Muscle, Melt FatIt's not about getting rid of lots of fat, it's more about toning up.
Experimental Treatment Showing Promise In Stopping Multiple Sclerosis SymptomsMultiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease where the body attacks itself, causing a wide range of symptoms, including vision problems, fatigue and weakness.
Lack Of Sunshine In Winter Can Trigger Potentially Dangerous Mental Health Issues, Doctors SaySAD is diagnosed four times more often in women than men and it's also more likely to impact younger adults, even children.
Chester County Filing Lawsuit Against Opioid Drug Manufacturers, DistributorsThe Chester County Board of Commissioners made the announcement during a news conference on Tuesday morning.
Heavy Sweating That Led To An Unexpected DiagnosisA 60-year-old man struggled with unexplained sweating episodes for three years before doctors diagnosed him with temporal lobe seizures, according to a case study published Monday in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
Odds Of Accidentally Dying From Opioid Overdose Greater Than Dying In Automobile Accident, Report FindsA disturbing report on the opioid crisis from the National Safety Council.