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Obamacare website births another glitch

By Mark Russell
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Healthcare | Young families who have successfully navigated the government-created maze to obtain their new “affordable healthcare” plan are now finding that their…

Wanted: Cars that can prevent crashes

By Mark Russell & Rob Holmes
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Transportation | As vehicle safety technology advances, the federal government is studying how to implement these tools to decrease highway fatalities, especially as baby…

Is the ADHD epidemic legit?

Is the ADHD epidemic legit?

By Mark Russell
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Health | A disorder unheard of 35 years ago appears to be epidemic today: 6.4 million children ages 4-17 are diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder…

Rickets: A simple cure, but not an easy fix

By Mark Russell
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Health | The bone-deforming disease rickets is making a comeback in British children. In the last 15 years, the number of reported cases of rickets in hospitalized…

Lamenting Obamacare in the docs lounge

Lamenting Obamacare in the docs lounge

By Mark Russell
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Healthcare | HOT SPRINGS, Ark.—Doctors need a place to hide. Everywhere they go in the hospital someone is tugging at them—patients, families, nurses, drug…

Germ-tainted breast milk sold Craiglist-style

By Mark Russell
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Health | An online market has sprung up to supply the enormous demand for what is being called liquid gold—donor breast milk. But let the buyer beware: Unscreened…

Poop in pill form provides cure for serious illness

By Mark Russell
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Health | A Canadian doctor has formulated a “poop pill” made of a healthy donor’s processed stool to cure a life-threatening illness. As gross as it sounds,

FDA stands firm on gay blood donor ban

By Mark Russell
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Health | Despite pressure from gay rights groups to lift the ban on gay and bisexual men donating blood, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has stood firm, citing…

Can technology make smoking safe?

By Mark Russell
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Health | Electronic cigarettes have seen explosive growth among both adults and minors since they hit the market in 2006. Last year, 7 percent of students in grades 6…

Even the experts struggle

By Mark Russell
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Marriage | Dennis and Barbara Rainey’s 40 years of marriage have not been immune to crisis, but the key has been the way they’ve responded to challenges

Barbershop banter on medical marijuana measure in Arkansas

By Mark Russell
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Politics | HOT SPRINGS, Ark.—Arkansas could be the first Southern state to approve medical marijuana. If Issue Five is approved, patients who live more than five miles…

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