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Soldiers who lost limbs in Gaza fighting are finding healing on Israel's amputee soccer team

Soldiers who lost limbs in Gaza fighting are finding healing on Israel's amputee soccer team

RAMAT GAN, Israel (AP) — When Ben Binyamin was left for dead, his right leg blown off during the Hamas attack on the Tribe of Nova music festival, the Israeli professional soccer player thought he would never again play the game he loved.
Emergency rooms refused to treat pregnant women, leaving one to miscarry in a lobby restroom

Emergency rooms refused to treat pregnant women, leaving one to miscarry in a lobby restroom

WASHINGTON (AP) — One woman miscarried in the restroom lobby of a Texas emergency room as front desk staff refused to admit her.
UN approves an updated cholera vaccine that could help fight a surge in cases

UN approves an updated cholera vaccine that could help fight a surge in cases

The World Health Organization has approved a version of a widely used cholera vaccine that could help address a surge in cases that has depleted the global vaccine stockpile and left poorer countries scrambling to contain epidemics .

Nevada Supreme Court rulings hand setbacks to gun-right defenders and anti-abortion activists

RENO, Nev.
Report says Winnipeg mobile overdose prevention site exceeds expectations

Report says Winnipeg mobile overdose prevention site exceeds expectations

WINNIPEG — A mobile overdose prevention site in Winnipeg has seen tens of thousands of visits from people looking to access services or use drugs in a safe setting — more than double what was initially anticipated, says a review of the site's first y
Kentucky governor announces lottery to award initial round of medical cannabis business licenses

Kentucky governor announces lottery to award initial round of medical cannabis business licenses

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky will use a lottery system to award an initial round of licenses to businesses competing to participate in the state's startup medical cannabis program, Gov. Andy Beshear announced Thursday.

Legislation allowing doctor-assisted suicide narrowly clears Delaware House, heads to state Senate

DOVER, Del. (AP) — A bill allowing doctor-assisted suicide in Delaware narrowly cleared the Democrat-led House on Thursday and now goes to the state Senate for consideration.
As syphilis cases among US newborns soar, doctors group advises more screening during pregnancy

As syphilis cases among US newborns soar, doctors group advises more screening during pregnancy

With syphilis cases in U.S. newborns skyrocketing, a doctors group now recommends that all pregnant patients be screened three times for the sexually transmitted infection.
A lab chief's sentencing for meningitis deaths is postponed, extending grief of victims' families

A lab chief's sentencing for meningitis deaths is postponed, extending grief of victims' families

HOWELL, Mich.
Two shootings, two different responses - Maine restricts guns while Iowa arms teachers

Two shootings, two different responses - Maine restricts guns while Iowa arms teachers

Six months after a deadly mass shooting by an Army reservist, Maine lawmakers this week passed a wide-ranging package of new gun restrictions.