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How To Scare Women
... but lately it's been fitting quite nicely into the mommy war media narrative: There are the stories about women giving birth at home because it's fashionable, the idea that women are happy sacrificing their newborns for some “hedonistic” spa-like ...
Outpatient Surgery E-Weekly July 17th, 2012
Another patient died, and while a multiple-drug overdose was reported as the cause of death, an invasive MRSA infection couldn't be ruled out, says the CDC. In both investigations, clinicians reported difficulty obtaining the medication type or vial ...
Reese Witherspoon and Her Daughter Ava Enjoy A Spa Day!
The pair were spotted coming out of Bellacures Nail Salon in Los Angeles yesterday wearing similar straw hats with freshly made up feet.
To Swim, or Not to Swim?
According to the Centers for Disease Control's (CDC) May 18 “Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report,” the drowning death rate for African Americans is nine percent higher than that of the overall population and 116 percent higher than the overall ...
Survey: Among black, Hispanic Americans, complexity reigns on abortion issue
Washington (CNN) - A large majority of black and Hispanic Americans identify as both “pro-life” and “pro-choice” when it comes to abortion, according to a survey released Thursday.
90 child drownings since Memorial Day: waterproof your kids
While drowning death rates have declined over the past decade, drowning is the leading cause of accidental death among children ages 1 to 4, according to a CDC report on drowning. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) reported July 19 that ...
CPSC: 90 Child Drownings Nationwide since Memorial Day
The Pool Safely campaign was launched in 2010 to raise awareness about pool and spa safety, as mandated by the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act. This year, the campaign is increasing its focus on populations most at risk of drowning, ...
Mother infects unborn baby with the 'new AIDS of the Americas' Chagas disease ...
People from Latin America are particularly at risk and the CDC recommended that U.S. obstetrician-gynecologists nned to have increased awareness of the disease, particularly when treating pregnant women from Mexico and South and Central America.
Boy, 8, killed by 'extremely rare' BRAIN-EATING bacteria that can be picked up ...
An eight-year-old boy from South Carolina passed away this week after contracting an extremely rare brain infection, according to the Department of Health and Environmental Control.
Work Continues On I-595 Flyover Raised Over The Weekend
The owner of Allure Day Spa off I-595 and University Drive can't wait for all the construction to be done so she can get back on track.