Wednesday, May 2nd, 2018

 

FDA warns about potentially contaminated oysters

About 100 people have reported illnesses in California after they consumed raw British Columbian oysters sold by restaurants and retailers throughout the state


FDA warns about potentially contaminated oysters

About 100 people have reported illnesses in California after they consumed raw British Columbian oysters sold by restaurants and retailers throughout the state


First death reported in E. coli outbreak tied to romaine

According to the latest update from the CDC, 121 people have now been sickened in 25 states


Hawaii set to ban sunscreens harmful to coral reefs

Hawaii lawmakers voted to become the first state to ban the sale of sunscreens containing chemicals believed to be harmful to marine life


Hawaii set to ban sunscreens harmful to coral reefs

Hawaii lawmakers voted to become the first state to ban the sale of sunscreens containing chemicals believed to be harmful to marine life


Jeff Sessions says he’s sending a message worldwide: “Don’t come illegally”

Sessions announced the move Wednesday, while a caravan of Central Americans waits at the border to ask for asylum


Leading Trump lawyer Ty Cobb is retiring

Cobb’s retirement comes as Bill Clinton impeachment lawyer Emmet Flood is joining the White House legal team


Cox praises Planned Parenthood for serving trans community

The actress was honored by Planned Parenthood of New York City at Tuesday night’s gala


This Woman Says She Suffered a ‘Life-Threatening’ Infection After Microblading Treatment

Microblading is a trendy beauty treatment that can give you fuller, more defined brows. But one woman is speaking out after she says a microblading session at a salon left her with a severe infection. In an interview with local Detroit news station WDIV, the woman—referred to as “Jennifer”—detailed her harrowing experience. After leaving the unnamed salon, Jennifer was happy with the results, she told reporter Karen Drew. Within days, however, she noticed “little lumps” on her brows. She went to an urgent care center, where she was diagnosed with cellulitis, a common bacterial skinRead More


Your Beauty Products May Contribute to Rush-Hour Pollution Just As Much as Car Exhaust

When you’re lathering on lotion, applying your makeup, spraying dry shampoo, or dabbing on perfume every morning, you’re probably not thinking much about how those products could affect the air outside your home. But a new study suggests that maybe you should. Emissions from these types of products now account for a large portion of air pollution in urban areas, say researchers at the University of Colorado at Boulder—especially during the a.m. rush hour when we’re all commuting to work. It used to be that automobile emissions (along with factories andRead More


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