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Judge Recuses Herself From Life Support Pregnancy Case

January 17, 2014 Featured, Health, News, World No Comments
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Family of pregnant woman on life support against their wishes faces setback.

WVa. Pregnant Women Worry Over Late Water Warning

January 16, 2014 Featured, Health, News, World No Comments
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Two days lapsed between the time the ban on drinking water was lifted in at least three areas affected by the chemical spill in West Virginia and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a warning that pregnant women should to continue avoid the tap and use bottled water. Pregnant women say they may have been put at risk

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Actress’ Worst Fear: Does She Have Huntington’s Disease?

January 16, 2014 Featured, Health, News, World No Comments
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Filmmaker Lucy Walker, who received Oscar nominations for “Waste Land” (2010) and “The Tsunami and the Cherry Blossom (2011), follows Marianna Palka as she prepares to go to the doctor and open the envelope that will seal her fate. Her short documentary, “The Lion’s Mouth Opens,” premieres at the Sundance Film Festival Jan

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Plastic Surgery Barbie Game Deleted From iTunes

January 16, 2014 Featured, Health, News, World No Comments
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Twitter users brought the unofficial Barbie game to companies’ attention.

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How Much Does Child Birth Cost? You Won’t Believe the Prices

January 16, 2014 Featured, Health, News, World No Comments
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While you can now determine the sex of your baby before he or she is born, figuring out what it costs to give birth remains a mystery. That’s the conclusion of a University of California at San Francisco study that looked at more than 75,000 births in California.

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How to Make Stress Work For You

January 16, 2014 Featured, Health, News, World No Comments
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I was late to work. What if I lose my job?

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Misdiagnosed Man Struggling to Breathe Gets Lungs ‘Washed’

January 16, 2014 Featured, Health, News, World No Comments
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Robert Epperson had a lung lavage. He was fitted with a chest percussor, a vest that shook his chest, while doctors intubated him, allowing one lung to breathe for two, and literally washed the other lung with a saline solution, cleaning out the excess surfactant from his air spaces

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Too Much Booze Can Shave Years Off Men’s Memory

January 16, 2014 Featured, Health, News, World No Comments
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New study finds men who drink more tend to lose cognitive ability earlier.

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Army Reservist Alleges Tainted Diet Pill Caused Insomniac Rage

January 13, 2014 Featured, Health, News, World No Comments
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After a six days of no sleep, Sainah Theodore physically destroyed her home and was committed involuntarily to a hospital mental ward for five days. Lab tests showed the herbal pills contained two drugs not approved by the FDA in over-the-counter products, according to her lawsuit.

Swedish Doctors Transplant Wombs Into 9 Women

January 13, 2014 Featured, Health, News, World No Comments
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Swedish doctors transplant wombs into 9 women, will soon transfer embryos into new wombs

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