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Some call it 'stealthing,' others call it sexual assault - CNN
(CNN) Some people call it "stealthing" -- a practice where men secretly remove or damage condoms without their partners' knowledge. Others call it sexual assault. But giving it an official name could be a major support for survivors of sexual assault ...

Supply of yellow fever vaccine on pace to run out by summer - Washington Post
U.S. health officials warned Friday that the country's supply of yellow fever vaccine is dwindling and will likely be gone by the summer ? with no way to make more because of a manufacturing problem. The shortage comes at a troubling time. Multiple ...

Father of baby born with terminal illness: 'No changing the fact she would die' - Fox News
In a moving essay on the blogging platform Medium, the father of a baby born without a brain whose story went viral explained the devastating moment he and his wife discovered she would be stillborn. ?We felt cheated,? Royce Young wrote. ?What a total ...

Anti-vaccine groups step up outreach to Minnesota Somali families - Minneapolis Star Tribune
The coalition's message for a meeting planned for Sunday at the Brian Coyle Community Center in Minneapolis: "The epidemic is autism, not measles." By Glenn Howatt and Faiza Mahamud Star Tribune. April 28, 2017 ? 7:18pm. itemprop. Ana Venegas ...

FDA approves Brineura for type of Batten disease - Healio
The FDA has approved cerliponase alfa to curb the loss of ambulation among patients aged 3 years and older diagnosed with late infantile neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis type 2, an extremely rare and fatal autosomal recessive neurodegenerative disorder, ...

Breast surgeon Ian Paterson needlessly harmed patients - BBC News
A breast surgeon who "played God" and carried out "completely unnecessary" operations has been convicted of intentionally wounding patients. Ian Paterson, 59, carried out "extensive, life-changing operations for no medically-justifiable reason". His ...

Drugged driving more fatal than drunk driving, report says - CBS News
For the first time, data shows that drivers killed in car crashes in the United States were more likely to be on drugs than drunk, according a new report. On Wednesday, the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) and the Foundation for Advancing ...

Lamb fetuses can now grow in artificial wombs. Will humans be next? - Los Angeles Times
When babies are born, they draw their first breaths. Those gulps of oxygen trigger the lungs to stop developing. When babies are born prematurely, the same thing happens. But a preemie's lungs are critically underdeveloped. Scientific advancements have ...

The National District Attorneys Association Is Lying About Marijuana - The Daily Chronic
A recently released white paper published by the National District Attorneys Association (NDAA) is calling for the federal government to strictly enforce anti-cannabis laws in states that have regulated its production and distribution for either ...

Yet another dog food lot recalled because it may contain euthanasia drug - fox2now.com
For the first time in its 82-year manufacturing history, Evanger issued a recall. It affects all Hunk of Beef products produced the same week as the tainted can. . Yet another dog food lot recalled because it may contain euthanasia drug. For the first ...

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