Colombia Health Official Gives Tips To Get Through A Heat Wave The health secretary in Santa Marta said stay hydrated, wear loose clothing and no sex. The American Heart Association says sex doesn't strain the heart any more than walking up 2 flights of stairs.
Flooding Forces Phish To Cancel Curveball Festival This year, 40,000 Phish fans headed to western New York for the event. Disappointed that the festival was canceled, fans tweeted Elon Musk and President Trump to do something.
Vatican Responds To Pa. Grand Jury Report On Abuse Of Children By Clergy The Vatican called the abuses "reprehensible." David Green talks to NPR's Sylvia Poggioli and Marie Collin, who served on a papal commission on sexual abuse of minors before quitting in protest.
Politics Of Wildfires: Biggest Battle Is In California's Capital Politics have always been part and parcel of fighting wildfires. With wildfires setting records across the West, political will is growing to change the way we manage forests and fight fires.
Trump's Military Parade Is Likely Postponed Until 2019 The Pentagon, in a brief statement Thursday night, said it was postponing until 2019 a military parade in the nation's capital. It had been planned for Veterans Day weekend this year.
Connecticut Health Officials Respond To Synthetic Marijuana Overdoses Noel King talks to Michael Baumann of the National Institute of Drug Abuse about the dozens of people who overdosed this week on synthetic cannabinoids in Connecticut.
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Generic Version Of The EpiPen Is Approved For Allergic Reactions The FDA has approved a generic version of the EpiPen to treat dangerous allergic reactions, but it remains to be seen how much that will drive down the price of this expensive product.
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