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1 North Carolina House OKs ban on transgender youth surgeries
2 Tyre Nichols autopsy finds brain injuries from blunt force trauma, attorneys say: NPR
3 Mexico develops own COVID-19 vaccine, 2 years late
4 Wisconsin judge to hear first arguments in abortion lawsuit
5 Suit targets Kentucky ban on gender-affirming care for youth
6 Conclusive Evidence Proves Screens Destroy Your Eyes
7 In latest abortion law chapter: Bill signings, court rulings
8 McDonald's franchisee fined after two 10-year-olds were found working there: NPR
9 5 Ultimate Ways to Reduce Your Longiness for Something Sweet in a Day
10 Eli Lilly says an experimental drug slows Alzheimer's worsening: NPR
11 New York will require gas-free new buildings: NPR
12 Statins may cause rare muscle eating disease--man's side effect
13 New York state set to ban fossil fuels in new construction starting in 2026: NPR
14 Skin cancer could be mistaken for a 'pimple'--woman shares her story
15 A Michigan school district has banned students from carrying backpacks: NPR
16 Germany and Italy clamp down on Italian mob with raids and arrests: NPR
17 The book battle is escalating, with library funds on the line: NPR
18 Medical credit cards can inflate costs of health care and drive patient debt: Shots
19 Health chiefs stress the importance of vaccines as measles cases rise
20 Path to voting continues to be murky for Florida's ex-felons: NPR
21 Bowel cancer symptoms that can appear years before diagnosis--new study
22 Unlikely connection between college students in the U.S. and Ukraine: NPR
23 Pregnant mum feared she would lose baby after fall down 20ft. drain
24 A documentary by John Legend shows the obstacles of life after prison: NPR
25 7 Ways How this Sleep Disorder Impacts Overall Health
26 Here's the astronomy behind zodiac signs and Mercury retrograde: NPR
27 Some insurers reject the cars, but dealers keep selling: NPR
28 Camila's coronation crown won't bear the Koh-i-noor--in part because of history: NPR
29 Endangered bunnies are being evacuated as California floodwaters rise: NPR
30 The U.S. has more banks than anywhere else on Earth, and it matters: NPR
31 Jury convicts Enrique Tarrio of the Proud Boys on seditious conspiracy charge: NPR
32 WHO experts meet to decide if COVID-19 is still a global health emergency--National
33 Carrie Fisher's Hollywood Walk of Fame star unveiled on Star Wars Day: NPR
34 New Risk Factors, Better Treatments for AFib: What to Know
35 The U.S. is facing a child labor crisis involving immigrant kids: NPR
36 Jeffrey Epstein's two private islands are sold: NPR
37 The Amazing Things We Can Learn from Hospital Clowns
38 Ed Sheeran didn't infringe copyright of Marvin Gaye's 'Let's Get It On': NPR
39 GOP boycott in Oregon halts bills on guns, abortion and more
40 Experimental Drug Significantly Slows Alzheimer's: Study
41 The best signs of the WGA picket line: NPR
42 Research monkey shortage undermines US readiness, panel says
43 Police arrest man operating mobile hard drugs store in Vancouver
44 PacWest, Western Alliance shares tumble as banking turmoil continues: NPR
45 NC lawmakers pass 12-week abortion ban; governor vows veto
46 Dangerous Infections in 'Preemie' Babies May Begin in the Gut
47 NFL investigated by states over claims of gender discrimination and harassment: NPR
48 Executions may return to South Carolina; shield law nears OK
49 He's trying to fix the IRS and has $80 billion to play with. This is his plan: NPR
50 Jimmy Fallon, Seth Meyers staff get pay and benefits during writers strike: NPR
51 ACLU sues amid Missouri GOP spat over abortion measure cost
52 California lawmakers OK emergency loans to failing hospitals
53 At least 8 fatally shot in Serbia town a day after 9 killed at school: NPR
54 BMW warns that older models are too dangerous to drive due to airbag recall: NPR
55 Prostatitis symptoms may include blood in urine--'serious problems' if left untreated
56 Low-fat diet could lower risk of mortality by 18%--new study
57 Just 30-minute phone call could raise your blood pressure risk--study
58 What to know about the sargassum seaweed blob hitting Florida: NPR
59 Will investors pay for SpaceX's giant Starship rocket?: NPR
60 Three breakfast swaps for 'significantly' lower cholesterol levels
61 There's a shortage of nurses who're trained to treat survivors of sexual assault: Shots
62 Pancreatic cancer symptoms include two signs that appear on the skin
63 Senators say social media platforms need age limits and parental controls: NPR
64 Mum bitten by tick on family picnic left with 'horrific' Lyme disease
65 Homeless advocates call for action: NPR
66 What you'll see, what you won't: NPR
67 Epic flooding in California's Central Valley expected to worsen as snow melts: NPR
68 Meet Julie Chavez Rodriguez, Biden's 2024 campaign manager: NPR
69 In a surprise, the job market grew strongly in April: NPR
70 Blood clot symptoms include back pain--woman shares her story
71 Proud Boys conviction unlikely to stem political violence in U.S.: NPR
72 COVID-19 no longer a global health emergency--but 'battle is not over,' WHO declares
73 WHO downgrades COVID pandemic, says it's no longer emergency
74 Wegovy U.S. Supply Shortage Strikes Again
75 FDA weighing 1st over-the-counter birth control pill
76 CDC to stop reporting COVID infections in changes to data gathering: Shots
77 WHO Officially Calls End to Global COVID-19 Health Emergency
78 Where things stand with Congress and the Supreme Court: NPR
79 Doctors Perform First Surgery on Baby's Brain in the Womb
80 Hundreds of pounds of pasta were dumped in Old Bridge, N.J.: NPR
81 CDC's Rochelle Walensky resigns, citing pandemic transition
82 Rising Interest in Weight-Loss Meds Despite Cost, Side Effects
83 WHO says COVID emergency is over. So what does that mean?
84 Addiction and Pain Management
85 3 works in translation tell science-driven tales: NPR
86 Texas investigates hospital over care for transgender minors
87 How to Tell Family and Friends About Your Alcohol Problem
88 Baby from Argentina doing 'much better' after becoming critically ill in Canada
89 Medicaid expansion for new moms wins approval in Missouri
90 How to Choose the Right Place for Alcohol or Drug Rehab
91 There's a 'volume war' happening in music: NPR
92 How Do You Manage Pain When You Have an Addiction?
93 Life After Alcohol
94 Abortion pill legal challenge threatens miscarriage care
95 Banning Flavored Vapes May Help Teens Quit
96 Life After Opioids
97 Shortage of Research Monkeys Puts U.S. at Risk for Health Emergencies
98 Addictive Personality: Do You Have One?
99 Am I a High-Functioning Alcoholic? Know the Signs
100 Bowel cancer risk could be reduced by eating six foods--doctor's advice
101 Bowel cancer symptoms in stage 3 or 4--doctor shares signs
102 Texas petrochemical plant fire sends 5 workers to hospital: NPR
103 Expert shares seven signs of prostate cancer that strike on the loo
104 This Toxic Herbicide Is Unregulated Despite Court Order
105 Gluten intolerance symptoms: Doctor shares tiredness and body aches among signs
106 Irregular Periods? 6 Foods to Include in Your Diet for Healthy Menstrual Cycles
107 Kate Middleton suffers from motion sickness--source claims
108 Queen Camilla's 'very important' advice 'as you get older'--do yoga
109 5 Early [Asthma] Symptoms You Should Not Ignore
110 Sex after 60 or 70 can be just as satisfying: 6 tips from a sex therapist: Shots
111 Expert shares the 'unexpected' sources of sugars in Western diet
112 Biden and McConnell have a debt limit past. Can it be revived?: NPR
113 Ukraine buries a 'brave son' from America: NPR
114 A chapter ends for a historic Asian American bookstore, but its story continues: NPR
115 How tech is helping Canadians living with dementia
116 A care revolution: Inside Canada's first dementia village
117 Eye disease patients 'may benefit' from consuming saffron, says doctor
118 Diabetes to Sleep Apnoea, How to Deal with PCOS-Related Long Term Health Risks?