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We Need To Talk About Sadsturbation

Two ~releases~ in one. So, we need to talk about masturbating when you’re sad, because apparently it’s A Thing. AKA, sadsturbating, mastursobbing, or whatever you want to call using masturbation to distract yourself, to feel better, or to straight up induce a cathartic cry by helping your hormones go haywire through a good ol’ trusty orgasm. It makes sense as ...

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Roche cancer drug taking bite out of Bristol's Opdivo

The office tower of the headquarters of Swiss drugmaker Roche is seen in Basel, Switzerland, December 15, 2016. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann Share this : Email Related 0SHARESShare Tweet

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YouTube videos on contraceptive implants mostly accurate, mostly positive

By Madeline Kennedy (Reuters Health) – The internet is not necessarily a bad place to find information about long-term birth control implants, a study suggests. Young women looking online for information about these devices are likely to find YouTube videos that are fairly accurate and mostly recount positive experiences by implant users, researchers report. Information from internet sites like YouTube ...

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EU food safety body to look again at palm oil health risks

The European Food Safety Authority will re-examine its warning on health risks stemming from palm and other vegetable oils, a spokeswoman at the European body said in light of a recent study expressing less concern than EFSA. Food producers across Europe are closely monitoring independent authorities’ indications on health risks related to palm oil, a low-cost ingredient which is used ...

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Stronger malpractice laws may not prevent surgical complications

By Lisa Rapaport (This Jan. 13 story corrects spelling of Mello, from Mellow, in paragraphs 12 and 13) By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) – More aggressive malpractice climates don’t necessarily protect patients from surgical complications, a new study suggests Supporters of medical malpractice laws that make it easier for patients to sue doctors say these protections are necessary to improve ...

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Pence fires up anti-abortion activists in Washington march

By Ian Simpson | WASHINGTON Vice President Mike Pence fired up tens of thousands of anti-abortion activists gathered in Washington on Friday for the 44th March for Life, celebrating a political shift in their favor with the election of President Donald Trump. “Life is winning again in America,” Pence told the demonstrators on the National Mall, near where Trump was ...

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Patients with type 1 diabetes may need to check ketones more often

A patient takes a blood glucose test during an event aimed to help people with diabetes to cope with their illness at Saint Luka diagnostics medical center in Sofia, November 13, 2012. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov Share this : Email Related 0SHARESShare Tweet

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Appeal right granted in abortion pills case

A mother accused of buying abortion pills online has been granted leave to seek a Judicial Review into a decision to prosecute her. The woman allegedly bought the pills for her teenage daughter. She is accused of procuring and supplying poison with the intent to cause a miscarriage in July 2013. In April 2016, a 21-year-old woman received a suspended ...

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NHS equality boss and Devon CEO faces jail for fraud

A former NHS equality boss has been warned she could face jail for swindling £11,000 by diverting funds to her husband. Paula Vasco-Knight, 53, broke down as she changed her plea on the second day of her trial at Exeter Crown Court. She used £11,072 of NHS cash to pay her husband Stephen, 46, for work on an equality and ...

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