The syringes contain enough poison to kill dogs on contact, police said.
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Some books promote early learning better than others, researchers say.
The problems with the drug are just one sign of a system that is straining to help displaced Syrians.
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Early-stage trials showed many encouraging signs.
The potato allowed farmers to grow more on less land, therefore making land less valuable and less likely to be fought over.
It'll be available starting Monday.
Older people and children are especially at risk.
Brain injury led to clear changes in the mice's colons.
Cases are especially high in some southern states.
The popular game may help improve memory.
The 7-year-old boy can still play soccer and video games.
This isn't the first time Goop has disseminated questionable information.
The resulting infection looks pretty gruesome.
The way the brain makes up time is not what you might think.
He suffers from a rare condition called hypoplastic left heart syndrome.
The drug is a new form of buprenorphine.
American medicine has made a breakthrough, and a woman who thought she'd never get pregnant has given birth.
Some hospitals in California and Colorado see patients daily who have symptoms of the marijuana-associated condition.
An ongoing case in Israel touches on a decades-old global debate.
Australia's severe flu season may shed light on what's in store for the U.S.
There have been 87 outbreak-associated cases reported in Utah.
The president's former ghostwriter said he's learned of White House staffers' concerns over Trump.
Scientists would research it even more if the law would let them.
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There was a threefold increase in the number of scarlet fever cases in 2014 compared to a year earlier.
He may have been swallowing the objects during an episode of depression.
A study in Spain found that obese and overweight children put on an exercise regimen had greater gray matter and higher test scores