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More blood pressure, heart failure medications added to FDA recall

NEWS A probable carcinogen called N- nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) was found in the drugs. Author: 10News Staff Published: 4:23 PM EDT August 12, 2018 Updated: 4:23 PM EDT August 12, 2018 More companies have been added to an FDA recall of blood pressure medicine containing a possible carcinogen.Click or tap here to see the updated list,…

Brett Eldredge Shows Off His Furry BFF, Dog Edgar

Growing up in Edgar County, Illinois, Brett Eldredge’s eternal Christmas wish was for a furry friend. “I always begged to get a dog,” the country crooner recalls in the new issue of Us Weekly. His parents never gave in, so last year, the 31-year-old drove six…

ICE agent ran bribery scheme helping immigrants cheat deportation, feds say

Reunited immigrants face new woes: ‘How am I going to feed my family?’Immigrant teen’s risky journey from violent homeland to Detroit”The highly sensitive nature of the position that Divers held with the Department of Homeland Security cannot be overstated,” prosecutors wrote in a scathing sentencing memo Friday, stressing Divers compromised top secret clearance to help…

Standing Rock protesters now protesting Line 5 pipeline

Shomin at one point was arrested as part of the demonstrations before she was released and returned to the camp, she said.That December, cheers erupted at the camp on news that the Army Corps of Engineers denied an easement that would have allowed the pipeline to cross a lake — effectively halting work on the project. Shortly after President Donald…

Blue Light Emitted By Phones And Tablets Can Speed Up Blindness

Blue light from smartphones are dangerous for your eyes. According to a new study, prolonged exposure to blue light might speed up macular degeneration and lead to blindness.   ( Krzysztof Kamil | Pixabay ) According to a new study, blue light emitted from smartphones, tablets, and other similar gadgets with backlights can speed up…

Rural Missouri hospital reports Salmonella outbreak

Missouri’s Perry County Memorial Hospital (PCMH) is reporting at least 23 cases of Salmonella have been diagnosed since  August 6.    And more than 30 cases may be involved in the outbreak, according to the Perry County Health Department, which does not yet know the source of the infections. Patient ages range from 2 to…