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With FDA approval, fight ends over morning-after pill – Los Angeles Times



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With FDA approval, fight ends over morning-after pill
Los Angeles Times
The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday approved the emergency contraceptive Plan B One-Step for use without a prescription or age restrictions, effectively ending more than a decade of legal and regulatory wrangling over the controversial 
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35 Percent Women Globally Are Subjected to Physical or Sexual Violence, WHO … – Headlines & Global News



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35 Percent Women Globally Are Subjected to Physical or Sexual Violence, WHO
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According to a report released by the World Health Organization (WHO), 35 percent of women globally are subjected to either physical or sexual violence. The existence of violence against women doesn't come as surprising news. However, researchers are 
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Intimate partner violence affects 30% of women worldwide: WHOLos Angeles Times
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Norovirus Warning: 200 Yellowstone, Grand Teton Parl Visitors Left Sick – Nature World News



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Norovirus Warning: 200 Yellowstone, Grand Teton Parl Visitors Left Sick
Nature World News
A electron microscope image of a coronavirus is seen in this undated picture provided by the Health Protection Agency in London February 19, 2013. (Photo : Reuters). Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks are fighting an outbreak of norovirus, the 
National Parks Raise Guard Against VirusNew York Times
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Three-year-old Charlotte boy hears for the first time – WBTV



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Three-year-old Charlotte boy hears for the first time
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Pop singer Nick Lachey, who is in town for a concert in uptown Charlotte on Wednesday night, rolled into town and immediately hit Twitter with his thoughts. "Just pulled into Charlotte and saw the @chiquitaMore >>. Pop singer Nick Lachey, who is in town for 
Toddler hears father's voice for the first timeNBCNews.com
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New implant helps boy hear for first timeCNN International
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National Parks Raise Guard Against Virus – New York Times



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National Parks Raise Guard Against Virus
New York Times
DENVER — David Breskin was in line for the breakfast buffet at the Old Faithful Inn at Yellowstone National Park this week when he noticed something unusual: hotel employees in gloves were handing out plates and serving eggs and French toast. National 
Yellowstone, Grand Teton park visitors warned of spike in sicknessesCNN
Norovirus Outbreak at Yellowstone Highlights Camping Health HazardsABC News
Virus sickens 200 at Yellowstone, Grand Teton parksReuters
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Nearly 1 in 4 stroke survivors develop PTSD, study shows – USA TODAY



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Nearly 1 in 4 stroke survivors develop PTSD, study shows
USA TODAY
About one in nine stroke or mini-stroke patients have chronic PTSD more than a year later, a new study finds. Brain stroke. An MRI scan of the brain can show a stroke. (Photo: Photo Disc). Story Highlights. PTSD may hinder recovery after a stroke or mini- 
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PTSD Plagues One In Four Survivors Of StrokeKERA News
PTSD strikes one in four stroke survivorsCBS News
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FDA expands "morning after" pill approval after court order – Reuters



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FDA expands "morning after" pill approval after court order
Reuters
Thu Jun 20, 2013 6:46pm EDT. (Reuters) – The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Thursday expanded its approval of the so-called "morning after" contraceptive pill to include all women of child-bearing age to comply with an order from a U.S. District court 
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HPV Cases on the Decline – OzarksFirst.com



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HPV Cases on the Decline
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Cases of the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) have gone down significantly since a vaccine approved by the FDA in 2006.The rates of the four types of HPV covered by vaccines have decreased 56% in young girls. Although only about a third of girls have gotten 
HPV Vaccine Is Credited in Fall of Teenagers' Infection RateNew York Times
HPV vaccine reduces cancer virus in girls by 56%USA TODAY
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Severe egg allergy? There’s now a flu shot for you – Boston.com



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Severe egg allergy? There's now a flu shot for you
Boston.com
ATLANTA (AP) — People with serious egg allergies may no longer have to worry about flu shots. A federal advisory panel on Thursday said a new vaccine that's made without eggs is an option for adults with severe allergies. Current flu shots are made from 
ACIP recommends flu vaccine option for those with egg allergiesCIDRAP

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Samaritans honor those with Alzheimer’s on longest day – USA TODAY


Samaritans honor those with Alzheimer's on longest day
USA TODAY
In an effort to end the disease, the Alzheimer's Association is hosting The Longest Day, where hundreds of teams are challenging themselves and raising money on the longest day of the year. Rachel DeGrand and Kim Maas. Last year, dynamic duo Rachel 
Alzheimer's: The Longest DayWDTN
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GF event raises awareness of Alzheimer'sGrand Forks Herald

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