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This Is What Makes A Mother-In-Law So Amazing

This Is What Makes A Mother-In-Law So Amazing

10 hours ago   |   Scary Mommy

I have sort of an odd relationship with my mother-in-law , and by “odd,” I mean, I adore her. We got off to a bit of a rocky start in the early years, but we quickly worked...
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Study emphasizes need for better education to improve health care for LGBTQ

2 days ago   |   News Medical   |   2 articles

A first-of-its-kind survey of American neurologists reveals that more than half carry the mistaken belief that a patient's sexual orientation and gender identity have no...
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Stonewall riots has brought attention to health care needs of LGBTQ people

3 days ago   |   News Medical

June 28 marks the 50-year anniversary of the Stonewall riots -; sparked when police raided the Stonewall Inn, a gay club in New York City -; which are credited with launching...
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Man Goes Viral After Offering 'Dad Hugs' to LGBTQ Youth at Pittsburgh Pride

4 days ago   |   Mens health

He says it was "an honor" to comfort young LGBTQ people.
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Nike Celebrates Individuality With the New "Nobody Wins Alone" LGBTQ+ Campaign

Nike Celebrates Individuality With the New "Nobody Wins Alone" LGBTQ+ Campaign

5 days ago   |   PopSugar

Nike has been known to use sports to challenge the status quo, inspire people to take risks, dream crazier , and always be true to who they are. For the first time ever, Nike...
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My Dad Was Almost 50 When He Told Me He Was Gay

My Dad Was Almost 50 When He Told Me He Was Gay

5 days ago   |   Scary Mommy

My parents were married for 30 years. They danced a quiet, beautiful waltz with one another for many years, allowing deep love and soul-completing friendship to be their dance...
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My Kids Might Meet Their Sperm Donor Dad Someday

My Kids Might Meet Their Sperm Donor Dad Someday

5 days ago   |   Scary Mommy

Every year at the beginning of June and until Father's Day, I'm very aware of people's curiosity-sometimes born out of anxiety-and attention to the fact that my kids have two...
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Health Ranger bullied by Left-wing media after correctly predicting LGBT child mutilation: Where are these same fake news sources with an apology?

Health Ranger bullied by Left-wing media after correctly predicting LGBT child mutilation: Where are these same fake news sources with an apology?

7 days ago   |   Natural News

About a month ago, Natural News founder/editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, made an admittedly startling prediction: Someday soon, “progressive” activist parents would begin...
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MetroWest Health Foundation Awards More than $750,000 in Grants

7 days ago   |   Massachusetts Healthy Aging Collaborative

The MetroWest Health Foundation recently awarded over $750,000 in new grants to area nonprofit and municipal organizations. The grants were made as part of the foundation's...
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Trump administration rule would undo health care protections for LGBTQ patients

7 days ago   |   News Medical

A new Trump administration proposal would change the civil rights rules dictating whether providers must care for patients who are transgender or have had an abortion...
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US suicide rates have soared 33% in less than 10 years

US suicide rates have soared 33% in less than 10 years

The greatest number of suicides still occur among white men, but since 1999, dramatic increases have been seen among women and Native Americans, according to the latest data... Read more ...

Simple Scan Could Open Up New Avenues for Angina Treatment

Simple Scan Could Open Up New Avenues for Angina Treatment

Simple scan could be used to guide treatment decisions for angina patients, reveals a new study. Read more ...

It's easy to hide in plain sight: New research finds that simple disguises...

It's easy to hide in plain sight: New research finds that simple disguises fool most people

Want to be invisible? It might not be as impossible as it sounds. A new study finds that hiding in plain sight is easy - all you need is a simple disguise. Research from the... Read more ...

Pollutant-Free Fatty Fish can Cut Down Type 2 Diabetes Risk

Pollutant-Free Fatty Fish can Cut Down Type 2 Diabetes Risk

Eating Fatty fish free of environmental pollutants can reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, reveals a new study. Read more ...

Certain Behaviors in Kindergarten Associated With Lower Adult Salary: Study

Certain Behaviors in Kindergarten Associated With Lower Adult Salary: Study

Kindergarten inattention was associated with lower earning for boys and girls later in life, revealed new research. Read more ...

New Insights into Tissue Damage in Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus

New Insights into Tissue Damage in Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus

New study has provided clues on tissue damage discovered in rheumatoid arthritis and lupus autoimmune conditions. Read more ...

Sea cucumber found to prevent or reduce asthma attacks

Sea cucumber found to prevent or reduce asthma attacks

Sea cucumbers are marine animals that can be found on the sea floor. They are widely used in Asian countries as food or as ingredients of traditional medicine. In an animal... Read more ...

Women who are obese while pregnant have triple the risk of a baby who...

Women who are obese while pregnant have triple the risk of a baby who develops type 2 diabetes

It's suspected by researchers led by Edinburgh University, who analysed the data of 120,000 women, that high blood sugar levels 'programme' adverse health outcomes. Read more ...

USA's Record-Breaking 13-0 Win Was Great, but What It Said About Women's...

USA's Record-Breaking 13-0 Win Was Great, but What It Said About Women's Soccer Was Not

Thirteen goals. In case it wasn't already apparent, that's not normal. Not for soccer, in general; not for an international game, certainly; and never for a World Cup. When the... Read more ...

Researchers uncover the earliest signs of Parkinson's in the brain, many...

Researchers uncover the earliest signs of Parkinson's in the brain, many years before symptoms

Damage to serotonin production was seen on brain imaging. King's College London said it was an 'excellent marker' for the disease which takes hold of the brain years before... Read more ...