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Israeli Forces Kill Dozens Of Palestinians As Protests Intensify Over U.S. Embassy In Jerusalem
By Nidal al-Mughrabi and Jeffrey Heller, Reuters
In Gaza, Palestinian protests quickly turned into bloodshed.
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The CDC May Have Ruined Poppyseed Muffins Forever With Gross Tick Photo
"A TOTAL ITCH HUNT!"
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Mosquito- And Tick-Borne Diseases Have Tripled, But The CDC Won't Say It's Climate Change
We're totally unprepared to address what comes next.
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CDC Ramps Up Romaine Warnings After E. Coli Death
So far, 121 illnesses have been reported across 25 states.
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CDC Director Requests Salary Cut After Scrutiny Over High Pay
Dr. Robert Redfield, who was hired in March, was receiving nearly double what his predecessor earned.
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Jessica Chastain Sums Up The Problem With The Phrase 'Be A Man' In 1 Tweet
"The old fashioned stereotype doesn't work," the actress tweeted.
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CDC Warns People To Steer Clear Of Romaine As E. Coli Outbreak Spreads
So far, 53 people in 16 states have been infected.
Body Of CDC Scientist Missing Since February Found In Georgia River
No foul play is suspected in the death of Timothy Cunningham, 35, who is believed to have drowned.
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U.S. Tuberculosis Cases Are The Lowest In Years, But It's Still A Threat
The treatable and curable disease is on the rise in New York City, and an alarming number of latent cases are lurking.
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America Has A Massive Hepatitis A Problem, And No One Is Talking About It
The potentially deadly disease is on the rise in homeless and drug-using populations across the country.
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The Big Problem With Paul Ryan's Call For 'Facts And Data' After Florida Shooting
By law, they're hard to come by.
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14 Worms Removed From Oregon Woman's Eye
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OxyContin Drugmaker Vows To Stop Promoting Opioids To Doctors
Purdue Pharma also said it will cut its sales force by about half.
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Flu Hospitalizations Highest In Nearly A Decade
The United States is now 10 weeks into the current flu season, which is expected to last for at least several more weeks.
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Publix Accused Of Refusing To Cover HIV Prevention Drug For Staff
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Some suggest the supermarket chain denied the request on anti-LGBTQ grounds.
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Head Of CDC Steps Down After Purchasing Tobacco Stocks
The federal agency leads the national fight against smoking.
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The Trump Administration Is Dropping The Ball On HIV/AIDS
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From inaction to outright sabotage, the White House is endangering hard-won progress toward ending the epidemic.
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The Real Causes Of Depression Have Been Discovered, And They're Not What You Think
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To deal with depression, you need to deal with its underlying causes.
The Benefits Of Recess Are Proven By Science -- So Why Are Teachers Taking It Away?
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Originally published on Motherly. By Annamarya Scaccia When it comes to classroom discipline, each school has its own set
5 Missing In Explosion At Oklahoma Drilling Site
By Bryan Sims, Reuters
Cause of the explosion remains unknown.
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Sushi Fanatic Rethinks Raw Fish After Pulling 5-Foot Tapeworm From Body
A doctor suspects it came from improperly prepared raw salmon.
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This Flu Season Is The Worst Possible Time For A Government Shutdown
Health care professionals rely on the statistics the federal government tracks.
Serena Williams Writes About The Reality Many Black Mothers Face When Giving Birth
She shared a cute video of her daughter while discussing the serious topic.
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Flu Season Is Hitting Especially Early, Prompting Concerns From Health Officials
This season's most common strain is particularly deadly to the very young and very old, officials warn.
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'Political' Science: It’s Déja Vu All Over Again
Jonathan R. Cole
John Mitchell Mason Professor of the University, Columbia Univ...
Wolfgang Panofsky, the National Medal of Science-winning physicist and son of the great art historian Erwin Panofsky, once
American Parents Are Giving Babies Regular Food Far Too Soon
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Embrace the excuse not to share your food with your kid while you have it.
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