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  • Medical devices for kids are often only tested on adults

    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Most medical devices that have been recently approved for use in pediatrics weren't actually tested on kids first, according to a new study. Almost all of the devices had only been tested on people age 18 and older,...
  • Day-care hit-and-run suspect in Florida temporarily denied bond

    A man who has been charged with leaving the scene of a deadly hit-and-run crash into a Florida day-care center will be held in jail until at least Monday, when a judge is expected to decide whether he is a flight risk. Law enforcement agencies had...
  • 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick under investigation following Miami incident

    Miami police said Thursday that 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and two other NFL players are linked to an investigation involving a woman who said she woke up in a hospital after drinking with the players, but said none of the players had been...
  • Man shot at Chief Keef manager's home released from hospital

    Man shot at Chief Keef manager's home released from hospital
    The 33-year-old man who was critically injured after being shot in the Northfield house rented by Chief Keef’s manager was released from the hospital, authorities said Wednesday. He spent two weeks recovering from injuries sustained in the...
  • Stabbing victim, 16, says friend 'saved my life'

    MONROEVILLE, Pa. A Franklin Regional High School student stabbed in the back Wednesday by a knife-wielding classmate said Thursday that the assault was a blur but that his friend, Gracey Evans, saved him by applying pressure to his wound until...
  • Nonsmoking policy not adequate at hospital where man died in fire, report says

    Nonsmoking policy not adequate at hospital where man died in fire, report says
    The University of Maryland Medical Center was not adequately enforcing its nonsmoking policy when a man died in a fire last fall at the hospital, according to a federal and state investigation. Investigators discovered cigarettes and a lighter near the...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Community Open House At New Shoreline Medical Center

    The public is invited to a free community open house to mark the opening of the new Middlesex Hospital Shoreline Medical Center on Saturday, April 19, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at 250 Flat Rock Place, Westbrook. The event will feature tours of the new...
  • Sheriff's deputies mistakenly killed aspiring TV producer

    Sheriff's deputies mistakenly killed aspiring TV producer
    Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies mistakenly shot and killed an aspiring TV producer earlier this week while responding to a stabbing and hostage standoff in West Hollywood, officials said Thursday. Sheriff’s officials said deputies believed...
  • Pa. school stabbing victim describes 'chaos' of attacks

    MONROEVILLE, Pa. Stabbed in the back by a knife-wielding classmate rampaging through his school Wednesday, Franklin Regional High School sophomore Brett Hurt said "it was all kind of like a blur." The first of the 22 victims to give a media interview,...
  • 20 heridos en escuela en Pensilvania | FOTOS

    20 heridos en escuela en Pensilvania | FOTOS
    WASHINGTON - Diecinueve jóvenes y un adulto resultaron hoy heridos, siete de ellos graves, cuando un estudiante vestido de negro y armado con cuchillos les atacó en los pasillos y aulas de una escuela secundaria de Pensilvania, informaron las autoridades....
  • High school stabbings: Friend 'saved my life,' injured boy says

    MURRYSVILLE, Pa. -- At least two teenagers wounded in a Pennsylvania high school stabbing rampage remained on ventilators and face additional surgery, doctors said Thursday, while another victim thanked a friend for saving his life and expressed hope that...