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More teens defy parents, get vaccinated amid measles outbreak

A number of adult teenagers are deciding to share their choice to get vaccinated after their parents initially chose not to get them vaccinations as children. After 18-year-old Ethan Lindenberger's decision to receive his first-ever vaccinations despite his parents' wishes went viral, more reports are surfacing of other teens doing the same. NBC News reports that Mayci, an 18-year-old from …

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Unborn baby is undergoing spinal surgery while still in her womb: & # 39; She deserves this life & # 39;

Simpson undergoes the procedure within 24 weeks. [19456513] (iStock) A woman in the United Kingdom says she has experienced what is known as the baby's baby surgery after learning her baby's diagnosis of spina bifida, a birth defect affects the spine. Bethan Simpson, of Maldon, Essex, has indicated that his unborn child Eloise had spina bifida in December. At that …

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Ohio Teen Ethan Lindenberger Opposites Her Mom, Gets Vaccinated

(Newser) – Ethan Lindenberger grew up in Norwalk, Ohio, with an anti-vaxxer mother who refused to take her shots. Now that he is 18, Lindenberger makes headlines for his decision to oppose his mother and be vaccinated, reports USA Today . "My parents think that vaccines are some kind of governmental approach," the teenager wrote to Reddit when he first …

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With climate change, what will your city's weather feel like in 60 years?

In many urban areas, the researchers from the University of Maryland, North Carolina State University and the National History Museum of Denmark at the University of Copenhagen found "substantial differences" between probable future climate and even the best scenario. That means that by 2080, many cities will probably experience "novel climates with no modern equivalent." According to the researchers' interactive …

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Take time alone to make it happier and more productive

The "sadness of sadness" is in us. A survey by 2018 of the insurance company Cigna has found that most Americans, especially Millennials and Generation Z, are considered sad. However, in his new book, "Digital Minimalism," Cal Newport is making a case for solitude, and doubts that we do not get enough of it. Newport is a professor of computer …

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Ohio teen defies mother and gets immunized after turning on strangers online

The disadvantages and uncertainty theories about childhood childhood safety are pitting a Ohio mother against her teenage son. Senior high school Ethan Lindenberger recently denied his mother and was vaccinated, saying that her parents' misbehavior was putting her health, and the health of her brothers and sisters, was threatened. Despite her life, Lindenberger thought that it was normal for most …

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Scientists have developed a tool for prostate cancer prediction – Daily Trust

Researchers discovered a novel machine learning plot that identifies the low and high risk of prostate cancer with greater accuracy than ever before. The framework is intended to help physicians in particular, and radiologists to more accurately identify treatment options for prostate cancer patients, thereby reducing the chance of unnecessary clinical intervention. A group of researchers from the Icahn School …

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In the midst of the measles outbreak, some unpopular youth are looking for ways to get their shots

News Breaking Emails Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The stories and stories that matter, are delivered every morning. SUBSCRIBE Feb. By Shamard Charles, MD and Caroline Radnofsky Some teenagers who have never been vaccinated against diseases such as measles or chicken pox are asked in the anti-vaccine movement, even Health officials judges parents who decide not to vaccinate …

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