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You can never be too rich or too thin, perhaps, but you certainly can drink too much tea. That’s the bottom line of an unusual case report published in this week’s edition of the New England Journal of Medicine. Doctors at the Henry Ford...
This week I'm feeling the need to address a topic that weighs on me more with each passing day: I'm getting old. I've realized this because I no longer spend my weekends traipsing my kids to birthday parties with bounce houses and reptile shows. Instead,...
Staff WriterBRAWLEY — Inspired by her two dogs and natural curiosity, Evelyn Oliva decided to test the intelligence of various dog breeds for a science project. “I made the dogs go through an obstacle course and tested them with spoken commands to...
Tags: Science and Technology, Science
Water. Your mom said to drink it growing up, your coaches told you to drink it after practice, and your doctor says to drink plenty of it. But Salina Cares worries that its city's water may actually be bad for people's health. "Right now, our focus is...
Editor's note: As part of the coverage of the 2013 legislative session, the American News will provide, on most days, a list of 10 pieces of information helpful to understanding what is — and sometimes isn’t — happening at the state...
As long as passions are running hot and heavy in Allentown over whether to hock the city's water system decades into the future, it may be a good time to consider whether to continue injecting poison into that system's drinking water. A little bit of...
Tags: Dental Health, Elections, Voting, Ed Pawlowski, Referenda
There's hardly anything more crushing for a 16-year-old girl than taking a bite out of a hamburger only to see her front tooth fall out on to her plate, and the stunned face of the 16-year-old boy sitting across from her. I should know. I was the girl....
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsOpponents of fluoride are celebrating a win. Fifty-nine percent of Wichitans voted against fluoridation, while 40% voted yes. - More Election Results During a Wednesday morning press conference, spokesman for the group Wichitans Opposed to Fluoride,...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsWe should know tonight whether Wichitans want fluoride in their water. It's been one of the most debated campaign issues this year. Both supporters and opponents will gather tonight to watch the returns. Eyewitness News reporters Michael Schwanke and...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsPediatrician Dr. Amy Seery has been using every opportunity to talk with patients about fluoride. She's part of a coalition of doctors and dentists hoping Wichitans will vote to add it to the water. Doctors have organized telephone Q & A sessions and...
Tags: Politics, Elections, Dietary Supplements
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsFrom fluoride to boat taxes, Kansans will see more than just candidates on their ballots. As early voting began, viewers called Eyewitness News still had questions about what they were seeing on their ballots. Fluoride The most talked about issue in...
Dr. H. Berton McCauley, former chief of the dental division of the Baltimore Health Department, who led the controversial battle that resulted in the city's water supply being fluoridated nearly 60 years ago, died Oct. 23 of prostate cancer at his...
Mar 22, 2013 |Story| Los Angeles Times
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Oct 31, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
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