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Are babies' brains wired according to social class and ethnicity?

Are babies' brains wired according to social class and ethnicity?

For decades, scientists have assumed that the brain circuitry for social behavior has developed over millions of years of evolution and is hardwired ...

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Newt Gingrich: Health care is the economy

Newt Gingrich: Health care is the economy

The U.S. economy has been growing and breaking records ever since President Trump first took office and Republicans took control of Congress. Many ...

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Catholic Church, as 'expert on humanity,' anticipated classification of compulsive disorder by World Health Organization

Catholic Church, as 'expert on humanity,' anticipated classification of compulsive disorder by World Health Organization

Despite debate among experts as to whether the condition is real, the World Health Organization (WHO) has labeled compulsive sexual behavior as a men ...

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Republicans reject Trump's government reorganization plan

Republicans reject Trump's government reorganization plan

Being the title "Delivering Government Solutions in the 21st Century: Reform Plan and Reorganization Solutions," the Trump administration ...

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Did Republicans cause an outbreak of deadly Legionnaires' disease?

Did Republicans cause an outbreak of deadly Legionnaires' disease?

According to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, an official review of an 2014-2015 outbreak of deadly Legionnaires' disease ca ...

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Is vaping better than cigarettes?

Is vaping better than cigarettes?

E-cigarettes (vapes)don't help smokers quit more than other interventions, though financial incentives do, a new study in the New England ...

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Gingrich: Trump works to lower drug prices and address opiate abuse

Gingrich: Trump works to lower drug prices and address opiate abuse

President Trump's drug price reduction plan, American Patients First, which he announced last week, is an impressive and thorough effort to fix ...

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Nigeria imposes Ebola travel restrictions; CDC is silent

Nigeria imposes Ebola travel restrictions; CDC is silent

The new outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus has claimed its first victims in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The deadly hemorrhagic fever has bee ...

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Hours from organ harvesting, comatose boy wakes up

Hours from organ harvesting, comatose boy wakes up

Trenton McKinley, of Mobile, Alabama, was hospitalized in March after being injured when a sma ...

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Danger posed to pregnant women by commonly used painkiller

Danger posed to pregnant women by commonly used painkiller

Prolonged use of acetaminophen -- a pain-reliever that sometimes goes under the Tylenol trade name -- has been linked to increased risk of (auti ...

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Are cannabis-based products safe and legal? A new look

Are cannabis-based products safe and legal? A new look

As more states legalize both medical and recreational marijuana, products containing extracts from the plant are appearing on shelves around the coun ...

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California, Texas, Florida: exposed to illegal immigrants and TB

California, Texas, Florida: exposed to illegal immigrants and TB

Legal and illegal immigrants to the United States are more likely to have worse oral health, and poorer health overall, when compared to natives and ...

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Toy company markets 'charming' 'cuddly' venereal diseases to kids

Toy company markets 'charming' 'cuddly' venereal diseases to kids

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has declared April to be STD Awareness Month. The latest data show that "STDs are at a reco ...

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That time when losing weight can be deadly

That time when losing weight can be deadly

A sudden loss of wealth in middle or old age can be financially devastating — and fatal. According to a University of Michigan study, adults ...

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NYC Health officials show 86 percent of TB cases are among immigrants

NYC Health officials show 86 percent of TB cases are among immigrants

In 2017, reported cases of deadly tuberculosis rose by an unexpected 10 percent in New York City. According to the city’s health department, it ...

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Report: cost to taxpayers for legalizing marijuana far outweighs revenue gains

Report: cost to taxpayers for legalizing marijuana far outweighs revenue gains

Smart Approaches to Marijuana (SAM), in conjunction with its chapter in Connecticut, released a report on the projected costs to taxpayers of legaliz ...

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Congress votes down bill allowing medication for terminal patients

Congress votes down bill allowing medication for terminal patients

On Tuesday, the House of Representatives saw the derailing of legislation that would have given persons facing life-threatening illnesses to right to ...

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Star Parker: Why is the opioid crisis driven by unmarried men?

Star Parker: Why is the opioid crisis driven by unmarried men?

Opioid casualties are disproportionately men and not married.

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In three states, illegitimate births surpass 50 percent

In three states, illegitimate births surpass 50 percent

For the first time in nine years, in 2016 the percentage of babies born to unmarried mothers went below 40 percent. According to a final birth-data r ...

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Foreigners first in line before Americans for life-saving transplants

Foreigners first in line before Americans for life-saving transplants

At a time when there aren't enough livers for ailing Americans, wealthy foreigners fly here for transplants.

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Why are white kids prescribed antibiotics more than others?

Why are white kids prescribed antibiotics more than others?

According to a new study, white children are more likely to receive unnecessary antibiotics for viral illnesses during emergency room visits than the ...

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Study finds that elderly non-users of opiates have better health outcomes

Study finds that elderly non-users of opiates have better health outcomes

Last month, President Donald Trump declared that the abuse of opioid painkillers constitute a “national emergency” and announced that his ...

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Research reveals nagging health concerns about football

Research reveals nagging health concerns about football

For many Americans, football is quintessential to the high school experience. But researchers have begun to worry about long-term risks from the viol ...

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Glaxo SmithKline gets approval for morally-produced shingles vaccination

Glaxo SmithKline gets approval for morally-produced shingles vaccination

Children of God for Life announced on Wednesday alternative shingles vaccine produced by Glaxo SmithKline (GMK) has received FDA approval for licensi ...

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Disparities in emergency room use among gays, lesbians, and others

Disparities in emergency room use among gays, lesbians, and others

Despite gains in health insurance, lesbian, gay and bisexual people are much more likely than straight people to use emergency rooms for routine care ...

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Anal cancer is 'next big crisis' even for teens

Anal cancer is 'next big crisis' even for teens

According to a medical study by experts in cancer and epidemiology, of the 620,000 homosexual and bisexual men in the United States living with HIV i ...

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Global herpes outbreak threatens U.S.

Global herpes outbreak threatens U.S.

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California decriminalizes HIV transmission

California decriminalizes HIV transmission

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Healthier, wealthier, and closer to God

Healthier, wealthier, and closer to God

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Measles outbreak in Minnesota Somali Muslim community

Measles outbreak in Minnesota Somali Muslim community

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Surgeon General removed by White House

Surgeon General removed by White House

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Anti-vaccination politician is a 'disgrace'

Anti-vaccination politician is a 'disgrace'

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Let the president Trump addiction

Let the president Trump addiction

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300,000 more poor kids now than when Obama was elected

300,000 more poor kids now than when Obama was elected

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Breastfeed in church? No problem

Breastfeed in church? No problem

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Hospital rocked by exploding infectious human tissue

Hospital rocked by exploding infectious human tissue

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Hillary's secret 'seizure disorder' revealed

Hillary's secret 'seizure disorder' revealed

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Yisrael Kristal: a story of faith and longevity of world's oldest man

Yisrael Kristal: a story of faith and longevity of world's oldest man

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Americans not certain about Hillary's 'pneumonia' diagnosis

Americans not certain about Hillary's 'pneumonia' diagnosis

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California parents shocked by leprosy diagnosis

California parents shocked by leprosy diagnosis

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Texas Republican says he has leukemia

Texas Republican says he has leukemia

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New York City spends $2m on deer vasectomies

New York City spends $2m on deer vasectomies

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Tuberculosis, chickenpox outbreak among migrants worries Christians

Tuberculosis, chickenpox outbreak among migrants worries Christians

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Visiting foreign mom delivers Zika baby, eligible for welfare

Visiting foreign mom delivers Zika baby, eligible for welfare

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The inherent dangers of legalizing marijuana

The inherent dangers of legalizing marijuana

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No helmet, no problem for Michigan motorcyclists

No helmet, no problem for Michigan motorcyclists

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Assisted death bill advances in Canadian parliament

Assisted death bill advances in Canadian parliament

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Obamacare exposes privacy and medical records to fraud

Obamacare exposes privacy and medical records to fraud

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A government that targets charities is getting out of hand

A government that targets charities is getting out of hand

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Millionaires eligible for Medicaid under Obamacare

Millionaires eligible for Medicaid under Obamacare

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Zika pandemic spreads from Latin America; transmitted by mosquitoes and sex

Zika pandemic spreads from Latin America; transmitted by mosquitoes and sex

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New York City to ease laws on public urination and defecation

New York City to ease laws on public urination and defecation

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Unvaccinated refugees bring diptheria, tuberculosis with them

Unvaccinated refugees bring diptheria, tuberculosis with them

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America: too fat to fight?

America: too fat to fight?

America's national security may depend, not only on our waistlines, but on the basis of traditional families.

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Catholic-affiliated groups push government take-over of education

Catholic-affiliated groups push government take-over of education

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Michigan: Firearm suicides outnumber gun homicides

Michigan: Firearm suicides outnumber gun homicides

Cold comfort for Michigan, which had 6,729 gun deaths for 2008-13. Of these 54% were suicides, mostly among Baby Boomers and Gen-X. Among gun homicides, 69% were black men.

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WalMart give-aways enforced for Michigan Obamacare recipients

WalMart give-aways enforced for Michigan Obamacare recipients

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Obamacare continues to hurt rural communities

Obamacare continues to hurt rural communities

The Affordable Care Act is imposing hardship on rural school districts. Among other effects, the ACA has caused them to cut work hours and staff size.

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The deceptive tactics of Planned Parenthood are revealing

The deceptive tactics of Planned Parenthood are revealing

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Venezuela faces a shortage of contraceptives and dollars

Venezuela faces a shortage of contraceptives and dollars

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Is Gardasil vaccination indeed safe for children?

Is Gardasil vaccination indeed safe for children?

Some girls are reporting early-onset menopause associated with the vaccine.

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Deadly plague rocks Arizona

Deadly plague rocks Arizona

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Ebola patient to land in U.S. on Friday 13th

Ebola patient to land in U.S. on Friday 13th

National Institutes of Health promises to protect health workers and public from Ebola infection. A patient is being flown from Africa and will land in Maryland.

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Catholic Church fights AIDS in Malawi

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Nepal: Illegal human organ trafficking continues unabated

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University of Michigan flight crew wins international competition

University of Michigan flight crew wins international competition

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Republicans blamed for Ebola outbreak

Republicans blamed for Ebola outbreak

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Liberia: Ebola keeps Christians away from church

US health officials contradict President Obama's assurances that Ebola cannot be contracted by sitting adjacent to another person on a bus.

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U.S. military can't stop Ebola contagion from Latin America

U.S. military can't stop Ebola contagion from Latin America

Marine Corp Gen. John Kelly expressed fears that human traffickers bringing illegal immigrants to the U.S. will also bring Ebola.

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More evidence emerges of abortion-cancer link

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California to pay doctors to teach teenagers how to die

California to pay doctors to teach teenagers how to die

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CDC issues Ebola guidelines in advance of pandemic

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Senegal: government and church leaders warn against panic over Ebola

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Robin Williams and depression are no laughing matter

Robin Williams and depression are no laughing matter

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U.S. citizen succumbs to deadly Ebola virus

U.S. citizen succumbs to deadly Ebola virus

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UK rocked by fears of Ebola virus contagion

UK rocked by fears of Ebola virus contagion

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Chagas and chikungunya diseases spread in Texas

Chagas and chikungunya diseases spread in Texas

Chikungunya and Chagas disease are prevalent in Latin America. Visitors to those areas may be bringing it to the U.S. Dogs are a prime factor in spreading fatal Chagas infections.

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Why do some parents forfeit joy and choose abortion for Down Syndrome babies?

Why do some parents forfeit joy and choose abortion for Down Syndrome babies?

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Sierra Leone: worst Ebola outbreak ever

Health workers go on strike.

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Health officials fear disease in surge of illegal immigrants

Health officials fear disease in surge of illegal immigrants

Dengue fever, drug-resistant tuberculosis, scabies, and Chinkungunya fever, are among the illnesses being brought into the U.S.

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Deadly Ebola virus outbreak spreads in West Africa

Deadly Ebola virus outbreak spreads in West Africa

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Ebola outbreak in Guinea and Sierra Leone

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The obfuscation of the New Evangelization

The obfuscation of the New Evangelization

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Study links abortion and contraception to breast cancer

Study links abortion and contraception to breast cancer

Abortion weakens tissue in women's breasts, thus making them susceptible to carcinogenicity.

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California court releases Jahi McMath to her parents

California court releases Jahi McMath to her parents

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The POLST form is not pro-life friendly

The POLST form is not pro-life friendly

Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST) Paradigm is being promoted in California as 'natural death.' But is it indeed? It may well be planned death, supported by legal force and abetted by religious and community organizations.

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Paraguay takes steps against dengue fever

Paraguay takes steps against dengue fever

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Rats on a plane? No problem, say Chinese authorities

Rats on a plane? No problem, say Chinese authorities

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University of Michigan seeks to prevent farmers' hearing loss

University of Michigan seeks to prevent farmers' hearing loss

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Guatemala: over 2000 children and teens infected with AIDS

Guatemala: over 2000 children and teens infected with AIDS

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Training caregivers improves lives of HIV-infected African children

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RIP: Karl Pohrt, legendary book dealer

RIP: Karl Pohrt, legendary book dealer

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Swine flu outbreak endangers classic American past-time

Swine flu outbreak endangers classic American past-time

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HHS secretary ordered to provide transplant for dying girl

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Catholic Health Association: who are you kidding about W.H.O.?

Catholic Health Association: who are you kidding about W.H.O.?

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Deadly measles outbreak targets Pakistani children

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Pakistan: one in 89 mothers die in childbirth

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Norplant is back

Norplant is back

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Papua New Guinea: increased cases of malaria expected because of rising temperatures

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Fact checks: Getting to the bottom of talking points

Fact checks: Getting to the bottom of talking points

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