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  1. Editorial: Where are the larger women at?Read the original story w/Photo

    4 min ago | The Daily Vidette

    Name a plus size actress who has played a lead role where she was not a comedic asset to the film or an actress who was plus size but then slimmed down during the film for a comeback revenge plot line to all the people who wronged her when she was big. Something needs to be done with how Hollywood casts plus size women, creating stereotypes that follow these women for the rest of their careers.

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  2. New evidence reveals Roman Children had a problem with ricketsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 min ago | Mail on Sunday

    Not just a Victorian disease! New evidence reveals ROMAN CHILDREN had a problem with rickets because they were spending too much time indoors, claim scientists Scientists have found that rickets was commonly found during the Roman era, crippling children who did not get enough sunlight. The disease, which is caused by a lack of vitamin D, was more common in Britain than anywhere else in the Roman Empire.

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  3. Meet The Radical Nurse Who Joined The Spanish Civil WarRead the original story w/Photo

    9 min ago | Forward

    ... the experience of nursing proved just as radicalizing as her days with her mother on the picket line. She ran health programs for Brooklyn's poor and was active in the hospital's unionization. In a 1989 interview with filmmaker Petra ...

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  4. Spectacular twisting tower aims to become Australia's tallest buildingRead the original story w/Photo

    11 min ago | Digital Trends

    The so-called "Green Spine" was recently announced as the winner of an international design competition organized by property developer Beulah International, which hopes to build the 356-meter-tall structure in the center of Melbourne. So long as it secures the necessary planning permission, the Green Spine, the brainchild of Dutch company UNStudio and Australia's Cox Architecture, will become the focus of Melbourne's skyline in the early 2020s.

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  5. Oral semaglutide provides superior HbA1c and weight reductions versus ...Read the original story

    17 min ago | GlobeNewswire

    Novo Nordisk today announced the headline results from PIONEER 5, a phase 3a trial with oral semaglutide in adults with type 2 diabetes and moderate renal impairment. Oral semaglutide is an investigational GLP-1 analogue taken once daily as a tablet.

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  6. The Overtones release first album since death of band memberRead the original story w/Photo

    18 min ago | Hampshire Chronicle

    The Overtones are to release their first album as a four-piece, their first following the death of band member Timmy Matley. Matley died in April at the age of 36 after being diagnosed with stage three malignant melanoma, a form of skin cancer, in 2016.

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  7. Teladoc Inc (TDOC) Shares Bought by Commonwealth Equity Services LLCRead the original story w/Photo

    20 min ago | AmericanBankingNews.com

    Commonwealth Equity Services LLC boosted its stake in shares of Teladoc Inc by 13.0% in the 2nd quarter, according to the company in its most recent 13F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission . The fund owned 24,464 shares of the health services provider's stock after purchasing an additional 2,809 shares during the quarter.

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  8. Entrepreneurs Need To Follow These Seven Rules To Avoid Burnout And MeltdownsRead the original story w/Photo

    20 min ago | Forbes.com

    ... you. Each person has a unique thumbprint. Chronic stress and sleep deprivation have known effects on your physical health. Some of these will speak up and make you pay attention, like physical pain, GI symptoms and migraine headaches. But others are ...

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  9. Corbyn friend Jeremy is making tracks for GoringRead the original story w/Photo

    21 min ago | Henley Standard

    HE may describe himself as a "pessimistic soul", but the popular broadcaster, writer and comedian Jeremy Hardy is feeling upbeat and positive about the future. And it's largely down to the way that British people voted in last summer's general election.

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  10. PATIENTS' VIEW: Paul Crawford on dandruff, its causes and solutionsRead the original story

    21 min ago | Worcester News

    One of the most common skin conditions is dandruff which causes white or grey flakes of skin to appear on the scalp and in the hair. Dandruff isn't contagious or harmful, but it can be unpleasant and often difficult to get rid of and embarrassing when the flakes fall on to your shoulders, The main treatment for dandruff is anti-dandruff shampoo of which there are a number of types available from chemists or supermarkets.

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  11. First disabled woman to sail solo around Britain dies aged 46Read the original story w/Photo

    22 min ago | Daily Echo

    File photo dated 01/09/09 of yachtswomen Hilary Lister. The first disabled woman to sail solo around Britain has died at the age of 46. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo.

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  12. Name changed, but NJ epilepsy group's mission is the sameRead the original story w/Photo

    25 min ago | WKXW-FM Trenton

    For 48 years they were an affiliate of the National Epilepsy Foundation, but as of July, a group now re-branded as Epilepsy Services of New Jersey is setting out on its own. The organization provides education and special events, and offers ways to break the stigma associated with a disorder that affects 1 in 26 people.

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  13. The Future of Healthcare Communications Is Social: Speaking Brands...Read the original story w/Photo

    26 min ago | PRWeb

    ... Kieran Fagan, VP of Communications, Aetna; Kate Hardin, Senior VP, Ruder Finn; Susan Isenberg, Global Sector Chair, Health, Edelman; Dominick Kennerson, Head, Pharma Health Policy Region Americas, Bayer; Nisha Morris, Executive Director, ...

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  14. Another Opinion: Trump favors asbestos as people dieRead the original story w/Photo

    27 min ago | The Daily Commercial

    ... causes mesothelioma. In fact, the EPA will no longer evaluate asbestos already in homes and businesses as a danger or health risk. To be clear, asbestos is not banned in the United States. It is used almost exclusively by the chlor-alkali industry, ...

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  15. The One Tea You Should Have Right When You Wake Up If You Want A Flat Stomach, According To A DoctorRead the original story w/Photo

    28 min ago | Shefinds.com

    ... gallons of green tea isn't going to transform your body overnight. But it's a helpful addition to your overall health and wellness. Adding a cup to your healthy eating and exercise routine could help you ditch sugary drinks. Replacing high-calorie ...

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  16. AC Immune Announces Important Clinical Milestones for ACI-24 Vaccine...Read the original story

    31 min ago | Customer Interaction Solutions

    Recruitment completed for high-dose cohort of Phase 1b study with ACI-24 for Abeta-related cognitive decline in individuals with Down Syndrome Lausanne, Switzerland, August 20, 2018 - AC Immune SA , a Swiss-based, clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company with a broad pipeline focused on neurodegenerative diseases, today announced two clinical milestone events related to ACI-24, its anti-Abeta vaccine against Alzheimer's disease and Abeta-related cognitive decline in Down Syndrome. Prof.

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  17. George Brown College latest campus in GTA to stamp out smokingRead the original story w/Photo

    32 min ago | CBC News

    Ontario's top court upheld a class-action lawsuit decision that found George Brown College wronged a group of students with a misleading course description. People who wish to smoke can still do so on sidewalks that are city property, but must stay at least nine metres away from college entrances.

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  18. A photographic treatment for people with dementiaRead the original story

    34 min ago | WAAY

    One of the first dementia patients Laurence Aegerter met was in the later stages of the illness. She visited the man at a care facility in Switzerland to note his reactions to photographs she had brought along.

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  19. New integrated gene logic-chips could have great value in medical careRead the original story w/Photo

    35 min ago | Medical News

    Gene expression is a fundamental of life, where each cell switches on and off specific genes. Thus, an autonomous device that could control the on-off switching would have great value in medical care.

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  20. Brain tumors trap immune cells needed to fight cancer in the bone marrow, finds researchRead the original story w/Photo

    35 min ago | Medical News

    An international research team finds immune cells needed to fight cancer are trapped in the bone marrow by some brain tumors Certain brain cancers are associated with low numbers of immune system T-cells circulating in the peripheral blood. Low T-cell numbers can be a side-effect of cancer treatment.

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