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Today β€” December 16th 2018Your RSS feeds

Ask Well: Is Eating Deli Meats Really That Bad for You?

By RONI CARYN RABIN

Even small amounts of processed meat increase the risk of colorectal cancer.

Survival of the Sneakiest

By DAVID P. BARASH

Stealth can win out over speed and strength in the arms race of evolution.

Why Painting Isn’t as Elitist as You Might Think

By SCOTT REYBURN

It keeps the top end of the art market bubbling. But it’s easier for anyone with an internet connection to engage with a painting than a performance or a piece of video art.

Yesterday β€” December 15th 2018Your RSS feeds

California farm linked to romaine lettuce E.coli outbreak recalls additional produce

By Madeline Farber

A California farm that federal health officials traced to the recent E.coli outbreaking from romaine lettuce has recalled some of its other produce “out of an abundance of caution,” the facility announced Thursday.

California farm linked to romaine lettuce E.coli outbreak recalls additional produce

By Madeline Farber

A California farm that federal health officials traced to the recent E.coli outbreaking from romaine lettuce has recalled some of its other produce “out of an abundance of caution,” the facility announced Thursday.

Attorney General Investigating Broken Bolts on Mario Cuomo Bridge

By SHANE GOLDMACHER

The inquiry will focus on whether the state’s contractor tried to hide the problem; state officials said the bridge is safe to travel.

Asbestos Opens New Legal Front in Battle Over Johnson’s Baby Powder

By RONI CARYN RABIN and TIFFANY HSU

Johnson & Johnson says its product is safe. But asbestos, a carcinogen that can exist underground near talc, was a concern inside the company for decades.

Asbestos Opens New Legal Front in Battle Over Johnson’s Baby Powder

By RONI CARYN RABIN and TIFFANY HSU

Johnson & Johnson says its product is safe. But asbestos, a carcinogen that can exist underground near talc, was a concern inside the company for decades.

Asbestos Opens New Legal Front in Battle Over Johnson’s Baby Powder

By RONI CARYN RABIN and TIFFANY HSU

Johnson & Johnson says its product is safe. But asbestos, a carcinogen that can exist underground near talc, was a concern inside the company for decades.

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Ask Well: Is Eating Deli Meats Really That Bad for You?

By RONI CARYN RABIN

Even small amounts of processed meat increase the risk of colorectal cancer.

Second Canadian Arrested in China, Escalating Diplomatic Feud

By STEVEN LEE MYERS and DAN BILEFSKY

China confirmed the arrest of Michael Spavor, an entrepreneur, and accused him and another Canadian of unspecified crimes undermining China’s national security.

Woman who endured stillbirth pleads with tech companies to cease baby ads

By Elizabeth Zwirz

A woman penned an emotional letter to technology companies this week about how she still receives baby-related advertisements even after she shared on social media that her son was stillborn.

Certain Kotex tampons recalled following reports they unravel, come apart inside body

By Madeline Farber

A certain type of Kotex tampons has been voluntarily recalled by Kimberly-Clark after the company received reports that the feminine hygiene product was unraveling or coming apart inside some users’ bodies.

Certain Kotex tampons recalled following reports they unravel, come apart inside body

By Madeline Farber

A certain type of Kotex tampons has been voluntarily recalled by Kimberly-Clark after the company received reports that the feminine hygiene product was unraveling or coming apart inside some users’ bodies.

On Baseball: For Brodie Van Wagenen, Everything Is on the Table in Vegas

By JAMES WAGNER

The Mets’ hyperactive new general manager has helped kicked the rumor mill into high gear during his first trip to baseball’s annual Winter Meetings this week.

Jimmy Dean sausage recalled over potential metal contamination

By Madeline Farber

More than 29,000 pounds of certain Jimmy Dean sausage products were recalled following reports they possibly contained pieces of metal.

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