Lawmaker and health care leaders across Minnesota are joining together to express a shared view that gun violence is now a public health crisis.
"When my husband emerges from the camp infirmary with our daughter draped across his arms, I do not recognize her. 'We need a hospital,' I tell him."
Though the United States appears to be coming out of the worst of the pandemic, COVID-19 isn't going away any time soon. And there remains the continued risk of another surge as more states relax...
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Since the Roe ruling a gynecology clinic in Texas has received increased requests for permanent sterilization: 'I sense that they're scared'
After the Women's Health Domain closed Friday evening for the weekend, it received more than 100 new patient requests, the majority of which were requesting permanent sterilization.
Georgia Democratic nominee for governor Stacey Abrams explains the change in her position on abortion: There is 'no place in that medical decision for ideology or for politicians'
"I understand the sincere concerns. But those are religious concerns, or often concerns driven by personal morality," Abrams said in a CNN interview.
- Detroit Free Press
BHSH System released an update Saturday night stating it will continue its practice of providing abortions when medically necessary.
- The Telegraph
We’re a restless nation. Around a third of us have trouble sleeping every week – and the problem gets worse from midlife onwards.
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Tucker Carlson says corporations are helping their employees get an out-of-state abortion because those 'without families are much cheaper for the company'
After the Supreme Court voted to strike down Roe v. Wade, Disney and Meta offered to pay travel costs for employees seeking an abortion out of state.
A YouTuber asked a random New Yorker for his thoughts on abortion. The stranger turned out to be the former president of Planned Parenthood.
"You cannot make abortion go away by criminalizing it. All you do is you make it unsafe," former president of Planned Parenthood Alexander Sanger said.
Many Republicans rejoiced at Roe being overturned but these 4 GOP governors want to protect the right to abortion
Republican-led states have enacted or will enact abortion bans as a result of Friday's Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade.
Couple files lawsuit against Boston hospital after discovering the body their premature baby had been thrown in the trash 'with soiled linen'
The baby died after being born three months premature. The baby's mother Alana Ross said the loss of her daughter's body was like "she died all over again."
Alito said women seeking abortions should have to listen to distressing details about fetal development as 'part of the responsibility of moral choice'
The memo also laid out the conservative justice's strategy for eventually overturning abortion rights in the US, The New York Times reported.
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AOC recalls thanking God she had the choice to get an abortion when she took a pregnancy test after being raped
The New York lawmaker said she took a pregnancy test after being sexually assaulted and thought, "Thank God I have, at least, a choice."
A 31-year-old woman said she was hospitalized after eating Daily Harvest lentils. Now she fears permanent liver damage.
Hundreds of people have been reporting illness after eating a recalled Daily Harvest product, and some have had surgeries or ongoing health issues.
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South Dakota's trigger law was passed in 2005 and does not include exceptions for rape or incest.
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Bachelor Nation’s Cam Ayala opens up about undergoing leg amputation surgery. The 32-year-old appeared on ‘The Bachelorette’ and ‘Bachelor in Paradise.’ He’s chronicling his recovery on Instagram with photos and videos showing his positive outlook following the procedure. Cam revealed in 2018 that he was previously diagnosed with lymphedema, a type of cancer which caused health problems resulting in the amputation.
- Palm Beach Daily News
The growth in positive COVID-19 cases grew statewide this week by only 129, the smallest 7-day increase since the end of April.
- The Hill
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) on Friday filed a motion asking for the state’s high court to quickly take up her lawsuit, which aims to stop a decades-old abortion ban from being enforced and considers abortion a constitutional right in the state. “We need to clarify that under Michigan law, access to abortion is not…
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Former Bachelor star Cam Ayala is navigating life as an amputee following a lengthy surgery after years of battling lymphedema.
- NY Daily News
Pfizer’s two omicron-focused booster vaccines massively improve a person’s immune response against the COVID variant, the company said Saturday. Across clinical trials involving more than 1,200 people, Pfizer tried two different omicron boosters: one focused solely on the omicron variant (called a monovalent vaccine) and one that used Pfizer’s initial vaccine but tweaked it to also combat ...