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Dog food recalled because product may contain euthanasia drug

Dog food recalled because product may contain euthanasia drug

California-based pet food maker Party Animals recently announced a voluntary recall for a couple of lots of its Cocolicious dog food after inspectors warned that it might contain pentobarbital.

Pentobarbital is a dangerous chemical that is often used to euthanize animals. This chemical has been tested positive in the 13 ounce cans of Cocolicious Beef & Turkey dog food as well as Cocolicious Chicken & Beef dog food.

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Egyptian woman sheds 713 Lbs.; sister calls doctors ‘liars’

Egyptian woman sheds 713 Lbs.; sister calls doctors ‘liars’

Eman Ahmed Abd El Aty, an Egyptian woman who once made global headlines form being the world’s heaviest woman, has successfully shed 713 lbs.

After surpassing 1,102 lbs. in weight, El Aty underwent laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy surgery at on 9th of March at Saifee Hospital. After nearly a couple of months at the hospital, she now weighs just 389 lbs.

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Exercise improves cognitive function in people older than 50 years: study

Exercise improves cognitive function in people older than 50 years: study

A review of randomized controlled trials has shown that physical exercise including aerobic exercise or strength training of moderate intensity significantly improves cognitive function in people older than 50 years.

Lead researcher Joseph Northey, a PhD candidate at University of Canberra Research Institute for Sport & Exercise, Australia, said that the review of 39 studies showed that thinking and memory skills were most improved when participants exercised the heart and muscles on a regular basis.

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Standard Homeopathic recalls Hyland’s teething tablets

Standard Homeopathic recalls Hyland’s teething tablets

Los Angeles-based Standard Homeopathic Co. has issued a nationwide recall for any remaining packages of its teething tablets after regulators warned that the medicine has inconsistent levels of an herb that might be poisonous.

Standard Homeopathic stopped producing and supplying Hyland’s teething tablets in October last year, and notified distributors as well as stores to return the tablets. Consumers who might have already purchased the tablets were advised to throw them out.

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