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Washington Post
She rejected chemotherapy and chose to die of cancer — so she could give birth to her child
Washington Post
The headaches began sometime in March. They didn't think much of them, other than that they were possible migraines — until she started vomiting. An initial scan showed a mass in Carrie DeKlyen's brain. More tests showed that it was a form of cancer, ...

Atlanta Journal Constitution
Want better sleep? Keep your pet in your bedroom, study says
Atlanta Journal Constitution
If you're looking for ways to rest better at night, your dog may be able to help. Keeping your pets in your bedroom could improve your quality of sleep, according to new research. »RELATED: Want better sleep? Cut down on binge-watching, study says.

WZZM
Michigan medical pot shops may have to close
WZZM
Kirk Reid worries that a state licensing board will force him back into the shadows. The Ann Arbor resident has been a medical marijuana card holder since 2009 and has been depending on pot dispensaries in Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor to get the product ...

NEWS.com.au
Famous Viking warrior burial revealed to be that of a woman
NEWS.com.au
HE was tall. He was powerful. The Viking warrior was buried with sword, spear, shield and battle knives. There was one problem. Jamie Seidel. News Corp Australia NetworkSeptember 10, 20177:08pm. Video; Image ...

The Independent
Regular bleach use linked to increased risk of fatal lung disease, says study
The Independent
The regular use of disinfectant cleaning products such as bleach has been linked to an increased risk of developing fatal lung conditions, researchers said. A study by Harvard University and the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research ...

New Atlas
Can AI detect homosexuality from a facial image? And should it?
New Atlas
A study published late last week from two Stanford researchers has caused shockwaves around the world. The duo reportedly developed a neural network that could detect the sexual orientation of a person just by studying a single facial image. The ...

CBC.ca
'In the picture of my life, I don't exist': Calgary city councillor shares personal struggles with suicide
CBC.ca
A Calgary city councillor tweeted about his personal struggles with years of suicidal bouts, for the first time, on World Suicide Prevention Day and says it's time to fight the stigma. "I just broke the back of a 4.5 yr deep depression, with many days ...

The Denver Post
Hurricanes drive addiction issues into public square
The Denver Post
Disasters cause stress, and stress can cause relapse for people struggling with addiction, whether their problem is alcohol, tobacco, pills or heroin. Share this: Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) · Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new ...

The Guardian
Can too little sleep ruin your relationship?
The Guardian
Lack of shut-eye has long been linked to a range of serious health problems. Now a study confirms that it can also be at the root of strife between couples. Couple in bed together. Lack of sleep has been shown to make for more toxic rows between partners.

TheHealthSite
4 things to know about Celiac Disease
TheHealthSite
Celiac Disease is a global disease that affects almost 0.7% of the world's population. In India, about 6 to 8 million Indians are estimated to suffer from this disease, and its prevalence in the North Indian community is 1 in 100. In a bid to discuss ...

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