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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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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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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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Tucker Carlson and Jordan Peterson debate crisis among boys and men

Tucker Carlson and Jordan Peterson debate crisis among boys and men

Fox News' Tucker Carlson, as part of a continuing series in March about men and boys, interviewed psychologist and author Dr. Jordan Peterson o ...

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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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Pediatricians call for 'safety plans' to keep guns from their patients

Pediatricians call for 'safety plans' to keep guns from their patients

In guidelines published this month by the American Academy of Pediatrics, the physicians’ organization is calling on doctors to conduct screeni ...

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HHS Secretary Azar to look into CDC research of gun violence

HHS Secretary Azar to look into CDC research of gun violence

Newly-confirmed Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar appeared before the House Energy and Commerce Committee on Thursday, the day after ...

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New methods detect Alzheimer's early

New methods detect Alzheimer's early

Two new studies present promising findings for early detection of and intervention for Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s disease is an ...

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Illegal alien to receive life-saving transplant

Illegal alien to receive life-saving transplant

After getting pressure from the American Civil Liberties Union, the Oregon Health and Science University relented in its policy and will grant a tran ...

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Leftists' assault on First Amendment and Catholic medical care

Leftists' assault on First Amendment and Catholic medical care

An editorial in Monday's New York Times posits a conflict between religion and healthcare, abortion being the main focus. "Freedom of religio ...

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Newt Gingrich: the media missed Trump's progress on health reform

Newt Gingrich: the media missed Trump's progress on health reform

Don’t look now, but the President and Congressional Republicans are making progress on their promise to repeal and replace Obamacare with a mor ...

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Abortionists demand Arkansas to provide subsidy

Abortionists demand Arkansas to provide subsidy

Planned Parenthood, the biggest abortion provider in the United States, is suing the state of Arkansas because the Arkansas defunded the organization ...

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VA pays malpractice claims against doctors with revoked licenses

VA pays malpractice claims against doctors with revoked licenses

Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin said in a radio interview on Friday that he has a number of New Year's resolutions to improve the huge a ...

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Supreme Court to hear case of California law squelching women's pregnancy centers

Supreme Court to hear case of California law squelching women's pregnancy centers

I can still see the tiny pink socks. And boxes and boxes of diapers. Most of all, I remember the warmth and cheeriness of the staff as I toured the S ...

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Ohio to outlaw eugenic abortion of Down syndrome children

Ohio to outlaw eugenic abortion of Down syndrome children

Sitting on the desk of Ohio Gov. John Kasich (R) is a bill that when passed into law would ban abortions on unborn babies found with Down syndrome. T ...

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How surrogacy got Rep. Trent Franks into trouble

How surrogacy got Rep. Trent Franks into trouble

Outrage at the resignation of Republican Representative Trent Franks has exploded throughout conservative circles. A pro-life warrior, Franks holds h ...

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Ohio demands Christian parents provide gender reassignment for daughter

Ohio demands Christian parents provide gender reassignment for daughter

In the state of Ohio, social workers are asking a court to side with a teenage girl who is asking for gender reassignment treatment at a hospital ins ...

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Indiana nurse fired for racist statements

Indiana nurse fired for racist statements

Taiyesha Baker was fired by the Indiana University Health system after claiming that white women raise sons to be killers, rapists, and terrorists. B ...

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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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Democrat decriminalizes infecting others with HIV

Democrat decriminalizes infecting others with HIV

California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) signed into law SB-239 -- a measaure that minimizes the state-imposed penalty for purposefully infecting a person wit ...

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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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The battle over presumed consent for human organ donation

The battle over presumed consent for human organ donation

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Senator John McCain diagnosed with brain cancer

Senator John McCain diagnosed with brain cancer

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New York Times yellow-journalism ignores facts of Charlie Gard case

New York Times yellow-journalism ignores facts of Charlie Gard case

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Trump intervenes for the life of baby Charlie Gard

Trump intervenes for the life of baby Charlie Gard

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British government refuses to release dying baby boy to his parents

British government refuses to release dying baby boy to his parents

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Fate of baby Charlie Gard is in the hands of Prime Minister Theresa May

Fate of baby Charlie Gard is in the hands of Prime Minister Theresa May

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Trump joins Pope Francis to intervene in Charlie Gard case

Trump joins Pope Francis to intervene in Charlie Gard case

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Sean Spicer: Where's the 'meanness' in Republican healthcare bill?

Sean Spicer: Where's the 'meanness' in Republican healthcare bill?

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Obama comes out swinging on healthcare issue

Obama comes out swinging on healthcare issue

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Nutritional supplements may allay hereditary deafness

Nutritional supplements may allay hereditary deafness

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Virginia voting officials conceal number of non-citizen voters

Virginia voting officials conceal number of non-citizen voters

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Catholic hospitals to offer euthanasia

Catholic hospitals to offer euthanasia

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The fake news about human papillomavirus immunization

The fake news about human papillomavirus immunization

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Sting reveals fraudulent scientific publications

Sting reveals fraudulent scientific publications

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A new study seeks to uncover cause of the breast cancer epidemic

A new study seeks to uncover cause of the breast cancer epidemic

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Ethics and organ harvesting from euthanized persons

Ethics and organ harvesting from euthanized persons

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Rand Paul: Repeal Obamacare now, then discuss

Rand Paul: Repeal Obamacare now, then discuss

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Study shows love, health, and marriage go together like a horse and carriage

Study shows love, health, and marriage go together like a horse and carriage

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Deadly tooth decay causes tragedy in Utah

Deadly tooth decay causes tragedy in Utah

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Canada moves toward euthanasia to harvest human organs

Canada moves toward euthanasia to harvest human organs

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A free-market, inexpensive alternative to EpiPen

A free-market, inexpensive alternative to EpiPen

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Democrats seek to label healthcare reform as 'Trumpcare'

Democrats seek to label healthcare reform as 'Trumpcare'

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LGBT teens are four times more likely to use drugs, suicide

LGBT teens are four times more likely to use drugs, suicide

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Medical marijuana is a con job

Medical marijuana is a con job

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Elderly woman euthanized because she had a bladder infection

Elderly woman euthanized because she had a bladder infection

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Netherlands offers to snuff alcoholics

Netherlands offers to snuff alcoholics

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Are Obamacare's days really numbered?

Are Obamacare's days really numbered?

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California parents shocked by leprosy diagnosis

California parents shocked by leprosy diagnosis

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Sex change in California? It's covered

Sex change in California? It's covered

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Bipartisan effort for price controls on essential medical device

Bipartisan effort for price controls on essential medical device

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More calls for Clinton to release medical records

More calls for Clinton to release medical records

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Ulysses Cephas: Little known figure of African American history of Texas

Ulysses Cephas: Little known figure of African American history of Texas

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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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Netherlands: euthanasia for mentally ill quadruples

Netherlands: euthanasia for mentally ill quadruples

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New hope for sufferers of spinal deformities

New hope for sufferers of spinal deformities

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Legalized euthanasia divides doctors and patients

Legalized euthanasia divides doctors and patients

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Soldier cites PTSD for transfer: Texas too similar to war-torn Afghanistan

Soldier cites PTSD for transfer: Texas too similar to war-torn Afghanistan

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No helmet, no problem for Michigan motorcyclists

No helmet, no problem for Michigan motorcyclists

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The Jack Pautler story: when a Do Not Resuscitate order is a license to kill

The Jack Pautler story: when a Do Not Resuscitate order is a license to kill

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Syphilis rate among homosexual men now as high as 30 years ago

Syphilis rate among homosexual men now as high as 30 years ago

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Harvesting babies for organs: what's next?

Harvesting babies for organs: what's next?

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Cultural Marxists politicize funny Super Bowl ad

Cultural Marxists politicize funny Super Bowl ad

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Government lab delayed announcing sexual transmission of Zika virus

Government lab delayed announcing sexual transmission of Zika virus

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No sex for Senator Harry Reid

No sex for Senator Harry Reid

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Epic clash between Republicans and Planned Parenthood chief

Epic clash between Republicans and Planned Parenthood chief

Democratic Party donor Planned Parenthood fights to keep its federal funding.

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Exposed: $600 million in Obamacare fraud and abuse

Exposed: $600 million in Obamacare fraud and abuse

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Male users of marijuana experience loss of semen quality

Male users of marijuana experience loss of semen quality

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Los Angeles judge rules in favor of free speech for pro-life videographers

Los Angeles judge rules in favor of free speech for pro-life videographers

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New video: Planned Parenthood takes brain from living baby

New video: Planned Parenthood takes brain from living baby

Citizens call for an end to $500 million per/year subsidy for Planned Parenthood, which is allegedly engaged in illegal activity.

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The rise of involuntary euthanasia causes concern among human rights advocates

The rise of involuntary euthanasia causes concern among human rights advocates

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New film to document deathly dangers of The Pill

New film to document deathly dangers of The Pill

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Catholic bishops' deafening silence on Planned Parenthood harvesting of baby parts

Catholic bishops' deafening silence on Planned Parenthood harvesting of baby parts

What is the extent of collusion between the Democratic Party and the princes of the Catholic Church?

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'I can't breathe': White man dies in police custody in Mississippi

'I can't breathe': White man dies in police custody in Mississippi

'I can't breathe', said an asthmatic man who was hogtied in the presence of his family and later tied in police custody. Southaven Mississippi is no stranger to accusations of police harassment.

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The mystery of the sleepers of Kazakhstan continues

The mystery of the sleepers of Kazakhstan continues

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Staggering suicide rates for female U.S. veterans

Staggering suicide rates for female U.S. veterans

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A deadly mix: Obamacare and assisted suicide

A deadly mix: Obamacare and assisted suicide

When assisted suicide is legalized, the lives of many people will be terminated without their consent. Currently, there are no safeguards against this danger.

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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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Prominent physicians condemn 'quack' Dr. Oz

Prominent physicians condemn 'quack' Dr. Oz

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Poll shows wide American majority oppose assisted suicide

Poll shows wide American majority oppose assisted suicide

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World Down Syndrome Day urges us to reflect

World Down Syndrome Day urges us to reflect

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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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A father chooses life for his baby son

A father chooses life for his baby son

Infanticide is not the only option for children born with Down syndrome.

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Obamacare is beyond repair

Obamacare is beyond repair

Obamacare will collapse under its own weight. It's finished.

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Mozambique decriminalizes abortion

Mozambique decriminalizes abortion

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Spanish abortion clinics dump patients' personal information

Spanish abortion clinics dump patients' personal information

Investigators in several Spanish provinces found personal information, including names, addresses, phone numbers, and identity numbers for women who had had abortions. Spanish authorities are suspected of complicity.

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Dutch considering harvesting organs from euthanased patients

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Nepal: Illegal human organ trafficking continues unabated

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