State Sen. Richard Pan said his new bill would stop doctors from offering phony medical exemptions to avoid vaccines.
Rockland County, near New York City, is declaring a state of emergency over measles.
“When you do have symbols of representation that are readily available to you, it becomes real. It becomes possible. It becomes something you can envision yourself as.”
Opioids were involved in a record 47,600 overdose deaths in 2017 in the United States, according to the CDC.
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The nine nurses say they plan to be there for each other's deliveries.
The disemboweled rats were filled with five mobile phones and chargers, three SIM cards, cigarette papers and a large amount of drugs including cannabis.
“If I am out there living and breathing and attempting, not having to be the best at it, but attempting, that is a powerful statement of its own.”
"It's not to be believed," Jonas said about the reaction to new Jonas Brothers music.
An investigation reveals alarming reports of patient deaths and serious injuries tied to software glitches and user errors in record-keeping systems across the country.
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The Mississippi law joins a wave of similar Republican-backed measures recently introduced in Iowa, Kentucky, Tennessee and Georgia.
Sitting in front of my computer all night impulse-buying clothes, shoes, gimmicky skincare products, or a high-end espresso machine gave me an undeniable rush.
As female incarceration skyrockets, knowing what happens to pregnant women behind bars is more critical than ever.
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Experts share how cannabidiol can impact anxiety medication, blood thinners and even pain relievers.
The senator and presidential contender said she’s “open to improving” the legislation after she received widespread criticism.