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Under the new regulations, abortions deemed medically necessary by a doctor will no longer be subject to co-payments or annual deductibles. Insurers would also have to cover an initial 3 months of contraception. "These regulatory actions will help ensure that whatever happens at the federal level, women in our state will have cost-free access to reproductive health care", Governor Andrew M.
  • Improving George HW Bush watches Trump inauguration from hospital

    Improving George HW Bush watches Trump inauguration from hospital

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    He was initially hospitalised on Saturday. Former first lady Barbara Bush , 91, also remained hospitalized Friday for treatment of bronchitis, but she's feeling better and "focusing on spending time with her husband", McGrath said. Bush, who served as president from 1989 to 1993, has a form of Parkinson's disease and uses a motorized scooter or a wheelchair for mobility. Well, while the 45th president was seemingly the main attraction on the West front of the U.S.
  • A Totally Free EpiPen Alternative Will Soon Hit the Market

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    In addition, the cash price for AUVI-Q is $360 and will be available to those patients without government or commercial insurance. For Auvi-Q, the company assures that most patients won't pay the $4,500 out of pocket. Sanofi has since returned full rights to Auvi-Q to Kaleo. According to commentators, now, EpiPen would be in direct competition with Auvi-Q and with the authorised generic of another auto-injector called Adrenaclick.
  • BBC Rolls Wrong Subtitles as Trump Inaugurated, to Hilarious Effect

    BBC Rolls Wrong Subtitles as Trump Inaugurated, to Hilarious Effect

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    When the camera panned onto Obama, the words " Just shut it, yeah? Oi!" As Trump's face appeared on the screen, the subtitles read, "Oh whatever" and, "mum will get into trouble", while " Just shut it, yeah? Oi!" Clips posted on social media of a BBC News report showed a muted version of the inauguration ceremony broadcast with some very unusual subtitles.
  • Pm e dottoressa, il flirt arriva al Ministero

    Pm e dottoressa, il flirt arriva al Ministero

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    Il giudice, procuratore della Repubblica, si innamora di una dottoressa a sua volta sposata con un medico ed in procinto di separazione; la storia tra i due sembrerebbe essere nata quando la dottoressa si rivolge alla giustizia sostenendo di essere minacciata di morte dal marito e per questo motivo il pm che nel frattempo aveva iniziato una relazione con lei, ha cercato in tutti i modi possibili di fargli avere gli arresti domiciliari , nonostante il magistrato a cui è stato assegnato il ...
  • Two more MI deer test positive for Chronic wasting disease

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    It was first found in wild deer in western US states in 1985 and in MI in 2008. Samples from the two deer were tested as part of a mandatory MDARD chronic wasting disease surveillance program. An informational meeting for deer farmers is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 1 at the Big Rapids Holiday Inn. Since then, the DNR has tested almost 12,000 free-ranging deer for CWD; nine deer have tested positive in Ingham and Clinton counties.
  • Cornish startup aims to be Europe's main source of lithium

    Cornish startup aims to be Europe's main source of lithium

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    Cornish Lithium has entered into definitive mineral rights agreements with Canadian mining company Strongbow Exploration and Mineral Exploration to carry out exploration for, and development of, lithium in the hot spring brines on the Tregothnan Estate.
  • Rare rat virus outbreak reported in Wisconsin, Illinois

    Rare rat virus outbreak reported in Wisconsin, Illinois

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    The Wisconsin Department of Health Services is reporting two cases of the Seoul virus in people who had direct exposure to facilities in northeastern Wisconsin where rats are bred. Both people in Wisconsin recovered from the infections. The Seoul virus is known to infect a species of rat called the Norway rat (also known as the brown rat) all over the world.
  • Samsung to blame Note 7 fires on 'irregularly sized batteries'

    Samsung to blame Note 7 fires on 'irregularly sized batteries'

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    More than 45,000 had been sold in Europe through pre-orders. However, it is common knowledge that Samsung was conducting an internal investigation to determine the defect in exploding devices. However, if you are sick and exhausted of waiting for the Android 7.0 Nougat update for your new Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge handset, check out this XDA-Developers thread to know how you can install the update all by yourself.
  • Aston Villa sign Lansbury from Forest

    Aston Villa sign Lansbury from Forest

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    Lansbury was Forest's captain but had not played since December having been out injured before ex-boss Philippe Montanier felt he was not in the right frame of mind to feature. "It's a big, big name in the English game and I can't wait to get started here now". Lansbury has started the season in the EFL Championship well, scoring six goals in 19 appearances, and will look to bolster Villa's attacking options in the side who are now only averaging just a goal a game, with 26 goals from 26 ...
  • Imbruvica gets United States nod for marginal zone lymphoma

    Imbruvica gets United States nod for marginal zone lymphoma

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    All patients had an estimated life expectancy of 3 months. Overall, six percent of patients had undergone a prior splenectomy and 14 percent had received prior radiotherapy. The most common grade 3/4 AEs were decreases in hemoglobin (13%), neutrophil decrease (13%), and pneumonia (10%). "It addresses a great unmet need for patients living with this serious blood cancer", said Peter F.