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  • BreakingRacist abuse reported on the rise in UK after Brexit vote
    Racial abuse is on the rise in post-Brexit Britain, a Conservative British MP said as police confirmed they were investigating several racially motivated crimes.
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  • BreakingIs Trump hurting himself?
    Donald Trump won't allow himself to catch a break.
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  • BreakingMore than 40 killed in Yemen suicide attacks
    At least 42 people, mostly soldiers and one child, were killed when attackers launched four suicide car bombings at security targets in a major Yemeni city, two senior government officials told CNN.
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  • BreakingDemocrats release Benghazi report
    Democrats on Monday pre-empted the upcoming release of a Republican-led House Select Committee report on Benghazi by issuing their own version of a probe into the 2012 terror attack that killed four Americans on Hillary Clinton's watch as secretary o…
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      Less than half of ovarian cancer patients survive more than five years after their diagnosis but surgery can help.
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    • BreakingOfficials working with water park after amoeba kills woman
      A water park in North Carolina where a deadly amoeba was found in the water after the death of an Ohio woman, will not be reopening for several weeks.
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    • Abortion ruling draws strong reactions in Texas
      The U.S. Supreme Court handed a victory to supporters of abortion rights Monday morning. In Texas, where Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt originated, reactions were strong and divided.
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      What started as a family meal turned into the surprise of a lifetime for cancer patient Carol Cesario.
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      Researchers now have a broader understanding of the health disparities suffered by gay, lesbian and bisexual people. A recent study found that these groups are more likely to suffer psychological distress, heavy drinking and heavy cigarette smoking.…
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    • The surprising history of abortion in the United States
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    • Girls fight eating disorders together
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    • What does Brexit mean for UK health care?
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    • The next LGBT cause: gun control
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    • The man who's changing how Colombians define 'disabled'
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    • CDC report reveals magnitude of Flint water crisis
      The residents of Flint, Michigan, continue to face an unprecedented crisis over lead in water. Today, a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention makes clear how much damage was done.
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    • Face to face with a mass gunman
      Six rapid shots from a rifle -- Santa Monica Police Officer Robert Sparks, a former SWAT officer, knew the sound instantly.
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    • 'Pronoia' and other emotions you never knew you had
      Scientists believe that if you put a name to a feeling, it can help that feeling become less overwhelming. Explore a list of 10 extremely precise words for emotions.
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    • Worldwide drug use steady, but heroin on rise in U.S., U.N. report says
      Worldwide, drug use has remained steady over the past four years, according to a report released today by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. However, researchers found that heroin use in the United States is up 145% since 2007.
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    • In a driverless car accident, who dies?
      Driverless cars pose a serious "social dilemma" when it comes to safety, according to new research.
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    • Australia's mass shootings dropped to zero after gun reforms
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    • CDC panel recommends against using FluMist vaccine
      Flu vaccines are about to get more painful. A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advisory committee recommended on Wednesday that FluMist, the nasal spray influenza vaccine, should not be used during the upcoming flu season.
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      Some consumers who use health insurance copays to buy prescription drugs are paying far more than they should be and would be better off paying with cash, especially for generics.
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      If you had asked me 20 years ago where I would be, I never would have imagined I would be a physician working at UCLA Health, one of the best medical centers in the country. For over 25 years, my physical disability threatened to define who I was an…
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    • Demands for abortions up as Zika spreads
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    • Can you get Zika from kissing?
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      Daytime turns to dusk as Natalie St. Clair's phone lights up with text messages. They come from clients across the vast Lone Star State.
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