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CNN
Some call it 'stealthing,' others call it sexual assault
CNN
(CNN) Some people call it "stealthing" -- a practice where men secretly remove or damage condoms without their partners' knowledge. Others call it sexual assault. But giving it an official name could be a major support for survivors of sexual assault ...

Minneapolis Star Tribune
5 more cases of measles in Minnesota include first outside Hennepin County
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Pat Pheifer, Star Tribune Somali leaders met Wednesday night in Minneapolis with public-health officials to talk about the current measles outbreak in the metro area. Among those presenting information was Asli Ashkir (at podium), a nurse and ...

PEOPLE.com
Woman Who Once Weighed 1102 Lbs. Leaving Hospital After Successfully Losing 713 Lbs.
PEOPLE.com
After topping out at 1,102 lbs., Eman Ahmed Abd El Aty is leaving the hospital 713 lbs. lighter. El Aty successfully underwent laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy surgery on March 9, and after close to two months in the hospital, she is down to 389 lbs ...

CNN
Drugged driving surpasses drunken driving among drivers killed in crashes, report finds
CNN
(CNN) Driving under the influence of drugs was deadlier in 2015 than driving while drunk, a new report found. Still, some safety experts caution that drunken driving remains a bigger problem and say that drugged driving needs more research. Positive ...

CBS News
Dog food possibly contaminated with euthanasia drug is recalled
CBS News
A Texas-based company has issued a voluntary recall of dog food that may be contaminated with a pet euthanasia drug. According to a statement, the company Party Animal received word from a retailer in Texas of the contamination after a customer ...

The Boston Globe
Partners, Brigham and Women's to pay $10m in research fraud case
The Boston Globe
Partners HealthCare System and one of its hospitals, Brigham and Women's, agreed to pay $10 million to resolve allegations that a stem cell research lab there fraudulently obtained federal grant money, the US attorney's office in Boston said Thursday.

Hindustan Times
Scientists create womb-like device to nurture premature babies
Hindustan Times
The device uses a fluid-filled container to emulate conditions in the womb. The gas circulation is done through the baby's umbilical cord and they breathe in amniotic fluid, just like in the mother's womb. health Updated: Apr 28, 2017 13:42 IST. Anonna ...

WGME
Tick researchers found Powassan virus in these Maine towns
WGME
Marilyn Ruth Snow, a Rockland-area artist, fell ill almost immediately after finding a tick stubbornly embedded in her shoulder that November. She died just weeks later. (Photo of Marilyn Ruth Snow. Source: Burpee, Carpenter and Hutchins Funeral Home).

Telegraph.co.uk
One gym is trading exercise bikes and bench presses for pillows and blankets
Sacramento Bee
There is now a gym class for those who aren't looking for any kind of workout. A gym in Scotland is offering “napercise” classes – a 45-minute nap class. Instead of workout equipment, participants at David Lloyd Clubs get a single bed and soothing ...

Fox News
Parents who carried baby without brain to term say heartbreaking goodbyes
Fox News
Eva Young was born without a brain earlier this month, but not before her parents made her a national hero when they decided to carry her to term to donate her organs and save other babies' lives.

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