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LONDON (AP) — A British judge ordered Thursday that critically ill baby Charlie Gard should be moved from a hospital to a hospice, where he will "inevitably" die within a short time.

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AMMAN, Jordan (AP) — Warring sides in Yemen's civil war promised visiting U.N. agency chiefs to clear obstacles to aid delivery in a nation where cholera is spreading rapidly and hundreds of thousands of children are severely malnourished, the head of the U.N. child welfare agency said Thursday.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Battered by repeated failures to repeal or replace "Obamacare," Senate GOP leaders retreated to a narrow approach Thursday that would undo just a few of the most unpopular elements of Barack Obama's law. Democrats vowed opposition as the Senate prepared for a bizarre Capito…

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NEW YORK (AP) — Wealthy investors say former biotech CEO Martin Shkreli told them he was managing tens of millions of dollars' worth of investments, that they were making double-digit returns and they could withdraw their money at any time.

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ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A Twitter admonishment from President Donald Trump didn't seem to faze U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski, a moderate Republican whose vote is key for the GOP's hoped-for health care overhaul.

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There is no nice or pretty way to tell a story about the systemic oppression and mistreatment of black people in the United States. It's fitting then that Kathryn Bigelow's "Detroit ," an account of the murders of three unarmed black men that took place in the Algiers Motel in late July 1967…

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ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Police in New York state may soon have a high-tech way of catching texting drivers: a device known as a textalyzer that allows an officer to quickly check if a cellphone has been in use before a crash.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — After seven years of emphatic campaign promises, Senate Republicans demonstrated they didn't have the stomach to repeal "Obamacare" on Wednesday when it actually counted. The Senate voted 55-45 to reject legislation to throw out major portions of Barack Obama's law without …

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TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — A panel of Food and Drug Administration advisers voted against approving a new opioid painkiller with a unique feature for deterring abuse: It releases a deep-blue dye if someone tries to get high by crushing, chewing or snorting pills.

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NEW YORK (AP) — When he landed the lead in Amazon Prime's "The Last Tycoon," Matt Bomer had never read the timeless F. Scott Fitzgerald novella on which the series is based. But by chance, he had just finished another celebrated novel set in 1930s Hollywood, Nathanael West's "The Day of the …

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The Premyeloid and Bone Marrow Failure Genomics Clinic conducts research and uses DNA sequencing to identify genetic factors that may impact the development, growth and treatment of conditions including; ICUS-Idiopathic Cytopenias of Unclear Significance, CCUS-Clonal Cytopenias of Unclear Si…

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Each Friday one of the 100+ tasty video recipes from the Mayo Clinic Healthy Living Program is featured on the Mayo Clinic News Network, just in time for you to try at the weekend. You can also have the recipes delivered via the Mayo Clinic App.

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Male-patterned hair loss has a genetic component. However, some hair loss can be caused by internal disease or medications. Dermatologists use physical examination, biopsies and blood tests to make a hair loss diagnosis.

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Earlier this spring, 60 Minutes correspondent Anderson Cooper talked with former Google product manager Tristan Harris, who explained that technology engineers are programming our phones and apps to make us check them more and more often. And he asks if these products are being designed to help people or to hook people.

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This video developed by Dr. Joy Wolfram's Nanomedicine and Extracellular Vesicles Laboratory at Mayo Clinic explains how extracellular vesicles work. To learn more, visit http://www.mayo.edu/research/faculty/wolfram-joy-emelie-joy-v-ph-d/bio-20317915?mc_id=us&utm_source=youtube&utm_m…

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Dr. Wyatt Decker is the Chief Executive Officer at Mayo Clinic in Arizona and Vice President of Mayo Clinic. He is also an emergency medicine physician. Visit http://mayocl.in/2rctUWw to hear how Dr. Decker blends service and science to improve patient care.

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Yes, everybody has germs. Some people tend to think of germs as bugs or cooties. They are not. They are microscopic bacteria which gets nutrients from their environment. Some bacteria are good to help our digestive system work. Some bacteria are good in protecting us from harmful bacteria. And still other bacteria are used to produce medicines and vaccines. However, bad bacteria can cause cavities in our teeth or infections. In many cases, antibiotics can be helpful in treating bacterial infections.