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Rabid bat discovery temporarily closes old St. Rose - Kankakee Daily Journal

23.09.2017

Kankakee Daily Journal

Rabid bat discovery temporarily closes old St. Rose
Kankakee Daily Journal
KANKAKEE — The former St. Rose of Lima Church has bats in its belfry. And one found on the ground tested positive for rabies. As a result, services at the Catholic church on Merchant Street have been temporarily suspended, said the Rev. Santos "Sunny" ...

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Today's Google Doodle Honors Chemist Asima Chatterjee - Forbes

23.09.2017

Forbes

Today's Google Doodle Honors Chemist Asima Chatterjee
Forbes
Organic chemist Asima Chatterjee paved the way for Indian women in science and improved the odds of survival for patients with cancer, epilepsy, and malaria. Born in 1917, when India was still a British colony, she grew up in a relatively comfortable ...
Asima Chatterjee: 5 Fast Facts You Need to KnowHeavy.com
Google doodle honours India's first woman to receive PhD in chemistryBusiness Standard
Asima Chatterjee: All You Need to Know About One of India's First Woman Doctorates of Science!The Better India
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Algae on river flowing into Lake Erie prompts warning - WHIO

22.09.2017

WHIO

Algae on river flowing into Lake Erie prompts warning
WHIO
In this Sept. 20, 2017 photo, a catfish surfaces in the algae-filled waters at the end of 113th Street in the Point Place section of North Toledo, Ohio. Health officials in Ohio are telling children, pregnant women and people with certain medical ...
No new farm rules in EPA Lake Erie toxic algae bloom planMLive.com
Protesters pour dead fish, algae water into fountain at One Government CenterWTOL.com

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If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. Especially if a baby is watching - Mason City Globe Gazette

22.09.2017

Mason City Globe Gazette

If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. Especially if a baby is watching
Mason City Globe Gazette
This combination of undated images taken from video provided by Julia Anne Leonard shows a "handoff" of a baby handing the toy to the parent, left, or throwing the toy to the ground during a study conducted by researchers. Children around 15 months old ...
Babies can learn the value of persistence by watching grownups stick with a challenge9NEWS.com
Babies Learn Perseverance by Watching You SweatYahoo Singapore News

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What is the “very disgusting bodily fluid” in Detroit airport soap dispensers? Cops and officials won't say - Boing Boing

22.09.2017

Boing Boing

What is the “very disgusting bodily fluid” in Detroit airport soap dispensers? Cops and officials won't say
Boing Boing
Cleanup crews are removing what police and Detroit Metro Airport officials are describing as an "unusual substance" discovered in the soap dispensers in the bathrooms. They aren't saying exactly what it is, other than a "bodily fluid" that is "very ...
Somebody Allegedly Put Semen In The Detroit Airport Soap DispensersCrave Online
'Unusual substance' found in soap dispensers at major airportWHDH-TV
How Creepy - Whats in my Soap?WAAF.com (blog)
WRIC -Opposing Views -The Sun
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Male scientist confirms what women have been telling men all along - New York Post

22.09.2017

New York Post

Male scientist confirms what women have been telling men all along
New York Post
This just in, from the land of laboratories: Women want more clitoral stimulation during sex, new research finds. You don't say! This “no s - - t, Sherlock” study was conducted by the brilliant minds at the Indiana University School of Public Health ...
Why do some women orgasm more often than others?Men's Fitness
There Is No One Universal Sex Move That Works For All WomenHuffington Post Canada
Study shows four in five women can't orgasm from penetrative sexNEWS.com.au
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Study: HIV Prevention Could Need Cocktail Of Antibodies - WBUR

22.09.2017

WBUR

Study: HIV Prevention Could Need Cocktail Of Antibodies
WBUR
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 strainsTelegraph.co.uk
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Public should've been notified of Flint legionella in June 2014, expert says - MLive.com

22.09.2017

MLive.com

Public should've been notified of Flint legionella in June 2014, expert says
MLive.com
FLINT, MI - Flint residents and hospitals should have been notified of an outbreak in legionella cases and prevented patients from using the city's water in June 2014 - over a year before public health officials issued a warning - an expert testified ...
Ex-official: Legionnaires' seemed tied to Flint water switchMinneapolis Star Tribune
Expert questions why state didn't alert public to Legionnaires' outbreak soonerMichigan Radio
Michigan official faces key hearing in Flint water caseWTNH Connecticut News (press release)
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Even a Little More Activity Could Save Millions of Lives - Philly.com

22.09.2017

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Even a Little More Activity Could Save Millions of Lives
Philly.com
FRIDAY, Sept. 22, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Just a half-hour of physical activity a day could prevent millions of early deaths and cases of heart disease worldwide, a new study says. "Meeting physical activity guidelines by walking for as little as 30 ...
Don't overthink your exercise: just 2.5 hours per week of any kind could help you live longerVox
Moderate physical activity could prevent one in 12 deaths globallyHealio
Any kind of physical activity can help reduce deaths, disease: international studyCTV News
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Excitement bubbles up at BYU as caffeinated soda now on sale - The Morning Journal

22.09.2017

The Morning Journal

Excitement bubbles up at BYU as caffeinated soda now on sale
The Morning Journal
Greg Bird fills his cup with Coca Cola on campus at Brigham Young University on Thursday. According to an online statement from Dean Wright, director of Dining Services, some locations on campus have started serving caffeinated beverages and it will be ...
Mormonism in the News: Getting It Right | August 29 - Mormon NewsroomMormon Newsroom
Church Educational System Honor Code - University Policies - BYUUniversity Policies - BYU

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Cassidy-Graham: An inspired policy idea that came out of the blue - Washington Post

22.09.2017

Washington Post

Cassidy-Graham: An inspired policy idea that came out of the blue
Washington Post
For months, I've been worried about the compelling simplicity of the Democrats' single-payer health-care message. Since President Trump was elected, Senate Republicans have been floundering somewhere between Obamacare and nothing. But an ...

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Smartphone apps can help treat mild depression: study - New York Daily News

22.09.2017

New York Daily News

Smartphone apps can help treat mild depression: study
New York Daily News
Depression is the most common type of mental illness, affecting more than 26% of the U.S. adult population, according to the Centers for Disease Control. (kali9/Getty Images). BY Joe Dziemianowicz. NEW YORK DAILY NEWS. Friday, September 22, 2017, ...
Review: Depression therapy apps make a differenceMobiHealthNews
Efficacy study of apps for depression notes positive impact of cognitive therapy intervenion, mindfulnessMedCity News
Study finds smartphone apps may reduce depressionUPI.com
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Gender stereotypes are destroying girls, and they're killing boys - WHAS 11.com

22.09.2017

WHAS 11.com

Gender stereotypes are destroying girls, and they're killing boys
WHAS 11.com
It doesn't matter where in the world you live. Lessons about gender start early, and they have lifelong consequences. A new study in the Journal of Adolescent Health found many norms around gender, what's expected of boys and girls, become entrenched ...
Macho Man, Little Princess: How Gender Norms Can Harm Kids EverywhereWABE 90.1 FM
Gender Straitjacket: Gender Norms Negatively Affect Young Boys And Girls From 15 CountriesTech Times
Boys, girls enter teens with gender stereotypes — StudyGraphic Online
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The heads of Medicaid in all 50 states are concerned about the latest Republican healthcare bill - Business Insider

22.09.2017

Business Insider

The heads of Medicaid in all 50 states are concerned about the latest Republican healthcare bill
Business Insider
Graham Cassidy Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA), accompanied by Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) and Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY), speaks with reporters following the party luncheons on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., September 19, 2017 ...
Take That, Jimmy KimmelNew York Times
Red-state Medicaid directors sound the alarm about Cassidy-GrahamWashington Post

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CRISPR Used for First Time to Study Gene Function in Human Embryos - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

22.09.2017

Telegraph.co.uk

CRISPR Used for First Time to Study Gene Function in Human Embryos
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
Scientists report the first use of CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing to study gene function in developing human preimplantation embryos. The U.K.-based team, working with colleagues in South Korea, applied the CRISPR/Cas9 system to target the POU5F1 gene, ...
Gene editing of human embryos in UK reveals new fertility clueWDAZ
Genome editing used to alter DNA function in human embryosThe Indian Express
UK scientists edit DNA of human embryosBBC News
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CVS will limit opioid prescriptions to 7 days - CNN

22.09.2017

CNN

CVS will limit opioid prescriptions to 7 days
CNN
(CNN) In a new effort to tackle the deadly opioid addiction crisis in the United States, pharmacy giant CVS announced Friday that it will limit opioid prescriptions to seven days for certain conditions. This restriction will apply to patients who are ...
CVS to limit painkiller prescriptions to a 7-day supplyToday.com
CVS to limit opioid prescriptions to 7 daysChicago Tribune
CVS Health responds to nation's opioid crisisCircleville Herald
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Breast cancer symptoms to look out for - Fox News

22.09.2017

Fox News

Breast cancer symptoms to look out for
Fox News
More than 40,000 women will be killed by breast cancer this year in the U.S., according to the American Cancer Society (ACS). Women face a one-in-37 chance of dying from the disease, which according to the ACS is the second-leading cause of cancer ...
Mighty men think pinkFairbanks Daily News-Miner
Physical activity can help those with cancer too, finds studyTheHealthSite
Real Men Wear Pink Campaign Kicks Offwww.localmemphis.com
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Leukemia patient's perfect donor is in Vietnam but US won't grant visa, family says - CBS News

22.09.2017

CBS News

Leukemia patient's perfect donor is in Vietnam but US won't grant visa, family says
CBS News
The family of a California grandmother says the government is standing in the way of her life-saving cancer treatment. Helen Huynh's doctors say she will die without a stem cell transplant, and while her sister in Vietnam is a perfect match, the U.S ...
Who Is Helen Huynh? The Leukemia Patient's Stem Cell Donor Is Being Denied A VisaBustle

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