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Midday Roundup: Violent offender charged in grisly family murder

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | In custody. The man accused of murdering six family members execution-style in a Houston suburb on Wednesday wanted to find his ex-wife, the sister of one of…

A new weapon in the war on ‘superbugs’

By Mark Russell
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Health | Canadian scientists have proven that a simple fungus found in a dirt sample is the key to killing some of the newest strains of antibiotic-resistant bacteria…

Stop eating red meat but don't worry about abortion

Stop eating red meat but don't worry about abortion

By Julie Borg
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Science | Research suggesting a possible, slight link between the consumption of too much red meat in early adulthood and breast cancer received much media attention…

Reversing the Down syndrome abortion trend

By Ryan Hill
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Abortion | Bunny Blackburn’s voice grew tender as she talked about the birth of her son in Nashville, Tenn. Michael arrived with an incomplete esophagus and a stomach…

Google has your browsing history, now it wants your medical history

By Mark Russell
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Health | Google is the latest technology powerhouse to throw its hat into the personal health arena. Google Fit, unveiled Wednesday, is the company’s version of a…

Relief by the volt

By Daniel James Devine
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Technology | Implantable medical devices for chronic pain are shrinking in size and growing in popularity

Midday Roundup: Gay marriage finds another GOP ally

By Lynde Langdon
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Newsworthy | Going public. Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, publicly announced her support for same-sex marriage Wednesday, shortly after receiving an endorsement from a major…

Liberty and the pursuit of marijuana happiness

By Kristen Eicher
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Health | WASHINGTON—Marijuana has been decriminalized and legalized for recreational use in Washington and Colorado, while New York is set to become the 23rd state…

New virus slams Caribbean, threatens Florida

By Lynde Langdon
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Health | A mosquito-borne virus that causes debilitating joint pain has nearly saturated the Caribbean and threatens to spread to Florida. The non-fatal virus, called…

Congress to Dr. Oz: Stop pushing phony supplements

By Allie Hulcher
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Health | WASHINGTON—Mehmet Oz, the popular TV personality known as Dr. Oz, admitted Tuesday that some products he features on his shows are merely crutches for…

Researchers experimented on premies without telling their parents

By Julie Borg
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Health | Shawn and Carrie Pratt never dreamed they were putting their premature baby, already struggling for life in the Duke University Hospital neonatal…

Web Reads: Flush for life

By Susan Olasky
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Newsworthy | The importance of toilets. Could there be something in Muslim and Hindu religious codes that makes Muslims in India more likely to use toilets than Hindus? A…

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