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Should States Ban Abortions When Down Syndrome Diagnosed?
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Ohio lawmakers are considering a bill that would ban abortions in cases where tests or diagnosis indicate Down syndrome in the fetus. Sept. 24, 2017, at 11:05 a.m.. Should States Ban Abortions When Down Syndrome Diagnosed?

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Travelers beware: Meth-laced 7Up reportedly causes death in Mexico
Washington Post
Methamphetamine-laced 7Up has reportedly caused one death and sent seven other people to the hospital in northern Mexico, prompting warnings to travelers from U.S. health professionals. Mexican authorities have removed the soft drink from shelves in ...
Meth in Your 7-Up: Here Are the Symptoms to Look Out For in Contaminated Mexican SodaNewsweek
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7Up gets a new ingredient in Mexico—methArs Technica
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Study: Men With This Face Are More Likely To Cheat
Sorry SpongeBob Square Pants. You too Yoda. Some people are on to your wandering eyes. According to a new study published in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior, men with a high facial width-to-height ratio (FWHR) may have higher sex drives and ...
Facial features could predict sex drive
Huge discovery about sex shocks scientistsBABW News
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Thousands at Komen Race for the Cure celebrate, mourn those in breast cancer fight
Breast cancer survivor Kathy Gurden reactions during a survivors gathering followed by a dove release at the 26th annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. The Newport Beach event was held on Sunday, Sept. 24. (Photo by Cindy Yamanaka, Orange ...
Race for the Cure honors breast cancer victims,
Survivors and supporters leading the way at 24th annual Race for the CureWNWO NBC 24
Thousands participate in OC Susan G. Komen Race for The CureKABC-TV

The Guardian
Fighting the flu can be a matter of life and death – so what more can we do?
The Guardian
The spike in flu cases is a pattern that plays out globally every 10 to 15 years. Photograph: David Cheskin/PA. Health. Fighting the flu can be a matter of life and death – so what more can we do? Australia is coming out of its most deadly influenza ...

Study: HIV Prevention Could Need Cocktail Of Antibodies
It takes a cocktail of drugs to treat HIV. It could take a cocktail of antibodies to prevent HIV as well, suggests a study by Boston-based researchers published this week in Science Translational Medicine. I spoke to researcher Dr. Dan Barouch ...
New antibody may finally defeat HIVAOL
Newly Engineered Antibody Can Fight Back Against 99% of HIV StrainsScienceAlert
Scientific breakthrough sees creation of antibody that attacks 99 per cent of HIV
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Sleep Deprivation May Treat Depression. But Would It Ever Be Prescribed?
I cover health, medicine, psychology and neuroscience. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. The idea that sleep deprivation might treat depression isn't new. Studies for a number of years have attested to this connection, ...
Robotic Dentist Implants 3D Printed Teeth in Woman's Mouth in Autonomous Surgery
We've all volunteered for things in our lives, whether it's something we want to do or something we may not be super excited about. Many volunteers are needed in the medical field to test out new technology – how would we know it's possible to ...
LOOK: Robot In China Successfully Performs Dental Surgery On Living PersonTech Times
Chinese robot carries out world's first fully automated dental implantInternational Business Times UK
This Chinese robot dentist completed its first ever operation without any human!SAMAA TV News Pakistan
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