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Wife of top Trump aide had controversial radio show - KRDO


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Wife of top Trump aide had controversial radio show
KRDO
(CNN) - Darla Shine, the wife of new White House deputy chief of staff for communications Bill Shine, hosted a radio show in the late 2000s where she once mocked victims of sexual harassment in the military and repeatedly pushed fringe conspiracy ...

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Focus at Four: Why doctor burnout is bad news for patients - KBTX


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Focus at Four: Why doctor burnout is bad news for patients
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BRYAN, Tex. (KBTX) - Can your doctor's health, both physical and mental, affect the care you receive? A new study published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings says yes, it can. Burnout can contribute to major medical errors. According to the Institute of ...
Doctor burnout can cause major medical errors, study saysAtlanta Journal Constitution

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Feds pay two companies to develop at-home flu tests - NBCNews.com


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Feds pay two companies to develop at-home flu tests
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In a bid to make at-home flu tests as cheap and easy as home pregnancy tests, the federal government said Wednesday that it had invested $24 million with two companies seeking to fast-track two entirely different approaches. The hope is to speed up ...
US fast-tracks at-home flu testsWXXV News 25

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Wife of top Trump aide had controversial radio show - KTVZ


KTVZ

Wife of top Trump aide had controversial radio show
KTVZ
(CNN) - Darla Shine, the wife of new White House deputy chief of staff for communications Bill Shine, hosted a radio show in the late 2000s where she once mocked victims of sexual harassment in the military and repeatedly pushed fringe conspiracy ...

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Wife of top Trump aide had radio show where she said women in military should expect sexual harassment - CNN


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Wife of top Trump aide had radio show where she said women in military should expect sexual harassment
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(CNN) Darla Shine, the wife of new White House deputy chief of staff for communications Bill Shine, hosted a radio show in the late 2000s where she once mocked victims of sexual harassment in the military and repeatedly pushed fringe conspiracy ...

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What is "cave disease"? - WDTV


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What is "cave disease"?
WDTV
(CNN) -- The dramatic rescue of 12 boys and their soccer coach from a flooded cave system in Thailand captured the world's attention. And now that they are out safely, the next step is to check and monitor their health.
The boys trapped in the Thailand cave could face an unusual diseaseABC News

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Why 1 Mom Decided to Share Her 5-Year-Old Daughter's Last Moments to Raise Cancer Awareness - POPSUGAR


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Why 1 Mom Decided to Share Her 5-Year-Old Daughter's Last Moments to Raise Cancer Awareness
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Two years ago, Casey and Ben Daggett found out that their daughter Zoey had a rare brain tumor — known as Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG) — that doctors were unable to operate on. In that moment, they came to the devastating conclusion that ...

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Swift Gene-Editing Method May Revolutionize Treatments for Cancer and Infectious Diseases - New York Times


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Swift Gene-Editing Method May Revolutionize Treatments for Cancer and Infectious Diseases
New York Times
For the first time, scientists have found a way to efficiently and precisely remove genes from white blood cells of the immune system and to insert beneficial replacements, all in far less time than it normally takes to edit genes. If the technique can ...
With new genes and an electric shock, scientists turn immune cells against cancerWashington Post
Removing the Hidden Obstacle Holding Back New Cancer TherapiesBloomberg
Using CRISPR to turn cancer cells against themselvesFierceBiotech
Curetoday.com -EurekAlert (press release) -Science News -WBUR
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Experimental Drugs Boost Elderly Immune Systems, Raising Hopes For Anti-Aging Effects - NPR


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Experimental Drugs Boost Elderly Immune Systems, Raising Hopes For Anti-Aging Effects
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Scientists on the hunt for anti-aging drugs say they've made an advance with tantalizing potential: Two experimental drugs appear to safely boost the immune systems of elderly humans. The researchers stress that more research is needed to confirm the ...
Trial of anti-ageing drugs that rejuvenate immune system hailed a successThe Guardian

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Paralyzed hockey player Jack Jablonski wiggles toes for first time in 7 years, shares 'shocking' video - Fox News


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Paralyzed hockey player Jack Jablonski wiggles toes for first time in 7 years, shares 'shocking' video
Fox News
Paralyzed hockey player Jack Jablonski took a shot on the Fourth of July and scored when he tried — and succeeded — wiggling his toes. Jablonski was a 16-year-old high school sophomore at Benilde St. Margaret's in St. Louis Park, Minnesota, when he ...

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Earliest evidence of humans outside Africa - BBC News


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Earliest evidence of humans outside Africa
BBC News
Scientists say they've found the earliest evidence of a human presence outside Africa. Ancient tools discovered in China suggest primitive humans were in the region as early as 2.12 million years ago. They are about 270,000 years older than the ...
Discovery of Stone Tools in China Shows Early Humans Left Africa Over 2 Million Years AgoGizmodo
Chinese Find Suggests Human Relatives Left Africa EarlierU.S. News & World Report
Out of Africa, into ChinaCosmos
Nature
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T cell engineering breakthrough sidesteps need for viruses in gene-editing - EurekAlert (press release)


T cell engineering breakthrough sidesteps need for viruses in gene-editing
EurekAlert (press release)
In an achievement that has significant implications for research, medicine, and industry, UC San Francisco scientists have genetically reprogrammed the human immune cells known as T cells without using viruses to insert DNA. The researchers said they ...

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A Simple Emergency Room Intervention Can Help Cut Future Suicide Risk - NPR


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A Simple Emergency Room Intervention Can Help Cut Future Suicide Risk
NPR
Many people who attempt suicide end up in an emergency room for immediate treatment. But few of those suicide survivors get the follow-up care they need at a time when they are especially likely to attempt suicide again. Now, a study shows that a ...
ED Suicide Intervention Found EffectiveMedPage Today
Intervention with follow-up reduces suicidal behavior after ED dischargeHealio
Study examines emergency department suicide prevention interventionEurekAlert (press release)
MD Magazine
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Humans Didn't Evolve From a Single Ancestral Population - Gizmodo


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Humans Didn't Evolve From a Single Ancestral Population
Gizmodo
In the 1980s, scientists learned that all humans living today are descended from a woman, dubbed “Mitochondrial Eve,” who lived in Africa between 150,000 to 200,000 years ago. This discovery, along with other evidence, suggested humans evolved from a ...
Humans evolved in partially isolated populations scattered across AfricaPhys.Org

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Additional Deaths, Health Disparities Forecast in Pair of Climate Change Studies - AJMC.com Managed Markets Network


Additional Deaths, Health Disparities Forecast in Pair of Climate Change Studies
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Allison Inserro. A pair of articles paint a devastating picture of the effects of climate change on human health. One paper cited increased air pollution spurred by air conditioning and another paper said that the decreased nutritional quality of ...

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Biochemists discover cause of genome editing failures with hyped CRISPR system - Science Codex


Science Codex

Biochemists discover cause of genome editing failures with hyped CRISPR system
Science Codex
Researchers from the University of Illinois at Chicago are the first to describe why CRISPR gene editing sometimes fails to work, and how the process can be made to be much more efficient. CRISPR is a gene-editing tool that allows scientists to cut out ...
Gene Drive Tried in Lab MiceGenomeWeb

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Physician burnout a key driver of medical errors - Business Insider


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Physician burnout a key driver of medical errors
Business Insider
By Anne Harding. (Reuters Health) - Burned-out doctors are more likely to make major medical errors, regardless of workplace safety measures, new research shows. "Just trying to fix the setting of health care environments in order to prevent errors is ...
Physician Burnout: Doctors In Smaller Practices Less Likely To Commit Medical ErrorsTech Times
Burned-Out Doctors Make Twice as Many Errors. The Business World Could Offer a SolutionFortune

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