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Taxpayers Fund ‘Study’ Linking Trump Support to Opioid Abuse

In an interview with NPR, Goodwin said that, in reviewing places hardest hit by opioid abuse and those with strong Trump support, “there was a clear overlap between counties that had high opioid use … and the vote for Donald Trump.”

President Donald Trump speaks about his plan to combat opioid drug addiction at Manchester Community College, Monday, March 19, 2018, in Manchester, N.H., even as more Republicans are telling Trump in ever blunter terms to lay off his escalating criticism of special counsel Robert Mueller and his Russia probe. But …

‘Ebola Nurse’ Reaches Settlement With Texas Hospital

Nina Pham, the nurse who contracted Ebola while caring for Thomas Eric Duncan, the Liberian man who entered the United States infected with the fatal virus, reached a settlement in a lawsuit she filed against Texas Health Resources, the parent company of the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas.

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10 Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease Will Ferrell Apparently Finds Funny

Funnyman Will Ferrell is attached to star in and produce the upcoming comedy film “Reagan,” a fictional tale which satirizes the late President Ronald Reagan’s tragic battle with Alzheimer’s disease. In the wake of the film’s announcement, we’ve compiled a list of ten symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease that Will Ferrell must find “hilarious.”

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Pentagon Takes Role in Combating Zika Virus in the Americas

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Department of Defense (DOD) experts will support the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in its fight against the mosquito-borne Zika virus in the Americas, Pentagon press secretary Peter Cook told reporters.

A US Army doctor treats an injured Haitian man at the Port au Prince international airport in Port au Prince on January 15, 2010. The US troops were the first of an estimated 1,000 due to pour into the country over the course of the day. The United States is …

Feds Spend $400k on Texts Telling Latino Men to Exercise

A University of San Diego project that targets Latino men for being overweight by sending them texts telling them to exercise was approved by the National Institutes of Health and has already spent $406,875, the Washington Free Beacon notes.

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Doctors Refute Planned Parenthood’s Defense It Uses Aborted Fetal Tissue For Scientific Progress

“Let’s be clear: selling organs of aborted babies for fetal tissue research is unnecessary and prolongs human suffering,” Dr. Michelle Cretella tells Breitbart News. “Fetal tissue research, like embryonic stem cell research, has failed to produce a single successful treatment for human disease, and both have been associated with significant side-effects including overgrowth of cells and the need for immunosuppressive chemotherapy.”

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