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Leukemia Charity Spent Less Than 1% of Donations on Patients, Suit Says

July 21, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

The National Children’s Leukemia Foundation and its founder are accused of misleading donors about how millions of dollars were being spent.

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Leukemia Charity Spent Less Than 1% of Donations on Patients, Suit Says

Ariana Grande’s Tongue Helps Triple Business at Doughnut Shop

July 11, 2015 Featured, Health, News, Video No Comments

Though the now infamous video of singer Ariana Grande licking a pastry led the health department to knock Wolfee Donuts down a grade, the owner says business is booming.

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Mysterious Muscle-Wasting Condition in 4 Siblings Baffles Doctors

July 9, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

Family spends years searching for diagnosis after all four children develop mysterious symptoms.

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Mysterious Muscle-Wasting Condition in 4 Siblings Baffles Doctors

Victim Calls Former Cancer Doc ‘Monster and Master of Deceit’ At Sentencing

July 7, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

Victims share stories of life-long side effects from overzealous cancer doctor.

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Victims Confront Doctor Who Mistreated Cancer Patients

July 7, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

The sentencing period has started for an oncologist who pleaded guilty last year to mistreating cancer patients and bilking the government of millions in false claims.

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Washington Woman Is First U.S. Measles Death in 12 Years

July 3, 2015 Featured, Health, News No Comments

A woman living in rural northwestern Washington has died from measles, state health officials said Thursday. It’s the first U.S. death in 12 years.

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