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  • What Not To Say When Talking About Suicide

    What Not To Say When Talking About Suicide0

    Words carry weight. If we want to make strides in reducing mental health stigma, a good place to start is examining our vocabulary ― even if what we say comes out of concern or with good intentions. “What we say to someone makes a difference in life and when we are talking to someone who

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  • Watchdog Reportedly Probing Justice Officials' Interference In Roger Stone Sentencing

    Watchdog Reportedly Probing Justice Officials' Interference In Roger Stone Sentencing0

    The Inspector General’s Office of the Justice Department has launched an investigation into officials’ interference in the sentencing of long-time Donald Trump confidant and convicted felon Roger Stone, sources have told NBC News. The probe is reportedly examining the details of what happened in February when prosecutors said DOJ bosses applied “heavy pressure” to ensure a

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  • Warren G. Harding's Grandson Wants President’s Body Exhumed For DNA Test

    Warren G. Harding's Grandson Wants President’s Body Exhumed For DNA Test0

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The grandson of U.S. President Warren G. Harding and his lover, Nan Britton, went to court in an effort to get the Republican’s remains exhumed from the presidential memorial where they have lain since 1927. James Blaesing told an Ohio court that he is seeking Harding’s disinterment as a way “to

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  • Walgreens And Kroger Stop Selling E-Cigarettes Amid Health Crisis

    Walgreens And Kroger Stop Selling E-Cigarettes Amid Health Crisis0

    Walgreens and Kroger are taking e-cigarettes off the shelves amid a nationwide outbreak of vaping-related lung illnesses and more than a dozen deaths linked to the habit. In a statement on Monday, Walgreens said it will cease selling the products at its locations across the country as health officials continue to investigate the crisis. The company

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  • Vape-Related Deaths Rise To 64 As Experts Worry That Danger Remains

    Vape-Related Deaths Rise To 64 As Experts Worry That Danger Remains0

    The official number of people who have died after suffering from lung injuries linked to the use of vape pens and e-cigarettes has risen to 64. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the deaths have been confirmed in 28 states and the District of Columbia as of Feb. 4. Four of those

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  • Update on Two Heroes Against Cancer and Hunger

    Update on Two Heroes Against Cancer and Hunger0

    There is some inspirational news to share as we close out 2014. During Thanksgiving week, I wrote about Lauren Hill and Natalia Marsh-Welton, two heroes who battled brain cancer this year. These two young people made a huge impact fighting hunger and cancer. Here is the latest. Yesterday, Lauren Hill’s fundraising efforts for brain cancer

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