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USA TODAY
A woman's tweet about taking a mental health day went viral. Here's why it shouldn't have
USA TODAY
The Internet is fixated on a boss's reply to an employee who took time off for her mental health, and the viral response reveals much of what is right and wrong about mental health care in America. Madalyn Parker, a Michigan web developer at live-chat ...

Popular Science
Yes, coffee drinkers seem to live longer. But don't get too excited.
Popular Science
Coffee seems like one of those things that scientists can't make up their minds about. Like chocolate, or whether koalas are cute or terrifying. To be fair, the way reporters cover coffee studies does make it feel like every coffee researcher out there ...

CBS News
Measles kills 35 children in Europe in "unacceptable tragedy"
CBS News
LONDON -- The World Health Organization says measles has killed 35 children in Europe in the last year, calling it an "unacceptable tragedy" that deaths are being caused by a vaccine-preventable disease. The figure is nearly a threefold increase since ...

The Guardian
Restless development: bad sleep may be evolutionary survival tool, study finds
The Guardian
'Maybe some of the medical issues we have today could be explained not as disorders, but as a relic of an evolutionary past,' said co-author Charlie Nunn. Photograph: Todd Warnock/Corbis/VCG/Getty Images. Science ...

The Hill
House Republicans to offer bill to help parents of critically ill British child
The Hill
House Republicans are stepping in to help the parents of Charlie Gard, the critically ill British child at the center of an international debate over whether the government can make life and death decisions. In an op-ed for Fox News on Tuesday, Reps.

WebMD
Sleep Disturbances Linked to Alzheimer's Risk
WebMD
July 10, 2017 -- Here's another reason to get a good night's sleep: Interrupting a deep phase of sleep appears to cause more of the proteins associated with Alzheimer's disease to collect in your brain, a new study from researchers at Washington ...

Boston Herald
Tufts nurses begin 1-day strike Wednesday morning
My Fox Boston
BOSTON - Registered nurses at Tufts Medical Center have announced a one-day strike after failing to reach an agreement with the hospital. The Massachusetts Nurses Association represents 1,200 RNs at Tufts, and in a release said this will be the largest ...

Crux: Covering all things Catholic
Gluten and Communion: What's a celiac to do?
Crux: Covering all things Catholic
A layperson affected by celiac disease who is unable to receive even a low-gluten host may receive Communion under the species of wine only. A priest in a similar situation, when taking part in a concelebration, may with permission of the Ordinary ...

U.S. News & World Report
Florida boy, 3, in body cast for jumping on trampoline
ABC News
In this June 26, 2017 photo provided by Eddie Hill, Hill's son Colton is comforted while lying in a hospital bed at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg, Fla. The 3-year-old Florida boy is in a cast from the waist down for an injury ...

Washington Post
Surprising numbers of kids at risk for toxic stress damage
Fox News
Research suggests persistent stress in young children can become toxic, causing brain changes that can interfere with learning and lead to disease in adulthood. It's unknown how many children and adults have been harmed by toxic stress but data show ...

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