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They were treating waves of wounded in Gaza. Then an Israeli assault trapped the foreign doctors

They were treating waves of wounded in Gaza. Then an Israeli assault trapped the foreign doctors

CAIRO (AP) — The 35 American and other international doctors came to Gaza in volunteer teams to help one of the territory’s few hospitals still functioning.
GOP fighting, 50-hour Democratic filibuster kill push to make amending Missouri Constitution harder

GOP fighting, 50-hour Democratic filibuster kill push to make amending Missouri Constitution harder

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.
Tick season has arrived. Protect yourself with these tips

Tick season has arrived. Protect yourself with these tips

FORT COLLINS, Colorado (AP) — Tick season is starting across the U.S., and experts are warning the bloodsuckers may be as plentiful as ever.
Abortion rights initiatives make the ballot in South Dakota and Colorado

Abortion rights initiatives make the ballot in South Dakota and Colorado

Voters in Colorado and South Dakota will have a say on abortion rights this fall after enough signatures were collected to put measures on the ballots.
Fall trial set for pharmacist in 11 Michigan meningitis deaths after plea deal talks fizzle

Fall trial set for pharmacist in 11 Michigan meningitis deaths after plea deal talks fizzle

HOWELL, Mich. (AP) — A judge set a fall trial Friday for a pharmacist charged with second-degree murder in the deaths of 11 Michigan residents who died in a 2012 meningitis outbreak linked to contaminated steroids from a Massachusetts lab.

Which states could have abortion on the ballot in 2024?

Voters in both Colorado and South Dakota will have a say on abortion rights this fall after supporters collected enough valid signatures to put measures on the ballot, part of a national push to pose abortion rights questions to voters since the U.S.
Parents of disabled children sue Indiana over Medicaid changes addressing $1 billion shortfall

Parents of disabled children sue Indiana over Medicaid changes addressing $1 billion shortfall

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Parents of two children with disabilities are suing an Indiana agency in federal court over changes to attendant care services they say violate the Americans with Disabilities Act and federal Medicaid laws.
Doctors recommend ways to combat waste, pollutants in health-care

Doctors recommend ways to combat waste, pollutants in health-care

Health-care professionals are joining forcesto cut down on waste including single-use plastics, surgical gloves and syringes where possible. Many have provided recommendations to the advocacy group Choosing Wisely Canada.
P.E.I. considers banning people born after certain date from buying tobacco products

P.E.I. considers banning people born after certain date from buying tobacco products

CHARLOTTETOWN — In a bold bid to stop young people from smoking, health officials in P.E.I. are proposing a ban on tobacco sales to anyone born after a certain date.
NACI recommends universal immunization program against RSV for infants

NACI recommends universal immunization program against RSV for infants

The National Advisory Committee on Immunization is recommending a universal immunization program against respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, for all infants.