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More Americans urged to carry overdose reversing drug

More Americans urged to carry overdose reversing drug

He wants people at risk, as well as their family members and friends, to have naloxone with them and know how to use it, the Associated Press reported. As of July 2017, all 50 states have passed laws improving naloxone access, the nonprofit said. Those are the kind of systemic changes we need to make sure naloxone is a touch point that leads to recovery.


Malayalam Actor Kollam Ajith, Well-known For His Villain Roles, Is No More!

Malayalam Actor Kollam Ajith, Well-known For His Villain Roles, Is No More!

Initially known as Ajith Kumar, the actor changed his second name to Kollam after a station where he father worked as the Railway master. He is survived by wife Prameela and children Gayathri and Sreehari. Interestingly, Ajith never dreamt of being an actor and was interested in movie making. Apart from Malayalam films , Kollam Ajith has also appeared in films of other languages like Tamil and Telugu.


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Police investigate reports of "zombie" raccoons in Ohio

Over the past three weeks, police in Youngstown have received more than a dozen calls about erratic behavior in raccoons, WKBN-TV reports. "He would stand up on his hind legs, which I've never seen a raccoon do before, and he would show his teeth and then he would fall over backward and go into nearly a comatose condition", he said.


'Nightmare bacteria' found over 200 times in U.S. previous year

'Nightmare bacteria' found over 200 times in U.S. previous year

Anne Schuchat, the CDC's principal deputy director, told the magazine. Researchers at the CDC said that previous year they tested 5,700 samples of resistant bacteria, and of those samples, 221 were CRE or similar bacteria. In health care facilities where unusual resistance was found, researchers found that in patients without symptoms, about one in 10 screening tests identified a difficult-to-treat germ that spreads easily.


USA woman takes DNA test, discovers fertility doctor is her father

USA woman takes DNA test, discovers fertility doctor is her father

Her parents, who are now divorced, were having difficulty conceiving and approached Dr Gerald E Mortimer for help. The parents agreed on the condition the donor was a college student with physical characteristics similar to Fowler - namely brown hair, blue eyes and over 6-foot tall, according to the lawsuit.