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Hemodialysis can diagnose acute salicylate poisoning

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The best remedy for severe salicylate poisoning is hemodialysis, according to a comprehensive systematic review of the medical literature. Salicylate is an active ingredient in aspirin as well as hundreds of over-the-counter medications, and contributes to approximately 20,000 accidental or intentional poisonings and nearly 30 deaths reported to US Poison Control Centers every year.

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Researchers find cancer-causing chemicals in vapor produced by cannabis extract

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Study finds mitochondrial DNA damage in Veterans with Gulf War illness

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Researchers have discovered the “first direct biological evidence” of damage in veterans with Gulf War illness to DNA within cellular structures that produce energy in the body.

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Violent crime increases during warmer weather, no matter the season, study finds

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A study analyzing crime data in Philadelphia for 10 years found that rates of violent crime and disorderly conduct are higher when the weather is warmer and more pleasant, even rising sharply during warmer-than-typical winter days.

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Fingerprints lack scientific basis for legal certainty

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A new report on the quality of latent fingerprint analysis says that courtroom testimony and reports stating or even implying that fingerprints collected from a crime scene belong to a single person are indefensible and lack scientific foundation.

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