Craig Dickmann was fishing when the animal struck.
The team worked with 513 pairs of men living in Belgium and the Netherlands who shared a common paternal ancestor.
"You never know if that person they're communicating with is a sexual predator," a police captain said.
Problematic cannabis use rose by 37 percent, from 0.90 percent to 1.23 percent, after recreational marijuana legalization.
Losing and maintaining a healthy weight is a significant challenge for some people, scientists said.
Officials said Nafes Monroe "intentionally had his child with him" in the car at the time.
"Research like this is important, as it could help us to understand more about breast cancer risk and possible new ways to treat it," an expert told "Newsweek."
The victim's niece said she feared her aunt "will never be the same."
His doctors say "we consider e-cigarettes as 'much safer than tobacco' at our peril'."
Their genetic make-up could also ruin the taste of chocolate, coffee, and beer.
The warning comes amid a U.S.-wide outbreak of vaping-related lung injuries.
The small dog was rushed to the vet where it was proununced dead.
Breastfeeding was also linked to lower allergy rates in a study which looked at the medical records of 158,422 children.
The man had kept food by his bed, which could have attracted the bugs.
The study is the latest to find that climate change is bad news for penguins.
Researchers played people thousands of chords to see which parts of their brains lit up.
Daniel Macko is survived by his wife and three young children.
An autism expert told Newsweek "even if you have lived all of your life without the diagnosis, finding out that you have autism can be a very positive experience."
Scientists carried out the study after seeing exaggerated claims about the purifying powers of plants online.
The research could change our understanding of the female anatomy.
"We're only just beginning to understand what the therapeutic potential of cannabis may be for a variety of health conditions," an author of the study said.
A researcher told Newsweek the study suggests smoking is not only bad for our physical health, but our mental health, too.
If the challenge is too easy we don't learn, but too hard and we're likely to give up.
"The public needs to know the global implications of such actions," a scientist told "Newsweek."
'Don't eat anything your great grandmother wouldn't recognize as food' an author of the study told Newsweek.
The woman is thought to be the second person in two years to be infected by cattle eye worm.