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Only in Vegas: Having a Heart Attack at the Heart Attack Grill

Only in Vegas: Having a Heart Attack at the Heart Attack Grill

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Irony Alert:

A man suffers a heart attack while eating at an eatery called – wait for it – the Heart Attack Grill, where some dishes can top 8,000 calories, Matt DeLucia reports for Fox 5 News in Las Vegas. Not at all good for business, we imagine.

Environmental Health: The EPA may approve agricultural chemicals to be used on their own, but what are the effects on workers and the environment when farmers combine them? Clare Howard investigates for the journalism website 100 Reporters.

Sinus Infections: Those pesky and painful sinus infections (the bacterial kind) aren't helped any more by antibiotics than placebo sugar pills, according to a new study, Jason Koebler reports for U.S. News & World Report.

Avastin: The maker of the widely used cancer drug Avastin says that counterfeit versions have been distributed to U.S. hospitals, although little else is known about how much or where, Matthew Perrone reports for the Associated Press.

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