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In defense of using a robot to tell patients they’re dying.

Not as bad as it looks. Photographic illustration of Slate. Photo by Rick Madonik / Toronto Star via Getty Images and Getty Images Plus. Future Tense Newsletter: A.I. Cold War? Even the crash of the Boeing 737 Max is a warning for drivers Could you really target an announcement on Twitter to Just President Trump? What will really determine the …

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8-year-old dancer refuses to give up after losing her leg

Northfield, Ohio – Tessa Puma, age eight, loves to dance so much that she does so even in her dreams. He was winning competitions at 5, but when he was 6, his dreams were almost interrupted. His parents thought he had the influence. It was actually a potentially fatal infection. "Within 15 hours the whole left side of his body …

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Group of World’s Top Researchers Call For an Urgent Moratorium on Gene-Edited Babies

Scientists and ethics experts from seven nations on Wednesday called for a moratorium on gene modification experiments designed to alter hereditary traits in human children. It is the last alarm sounded by researchers who have both been excited and nervous by the powerful genetic engineering technique known as CRISPR, which can potentially prevent congenital diseases but could also lead to …

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American Cancer Society gives new colonoscopy recommendations

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Colon cancer is the third most common cancer behind lung cancer and breast cancer. Normally, people over the age of 70 have been the most sensitive and are now starting to * influence younger ones. Over the past 10 years, doctors have seen younger patients suffering from colon cancer and are not sure why. Due to …

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New York judge denies request to allow unvaccinated students to return to school

A federal judge in New York denied a request on Tuesday to allow unvaccinated children to return to school. U.S. District Judge Vincent Briccetti determined that 44 students were not allowed to return to class at the Green Meadow Waldorf School in Rockland County, New York, citing an "unprecedented measles epidemic," according to Rockland / Westchester Journal reports . against …

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How professionals with ADHD make their jobs (and life) work for them

Cat Jones did not realize that she had attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) until 2012 while working in an insurance company, where she states that her production levels for requests were "unacceptably low". Her doctor suggested that she try Adderall, one of the most common drugs prescribed for the treatment of ADHD. "Once tried, it's just a little bit …

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No vacancy: Severe flu has St. Charles hospitals full

<! – -> The flu leaves the hospitals of St. Charles outside the room BEND, Hours. – An increase in a severe form of flu has left St. Charles Health The system's hospitals are full and must keep some patients waiting in the corridors for treatment, divert some to other places and cancel some elective surgery, officials said. A doctor …

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Health officials confirm case of travel-related measles in…

OAKLAND COUNTY, Mich. – Health officials have confirmed a measles case related to the trip to Oakland County. Officials said the individual was visiting from Israel and they came to the Detroit area after visiting New York. Locations with exposure risk The person made multiple stops in Metro Detroit and health officials warn that people may have been exposed to …

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Case of travel-related measles confirmed in Oakland County

PONTIAC., Mich. (WXYZ) – The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and the Oakland County Health Division confirmed a measles case related to the Oakland County trip on Wednesday. According to a statement, the exhibition came from an individual visiting from Israel after a stay in New York. Health officials say that people may have been exposed to measles …

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Parents Wanted Their Unvaccinated Children in School, but a Judge Said No.

[Cosadevisapereperiniziarelearth: Get New York today in your mailbox .] With New York State facing one of its most serious outbreaks of measles in recent decades, health officials public in a suburban community, in December, took the extraordinary step of banning unvaccinated students from attending school, regardless of whether they received religious or medical exemptions for the vaccine. The parents of …

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