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Daily Mail
Boys and girls with autism display different symptomsSymptoms of autism differ between boys and girls because 'their brains have dif
Boys and girls with autism display different symptoms
Daily Mail / Posted an hour ago
Symptoms of autism differ between boys and girls because 'their brains have different structures' Scientists found girls and boys with autism display different symptoms Girls display less repetitive and restricted behaviour than boys Experts... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Inhibiting key protein involved in glucose production may help in treating type 2 diabetesSome treatments for type 2 diabetes make the body more sensitive to insulin, th
Inhibiting key protein involved in glucose production may help in treating type 2 diabetes
News-Medical-Net / Posted an hour ago
Some treatments for type 2 diabetes make the body more sensitive to insulin, the hormone that lowers blood sugar. But new research at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis suggests a different strategy: slowing the production of... Read more
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Medical News Today
New type 2 diabetes drug may target glucose production in liverInstead of trying to make the body more sensitive to insulin, is it possible to
New type 2 diabetes drug may target glucose production in liver
Medical News Today / Posted an hour ago
Instead of trying to make the body more sensitive to insulin, is it possible to treat type 2 diabetes by slowing the production of glucose in the liver? The researchers suggest a drug that shuts down a protein that controls glucose production in the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Free e-book provides advice for lowering breast cancer risk at every stage of lifeSurprisingly, preventing breast cancer can begin as early as age 2. Eating righ
Free e-book provides advice for lowering breast cancer risk at every stage of life
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 hours ago
Surprisingly, preventing breast cancer can begin as early as age 2. Eating right, being physically active and keeping weight in check - even at a young age - can substantially lower breast cancer risk. But even if healthy behaviors don't begin until... Read more
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The Advocate
It Doesn't Matter How Many Times Kim Davis Was WedI woke up Wednesday to learn that Rowan County, Ky., Clerk Kim Davis had — unsu
It Doesn't Matter How Many Times Kim Davis Was Wed
The Advocate / Posted 2 hours ago
I woke up Wednesday to learn that Rowan County, Ky., Clerk Kim Davis had — unsurprisingly — not changed her mind about discriminating against same-sex couples, choosing instead to violate her vow to uphold the U.S. Constitution by denying them... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Independent Review Says Texas Health Presbyterian Was Not Prepared For EbolaA year ago this month, the first patient diagnosed with Ebola on U.S. soil ente
Independent Review Says Texas Health Presbyterian Was Not Prepared For Ebola
KERA North Texas / Posted 6 hours ago
A year ago this month, the first patient diagnosed with Ebola on U.S. soil entered Texas Health Presbyterian in Dallas. On Friday, the hospital is releasing findings from an independent panel that reviewed what happened and what went wrong. Last... Read more
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New Kerala
New strategy to treat diabetes found promising Offering a promising strategy to treat people with Type-2 diabetes, researche
New strategy to treat diabetes found promising
New Kerala / Posted 6 hours ago
Offering a promising strategy to treat people with Type-2 diabetes, researchers have found that shutting down a liver protein could reduce glucose production in the liver and lower blood sugar... Read more
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Black Press USA
The Unlikely Cities That Will Power the U.S. Economy (AP Photo) (Bloomberg) – A decade ago, Richard Myers was the director of the
The Unlikely Cities That Will Power the U.S. Economy
Black Press USA / Posted 8 hours ago
(AP Photo) (Bloomberg) – A decade ago, Richard Myers was the director of the Department of Genetics at the Stanford University School of Medicine, where he enjoyed the fruits of a rich endowment... Read more
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The Oklahoman
Children with mild mental health issues are often overlookedJ.D. emerged from his parent's divorce in 2013 a different kid. He'd always bee
Children with mild mental health issues are often overlooked
The Oklahoman / Posted 8 hours ago
J.D. emerged from his parent's divorce in 2013 a different kid. He'd always been serious, but now he was moody and falling behind in school. "His English teacher described him as a dark cloud of doom," said his mom, Marty Hoffmeister, who asked to... Read more
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Kane County Chronicle
Boles to be next Kane County chief judgeBoles said she still is adjusting to the news. “I have to say I’m absolutely t
Boles to be next Kane County chief judge
Kane County Chronicle / Posted 8 hours ago
Boles said she still is adjusting to the news. “I have to say I’m absolutely thrilled and totally honored, both to be taking on responsibilities and by the vote of confidence from my colleagues and people I work with every day and respect,” Boles... Read more
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St. Charles Republican
Boles to be next Kane County chief judgeBoles said she still is adjusting to the news. “I have to say I’m absolutely t
Boles to be next Kane County chief judge
St. Charles Republican / Posted 8 hours ago
Boles said she still is adjusting to the news. “I have to say I’m absolutely thrilled and totally honored, both to be taking on responsibilities and by the vote of confidence from my colleagues and people I work with every day and respect,” Boles... Read more
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New Kerala
New `blood sugar-lowering` approach can be beneficial for diabetics A team of researchers has come up with a new approach to help lower blood sug
New `blood sugar-lowering` approach can be beneficial for diabetics
New Kerala / Posted 8 hours ago
A team of researchers has come up with a new approach to help lower blood sugar levels in diabetics. Some treatments for type 2 diabetes make the body more sensitive to insulin,... Read more
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Garden City News
Garden City welcomes new teachersOne of the highlights of New Teacher Orientation is a bus tour of Garden City l
Garden City welcomes new teachers
Garden City News / Posted 11 hours ago
One of the highlights of New Teacher Orientation is a bus tour of Garden City led by community programs coordinator, Mr. Doug Sheer (far left). Doug is pictured here with (left to right) Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction Dr. Ted... Read more
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Business Wire
Hyundai Hope on Wheels Awards $250,000 Grant to Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation for Leukemia ResearchDETROIT--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation (CHMF) has
Hyundai Hope on Wheels Awards $250,000 Grant to Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation for Leukemia Research
Business Wire / Posted 14 hours ago
DETROIT--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation (CHMF) has received a $250,000 Hyundai Scholar Hope Grant for pediatric cancer research. The grant funds will support the work of Jeffrey Taub, MD, Chief, Pediatric Oncology, DMC... Read more
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NBC Connecticut
UConn Women's Hockey Team Accused of HazingMembers of the University of Connecticut women's hockey team have been accused
UConn Women's Hockey Team Accused of Hazing
NBC Connecticut / Posted 14 hours ago
Members of the University of Connecticut women's hockey team have been accused of hazing teammates during a "Rookie Night" event last fall. University officials said they received a hazing complaint last spring and began investigating. The UConn... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Probiotics don't keep bad bugs at bay in critically ill(HealthDay News) -- Probiotics don't protect the intestines of critically ill p
Probiotics don't keep bad bugs at bay in critically ill
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 15 hours ago
(HealthDay News) -- Probiotics don't protect the intestines of critically ill patients against antibiotic-resistant bacteria, a new study indicates. "Probiotic use is an intriguing topic," lead author Dr. Jennie Kwon, a clinical researcher in... Read more
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CNN
Should Kim Davis have been jailed over gay marriage?Laura Coates is a former Assistant United States Attorney for the District of C
Should Kim Davis have been jailed over gay marriage?
CNN / Posted 16 hours ago
Laura Coates is a former Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Columbia and trial attorney in the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice. She is a legal commentator and Lecturer of Law at the George Washington University... Read more
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MedCity News
emocha expands medication adherence selfies across South Africa for multi-drug resistant TBemocha Mobile Health, a digital health startup that’s using telemedicine as a w
emocha expands medication adherence selfies across South Africa for multi-drug resistant TB
MedCity News / Posted 16 hours ago
emocha Mobile Health, a digital health startup that’s using telemedicine as a way to confirm medication adherence, has won the support of the South Africa department of health to expand adopt its technology to improve treatment for patients with... Read more
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CBS Denver
Street Racer Gets 12 Years In Prison For Killing Regis University StudentDENVER (CBS4) – A judge on Thursday sentenced a man to 12 years in prison for c
Street Racer Gets 12 Years In Prison For Killing Regis University Student
CBS Denver / Posted 16 hours ago
DENVER (CBS4) – A judge on Thursday sentenced a man to 12 years in prison for causing a crash that killed a Regis University student. David Felan pleaded guilty to vehicular assault for driving more than 100 miles per hour on Federal Boulevard and... Read more
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NJ Biz
HHS unveils potential civil rights protection language for ObamacareEnding discrimination against gender identity is a hot topic nationwide, and th
HHS unveils potential civil rights protection language for Obamacare
NJ Biz / Posted 20 hours ago
Ending discrimination against gender identity is a hot topic nationwide, and the health care industry is not exempt. A proposal to add new civil rights protection language to the Affordable Care Act was announced today by the U.S. Department of... Read more
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West Side Leader & South Side News Leader
West Side ScoreboardBy Staff Writer Editor’s note: When a school is in bold, the school is the win
West Side Scoreboard
West Side Leader & South Side News Leader / Posted 20 hours ago
By Staff Writer Editor’s note: When a school is in bold, the school is the winner. The following may not reflect all events played within the last week because some scores were not obtained by presstime. BOYS CROSS COUNTRY Aug. 29 Billy Goat... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
Children with mild mental health issues are often overlookedJ.D. emerged from his parent's divorce in 2013 a different kid. He'd always bee
Children with mild mental health issues are often overlooked
Great Bend Tribune / Posted 20 hours ago
J.D. emerged from his parent's divorce in 2013 a different kid. He'd always been serious, but now he was moody and falling behind in school. "His English teacher described him as a dark cloud of doom," said his mom, Marty Hoffmeister, who asked to... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Timothy Edwards Appointed As South Windsor Police ChiefSOUTH WINDSOR — Former Deputy Police Chief Timothy Edwards has officially been
Timothy Edwards Appointed As South Windsor Police Chief
Hartford Courant / Posted 21 hours ago
SOUTH WINDSOR — Former Deputy Police Chief Timothy Edwards has officially been appointed as South Windsor's newest police chief, the department announced Thursday. Edwards was appointed on an interim basis by Town Manager Matthew Galligan in July... Read more
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Deseret News
Children with mild mental health issues are often overlookedJ.D. emerged from his parent's divorce in 2013 a different kid. He'd always bee
Children with mild mental health issues are often overlooked
Deseret News / Posted 23 hours ago
J.D. emerged from his parent's divorce in 2013 a different kid. He'd always been serious, but now he was moody and falling behind in school. "His English teacher described him as a dark cloud of doom," said his mom, Marty Hoffmeister, who asked to... Read more
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FOX News
Review examines risks, responses to in-flight medical emergenciesAn airplane in flight is one of the worst places to have a medical emergency, e
Review examines risks, responses to in-flight medical emergencies
FOX News / Posted yesterday
An airplane in flight is one of the worst places to have a medical emergency, even if there's a doctor on board. Medical supplies and drugs are limited. There's often little space for a physician to work or for anyone to render first aid. Critical... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Research findings may help explain why drug treatments for addiction, depression are not always effectiveNew research may help explain why drug treatments for addiction and depression
Research findings may help explain why drug treatments for addiction, depression are not always effective
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
New research may help explain why drug treatments for addiction and depression don't work for some patients. The conditions are linked to reward and aversion responses in the brain. Working in mice, researchers at Washington University School of... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
TMIGD1 protein could be a novel target for restoring kidney function from kidney diseaseA new discovery by Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) researchers may
TMIGD1 protein could be a novel target for restoring kidney function from kidney disease
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
A new discovery by Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) researchers may change how kidney disease is treated in the future. The previously unknown protein transmembrane and immunoglobulin containing 1 (TMIGD1) involved in protecting kidney... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Inhalation exposure to PM2.5 pollution triggers liver fibrosisA research team led by Kezhong Zhang, Ph.D., at the Wayne State University Scho
Inhalation exposure to PM2.5 pollution triggers liver fibrosis
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
A research team led by Kezhong Zhang, Ph.D., at the Wayne State University School of Medicine's Center for Molecular Medicine and Genetics, has discovered that exposure to air pollution has a direct adverse health effect on the liver and causes liver... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Westport
Daily Voice Leaders: Michael Ross, Westport Country PlayhouseWESTPORT, Conn. -- Taking in a show at the Westport Country Playhouse is a lot
Daily Voice Leaders: Michael Ross, Westport Country Playhouse
The Daily Voice - Westport / Posted yesterday
WESTPORT, Conn. -- Taking in a show at the Westport Country Playhouse is a lot more than just local theater; its an experience from the moment you pull in the driveway. "It's a gorgeous place to come to, especially in the summer months. They come... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study reveals presence of new genetic mutation in melanoma cancer cellsThere is strong evidence that the protein complex APC/C may function as a tumor
Study reveals presence of new genetic mutation in melanoma cancer cells
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
There is strong evidence that the protein complex APC/C may function as a tumor suppressor in multiple cancers including lymphoma, colorectal and breast cancer, and now melanoma. A new study has revealed that a genetic mutation leading to repression... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
NxThera obtains FDA clearance for Rezūm System to treat BPHNxThera, Inc., a medical device company pioneering the application of its Conve
NxThera obtains FDA clearance for Rezūm System to treat BPH
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
NxThera, Inc., a medical device company pioneering the application of its Convective Water Vapor Energy (WAVE™) platform technology to treat endourological conditions, is pleased to announce it has received FDA 510(k) clearance of the company's... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers develop new method that can target drug delivery to the lungResearchers from Columbia Engineering and Columbia University Medical Center (C
Researchers develop new method that can target drug delivery to the lung
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
Researchers from Columbia Engineering and Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) have developed a new method that can target delivery of very small volumes of drugs into the lung. Their approach, in which micro-liters of liquid containing a drug... Read more
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Washington Post
Study: Needle-exchange program leads to big drop in D.C. HIV infectionsThe average monthly rate of new HIV infections among drug users in the nation’s
Study: Needle-exchange program leads to big drop in D.C. HIV infections
Washington Post / Posted yesterday
The average monthly rate of new HIV infections among drug users in the nation’s capital dropped by about 70 percent after the District implemented a needle exchange program in 2008, according to a study that was released Thursday. On average, new... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Student detained on terrorism suspicion: Trini held in Saudi prisonRelatives of a 30-year-old student being detained in Saudi Arabia under suspici
Student detained on terrorism suspicion: Trini held in Saudi prison
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted yesterday
Relatives of a 30-year-old student being detained in Saudi Arabia under suspicion of being a terrorist are calling on the Foreign Affairs Ministry for urgent assistance in securing his release. Tariq Shamoon Mohammed, a final year student at the... Read more
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Mashable
The damning Roger Goodell scene cut from NFL drama 'Concussion'Image: Andrew A. Nelles/Associated Press LOS ANGELES — This wasn't going to lo
The damning Roger Goodell scene cut from NFL drama 'Concussion'
Mashable / Posted yesterday
Image: Andrew A. Nelles/Associated Press LOS ANGELES — This wasn't going to look good for the NFL or commissioner Roger Goodell. In a scene from the script of Concussion — the Sony Pictures drama starring Will Smith as the doctor who discovered... Read more
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WA Today
Put a price on every Perth tree: Bayswater councillor Chris CornishChris Cornish is campaigning to stop mass tree-felling as a routine part of dev
Put a price on every Perth tree: Bayswater councillor Chris Cornish
WA Today / Posted yesterday
Chris Cornish is campaigning to stop mass tree-felling as a routine part of development. Photo: Emma Young A Bayswater councillor wants laws giving each Perth tree developers propose to fell a dollar value in a bid to combat dangerous overheating in... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Hogan appoints two business executives to port commissionGov. Larry Hogan has appointed two business executives as the newest members of
Hogan appoints two business executives to port commission
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
Gov. Larry Hogan has appointed two business executives as the newest members of the Maryland Port Commission, which is charged with keeping Baltimore's port competitive within international maritime trade, officials said Wednesday. Brenda Dandy and... Read more
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ABC 6 Providence
Med schools to improve training on pain prescriptionsBOSTON (AP) - Four medical schools in Massachusetts are teaming up to improve t
Med schools to improve training on pain prescriptions
ABC 6 Providence / Posted yesterday
BOSTON (AP) - Four medical schools in Massachusetts are teaming up to improve training for doctors in pain management and curb the over-prescription of opioid medications. Gov. Charlie Baker discussed the effort on Wednesday with the deans of... Read more
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FOX 25 Boston
Med schools to improve training on pain prescriptionsBOSTON (AP) - Four medical schools in Massachusetts are teaming up to improve t
Med schools to improve training on pain prescriptions
FOX 25 Boston / Posted yesterday
BOSTON (AP) - Four medical schools in Massachusetts are teaming up to improve training for doctors in pain management and curb the over-prescription of opioid medications. Gov. Charlie Baker discussed the effort on Wednesday with the deans of... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Defective gene helps predict severity of post traumatic stress disorderA new study is opening up avenues to detect more symptoms of post-traumatic str
Defective gene helps predict severity of post traumatic stress disorder
Bel Marra Health / Posted yesterday
A new study is opening up avenues to detect more symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in patients. It is a pioneering study in understanding the role of the spindle and kinetochore-associated complex subunit 2 (SKA2) gene in the... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Review examines risks, responses to in-flight medical emergencies(Reuters Health) - An airplane in flight is one of the worst places to have a m
Review examines risks, responses to in-flight medical emergencies
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
(Reuters Health) - An airplane in flight is one of the worst places to have a medical emergency, even if there's a doctor on board. Medical supplies and drugs are limited. There's often little space for a physician to work or for anyone to render... Read more
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The News-Times
Another million for Danbury Hospital endowmentDANBURY—For the second time in a little more than a week, the Western Connectic
Another million for Danbury Hospital endowment
The News-Times / Posted yesterday
DANBURY—For the second time in a little more than a week, the Western Connecticut Health Network has received a $1 million gift to establish an endowed chair. The most recent donation will create the Abraham and Mildred Goldstein Endowed Fund for... Read more
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Daily Mail
Fiorina says affirmative action didn't win her a place in CNN's debateNo affirmative action for Carly! Fiorina says she 'earned' her place on CNN's d
Fiorina says affirmative action didn't win her a place in CNN's debate
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
No affirmative action for Carly! Fiorina says she 'earned' her place on CNN's debate stage as rule change will help only her Surging GOP candidate says the rules were not bent because she's a woman Tells radio host Laura Ingraham she 'earned' her... Read more
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Newswise
Reward, Aversion Behaviors Activated Through Same Brain Pathways Findings may help explain why drugs for addiction, depression are not always e
Reward, Aversion Behaviors Activated Through Same Brain Pathways
Newswise / Posted yesterday
Findings may help explain why drugs for addiction, depression are not always effective Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsNeuron, Sept. 2, 2015 Newswise — New research may... Read more
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Business Wire
Trial of Telomerase Inhibitors Points to Lasting Treatments for Myeloproliferative DisordersDUARTE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A multinational team of physicians and scienti
Trial of Telomerase Inhibitors Points to Lasting Treatments for Myeloproliferative Disorders
Business Wire / Posted yesterday
DUARTE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A multinational team of physicians and scientists from City of Hope, the San Francisco Bay area and Europe recently reported success of a phase II clinical trial of a novel drug against essential thrombocythemia (ET),... Read more
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Daily Mail
Coons endorses Biden – but what does his teenage daughter think?Senator endorses Joe Biden – but what does his teenage daughter think? Dad of g
Coons endorses Biden – but what does his teenage daughter think?
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
Senator endorses Joe Biden – but what does his teenage daughter think? Dad of girl who recoiled when VP tried to kiss her tells him to run for president Sen. Chris Coons has endorsed fellow Delaware Democrat Joe Biden for president even though the... Read more
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FOX 8 WGHP
Workplace wellness: Managing menopause symptoms at workIn the United States, 70 percent of women at menopausal age work, and unfortuna
Workplace wellness: Managing menopause symptoms at work
FOX 8 WGHP / Posted yesterday
In the United States, 70 percent of women at menopausal age work, and unfortunately, menopausal symptoms can interfere with the ability to perform job tasks. Certain symptoms of menopause can actually worsen in severity because of work... Read more
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Daily Mail
Twitter's #cuteoff showcases adorable creatures in the animal kingdomMaking science CUTE: Biologists compete in Twitter #cuteoff to showcase the mos
Twitter's #cuteoff showcases adorable creatures in the animal kingdom
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
Making science CUTE: Biologists compete in Twitter #cuteoff to showcase the most adorable creatures in the animal kingdom Twitter feeds are full of cute insect, mammals, reptiles and birds Tweets are designed to highlight the huge diversity of the... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
California equal pay bill may be toughest in nationCalifornia's new Fair Pay Act, which awaits Gov. Jerry Brown's signature, may b
California equal pay bill may be toughest in nation
Los Angeles Times / Posted yesterday
California's new Fair Pay Act, which awaits Gov. Jerry Brown's signature, may be the nation's most aggressive attempt yet to close the salary gap between men and women. Supporters said the legislation, passed unanimously by the California Senate on... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
If You Look Older Than You Really Are, Your Health Could Be At RiskYou may have wondered why you look older or younger than your agemates. Well,
If You Look Older Than You Really Are, Your Health Could Be At Risk
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
You may have wondered why you look older or younger than your agemates. Well, scientists now argue that such perceptions go beyond outward appearances, exposing the different paces at which individuals age, and the implications on one's health. A... Read more
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