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Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Health News: Boston College illness outbreak is Norovirus ♦ Vermont dairy farm agrees to stop violating drug residue regulations ♦ Cannabidiol shows promise for children with severe epilepsy

Boston College illness outbreak is Norovirus City health experts and Chipotle Mexican Grill agreed Tuesday that as many as 80 mostly Boston College students sickened over the weekend likely were victims of the “vomiting disease” known as norovirus and not victims of the more serious nine-state E. coli O26 outbreak. Members of the Boston College men’s basketball team were among the..
Vermont dairy farm agrees to stop violating drug residue regulations A Vermont dairy farm family, which has had trouble keeping drug residues from showing up in the meat it sells for human consumption at or below tolerance levels, has agreed to a permanent injunction and consent decree with the federal government. Correia Family Farms was named in a complaint Monday for a permanent injunction .
Pharmaceutical CBD (cannabidiol) shows promise for children with severe epilepsy Around the globe there is high interest in the use of cannabidiol, for the treatment of people with epilepsy, especially children who have treatment-resistant forms of the disorder. Three studies highlight emerging efficacy and safety data of Epidiolex, a pharmaceutical liquid formulation of cannabidiol. A fourth study highlights possible interactions of CBD with existing anti-epileptic drugs in animal models of seizures.
Men's interest in babies linked with hormonal responses to sexual stimuli Young men's interest in babies is associated with their physiological reactivity to sexually explicit material, according to new research. Young men who reported more interest in babies showed a lower increase in testosterone in response to sexually explicit material than men who weren't as interested in babies.

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