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Something fishy: Indians swallow live fish for asthma
More than 5,000 Indians have lined up in the country's south, pinching their noses and sticking their tongues out to swallow live fish in an unusual traditional treatment for asthma.
 
India's rising temperatures are already deadly
India is now two and a half times more likely to experience a deadly heat wave than a half century ago, and all it took was an increase in the average temperature of just 0.5 degrees Celsius, a new study shows.
 
Damn it. Even moderate drinking might damage your brain
Even moderate drinking is linked to brain damage and a slight decline in mental skills, according to a study released Wednesday that calls into question many national alcohol guidelines.
 
The psychological benefits — and trappings — of nostalgia
In his song "Time Was," counterculture singer Phil Ochs reminisces about a past "when a man could build a home, have a family of his own. The peaceful years would flow; he could watch his children grow. But it was a long time ago."
 
How many punches did Ali take? New book counts them all
Among the questions Jonathan Eig wanted to answer in his upcoming biography of Muhammad Ali was this: How many punches did Ali take during a career that ended with him devastated by Parkinson's?
 
A tool to protect police dogs in drug raids from overdosing
Police dogs simply follow their noses to sniff out narcotics. But inhaling powerful opioids can be deadly, so officers have a new tool to protect their four-legged partners: naloxone, a drug that has already been used for years to reverse overdoses in humans.
 
German kindergartens to name parents who skip vaccine advice
The German government wants kindergartens to inform authorities if parents fail to prove they have attended a doctors' consultation on child vaccinations.
 
Cannabis extract cuts seizures for epilepsy patients: study
The first large-scale clinical trial of a cannabis derivative known as cannabidiol shows it was able to cut the frequency of severe epileptic seizures by 39 percent, researchers said Wednesday.
 
WHO chief often more interested in appeasing leaders than in health: investigation
As the World Health Organization struggled to coordinate vaccine production during the 2009 swine flu pandemic, its director-general met with Vladimir Putin, then Russia's prime minister, during an official visit to Moscow.
 
When it comes to sepsis, speed is key to saving your life
Every additional hour it takes to give antibiotics and perform other key steps increases the odds of death by 4 percent.
 
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