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Danger at Your Doctor's Office

Danger at Your Doctor's Office

19 days ago   |   Health

In 1999, Susan Sheridans husband, Pat, went in for surgery to remove a tumor in his neck. After the surgery, the neuro­surgeon gave the Eagle, Idaho, couple great news: The...
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Racist ‘It's Okay To Be White' Flyers Posted On Several College Campuses

Racist ‘It's Okay To Be White' Flyers Posted On Several College Campuses

1 month ago   |   Scary Mommy

Students and faculty at the University of South Carolina found them on a clear Thursday morning, the first of November. They were quickly removed - more people heard about them...
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AI toilets which scan your urine and faeces could one day 'pick up on diseases earlier'

AI toilets which scan your urine and faeces could one day 'pick up on diseases earlier'

1 month ago   |   Daily Mail

Sanjay Mehrotra, chief executive of Micron Technology in Idaho, made the claim at the Techonomy conference in San Francisco this week.
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Voters in Three States Say Yes to Medicaid Expansion

1 month ago   |   MedPageToday

It's a go in Idaho, Nebraska, and Utah; a "no" in Montana
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Three Deep Red States Vote to Expand Medicaid

1 month ago   |   NY Times

Idaho, Nebraska and Utah are set to join 33 others that have already expanded the program under Obamacare to give free health coverage to most low income residents.
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Elementary Teachers Dress Up As Mexicans And The Border Wall For Halloween

Elementary Teachers Dress Up As Mexicans And The Border Wall For Halloween

1 month ago   |   Scary Mommy

To say these costumes are in poor taste would be the understatement of the century Every year, there seem to be a handful of costumes that go viral that leave us all scratching...
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Gun store owner marshals voters to expand Medicaid in Idaho

1 month ago   |   News Medical

Standing outside the gun shop she co-owns, next to her SUV sporting "NRA" on the license plate, Christy Perry pledges full support for President Donald Trump.
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Data analytics, telemedicine aid in cancer survivorship care

1 month ago   |   Healio

PHOENIX - Innovative programs that use data analytics and telemedicine aim to address challenges of providing critical cancer survivorship care, according to two presentations...
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Trader Joe's salads, Mary's Harvest wraps recalled for risk from corn

Trader Joe's salads, Mary's Harvest wraps recalled for risk from corn

1 month ago   |   Food Safety   |   4 articles

Mary's Harvest Fresh Foods Inc. is recalling its branded wrap sandwiches and Trader Joe's brand salads because they include corn from a third-party supplier that might be...
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Conjoined twins are preparing to celebrate their birthday after doctors gave them 24 hours to live

Conjoined twins are preparing to celebrate their birthday after doctors gave them 24 hours to live

1 month ago   |   Daily Mail

Callie and Carter Torres, of Blackfoot, Idaho, were born in January 2017 attached at the pelvis. Their parents shun separation surgery, insisting the sisters are stronger together.
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Obamacare Will 'Likely' Survive Judge's Ruling, Obama Tweets

Obamacare Will 'Likely' Survive Judge's Ruling, Obama Tweets

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BREAKING: Obamacare ruled unconstitutional by federal judge. era of forced...

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New study explains why having a lower calorie intake is healthier for you

New study explains why having a lower calorie intake is healthier for you

A study from the University of Geneva backs the age-old knowledge that losing weight requires reducing your caloric intake. However, the researchers say it's not so your body... Read more ...