Diarrhea 101: Time To Talk About Something We Don't Usually Talk About

Everyone has diarrhea from time to time. For most, it’s often no more than an inconvenience. But with the right mix of toxic circumstances, it can prove...

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Deaths Linked To Fentanyl Rise As Curbing Illicit Supply Proves Tough

Law enforcement is scrambling to get ahead of the opioid, which is far more chemically potent than heroin. Most illegal fentanyl is made in China. As soon as one version is outlawed, another pops...

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Rep. John Lewis Looks Back On The Struggle For Voting Rights

Lewis speaks of growing up in Alabama in this 2009 interview. At the time, there was a county whose population was 80 percent African American that didn’t have a single registered black...

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Fuel Tanker Blast In Mozambique Kills Dozens Of People

Questions surround the circumstances of the blast in the province of Tete, which killed at least 56 people and injured more than 100 others. The government has declared a three-day mourning...

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The Fight For Mosul, Underway For A Month, Is Only Just Beginning

Iraqi security forces, paramilitaries and international allies still face stiff resistance from ISIS in the city’s outskirts. Inside the city, soldiers say civilians are being used as human...

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Commander-In-Tweet: Trump's Social Media Use And Presidential Media Avoidance

If Donald Trump continues personally tweeting as president it will be an extension of commanders in chief going around the media. Though, it may also be...

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