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  • Nikki Haley Joins GOP Colleagues in Suddenly Pivoting on IVF
    by Julianne McShane on March 1, 2024

    Just a week after saying that “embryos, to me, are babies,” Nikki Haley is now joining other Republicans in suddenly claiming to support IVF access in the wake of rising abortion restrictions and the Alabama Supreme Court’s ruling that frozen embryos can now be considered children under state law. “I think there should be federal

  • It Can Happen Here
    by David Corn on March 1, 2024

    Editor’s note: The below article first appeared in David Corn’s newsletter, Our Land. The newsletter comes out twice a week (most of the time) and provides behind-the-scenes stories and articles about politics, media, and culture. Subscribing costs just $5 a month—but you can sign up for a free 30-day trial of Our Land here. In 1935, Sinclair Lewis published

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  • An Unusual Anti-Disability Drug Is Being Used in the US
    on February 28, 2024

    In 2024 the Dignity for All Act comes into force in California removing terms from the texts of current laws that may be offensive to persons with disabilities

  • GTF2I Gene Demystifies Autism
    on February 28, 2024

    GTF2I gene could mean the difference between outgoing personality and social difficulties which could lead to new treatments for autism

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Climate Generation Blog
  • Support Climate Justice Education in Minnesota
    by Climate Generation on February 27, 2024

    We, the undersigned organizations and individuals, stand in solidarity with the Youth Environmental Activists at Climate Generation and express our strong support for the bill regarding climate justice instruction in schools (SF 476/HF 2297). This is a critical step in educating future generations about the urgent need to address the impacts of climate change and The post Support Climate Justice Education in Minnesota appeared first on Climate Generation.

  • Where You Bank Matters
    by Susan Phillips, Executive Director on February 20, 2024

    Current events have me thinking back to my time as an undergraduate student and being a part of the divest from South Africa movement. I learned well at that time that money talks the loudest, and the scale of the divestment movement against apartheid in South Africa was brilliant: entertainers and athletes refusing to play The post Where You Bank Matters appeared first on Climate Generation.

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Alternative Medicine Magazine
  • Ten foods to fight off colds and flu
    by Dick Benson on March 1, 2024

    Diet is a crucial piece of the immunity puzzle. “Eating the right foods helps your immune system function optimally and makes you more resistant to infection,” says Jennifer Johnson, ND, clinical professor at the University Read More The post Ten foods to fight off colds and flu appeared first on Alternative Medicine Magazine.

  • Top 7 Drinks to Support Immune Resilience
    by Dick Benson on March 1, 2024

    Warm drinks may also be handy if you are sick. Staying hydrated when you are under the weather is critical. Hot drinks may not only help your body to detoxify from pathogens in your system Read More The post Top 7 Drinks to Support Immune Resilience appeared first on Alternative Medicine Magazine.

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  • Share Your Catholic Hospital Story With Us
    on March 1, 2024

    Are you a patient who has received care at a Catholic hospital? Are you a clinician working at a Catholic hospital who has felt the care you give has been constrained by the “Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services,” issued by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops? Tell us here. What happened? (Note: Please keep it to under 300 words)(Required)Please provide your name and email address so we can reach out to talk further.Name(Required) First Last Email (will not be shared and will be used only by KFF Health News)(Required) Enter email Confirm email Phone number (will not be shared and will be used only by KFF Health News)Where do you live? City State / Province / Region What is your age?Would you be willing to have your full name published in a news story?(Required) Yes No Δ KFF Health News is a national newsroom that produces in-depth journalism about health issues and is one of the core operating programs at KFF—an independent source of health policy research, polling, and journalism. Learn more about KFF.USE OUR CONTENTThis story can be republished for free (details).

  • How a Friend’s Death Turned Colorado Teens Into Anti-Overdose Activists
    by Rae Ellen Bichell on March 1, 2024

    High school students in Colorado are pushing for a change they say is necessary to combat fentanyl poisoning: ensuring students can't get in trouble for carrying the overdose reversal drug naloxone wherever they go, including at school.

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Endangered Species Coalition
  • Ask Washington State decision makers to keep protections for gray wolves
    by ESC on February 28, 2024

    Gray wolves have just begun to return to the state of Washington. Just over 200 animals live in the state according to the most recent count. Now is not the time to lower protections for this species. The Washington Department… Continue reading “Ask Washington State decision makers to keep protections for gray wolves”… The post Ask Washington State decision makers to keep protections for gray wolves appeared first on Endangered Species Coalition.

  • Endangered Species Coalition Announces New Policy Advisor
    by ESC on February 26, 2024

    Washington, DC–The Endangered Species Coalition is pleased to announce Jewel Tomasula, PhD, as the new Policy Advisor.  Jewel comes to Endangered Species Coalition (ESC) from the office of Congressman Don Beyer, where she completed a John A. Knauss Sea Grant Fellowship. … Continue reading “Endangered Species Coalition Announces New Policy Advisor”… The post Endangered Species Coalition Announces New Policy Advisor appeared first on Endangered Species Coalition.

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  • Single orca seen killing great white shark off South African coast
    by Nicola Davis Science correspondent on March 1, 2024

    Attack on juvenile is thought to be first known time a lone orca has hunted down a great whiteIt is a smash and grab that has stunned scientists: in less than two minutes, a killer whale attacked and consumed a great white shark before swimming off with the victim’s liver in its mouth.Experts say the event off the coast of Mossel Bay in South Africa offers new insights into the predatory behaviour of orcas. Continue reading...

  • C’mon kids! Here’s your chance to get published in the Guardian
    by Guardian community team on March 1, 2024

    Our nature series Young Country Diary is looking for pieces written by children about their spring wildlife adventuresOnce again, the Young Country Diary series is open for submissions! Every three months, as the UK enters a new season, we ask you to send us a piece written by a child aged 8-14.The article needs to be about a recent encounter they’ve had with nature – whether it’s a woodland walk, some nesting birds or a thriving rockpool. Continue reading...