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Ohio legislation would ban abortion on fetus with Down syndrome - Canton Repository


Canton Repository

Ohio legislation would ban abortion on fetus with Down syndrome
Canton Repository
A week after Kelly Kuhns learned in a heartbreaking phone call that her son would be born with Down syndrome, abortion was mentioned. She declined. “I loved him already,” said Kuhns, 36, of Plain City, a village northwest of Columbus in central Ohio.
Should states ban abortions when Down syndrome diagnosed?WKYC-TV
States debating whether to ban abortions after Down syndrome diagnosisCTV News

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NYC's 'safe' raw cookie dough shop sued for making students sick - Fox News


Fox News

NYC's 'safe' raw cookie dough shop sued for making students sick
Fox News
The purveyors of New York's latest foodie craze — raw cookie dough by the scoop — are facing a lawsuit from two city students who say the sweet stuff made them ill despite assurances from the company that the raw food product is “completely safe.”.
Famed bakery Cookie Do is sued over-its 'risk free' treats that one woman claims gave her nausea and diarrheaDaily Mail
Instagram-famous New York City cookie shop DŌ sued for allegedly bad raw doughGood Food
New York's DŌ Cafe Is Getting Sued After Their Edible Cookie Dough Made People SickHungryForever.com (blog)

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Former 'heaviest woman' Eman Ahmed Abd El Aty dies - BBC News


BBC News

Former 'heaviest woman' Eman Ahmed Abd El Aty dies
BBC News
An Egyptian woman once believed to be the world's heaviest has died in the United Arab Emirates. Eman Ahmed Abd El Aty had travelled to India earlier this year for bariatric weight loss surgery. Local media reported that she had lost more than 300kg ...
Egyptian once known as 'world's heaviest woman' dies in UAESan Francisco Chronicle
What killed Eman Ahmed? World's 'heaviest' woman dies in Abu DhabiHindustan Times
Former world's fattest woman who hit 79 stone after spending quarter of century in bed dies aged 37Mirror.co.uk
Daily Star -gulfnews.com -Times of India -Deccan Chronicle
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In World's Hottest Oil Patch, Jitters Mount That a Bust Is Near - Bloomberg


Bloomberg

In World's Hottest Oil Patch, Jitters Mount That a Bust Is Near
Bloomberg
Ups and downs are so ingrained in this business that crazy success in the Permian Basin is seen as an omen that a crash looms. Oil pump jacks adjacent to an apartment complex in Midland, Texas. Photographer: Max Burkhalter for Bloomberg. By.

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Memo to GOP: Red states also among losers in health bill - WHIO


WHIO

Memo to GOP: Red states also among losers in health bill
WHIO
Sen. Bill Cassidy, R-La., center, listens as Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., left, speaks, accompanied by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Ky., on Capitol Hill, Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017 in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon). 0. Share. Facebook
Health care groups oppose GOP billWNDU-TV
The Health 202: Here's how Cassidy and Graham rejiggered their Obamacare overhaulWashington Post
The Republicans are on the verge of another Obamacare lossCNN
Bloomberg -Fox News -The Hill -Reuters
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When a Drug Coupon Helps You but Hurts Fellow Citizens - New York Times


New York Times

When a Drug Coupon Helps You but Hurts Fellow Citizens
New York Times
It's completely rational for you to use coupons to lower the cost of your brand-name drug purchase. But if the coupon is causing you to switch away from a generic drug with an overall lower cost, you may be playing a role in pushing up drug spending ...
Insurers cutting back on drug coupons amid concerns over consumer costsCitizens Voice

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An ethical dilemma for doctors: When is it OK to prescribe opioids? - WTOP


WTOP

An ethical dilemma for doctors: When is it OK to prescribe opioids?
WTOP
(The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts.) Travis N. Rieder, Johns Hopkins University. (THE CONVERSATION) America's opioid crisis is getting worse. The role of prescription ...
Lawsuits target industry pushers of opioidsEl Dorado News-Times
Reining in the Opioid CrisisThe Epoch Times
US to Award $59 Million for Opioid Addiction TreatmentNew Delhi Times

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Massive Study to End Cookie-Cutter Health Care - Winchester News Gazette


Winchester News Gazette

Massive Study to End Cookie-Cutter Health Care
Winchester News Gazette
U.S. researchers are aiming to recruit more than 1 million people for an unprecedented study to learn how to customize ways to prevent and treat disease, ending one-size-fits-all care. (Sept. 25). Subscribe for more Breaking News: http://smarturl.it/ ...
Studying 1 million people to end cookie-cutter health careWashington Post
Witness: Church Gunman 'Was Just Shooting'Salamanca Press

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Parents should expose children to allergenic foods early - Zawya


Zawya

Parents should expose children to allergenic foods early
Zawya
Abu Dhabi: In order to reduce the risk of children developing food allergies, parents should begin exposing them to common allergenic foods as early as six months on, doctors have advised. The approach has proved effective at reducing the incidence of ...

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Ohio bill would bar abortion when prenatal test is positive for Down syndrome - Press Herald


Press Herald

Ohio bill would bar abortion when prenatal test is positive for Down syndrome
Press Herald
Societal perfectionism isn't a valid reason for taking a life, backers say, but foes call the woman's motive irrelevant when deciding to terminate a pregnancy. By and DAVID CRARYAssociated Press. Share. facebook · tweet · email · print. Comment. Read ...
Should States Ban Abortions When Down Syndrome Diagnosed?U.S. News & World Report

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Race for the Cure honors breast cancer victims, survivors - KXAN.com


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Race for the Cure honors breast cancer victims, survivors
KXAN.com
Runners participate in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure on Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017, in downtown Austin. (KXAN Photo: Frank Martinez). AUSTIN (KXAN)– Nearly 4,000 people hit the pavement Sunday morning for the 19th Annual Susan G. Komen Race ...
Thousands participate in OC Susan G. Komen Race for The CureKABC-TV
A sea of pink: Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure held to raise awareness for breast cancerfox6now.com
Komen encouraging fitness with Get Up Atlanta Virtual ChallengeMDJOnline.com
Daily Sentinel -Tristatehomepage.com -KWCH -Gallipolis Daily Tribune
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Sick Pig Shuts Down Swine Barn at Maryland Fair - U.S. News & World Report


Week Facts

Sick Pig Shuts Down Swine Barn at Maryland Fair
U.S. News & World Report
A pig barn has been closed at a fair in Frederick after state inspectors found at least one sick animal and were testing it for swine flu. Sept. 24, 2017, at 2:43 p.m.. Sick Pig Shuts Down Swine Barn at Maryland Fair ...
Officials say swine flu detected in 11 pigs at Maryland fairMiami Herald
Swine flu a concern at The Great Frederick FairBay Net
Sick Pig and Child Causes Shut Down Of Frederick Co. Fair Pig ExhibitCBS Baltimore / WJZ
Week Facts -Southern Maryland News Net
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Sleep Deprivation May Treat Depression. But Would It Ever Be Prescribed? - Forbes


Forbes

Sleep Deprivation May Treat Depression. But Would It Ever Be Prescribed?
Forbes
I cover health, medicine, psychology and neuroscience. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. The idea that sleep deprivation might treat depression isn't new. Studies for a number of years have attested to this connection, ...
Can Sleep Deprivation Reduce Depression?Version Weekly
Found a new method of treatment of depressionwww.MICEtimes.asia (press release)
Sleep Deprivation Is Surprisingly Effective as an AntidepressantGears Of Biz

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Worm Digs Holes In Teen's Eye For Weeks, Causing Serious Damage - Newsweek


Newsweek

Worm Digs Holes In Teen's Eye For Weeks, Causing Serious Damage
Newsweek
Losing a contact in your eye, having an eyelash linger, or accidently getting shampoo beneath your lid are all unpleasant feelings that most of us have experienced at one point or another. Fortunately, the irritation is only temporary. But imagine what ...
Doctors shocked to find worm wriggling inside boy's eyeballDeccan Chronicle
This boy had a worm wriggling inside his eyeball for three weeksZee News
Mexico Doctors Remove Parasitic Worm From 17-Year-Old Boy's EyeIndia.com
The Independent -Gears Of Biz
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Sick pig shuts down swine barn at Maryland fair - Lexington Herald Leader


Sick pig shuts down swine barn at Maryland fair
Lexington Herald Leader
A pig barn has been closed at a fair in Frederick after state inspectors found at least one sick animal and were testing it for swine flu. The Frederick News-Post reports officials with The Great Frederick Fair were also alerted of a child at a local ...

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Cause of bone loss in elderly identified - The Hindu


The Hindu

Cause of bone loss in elderly identified
The Hindu
Scientists have identified a mechanism that causes the body to stop creating bone-producing cells with age, a finding that may help develop therapies to treat age-realted bone loss conditions like osteoporosis. Osteoporosis — the thinning of bone and ...
Suffering from brittle bones? Here's what causes bone loss in elderlyHindustan Times
Researchers describe mechanism that underlies age-associated bone lossGears Of Biz

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Should states ban abortions when Down syndrome diagnosed? - ABC News


Should states ban abortions when Down syndrome diagnosed?
ABC News
In this undated photo, Kelly Kuhns holds her son, Oliver, in Plain City, Ohio. Kuhns is advocating for an Ohio bill that would ban abortions based on the type of pre-natal Down syndrome diagnosis she received for her son, Oliver. (AP Photo/Julie Carr ...

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Should States Ban Abortions When Down Syndrome Diagnosed? - U.S. News & World Report


U.S. News & World Report

Should States Ban Abortions When Down Syndrome Diagnosed?
U.S. News & World Report
Ohio lawmakers are considering a bill that would ban abortions in cases where tests or diagnosis indicate Down syndrome in the fetus. Sept. 24, 2017, at 11:05 a.m.. Should States Ban Abortions When Down Syndrome Diagnosed?

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Even Babies Can Learn Hard Work Pays Off - PsychCentral.com


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Even Babies Can Learn Hard Work Pays Off
PsychCentral.com
A new study has discovered that babies try harder after seeing adults struggle to achieve a goal. The study shows that babies as young as 15 months who watched an adult struggle at two different tasks before succeeding tried harder at their own ...
Science Says Even Babies Can Learn That Hard Work Pays OffScary Mommy
Here's how to teach kids the worth of hard workThe Indian Express
New Study Suggests Babies Could Learn Persistence From AdultsThe Inquisitr
Gears Of Biz -DeathRattleSports.com -WFMY News 2
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Preemies at Greater Risk of Medical Sleep Problems - PsychCentral.com


Sleep Review

Preemies at Greater Risk of Medical Sleep Problems
PsychCentral.com
Healthy toddlers who were born prematurely are at greater risk of medical sleep problems than healthy full-term toddlers, but they tend to have an easier time falling asleep independently, according to a new study published in the Journal of Clinical ...
More Medical Sleep Problems, Fewer Behavioral Sleep Problems, Found in Study of Preterm ChildrenSleep Review
Preemies likelier to have sleep problems than full-term childrenOutlook India

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