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Heroin laced with elephant tranquilizer hits the streets

2016-08-25
The American heroin epidemic has become more dangerous, as reports of heroin laced with carfentanil are being reported throughout the country.

Opioid dependence leads to 3,000% rise in medical services

2016-08-25
In one of the first looks at privately insured patients with opioid problems, researchers paint a grim picture: Medical services for people with opioid dependence diagnoses skyrocketed more than 3,000 percent between 2007 and 2014.

Report: Pills in Prince's home mislabeled, contained fentanyl

2016-08-22
Pills seized inside Prince's Paisley Park compound by investigators were labeled as hydrocodone but actually contained fentanyl -- the drug that killed the singer -- according to a source with knowledge of the investigation who revealed the information to the Minneapolis Star Tribune.

Face transplant recipient opens up, a year later

2016-08-24
One year after his historic surgery, face transplant recipient Patrick Hardison says "I have hope now, and I want to help those that are injured know that there is hope for them, too."

How should you talk to loved ones about their weight?

2016-08-24
What are the magic words to use when a loved one's weight is rising dangerously high? Unfortunately, there are none.

EpiPen cost soars, and it's not the only drug price hike

2016-08-25
A new paper reveals that Americans are spending about 20% more on prescription drugs now compared to just a few years ago.

Faces of a hidden epidemic

2016-08-24
Ukraine has one of the highest rates of HIV infection in Europe, according to the United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS.

Happiness doesn't last, and here's why that's OK

2016-08-25
Efforts to improve happiness could be a futile attempt to swim against the tide, as we may actually be programmed to be dissatisfied most of the time.

Maternal deaths fall across globe but rise in US, doubling in Texas

2016-08-24
The good news is that maternal mortality rates are declining worldwide. The bad news? The situation for women in the United States is a glaring exception. And in Texas, where clinics serving women have shuttered and their health interests have been battled all the way up to the US Supreme Court, the rate of pregnancy-related deaths more than doubled over the course of two years.

How Facebook's AI could change your life (or at least help you eat better)

2016-08-25
The incredible popularity of Pokemon Go has exposed millions to the promise of augmented reality.

World's best students are turning their backs on Britain

2016-08-25
Britain is quickly losing its charm for some of the world's brightest talent.

Colombia's 50-year civil war ends, paving way for a more prosperous era

2016-08-25
The 50-year civil war is over in Colombia, setting the stage for a more prosperous era in the country.

Here's what happened to AIDS drug that spiked 5,000%

2016-08-25
Read full story for latest details.

Whatsapp will share your phone number with Facebook

2016-08-25
If you use WhatsApp for messaging friends and family, get ready for Facebook to learn even more about you.

Singapore residents can now ride in a self-driving taxi

2016-08-25
The race to offer self-driving vehicles is in full swing around the world.

Jimmy Choo's stock is spiking. Here's why

2016-08-25
Investors are drooling over Jimmy Choo shares after the company said sales of men's shoes are spiking and its business in China is booming.

'The Rock' is Hollywood's highest paid actor

2016-08-25
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is crushing the competition as Hollywood's highest paid actor.

EpiPen CEO: Blame the 'broken' system, not me

2016-08-25
Heather Bresch, the Mylan CEO under fire for skyrocketing EpiPen costs, believes Americans should redirect their anger toward a "broken" health care system.