Bipartisan Group Of Governors Warns Senate Not To Pass ‘Skinny’ Repeal Bill

A bipartisan group of 10 governors wrote a letter Wednesday urging the Senate to reject a proposed “skinny” health care bill that Republican leaders are now trying feverishly to pass. And if the collective voice of so many governors doesn’t get the attention of GOP leaders, the letter’s endorsement by one particular Republican governor might. It’s Brian Sandoval, from Nevada. He ...

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1 Dead, 7 Injured After Ride Malfunctions At Ohio State Fair

One person was killed and at least seven others injured when a ride malfunctioned Wednesday night at the Ohio State Fair in Columbus. The accident occurred at 7:19 p.m.  local time on a ride known as “Fireball,” according to local news station WKBW. As seen in a bystander’s video, a part of the mechanical ride came loose as the fast-moving ...

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Here's How World Leaders Reacted To Trump's Transgender Military Ban

President Donald Trump’s tweets on Wednesday forbidding transgender people from serving in the U.S. military sent a shock to America’s LGBTQ community.  As Americans reacted with concern and disappointment, leaders from countries around the world used the moment to share a message of their own to LGBTQ communities that bravely serve in their country’s armed forces. Trump said the military ...

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Scientists hope fish clues aid spinal cord injury treatment

Edinburgh scientists hope the results of a study into the nervous systems of a species of small exotic fish could hold clues to new therapies for people with paralysing spinal cord injuries. Edinburgh University researchers said they have uncovered a “vital mechanism” in the damaged spines of zebrafish that helps nerve connections to regrow. Zebrafish can regain full movement within ...

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Antibody helps keep man's HIV at bay for 10 months

An experimental therapy has held back one man’s HIV infection for 10 months, doctors have reported. He was one of 18 people in a small trial testing injections of “broadly neutralising antibodies” – the natural weapons of the immune system. They delayed the resurgence of the virus in other participants by around two weeks. The findings are being presented at ...

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Diabetic sight loss cut by screening, research shows

The proportion of diabetics who go blind or suffer sight loss has almost halved since a new national retinopathy screening programme started in 2007. Swansea University research over eight years has now been published in the British Medical Journal. New certifications for severe sight impairment have fallen from 31.3 to 15.8 per 100,000 people. Diabetics aged over 12 are offered ...

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Charlie Gard parents hold private talks about his end of life care

The parents of terminally-ill Charlie Gard have agreed he should spend his final days in a hospice. Connie Yates and Chris Gard originally asked to be allowed to take their son home to die, after ending their legal case on Monday to seek therapy abroad. For practical reasons, Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) said a hospice was the most appropriate ...

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Life As A Cancer Mom

We are coming to the end of the tunnel – but where is the light? I can’t find it. I don’t see it. Our family was tossed into 0SHARESShare Tweet Click here to Read from the source

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