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Cambodia's ban on breast milk sales throws spotlight on growing international trade
Cambodia's ban has put the spotlight on a global trade in breast milk to other mothers, bodybuilders, cancer patients and breast-milk fetishists. ......
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Mother Films Extensive Pat Down Of Special Needs Son By TSA Which Sparks Online Outrage
An angry mother put up the video of her 13-year-old son's pat down from the Transportation Security Administration on Tuesday, according to ABC News. Mother Jennifer Williamson said that while going through security at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, her son forgot to remove his laptop from...
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Study Shows That Cats Aren't All Jerks, Most Prefer Human Contact Over Food
Researchers from Oregon State University and Monmouth University said their new findings from a recent study help prove that cat ownership isn't just a one way street for affection, according to The University Herald. The study conducted included 50 adult cats that proved a preference for human...
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U.S. Coalition Played A Role In Civilian Building Collapse According To  Commander
Lieutenant Gen. Stephen Townsend, the U.S. general leading the fight against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria said Tuesday it was likely the U.S.-led coalition was responsible for an explosion killing 200 people, the Los Angeles Times. "If we did it, and I would say there's at least a fair chance...
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Marathon Running Linked To Short-Term Acute Kidney Injury
Marathon running has many health benefits, but it can also take a toll on your kidneys, a new study has found, CNN reports. The benefits of long-distance running include boosting your mood and longevity, while reducing your risk of cancer, diabetes and obesity. Yet, running 26.2...
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How an ambulance became a place for safe sex
A second-hand ambulance has been converted into a place where sex workers can meet their...
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ACLU: Ohio Needs To Stop Bringing Criminal Charges Against Opioid Overdose Survivors
The ACLU's Ohio chapter says that Washington Court House needs to stop criminally charging those revived by an overdose antidote as it's endangering addicts by discouraging those that are suffering from seeking help, according to The Associated Press. "Ohio faces a tragic problem in the overdose of...
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Presidential candidate Francois Fillon's wife charged over parliamentary jobs
The wife of French presidential candidate Francois Fillon has been handed preliminary charges over well-paid parliamentary jobs that investigators suspect she never performed. Fillon himself had already been charged in the case, which has deeply damaged the conservative candidate's chances for...
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30-Pound Wild Turkey Crashes Through SUV Windshield In Indiana
A 30-pound wild turkey smashed through the windshield of one family’s SUV in northwest Indiana Tuesday - a collision so dramatic the family says they will be eating ham on Thanksgiving from now on, CBS News reports. The Tarabocchia family from Emerson, New Jersey, were visiting the University of...
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Three Bodies Believed To Be Kidnapped UN Workers Found In DRC
The bodies found on Tuesday in Congo's Kasai-Central province are believed to be the UN staff who disappeared two weeks ago, according to Al Jazeera. American Michael Sharp, Swede Zaida Catalan, interpreter Betu Tshintela, driver Isaac Kabuayi, and two motorcycle drivers went missing in the DRC's...
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