Girl Has Chest Tubes Removed After Lung Transplant

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Girl Has Chest Tubes Removed After Lung Transplant
Sarah Murnaghan will soon be breathing on her own after her lung transplant.        

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Mexican politicians: going to the dogs, er, cats?

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Animal and Pets News Headlines – Yahoo! News
Mexican politicians: going to the dogs, er, cats?

Mayoral candidate Morris the Cat is seen at his home in XalapaBy Luc Cohen MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Fed up with politicians they call "rats," a group of friends in the eastern Mexican city of Xalapa have put forward their ideal candidate for mayor: a cat named Morris. Xalapa resident Sergio Chamorro, who adopted the cat in August, said the plan began as a joke between friends borne out of their frustration with the Veracruz state government over freedom of speech. "Fed up of voting for rats? Vote for a cat," reads one campaign poster featuring the black and white cat, using the Spanish "ratas" for rats and "gato" for Morris. …

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Late Bedtimes Linked To Weight Gain In Healthy People

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Nutrition / Diet News From Medical News Today
Late Bedtimes Linked To Weight Gain In Healthy People
If you are healthy and go to bed late regularly and you do not sleep enough, your risk of gaining weight is significantly greater than if you go to bed earlier and have a good night’s sleep every night, says a new study published in the journal Sleep. If you also eat late at night, you will probably put on even more weight, researchers from the University of Pennsylvania added…

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U.S. to retire most chimpanzees from medical research

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U.S. to retire most chimpanzees from medical research
By Matt Haldane WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. National Institutes of Health said on Wednesday it is reducing the number of chimpanzees it uses in biomedical research and will retire most of them to sanctuaries, a decision applauded by animal rights groups. “Chimpanzees are very special animals … We believe they deserve special consideration,” said NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins, announcing the move. The decision followed a recommendation by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in January. …

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Fewer minority kids diagnosed with ADHD

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Parenting/Kids News Headlines – Yahoo! News
Fewer minority kids diagnosed with ADHD
By Genevra Pittman NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Black and Hispanic children are half as likely to be diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) as their white peers, according to a new study that followed U.S. kindergarteners through middle school. “We’re seeing that the disparities occur as early as kindergarten and then remain and continue until the end of eighth grade,” said Paul Morgan, who led the study at Pennsylvania State University in University Park. …

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