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What Washington can learn from past measles outbreaks
Minnesota's prior experiences may inform how Washington should handle their current problem.
What we know about diet soda’s connection to heart disease, stroke, and early death
People who drank two or more artificially-sweetened drinks per day might be at a higher risk.
Here’s why ultra-processed foods are so bad for your health
These packaged foods can increase overall risk of death.
Supplements make false claims to prey on people with Alzheimer’s—but the FDA is cracking down
Don’t trust anything that says it can cure Alzheimer’s or dementia.
The MMR vaccine covers mumps and rubella, too. Are outbreaks of these next?
Measles is all we really have to worry about—for now.
1 in 4 kindergartners aren’t fully vaccinated in county with measles outbreak
Washington is likely just the first state to experience a widespread outbreak of this scale.
Game day gadgets you’ll be happy to have all year round
There are zero football-shaped dip bowls on this list.
Washington hopes locking unvaccinated kids out of school will prevent its next measles outbreak
Public health states of emergencies allow health officials to act fast to control these preventable diseases.
This powder could cheaply capture carbon pollution from power plants
Engineers have developed a way for even developing nations to prevent the worst effects of global warming.
Half of the people who think they have food allergies actually don’t
But that doesn’t mean you’re imagining things.