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USA Today
Modern Day Slavery: Sex trafficking poses a serious problem in Louisianascreen. Caddo Parish had 22 confirmed cases of human trafficking in 2015, acco
Modern Day Slavery: Sex trafficking poses a serious problem in Louisiana
USA Today / Posted 15 minutes ago
screen. Caddo Parish had 22 confirmed cases of human trafficking in 2015, according to Louisiana Department of Children & Family Services data. Only East Baton Rouge parish with 62 human trafficking victims and Orleans parish with 47 had more,... Read more
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Gazette
Gloucestershire County Council's cabinet to discuss plans to save all children's centressupported the proposals for 16 centres in the most deprived areas of the county
Gloucestershire County Council's cabinet to discuss plans to save all children's centres
Gazette / Posted 35 minutes ago
supported the proposals for 16 centres in the most deprived areas of the county to be expanded to become children and family centres, supporting families with children up to the age of 11. This will mean more help for the most vulnerable... Read more
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DW
How technology can change the refugee crisis |with the human trafficker who promises the way out of misery and a path to a be
How technology can change the refugee crisis |
DW / Posted 39 minutes ago
with the human trafficker who promises the way out of misery and a path to a better place, to stay in touch with the family left behind and tell them that you are alive and well. The number of people fleeing war, violence and prosecution is... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Sixty-ninth World Health Assembly comes to end after approving many new resolutionsThe Sixty-ninth World Health Assembly closed today after approving new resoluti
Sixty-ninth World Health Assembly comes to end after approving many new resolutions
News-Medical-Net / Posted an hour ago
The Sixty-ninth World Health Assembly closed today after approving new resolutions on WHO's Framework for Engagement with Non-State Actors; the Sustainable Development Goals; the International Health Regulations; tobacco control; road traffic deaths... Read more
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iTWire
Intel showcases 5 major trends at Computex 2016 from IoT to 5G to Core i7 Extreme Edition and moreimpact technology has on industries around the world,’ with ‘billions of smart
Intel showcases 5 major trends at Computex 2016 from IoT to 5G to Core i7 Extreme Edition and more
iTWire / Posted an hour ago
impact technology has on industries around the world,’ with ‘billions of smart and connected devices, new data-rich services and cloud applications fueled by the Internet of Things (IoT)’ set to ‘bring new and exciting experiences to our... Read more
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Daily Mail
Euro 2016 training bases: The hotels and bases across Francehotel which features 159 rooms and eleven suites overlooking the golf course an
Euro 2016 training bases: The hotels and bases across France
Daily Mail / Posted an hour ago
hotel which features 159 rooms and eleven suites overlooking the golf course and the beautiful countryside. They will have access to a private pool, tennis courts, a fitness centre and bicycle hire; while they'll be put through their paces at a... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
Child care centers to display inspection report cardsSen. Jeff Klein (D-Bronx/Westchester), who launched a series of investigations
Child care centers to display inspection report cards
Staten Island Advance / Posted 2 hours ago
Sen. Jeff Klein (D-Bronx/Westchester), who launched a series of investigations on day care safety, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Health Commissioner Dr. Mary T. Bassett announced. The Health Department's practice of posting letter grades at restaurants... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Why Texas’ Reproductive Health Policies Could Complicate the State's Response to ZikaTexas is gearing up for Zika. Last week, state Sen. Charles Schwertner, R-Georg
Why Texas’ Reproductive Health Policies Could Complicate the State's Response to Zika
KERA North Texas / Posted 2 hours ago
Texas is gearing up for Zika. Last week, state Sen. Charles Schwertner, R-Georgetown, asked state health officials to come up with “a clear and concise plan” for dealing with a possible outbreak. Even though leaders are on high alert, experts warn... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
City shift on homeless. Now it's up to us.Island children came home from school and said there were homeless students in
City shift on homeless. Now it's up to us.
Staten Island Advance / Posted 3 hours ago
Island children came home from school and said there were homeless students in their classes. Some needed special education services, and the schools had to scramble to adapt. And it became immediately clear that sheltering homeless from the other... Read more
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Weekly Times
Farmers are not alonefor their endeavours and the plight many are facing. The most important aspect
Farmers are not alone
Weekly Times / Posted 3 hours ago
for their endeavours and the plight many are facing. The most important aspect of the support from governments is not the access to loans, which many will not take up regardless of the interest rate, but the counselling services. They should be... Read more
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The Coldwater Daily Reporter
Dental clinics get go ahead for Coldwater/Sturgisthe end of September, after approval of an inter-local contract Thursday.The Br
Dental clinics get go ahead for Coldwater/Sturgis
The Coldwater Daily Reporter / Posted 3 hours ago
the end of September, after approval of an inter-local contract Thursday.The Branch-Hillsdale-St. Joseph Counties Community Health Agency board approved the recommended agreement with non-profit My Community Dental Centers.CHA Health Officer Rebecca... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Rail staff are being put at risk of ‘abuse and assault’ after sickness records publicised – say union bosses*} {* socialRegistration_emailAddress *} {* socialRegistration_displayName *}
Rail staff are being put at risk of ‘abuse and assault’ after sickness records publicised – say union bosses
Chichester Observer / Posted 4 hours ago
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Lake Placid News
Lt. gov.: Opioids now kill more than car crasheswould you propose that we enact to deal with this crisis?" Connie Wille, execu
Lt. gov.: Opioids now kill more than car crashes
Lake Placid News / Posted 4 hours ago
would you propose that we enact to deal with this crisis?" Connie Wille, executive director of Champlain Valley Family Center in Plattsburgh, Linda Beers, co-chair of the Essex County Heroin and Opiate Prevention Coalition, and Jefferson... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Shared Language and Religion for Syrians in Sudanalready living in the country. Although Sudan does not recognise the Syrians a
Shared Language and Religion for Syrians in Sudan
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 hours ago
already living in the country. Although Sudan does not recognise the Syrians as refugees, they are allowed to work and access state healthcare and education services. "Syrians are treated in Sudan as citizens, not as refugees," explained Adil... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Major parties urged to boost booze tax, introduce national lockout lawsSt Vincent's Health Australia proposes higher alcohol taxes, national lockout l
Major parties urged to boost booze tax, introduce national lockout laws
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 hours ago
St Vincent's Health Australia proposes higher alcohol taxes, national lockout laws Adopt higher alcohol taxes, ban alcohol sponsorship in sport, and introduce nation-wide lockout laws to reduce the harm caused by excessive drinking, Australia's... Read more
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heraldscotland
Outer Chris Grayling dismisses notion of second Scottish independence poll on back of Brexit as "just talk"to the EU every day on our priorities like using a small proportion of it to cu
Outer Chris Grayling dismisses notion of second Scottish independence poll on back of Brexit as "just talk"
heraldscotland / Posted 5 hours ago
to the EU every day on our priorities like using a small proportion of it to cut energy bills and easing the pressure on family budgets. "The Remain campaign should admit that if we vote In, then Brussels will be in charge of VAT levels and will... Read more
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The Atlantic
Welcome to Welfare Utopiagovernment benefits available to help them stay afloat. But here in this progre
Welcome to Welfare Utopia
The Atlantic / Posted 5 hours ago
government benefits available to help them stay afloat. But here in this progressive corner of the Northwest, the poor can access an extensive system of state-sponsored supports and services. In Oregon, a higher share of poor families is on... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
VG names two to hall of famein scholarship money since Norris created it in 1980. N-G Correspondent VILLA
VG names two to hall of fame
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 5 hours ago
in scholarship money since Norris created it in 1980. N-G Correspondent VILLAGE OF RANTOUL Courage Connection offers services in town RANTOUL — Female victims of domestic violence and homelessness in northern Champaign County will no longer... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Counsyl expands into oncology market to increase cancer risk screeningan expanded test to assess risk for inherited forms of cancer, and tools to imp
Counsyl expands into oncology market to increase cancer risk screening
News-Medical-Net / Posted 6 hours ago
an expanded test to assess risk for inherited forms of cancer, and tools to improve genetic screening rates across the healthcare system Counsyl, a DNA testing and genetic counseling service, today announced its expansion into the oncology... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Health minister silent on Dubbo cancer treatment servicesA GILGANDRA woman feels her decision to launch a petition calling for more canc
Health minister silent on Dubbo cancer treatment services
Daily Liberal / Posted 6 hours ago
A GILGANDRA woman feels her decision to launch a petition calling for more cancer treatment services in Dubbo has been justified by the two-month silence of NSW Health Minister Jillian Skinner.In the lead-up to tonight’s Western NSW Health Forum in... Read more
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Bolton News
Jake Dunstan death: Education chiefs on 'lessons to be learned' from tragic case of teen who hadn't been to school in 2 yearsfrom for any length of time. John Daly, Director of People, Bolton Council sai
Jake Dunstan death: Education chiefs on 'lessons to be learned' from tragic case of teen who hadn't been to school in 2 years
Bolton News / Posted 7 hours ago
from for any length of time. John Daly, Director of People, Bolton Council said much work had been done to engage with the family and Jake. He said: "It is alarming to professionals but people were going on a regular basis to the family." The... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Every Nigerian Is Prone to Mental Illness - Kadiriimmunity to mental illness. Consultant, Neuro-Psychiatrist and Physiotherapist,
Every Nigerian Is Prone to Mental Illness - Kadiri
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 hours ago
immunity to mental illness. Consultant, Neuro-Psychiatrist and Physiotherapist, Dr. Maymunah Kadiri who disclosed this to Health & Living, noted that despite various success in science, no vaccine can prevent mental health related... Read more
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express
We're saving lives 24 hours a day: This is the woman who set up an extraordinary charityyears ago Joy twice tried to end her own life. Since then, and against all odds
We're saving lives 24 hours a day: This is the woman who set up an extraordinary charity
express / Posted 9 hours ago
years ago Joy twice tried to end her own life. Since then, and against all odds, she has managed to overcome her own mental health challenges to establish the charity as the go-to place for people with nowhere else to turn and save hundreds of lives... Read more
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Rappler
Filipino HIV advocate chosen as Ashoka Global Fellowchanneled this adversity into creating a social enterprise that uses social med
Filipino HIV advocate chosen as Ashoka Global Fellow
Rappler / Posted 9 hours ago
channeled this adversity into creating a social enterprise that uses social media to provide care, support, and advocacy services for young LGBTs who feel alone and excluded. B-Change also places particular importance on providing people... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Refugees enjoy hospital tourstudying English at the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) at TAFE took the t
Refugees enjoy hospital tour
Kiama Independent / Posted 10 hours ago
studying English at the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) at TAFE took the tour run by the Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District multicultural health service in partnership with Wollongong Hospital, as part of Refugee Health Month. ISLHD... Read more
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Office of the President - Philippines
Revised IRR of Republic Act No. 10575for the purpose of prescribing and applying the necessary rules and regulations
Revised IRR of Republic Act No. 10575
Office of the President - Philippines / Posted 10 hours ago
for the purpose of prescribing and applying the necessary rules and regulations for the strengthening of the correctional services. RULE II – GENERAL PROVISIONS Section 2. Declaration of Policy. It is the policy of the State to promote the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Refugees enjoy hospital tourstudying English at the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) at TAFE took the t
Refugees enjoy hospital tour
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 10 hours ago
studying English at the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) at TAFE took the tour run by the Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District multicultural health service in partnership with Wollongong Hospital, as part of Refugee Health Month. ISLHD... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Distressed Barrow mum told of six month wait to access expert help for daughter"We're worried, frustrated but also so sad for her. "We've managed her symptom
Distressed Barrow mum told of six month wait to access expert help for daughter
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 10 hours ago
"We're worried, frustrated but also so sad for her. "We've managed her symptoms so far by sticking to routine and working family life around her but we're now at crisis point. "She sits under a blanket to shut the world out, she's scratching her... Read more
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The Chicago Maroon
Uncommon Interview: Outgoing SG President Tyler Kissingeror until we worked on reformulating our stipends proposal into what evolved int
Uncommon Interview: Outgoing SG President Tyler Kissinger
The Chicago Maroon / Posted 11 hours ago
or until we worked on reformulating our stipends proposal into what evolved into SLRA [Student Leadership Recognition and Access Program]. I think that was very much a learning year, both for myself and for Arlin [Hill] and Aseal [Tineh]. They... Read more
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WAFB Baton Rouge
Medicaid expansion may benefit many in service industryeven go to see a doctor because I can't afford it," said Moore. He works at a
Medicaid expansion may benefit many in service industry
WAFB Baton Rouge / Posted 12 hours ago
even go to see a doctor because I can't afford it," said Moore. He works at a New Orleans restaurant and does not receive health coverage as part of his employment. Starting June 1, enrollment kicks off for Louisiana's new expanded Medicaid... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
How child sexual abuse became a family business in the Philippinesthe middle-aged woman. Authorities considered that operation in 2011 to be a o
How child sexual abuse became a family business in the Philippines
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 13 hours ago
the middle-aged woman. Authorities considered that operation in 2011 to be a one-off case. But the next month, another family was caught in the same area. Then more cases of live-streaming child abuse appeared in different parts of the... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
Medicaid expansion may benefit many in service industryeven go to see a doctor because I can't afford it," said Moore. He works at a
Medicaid expansion may benefit many in service industry
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 13 hours ago
even go to see a doctor because I can't afford it," said Moore. He works at a New Orleans restaurant and does not receive health coverage as part of his employment. Starting June 1, enrollment kicks off for Louisiana's new expanded Medicaid... Read more
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KSLA-TV Shreveport
Medicaid expansion may benefit many in service industryeven go to see a doctor because I can't afford it," said Moore. He works at a
Medicaid expansion may benefit many in service industry
KSLA-TV Shreveport / Posted 14 hours ago
even go to see a doctor because I can't afford it," said Moore. He works at a New Orleans restaurant and does not receive health coverage as part of his employment. Starting June 1, enrollment kicks off for Louisiana's new expanded Medicaid... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
Medicaid expansion may benefit many in service industryeven go to see a doctor because I can't afford it," said Moore. He works at a
Medicaid expansion may benefit many in service industry
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted 14 hours ago
even go to see a doctor because I can't afford it," said Moore. He works at a New Orleans restaurant and does not receive health coverage as part of his employment. Starting June 1, enrollment kicks off for Louisiana's new expanded Medicaid... Read more
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Daily Princetonian
Beth Cobert '80, Acting Director of the Office of Personal ManagementOver the course of my time at McKinsey, I worked in a variety of areas. There w
Beth Cobert '80, Acting Director of the Office of Personal Management
Daily Princetonian / Posted 14 hours ago
Over the course of my time at McKinsey, I worked in a variety of areas. There was a lot of focus on retail financial services, such as financial services for individuals, and a lot of work around marketing, and a lot of work around economic... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Migrant smuggling is a $6-billion business and it’s getting worseas those desperate to get to Europe. Smugglers are no strangers to criminal ac
Migrant smuggling is a $6-billion business and it’s getting worse
The Globe and Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
as those desperate to get to Europe. Smugglers are no strangers to criminal activity – and the increasing demand for their services is drawing those already involved with other areas of crime, including drug trafficking, property crime and document... Read more
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WA Today
WA kids on more than 50 homicide related charges since 2010for youth programs Michael Sheehan said the increasing availability of alcohol
WA kids on more than 50 homicide related charges since 2010
WA Today / Posted 19 hours ago
for youth programs Michael Sheehan said the increasing availability of alcohol to youths, coupled with changes to the family structure, were fuelling youth violence. "Changing family structures, parents working longer hours – it means... Read more
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iTWire
SME’s to get ATP level security appliancesa step ahead of today’s cybersecurity challenges. The 770 and 790 extend the ca
SME’s to get ATP level security appliances
iTWire / Posted 19 hours ago
a step ahead of today’s cybersecurity challenges. The 770 and 790 extend the capabilities of our 700 Series appliance family, providing the advanced protection necessary to protect small business customer networks from threats and unnecessary... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
'Suck it up': Mental health stigma entrenched in Victoria Police, review findsMental health stigma is entrenched within Victoria Police, permeated by a "suck
'Suck it up': Mental health stigma entrenched in Victoria Police, review finds
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 19 hours ago
Mental health stigma is entrenched within Victoria Police, permeated by a "suck it up" culture from its own leaders, a damning review has found in the wake of police suicides. Victoria Police's "suck it up" culture has created a widespread mental... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
'Suck it up': Mental health stigma entrenched in Victoria Police, review findsMental health stigma is entrenched within Victoria Police, permeated by a "suck
'Suck it up': Mental health stigma entrenched in Victoria Police, review finds
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 20 hours ago
Mental health stigma is entrenched within Victoria Police, permeated by a "suck it up" culture from its own leaders, a damning review has found in the wake of police suicides. Victoria Police's "suck it up" culture has created a widespread mental... Read more
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The Young Witness
'Suck it up': Mental health stigma entrenched in Victoria Police, review findsMental health stigma is entrenched within Victoria Police, permeated by a "suck
'Suck it up': Mental health stigma entrenched in Victoria Police, review finds
The Young Witness / Posted 20 hours ago
Mental health stigma is entrenched within Victoria Police, permeated by a "suck it up" culture from its own leaders, a damning review has found in the wake of police suicides. Victoria Police's "suck it up" culture has created a widespread mental... Read more
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Western Advocate
'Suck it up': Mental health stigma entrenched in Victoria Police, review findsMental health stigma is entrenched within Victoria Police, permeated by a "suck
'Suck it up': Mental health stigma entrenched in Victoria Police, review finds
Western Advocate / Posted 20 hours ago
Mental health stigma is entrenched within Victoria Police, permeated by a "suck it up" culture from its own leaders, a damning review has found in the wake of police suicides. Victoria Police's "suck it up" culture has created a widespread mental... Read more
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Daily Liberal
'Suck it up': Mental health stigma entrenched in Victoria Police, review findsMental health stigma is entrenched within Victoria Police, permeated by a "suck
'Suck it up': Mental health stigma entrenched in Victoria Police, review finds
Daily Liberal / Posted 20 hours ago
Mental health stigma is entrenched within Victoria Police, permeated by a "suck it up" culture from its own leaders, a damning review has found in the wake of police suicides. Victoria Police's "suck it up" culture has created a widespread mental... Read more
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The News & Observer
TARP laws stand in way of reproductive progresssubjected doctors there to a felony charge for performing an abortion is a dist
TARP laws stand in way of reproductive progress
The News & Observer / Posted 20 hours ago
subjected doctors there to a felony charge for performing an abortion is a disturbing reminder that the attack on abortion access and reproductive justice remains relentless. Even a small swing in the composition of the U.S. Supreme Court could... Read more
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The Age
'Suck it up': Mental health stigma entrenched in Victoria Police, review findsChief Commissioner Graham Ashton has committed to implementing the recommendati
'Suck it up': Mental health stigma entrenched in Victoria Police, review finds
The Age / Posted 21 hours ago
Chief Commissioner Graham Ashton has committed to implementing the recommendations of a damning report on police mental health. Photo: Justin McManus Victoria Police's "suck it up" culture has created a widespread mental health crisis within... Read more
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New Kerala
Here, a road is still a distant dream - newkerala.com #70152Communication Network feels that it is a tale of the region, a terrain that is
Here, a road is still a distant dream - newkerala.com #70152
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
Communication Network feels that it is a tale of the region, a terrain that is windswept, remote and difficult to access not only by visitors, but even for the locals. In order for pregnant women and their families to access reproductive... Read more
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WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth
When the Camera Speaksdone by civilians like Mathew Brady and his staff of cameramen. President Linco
When the Camera Speaks
WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth / Posted yesterday
done by civilians like Mathew Brady and his staff of cameramen. President Lincoln himself penciled Brady a note giving him access to military areas. But Lincoln told Brady that he would have to pay his own way, without Government funding. Brady,... Read more
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The Courier
'Suck it up': Mental health stigma entrenched in Victoria Police, review findsMental health stigma is entrenched within Victoria Police, permeated by a "suck
'Suck it up': Mental health stigma entrenched in Victoria Police, review finds
The Courier / Posted yesterday
Mental health stigma is entrenched within Victoria Police, permeated by a "suck it up" culture from its own leaders, a damning review has found in the wake of police suicides. Victoria Police's "suck it up" culture has created a widespread mental... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Don't Be Deceived - Uganda Has No Peaceat ensuring the maximum social and cultural wellbeing of the people ; and all
Don't Be Deceived - Uganda Has No Peace
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
at ensuring the maximum social and cultural wellbeing of the people ; and all Ugandans enjoy rights opportunities and access to quality education, good and efficient health services, clean and safe water, work, descent shelter, adequate... Read more
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The Border Mail
'Suck it up': Mental health stigma entrenched in Victoria Police, review findsMental health stigma is entrenched within Victoria Police, permeated by a "suck
'Suck it up': Mental health stigma entrenched in Victoria Police, review finds
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
Mental health stigma is entrenched within Victoria Police, permeated by a "suck it up" culture from its own leaders, a damning review has found in the wake of police suicides. Victoria Police's "suck it up" culture has created a widespread mental... Read more
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