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Fox News
Report: Knowingly exposing others to HIV will no longer be a felony in California
Fox News
FILE 2017: California Governor Jerry Brown attends International Forum on Electric Vehicle Pilot Cities and Industrial Development in Beijing. (Reuters). California's governor, Jerry Brown, on Friday signed a law that lowers the penalty for exposing ...

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Seeing hope: FDA panel considers gene therapy for blindness
ABC News
A girl saw her mother's face for the first time. A boy tore through the aisles of Target, marveling at toys he never knew existed. A teen walked onto a stage and watched the stunned expressions of celebrity judges as he wowed "America's Got Talent ...

Charlotte Observer
Here's a better way to go after breast cancer
Charlotte Observer
Around 40,000 women die from breast cancer each year. Only about 30 percent of cases can be explained by known risk factors like genetics. Research now tells us that pollution accounts for a large number of the rest. October is Breast Cancer Awareness ...

NBC 7 San Diego
Non-Profit Stops Trash Clean-Ups Along San Diego River After Hep. A Outbreak
NBC 7 San Diego
A non-profit focused on keeping trash out of the San Diego River is having to stop major clean-ups with volunteers--the culprit being the ongoing threat of Hepatitis A. Many in the Mission Valley area told NBC 7 they're worried an overwhelming amount ...

BBC News
Singapore scientists reveal origins of durian's pungent aroma
BBC News
One of nature's smelliest secrets may have been revealed, thanks to a dedicated team of durian-loving scientists in Singapore. Researchers have found an odour gene which gives the thorny fruit its notoriously pungent scent. The discovery meant the ...

USA TODAY
Bananas, avocados might prevent heart disease, says study
USA TODAY
Enjoy a banana or slice of avocado toast for breakfast? You might be helping out your heart. A study from the University of Alabama Birmingham found the more potassium in your diet, the less likely your arteries will harden. The study involving mice ...

BBC News
'Sooty birds' reveal hidden US air pollution
BBC News
Soot trapped in the feathers of songbirds over the past 100 years is causing scientists to revise their records of air pollution. US researchers measured the black carbon found on 1,300 larks, woodpeckers and sparrows over the past century. They've ...

BBC News
Gay British Hairdresser Accused Of Deliberately Spreading HIV/AIDS And Taunting Victims
The Daily Caller
A gay British hairdresser is accused of deliberately infecting his sexual partners after he sent them a text saying “I have HIV LOL.” One of his former lovers testified before the Lewes Crown Court in Britain last week that Daryll Rowe, a hairdresser ...

BBC News
Scottish government announces mental health funding boost
BBC News
Mental health services are to be boosted by £500,000 of extra funding, the Scottish government has announced. The funding comes on top of the existing £1,125,000 allocated to NHS 24 for mental health. It will be used to improve the services offered to ...

MERRY JANE
Medical Marijuana Decreases Symptoms for Many
Rocky Mountain Collegian
It's no secret that Colorado legalized marijuana, when citizens passed Amendment 64 in November 2012. This allowed adults over 21 to grow 3 immature and 3 mature marijuana plants legally, and it's no surprise that Colorado's has benefitted from the ...

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