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KPLC Lake Charles
Transgender's classification as 'mental disorder' is outdated(HealthDay News) -- Being transgender is currently classified as a mental healt
Transgender's classification as 'mental disorder' is outdated
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 3 minutes ago
(HealthDay News) -- Being transgender is currently classified as a mental health disorder in the World Health Organization International Classification of Diseases (ICD), but a new study suggests that should change. And, such a change wouldn't be... Read more
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The New Yorker
Bill Clinton’s Quest to Save the Worldterm he invited Carter to the White House to talk about Carter’s post-President
Bill Clinton’s Quest to Save the World
The New Yorker / Posted 11 hours ago
term he invited Carter to the White House to talk about Carter’s post-Presidential re-invention as an activist in global health, human rights, and freelance diplomacy. Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, and Carter are the only American... Read more
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TribLIVE
National Night Out returns to Pleasant HillsPleasant Hills National Night Out will return Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. for its
National Night Out returns to Pleasant Hills
TribLIVE / Posted 6 days ago
Pleasant Hills National Night Out will return Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. for its 22nd year with police, fire, emergency services, local leaders and area businesses parading through the streets. National Night Out is an annual community-building... Read more
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York Daily Record
Lenny Moore: Penn State helped make him a trailblazerBamberg, S.C., during the Great Depression to find more profitable work and a b
Lenny Moore: Penn State helped make him a trailblazer
York Daily Record / Posted 7 days ago
Bamberg, S.C., during the Great Depression to find more profitable work and a better life, settling in Reading, while other family members anchored in York. His mother, father, two uncles and paternal grandmother are buried in North York’s Lebanon... Read more
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Tucson Weekly
Zone Politics: Matt Heinz, Victoria Steele and Steve Christy Talk About Their 2016 CampaignsI was a television news anchor and reporter for about 25 years. And I was also
Zone Politics: Matt Heinz, Victoria Steele and Steve Christy Talk About Their 2016 Campaigns
Tucson Weekly / Posted 11 days ago
I was a television news anchor and reporter for about 25 years. And I was also a master civil counselor. A mental health counselor. I specialized in domestic violence and substance abuse and relationships. So, once I was in the... Read more
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Langley Times
Syrians gather to say thanks to Langley communityyouth and children, have now been connected with their new home in Langley. Th
Syrians gather to say thanks to Langley community
Langley Times / Posted 14 days ago
youth and children, have now been connected with their new home in Langley. Through the efforts of the Langley Community Services Society (LCSS) and their community partners, the immigrants are receiving ongoing support with their relocation and... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Syrian family settles infor two years as he moved from house to house, trying to avoid his obligatory m
Syrian family settles in
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 16 days ago
for two years as he moved from house to house, trying to avoid his obligatory military service. Army officials came to the family’s apartment several times looking for him. The last time they visited, they gave his parents written notice that he... Read more
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The News-Times
Syrian family settles infor two years as he moved from house to house, trying to avoid his obligatory m
Syrian family settles in
The News-Times / Posted 16 days ago
for two years as he moved from house to house, trying to avoid his obligatory military service. Army officials came to the family’s apartment several times looking for him. The last time they visited, they gave his parents written notice that he... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Syrian family settles infor two years as he moved from house to house, trying to avoid his obligatory m
Syrian family settles in
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 16 days ago
for two years as he moved from house to house, trying to avoid his obligatory military service. Army officials came to the family’s apartment several times looking for him. The last time they visited, they gave his parents written notice that he... Read more
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York Daily Record
Moving Up for July 10, 2016Dustin T. O'Brien of the financial services firm Edward Jones recently won the
Moving Up for July 10, 2016
York Daily Record / Posted 17 days ago
Dustin T. O'Brien of the financial services firm Edward Jones recently won the firm's coveted Ted Jones Prospecting Award, which recognizes financial advisors who achieve high levels of success early in their careers. O'Brien was one of only 958 of... Read more
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Quartz
The small Canadian county that banded together to open their homes to Syrian refugeesand Hama in northwest Syria, a farming region that was among the first to see h
The small Canadian county that banded together to open their homes to Syrian refugees
Quartz / Posted 18 days ago
and Hama in northwest Syria, a farming region that was among the first to see heavy shelling in the Syrian conflict. His family escaped to Lebanon in 2011. There they lived with extended family in impossibly crowded quarters. At one point, about... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Welcome to the country: Refugees are helping a prairie town growwho has lent out the half-acre field in question. Defending the Syrians is Ahla
Welcome to the country: Refugees are helping a prairie town grow
The Globe and Mail / Posted 18 days ago
who has lent out the half-acre field in question. Defending the Syrians is Ahlam Dib, who arrived in Canada with her family this winter, Middle Eastern refugees transplanted to the farming town of Altona, population 4,100, about 115... Read more
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Pembroke Daily Observer
Col. O'Neil ends whirlwind tour at 2 Field Ambsurgeons, nurses, clinicians and medics under his command for professionally tr
Col. O'Neil ends whirlwind tour at 2 Field Amb
Pembroke Daily Observer / Posted 20 days ago
surgeons, nurses, clinicians and medics under his command for professionally treating patients and providing outstanding health services from Petawawa to Nepal to Sierra Leone. On a day usually reserved to mark the significant milestone of... Read more
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York Daily Record
Moving Up for July 3, 2016VROCP is a member agency of UniqueSource, which works across the Commonwealth t
Moving Up for July 3, 2016
York Daily Record / Posted 24 days ago
VROCP is a member agency of UniqueSource, which works across the Commonwealth to identify, market and deliver products and services that create employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities. Each year, UniqueSource recognizes... Read more
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The Border Mail
Children with deadly genetic condition HT-1 get fully subsidised treatmenta yellow tinge to the skin and eyes – and a distinctive cabbage-like odour to t
Children with deadly genetic condition HT-1 get fully subsidised treatment
The Border Mail / Posted 24 days ago
a yellow tinge to the skin and eyes – and a distinctive cabbage-like odour to the skin and urine. A handful for paediatric services in public hospitals have been footing the bill for the drug since it was approved by the Therapeutic Goods... Read more
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The Courier
Children with deadly genetic condition HT-1 get fully subsidised treatmenta yellow tinge to the skin and eyes – and a distinctive cabbage-like odour to t
Children with deadly genetic condition HT-1 get fully subsidised treatment
The Courier / Posted 24 days ago
a yellow tinge to the skin and eyes – and a distinctive cabbage-like odour to the skin and urine. A handful for paediatric services in public hospitals have been footing the bill for the drug since it was approved by the Therapeutic Goods... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Children with deadly genetic condition HT-1 get fully subsidised treatmenta yellow tinge to the skin and eyes – and a distinctive cabbage-like odour to t
Children with deadly genetic condition HT-1 get fully subsidised treatment
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 24 days ago
a yellow tinge to the skin and eyes – and a distinctive cabbage-like odour to the skin and urine. A handful for paediatric services in public hospitals have been footing the bill for the drug since it was approved by the Therapeutic Goods... Read more
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The Young Witness
Children with deadly genetic condition HT-1 get fully subsidised treatmenta yellow tinge to the skin and eyes – and a distinctive cabbage-like odour to t
Children with deadly genetic condition HT-1 get fully subsidised treatment
The Young Witness / Posted 24 days ago
a yellow tinge to the skin and eyes – and a distinctive cabbage-like odour to the skin and urine. A handful for paediatric services in public hospitals have been footing the bill for the drug since it was approved by the Therapeutic Goods... Read more
9 related stories
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Western Advocate
Children with deadly genetic condition HT-1 get fully subsidised treatmenta yellow tinge to the skin and eyes – and a distinctive cabbage-like odour to t
Children with deadly genetic condition HT-1 get fully subsidised treatment
Western Advocate / Posted 24 days ago
a yellow tinge to the skin and eyes – and a distinctive cabbage-like odour to the skin and urine. A handful for paediatric services in public hospitals have been footing the bill for the drug since it was approved by the Therapeutic Goods... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Children with deadly genetic condition HT-1 get fully subsidised treatmenta yellow tinge to the skin and eyes – and a distinctive cabbage-like odour to t
Children with deadly genetic condition HT-1 get fully subsidised treatment
Kiama Independent / Posted 24 days ago
a yellow tinge to the skin and eyes – and a distinctive cabbage-like odour to the skin and urine. A handful for paediatric services in public hospitals have been footing the bill for the drug since it was approved by the Therapeutic Goods... Read more
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Manning River Times
Children with deadly genetic condition HT-1 get fully subsidised treatmenta yellow tinge to the skin and eyes – and a distinctive cabbage-like odour to t
Children with deadly genetic condition HT-1 get fully subsidised treatment
Manning River Times / Posted 24 days ago
a yellow tinge to the skin and eyes – and a distinctive cabbage-like odour to the skin and urine. A handful for paediatric services in public hospitals have been footing the bill for the drug since it was approved by the Therapeutic Goods... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Children with deadly genetic condition HT-1 get fully subsidised treatmenta yellow tinge to the skin and eyes – and a distinctive cabbage-like odour to t
Children with deadly genetic condition HT-1 get fully subsidised treatment
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 24 days ago
a yellow tinge to the skin and eyes – and a distinctive cabbage-like odour to the skin and urine. A handful for paediatric services in public hospitals have been footing the bill for the drug since it was approved by the Therapeutic Goods... Read more
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The North West Star
Children with deadly genetic condition HT-1 get fully subsidised treatmenta yellow tinge to the skin and eyes – and a distinctive cabbage-like odour to t
Children with deadly genetic condition HT-1 get fully subsidised treatment
The North West Star / Posted 25 days ago
a yellow tinge to the skin and eyes – and a distinctive cabbage-like odour to the skin and urine. A handful for paediatric services in public hospitals have been footing the bill for the drug since it was approved by the Therapeutic Goods... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Children with deadly genetic condition HT-1 get fully subsidised treatmenta yellow tinge to the skin and eyes – and a distinctive cabbage-like odour to t
Children with deadly genetic condition HT-1 get fully subsidised treatment
Daily Liberal / Posted 25 days ago
a yellow tinge to the skin and eyes – and a distinctive cabbage-like odour to the skin and urine. A handful for paediatric services in public hospitals have been footing the bill for the drug since it was approved by the Therapeutic Goods... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Finding a home, away from home: Refugees, sponsors and what it means to be Canadianof her father, to prevent her being kidnapped, when ISIS moved into Aleppo; a t
Finding a home, away from home: Refugees, sponsors and what it means to be Canadian
The Globe and Mail / Posted 26 days ago
of her father, to prevent her being kidnapped, when ISIS moved into Aleppo; a tiny embroidered bag of Syrian soil; the family’s few clothes; their Single Journey to Canada documents, and their Syrian identity cards; five cartons of Turkish... Read more
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York Daily Record
Bynes: Connecting a caring York Co. communitycitizens. On June 27, York County philanthropist and businessman Louis J. Appe
Bynes: Connecting a caring York Co. community
York Daily Record / Posted 26 days ago
citizens. On June 27, York County philanthropist and businessman Louis J. Appell Jr. died at his home. Mr. Appell and his family exemplified an immeasurable will to do good for York County through their generous support and guidance to many... Read more
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New America Media
Creating The Right Settings for Arab American Seniorsstepped up to help, and a new attitude towards caring for seniors is also emerg
Creating The Right Settings for Arab American Seniors
New America Media / Posted 27 days ago
stepped up to help, and a new attitude towards caring for seniors is also emerging. In Arabic culture, elders consider the family as their foundation of support. From the adult children’s perspective, it’s both an honor and a responsibility to care... Read more

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