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White lesbian couple sues after baby born from black sperm donor – WSB Radio

KFBK White lesbian couple sues after baby born from black sperm donor WSB Radio The mix-up came when the reproductive facility sent Amanda Zinkon and her partner Jennifer Cramblett sample #330 instead of #380. The pair didn’t find out about the mistake until the pregnancy was underway

Black Donor’s Sperm Mistakenly Sent to White Parents: Lawsuit – NBCNews.com

105.5 WERC Black Donor’s Sperm Mistakenly Sent to White Parents: Lawsuit NBCNews.com A white Ohio mom is suing a sperm bank for sending her vials from a black donor, saying her biracial 2-year-old will be stigmatized by her family and the “intolerant” town where they live and has to travel to get her hair done. Jennifer Cramblett thought she ..

Needle-coated pill offers safe oral delivery of insulin, vaccines – FierceDrugDelivery

MIT News Needle-coated pill offers safe oral delivery of insulin, vaccines FierceDrugDelivery A pill coated with tiny needles may help improve oral treatments, according to researchers at MIT and Massachusetts General Hospital. When swallowed, the pill delivers large molecules such as insulin into the lining of the stomach and does so more ..

Source: US Ebola patient didn’t give travel history, hospital didn’t ask – CNN

ABC News Source: US Ebola patient didn’t give travel history, hospital didn’t ask CNN Atlanta (CNN) — It’s a lapse that has Americans concerned and health officials asking how it could happen. A man who had Ebola but didn’t know it walked into a Dallas emergency room September 26. Although his symptoms could have indicated Ebola …

Could an Africa-sized Ebola outbreak happen in US? Officials say no – Los Angeles Times

Daily News & Analysis Could an Africa-sized Ebola outbreak happen in US?

Social Support May Be Key to Heart Attack Recovery – WebMD

Virtual-Strategy Magazine Social Support May Be Key to Heart Attack Recovery WebMD TUESDAY, Sept.

The End of Breast Cancer? The Answers Lies in Research – Huffington Post

Crestview News Bulletin The End of Breast Cancer? The Answers Lies in Research Huffington Post Breast cancer knows no age, gender, race or socio-economic status. As the most common cancer in women worldwide and the second most common cancer overall, it remains a fact of life.

US health experts in Dallas review potential Ebola exposure – Reuters

Reuters US health experts in Dallas review potential Ebola exposure Reuters WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. health experts in Dallas were taking stock Wednesday of how many people may have been exposed to Ebola, just a day after the first case of the deadly virus was diagnosed in the United States, the nation’s top public health … Ebola outbreak: 5 things you need to know now USA TODAY In Dallas, US Health Experts Review Potential Ebola Exposure Voice of America First case of Ebola diagnosed in U.S.

Fat tongue may be a factor in sleep apnea – Financial Express

Counsel & Heal Fat tongue may be a factor in sleep apnea Financial Express A significantly larger tongue with a higher percentage of fat may be a sign of obstructive sleep apnea in obese adults, according to a new study. The study found that obese participants with sleep apnea had significantly greater tongue volumes, tongue fat and … Could a ‘Fat Tongue’ Be a Factor in Sleep Apnea?

Travel Industry Goes Pink This October – ABC News

Peter Greenberg.com Travel News Travel Industry Goes Pink This October ABC News Today kicks off Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the travel industry — from spas to hotels and even one airline — are going pink. Delta Air Lines painted one plane pink to celebrate and honors breast cancer survivors.

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