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Study Shows Domestic Abuse As Common Among Gays as Straights

Study Shows Domestic Abuse As Common Among Gays as Straights

Jul 17
A new study shows that gay or straight, men can be abusive toward their intimate partners.

Pop TV: Dr. Pimple Popper Now has Her Own Reality TV Show

Pop TV: Dr. Pimple Popper Now has Her Own Reality TV Show

By Alicia Rancilio | Jul 17
The online video star named Dr. Pimple Popper, who films herself squeezing pus from acne, is a different kind of voyeur when she's off the clock.

When and Where Do You Floss?

When and Where Do You Floss?

Jul 17
A new national survey released today reveals Americans are, in fact, flossing; albeit in somewhat odd places.

Kids Fleeing Venezuela Left Hungry, Sick and Even Abandoned

Kids Fleeing Venezuela Left Hungry, Sick and Even Abandoned

By Christine Armario | Jul 16
As Venezuelans flee their country's collapsing economy and an autocratic government in rising numbers, a grim toll is becoming evident among the youngest arrivals in Colombia.

Finland Protests: Human Rights for All - and Save the Planet

Finland Protests: Human Rights for All - and Save the Planet

By Jamey Keaten | Jul 16
One sign in Helsinki read: "Build saunas not war!"

Despite Detente, Sanctions on North Korea Fan TB Epidemic

Despite Detente, Sanctions on North Korea Fan TB Epidemic

By Eric Talmadge | Jul 14
Tuberculosis is North Korea's biggest public health problem. With this American-made machine, his lab would be able to complete a TB test in just two hours, instead of two months.

'Do Not Eat this Cereal': CDC Links Honey Smacks, Salmonella

'Do Not Eat this Cereal': CDC Links Honey Smacks, Salmonella

Jul 13
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says a popular Kellogg's cereal has been linked to a salmonella outbreak that has infected 100 people in 33 states.

'It Keeps Us Safe': An NYC Bathroom Set Up to Stem Overdoses

'It Keeps Us Safe': An NYC Bathroom Set Up to Stem Overdoses

By Jennifer Peltz | Jul 13
At an unassuming storefront on a busy Brooklyn street, people sign up to use a bathroom outfitted to try to curb an overdose crisis.

Oregon's Medical Marijuana Program Admits to Problems

Oregon's Medical Marijuana Program Admits to Problems

By Andrew Selsky | Jul 13
The agency overseeing Oregon's legal medical marijuana industry conceded in a report Thursday it has not provided effective oversight of growers and others in the industry, creating opportunities for weed to be diverted to the black market.

Nurses at Vermont's Largest Medical Center Go on Strike

Nurses at Vermont's Largest Medical Center Go on Strike

Jul 13
About 1,800 unionized nurses at Vermont's largest hospital launched a two-day strike Thursday following unsuccessful contract negotiations, but hospital officials say operations continued with little disruption for patients.

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