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Judge halts Ohio law that blocked funds for Planned Parenthood

6 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

A federal judge in Cincinnati temporarily blocked the implementation of a state law that would have effectively de-funded 28 Ohio Planned Parenthood clinics, in a ruling on Monday. U.S. District Judge Michael Barrett granted a two-week stay halting the diversion of federal funding in a ruling on a...

This is why the city attorney's office is making sure women know their reproductive rights

The Los Angeles city attorney's office announced Monday that it is aggressively enforcing a new state law requiring pregnancy clinics to inform clients of their reproductive rights. City Atty. Mike Feuer said his office is working in coordination with the Los Angeles County Department of Consumer...

Officer Found not Guilty in Freddie Gray Case, Planned Parenthood Evacuated over Chemicals, Bank Housing Fraud Judgment Overturned: P.M. Links

8 hours agoNews : Reason

Baltimore Police Officer Edward Nero has been found not guilty of all charges for playing any role in the death of Freddie Gray in police custody last year. A Planned Parenthood clinic in Florida was evacuated (and seven people hospitalized) over exposure to what appears to be cleaning chemicals. Show More Summary

A Billion Tobacco Deaths Unless Substantial Changes

World leaders in tobacco control and treatment, international and national grantees, and health care professionals are gathered at Mayo Clinic for the Global Tobacco Dependence Treatment Summit 2016 to discuss the impact of health care...Show More Summary

Mayo Clinic Radio: Headaches/Ebola Update/Newborn Care

Tune in this week for an encore performance of Mayo Clinic Radio. A headache is usually just a minor inconvenience. But, some headaches, including migraines, can ruin your whole day. In the next episode of Mayo Clinic Radio, neurologist Dr. Michael Cutrer discusses the different types of headache, what causes them and how they're treated. Also […]

#MayoClinicRadio podcast 5/21/16

Listen: Mayo Clinic Radio 05-21-16 On Mayo Clinic Radio this week, we discuss Arthritis Awareness Month, Osteoporosis Awareness Month and Lupus Awareness Month. Rheumatologist Dr. John Davis III will talk about diagnosing and treating arthritis. Show More Summary

SHOCK AUDIO=> 911 Call: Aborted Baby Was Moving, Breathing

A newly released 911 call revealed tense moments in an abortion clinic after workers found a moving, breathing baby after... The post SHOCK AUDIO=> 911 Call: Aborted Baby Was Moving, Breathing appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

BREAKING: Chilling 911 call released: ‘The fetus is breathing!’ says abortion clinic staff

'Oh my God, this fetus is moving!' said a nurse who put the baby on a scale to weigh the 'remains.'

GW Receives $2Million for Phase 1 Clinical Trial to Test Hookworm Vaccines in Endemic Area

Researchers from the GW School of Medicine and Health Sciences received a $2.1 million U01 grant from the NIH to begin work on a phase 1 clinical trial to test a hookworm vaccine in an endemic area of Brazil.

She is Opening a New Late-Term Abortion Clinic: “We’re Going to Go Further”

At the same time when Oklahoma lawmakers are trying to stop abortions altogether in their state, Julie Burkhart is working to expand them. Burkhart plans to open a new, late-term abortion business in Oklahoma City this summer, according to Rolling Stone. The businesswoman has a shady reputation, having once run an abortion clinic for late-term […]

Irony Overload: Baby Food Spill Causes Evacuation at Sarasota Planned Parenthood

The strange substance known known as baby food was so foreign to workers they fled the building in horror. Uncapped cleaning chemicals and a baby food spill combined to create a scare at Sarasota’s Planned Parenthood clinic Monday morning. County and city … Continued

Investigational CDK4/6 inhibitor abemaciclib is active against a range of cancer types

Bottom Line: The investigational anticancer therapeutic abemaciclib, which targets CDK4 and CDK6, showed durable clinical activity when given as continuous single-agent therapy to patients with a variety of cancer types, including breast...Show More Summary

Dana-Farber research presented at 2016 ASCO conference

The 52nd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) will include more than 70 research presentations by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute investigators and will attract as many as 30,000 oncology professionals from around the world. Show More Summary

Florida Planned Parenthood clinic evacuated; 6 treated

SARASOTA, Fla. (AP) — A Planned Parenthood clinic in Florida has been evacuated because of an unknown substance, and six people have been taken to a hospital for evaluation. Sarasota Police Department spokeswoman Genevieve Judge said in a news release that 38 people inside were evacuated at 10:45 a.m. Monday. Two hazardous materials teams responded. […]

Mayo Clinic Minute: Helping Kids Make Strides to Better Health

A girl from Nigeria says she has a new future ahead, after a life-changing trip to Mayo Clinic. The new Limb Lengthening and Regeneration Clinic, which incorporates many medical specialties, enabled doctors to restore her legs to normal, so that she might enjoy the simple steps that most take for granted. Dennis Douda reports. Watch: The Mayo […]

Picnic Safety: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

As the weather warms up, we're getting outside more.  Cookouts and picnics can be a great way to spend time with friends and family.  In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, dietitian, Katherine Zeratsky has some tips on how to keep your food safe to eat while outdoors. To listen, click the link below. Picnic […]

7 Pillars of Personal Strength Help Cancer Patients Thrive

As an 18-year brain tumor survivor with three awake brain surgeries, radiation, chemotherapy, and clinical trials including immunotherapy with a dendritic cell vaccine, I've gone through many experiences to stay alive. The cancer journey can be complicated and complex. Show More Summary

Cutting-edge findings in cannabis research

Berlin, 20 May 2016 - New evidence for the clinical efficacy of cannabis therapy is presented in the latest issue of the Journal of Basic and Clinical Physiology and Pharmacology (JBCPP), a De Gruyter publication. The authors have studied cannabis therapy for many years at international research centers, examining its effects, potential applications, and risks. read more

Warrant Issues For Suspect In Fire That Destroyed Montreal Gender-Confirmation Clinic

14 hours agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

A warrant has been issued for a suspect in the fire that damaged a Montreal gender-confirmation clinic/

Despite Pressing Need, Survey Finds Most Americans Unlikely to Enroll in Clinical Trials

The lack of participation in clinical research may be the Achilles' heel of today's cancer community. According to a new survey of more than 1,500 consumers and nearly 600 physicians conducted on behalf of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK), only 35 percent of Americans indicated that they were "likely" to enroll in a clinical trial. Show More Summary

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