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"Weapon of mass destruction," "chemical warfare," enough to "kill the entire population of Ohio, many times over" -- that's how law enforcement officials described the amount of fentanyl seized in a drug bust in Dayton. (CNN)
After live-streaming her mammogram on Facebook, an Oklahoma television news anchor learned she had breast cancer. (Fox News)
The European Medicines Agency's safety committee determined that the rheumatology drug tofacitinib (Xeljanz) increases the risk of venous thromboembolism, and thus should be used cautiously in patients at high risk for clotting.
Updated numbers from the CDC on "vaping illness": 1,888 cases, 37 deaths as of Oct. 29. And yes, Alaska still hasn't seen a case.
China joins the crackdown on sales of e-cigarette products to minors. (Reuters)
Novartis said its biologic agent secukinumab (Cosentyx) "narrowly missed statistical significance for superiority" in a randomized comparison with adalimumab (Humira) for patients with active psoriatic arthritis.
Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo continues to simmer, with about 20 new cases per week in the same areas gripped by the outbreak for months. (WHO)
As the end of daylight savings time approaches, a look at some of the health effects attributed to the semiannual time change. (Fox News)
Kid's tongue stuck in a bottle? The old remove-the-cork-without-a-corkscrew wine hack to the rescue! (NBC News)
High on your job? Or maybe high on the job? Chances are, you work in the service sector. (Newsweek)