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VIDEO: You steal the boy's chemo medicine from the porch

SUMMMERLIN, Nev. – A Nevada boy fighting for cancer makes a public charge when someone has stolen his chemotherapy drug right at his porch. Home surveillance shows a man tearing two packages from his front door in Summerlin. Gage Haynes, 14, told KLAS TV, he takes eight pills called Ryedapt every day. "I have systemic mastocytosis. It is a rare …

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Texas ICE facility, health officials say several cases have been confirmed

Health officials on Saturday confirmed seven mumps cases at a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) facility in Houston The Houston Health Department said in a press release that the cases involved seven adults who were detained during their infectious period – meaning there was no evidence that anyone outside the facility was infected "Since these individuals were isolated inside …

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Parents Protest Kids' Right To Get Sick From Preventable Illness

Hundreds of conspiracy theorists in Washington state met Friday to protest against vaccinating kids. Approximately 700 people gathered for a public hearing in Olympia on a bill that would put more requirements on families attempting to back out of mandatory vaccinations for children, The Washington Post reported. The bill would not be used to make it harder for children to …

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Scientists believe that studies used organs harvested from executed Chinese prisoners

Many papers on organ transplants published in English-language academic journals do not meet international ethical standards because they use research involving organs that may have been harvested from executed Chinese prisoners, suggesting an Australian-led investigation. Researchers from Macquarie University examined papers published in peer reviewed journals between 2000 and 2017 using mainland China research on Chinese organ transplants. Human rights …

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Report: Henderson 5th grade dies from flu | Las Vegas Local Breaking News, Headlines

HENDERSON, Nevada (FOX5) – A Henderson elementary school student died from influenza, according to the Clark County Coroner's office. The coroner said 10-year-old Anthony Springer of Henderson died Thursday. The fifth-grade student's school, Vanderburg Elementary sends out to parents Friday informing them of Springer's death saying, "We will always remember this student as part of our school family. +1                         …

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The Best Time To Take Probiotics Every Day

Yes, timing does matter, but it's only one piece in the overall puzzle of making sure probiotics are able to do their job well. Let us explain "With probiotics, it's all about survival," Vincent Pedre, M.D., gut health specialist and medical director of Pedre Integrative Health, customs mbg. "These delicate microorganisms must survive several obstacles: the manufacturing process, life, and …

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