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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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Supreme Court decision on Obamacare: opening salvo in battle for liberty

Supreme Court decision on Obamacare: opening salvo in battle for liberty

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Promise shown in HIV/AIDS resistant substance in olive trees

Promise shown in HIV/AIDS resistant substance in olive trees

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Rev. Jesse Jackson mum about ailing son, Congressman Jackson

Rev. Jesse Jackson mum about ailing son, Congressman Jackson

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Outbreak in Spain: Deadly legionnaires' disease

Outbreak in Spain: Deadly legionnaires' disease

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British health system effectively euthanizing the elderly

British health system effectively euthanizing the elderly

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Pregnant women with HIV go untreated for depression

Pregnant women with HIV go untreated for depression

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Netherlands cuts publicly-funded fertility treatments

Netherlands cuts publicly-funded fertility treatments

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The contraception mandate: What is the government's interest in promoting infertility?

The contraception mandate: What is the government's interest in promoting infertility?

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Women and men respond differently to fitness appeals

Women and men respond differently to fitness appeals

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Washington Post and NYT miss the point in Catholic lawsuit against Obama administration

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Liberal propaganda plan in place in advance of Supreme Court ruling on Obamacare

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California: Bishop Blaire clarifies statements about Obamacare

California: Bishop Blaire clarifies statements about Obamacare

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Apparent dissonance among Catholic bishops over Obamacare

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Vatican official voices support for universal health care

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Special surface shows promise for stem-cell human bone repair

Special surface shows promise for stem-cell human bone repair

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India is increasingly seen as source of drug-resistant disease

India is increasingly seen as source of drug-resistant disease

Poor sanitation infrastructure, coupled with under-regulated anti-biotics, makes India a veritable crucible of drug-resistant bacteria.

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Health: Treat the mother - save the baby

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Georgetown University president 'disassociates' from Secretary Sebelius

Georgetown University president 'disassociates' from Secretary Sebelius

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Satellites guide the way to eliminating deadly Tsetse flies

Satellites guide the way to eliminating deadly Tsetse flies

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Younger and female athletes need additional recovery time after concussions

Younger and female athletes need additional recovery time after concussions

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Assisted reproduction shows higher rates of birth defects

Assisted reproduction shows higher rates of birth defects

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Blacks and Hispanics are two times more likely to have cancerous polyps

Blacks and Hispanics are two times more likely to have cancerous polyps

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Mosquitoes are the biggest killers in Africa

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Health: Beating measles - one more push?

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Malaria cases continue to rise in central Africa

Malaria cases continue to rise in central Africa

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Just one youth football tackle is dangerous

Just one youth football tackle is dangerous

Research shows that high school football players average 650 hits each.

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Brazil: Health authorities warn of risk of eating human flesh

Brazil: Health authorities warn of risk of eating human flesh

Consuming human flesh can cause vomiting and diarrhea.

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Religious freedom and ugly assumptions

Religious freedom and ugly assumptions

Currently missing in action in the currently combative electoral debate is any discussion of the most basic right, guaranteed heretofore by the Constitution: freedom of worship.

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On World Health Day, UN calls for adequate health policies for older citizens

United Nations officials today stressed the importance of providing adequate health services to older citizens and called on countries to commit resources to help their ageing populations lead a healthy and active life.

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Democrats riled over Justice Scalia's remarks about Obamacare

Democrats riled over Justice Scalia's remarks about Obamacare

Justice Scalia joked that going through the 2,700 page Obamacare legislation violates the 8th amendment to the Constitution. Democrats were not amused.

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Vatican calls for sensitivity in dealing with those suffering with autism

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CDC shows that autism is more prevalent than previously thought

CDC shows that autism is more prevalent than previously thought

CDC estimates 1 in 88 U.S. children have autism spectrum disorder. The largest increases of reports of autism were among Hispanics and black Americans.

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Cardinal Dolan of New York says Obama administration seeks to divide Catholics

Cardinal Dolan of New York says Obama administration seeks to divide Catholics

Cardinal Dolan was interviewed by Bill O'Reilly and told him that he does not seek to judge the Obama administration.

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A Heart on Fire: Archbishop Chaput's meditation on secularism in the U.S.

A Heart on Fire: Archbishop Chaput's meditation on secularism in the U.S.

'A Heart on Fire: Catholic Witness and the Next America' by Archbishop Charles Chaput gives a warning against burgeoning secularism in the USA.

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Denied food and water by a hospital, Texas man expires

Denied food and water by a hospital, Texas man expires

'Willie' apparently had adequate health insurance, but a Houston hospital removed hydration and nutrition.

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White House staffer opines Obamacare is good for young people

White House staffer opines Obamacare is good for young people

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Texas hospital starving patient against family wishes

Texas hospital starving patient against family wishes

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Mysterious pandemic strikes Uganda

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North Carolina: Catholic bishop calls for fasting to change Obamacare

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Notre Dame prof defies Catholic bishops on birth control

Notre Dame prof defies Catholic bishops on birth control

Gary Gutting, an endowed professor at Notre Dame, wrote in the New York Time that Catholic bishops no longer decide on morality for Catholic laity.

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What does Obama have against Catholics?

What does Obama have against Catholics?

The Amish are exempt from Obamacare, as are member of Medi-Share. So why does Obama focus on Catholics?

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Acting in faith against malaria

Acting in faith against malaria

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Many mastectomies are not necessary

Many mastectomies are not necessary

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Obama rolls back two centuries of religious tolerance

Obama rolls back two centuries of religious tolerance

Obamacare is doubly un-constitutional.

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Va. Congressman objects to ad telling Obama to go to Hell

Va. Congressman objects to ad telling Obama to go to Hell

A sign at the Washington DC Metro system was found offensive by a Democratic lawmaker.

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Brazilian blowouts, formaldehyde, and women's hair

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Has Santorum been mortally 'Pierced'?

Has Santorum been mortally 'Pierced'?

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California: STD rates climb despite free condoms and lube for teens

California: STD rates climb despite free condoms and lube for teens

Venereal disease continues to rise in Babylon-by-the-Bay, a.k.a. San Francisco. High school students obtain condoms from schools.

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Obama has put an end to the American Experiment

Obama has put an end to the American Experiment

Hedonism has become America's official religion.

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Health: Experts pledge to eradicate "neglected" diseases

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Obama targets religious freedom with healthcare reform

Obama targets religious freedom with healthcare reform

Obama once said that 'secularists are wrong when they ask believers to leave their religion at the door before entering the public square." Has he changed his mind?

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Obama targets religious freedom with healthcare reform

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The Santorum Forum Part VII: Can Rick stop Obama's contraceptive-ism?

The Santorum Forum Part VII: Can Rick stop Obama's contraceptive-ism?

Rick Santorum stuck to his principles in returning home to see his ailing daughter in mid-campaign.

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'To Hell with You': Obamacare's demands on Christian conscience

'To Hell with You': Obamacare's demands on Christian conscience

Obamacare would force Catholics and others to choose conscience over healthcare.

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Michiganders respond to Obamacare mandate

Michiganders respond to Obamacare mandate

Christians and others are making known their demand for respect for their conscience, despite federal mandates.

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