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  1. It's a mistake to dismiss Call the Midwife as a cosy period dramaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Radio Times

    If you've never watched Call the Midwife, chances are you might think it's a show steeped in nostalgia about the good old days of the NHS, when nuns and nurses on bikes would deliver babies before sitting down for an iced bun and a cup of sweet tea. Six series in, the Sunday night medical drama is still too often dismissed as jolly hockey sticks-style fare, about well-to-do lasses delivering East End ladies' babies while there's a to-do over a new troupe leader for the Brownies and a wholesome "hello you" romance rumbling away in the background.


  2. Call the Midwife (set in the Sixties) takes on FGMRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | Daily Mail

    Tomorrow night, the pre-watershed drama will focus on a heavily pregnant Somali immigrant who is the victim of female genital mutilation. Tomorrow night, the pre-watershed drama will focus on a heavily pregnant Somali immigrant who is the victim of female genital mutilation.


  3. New Group Takes on Drug Prices and Big PharmaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 24 | MSNBC

    Congress is happily hauling drug company executives front and center to explain rising drug prices. The latest: Spencer Williamson, president and CEO of Kaleo Pharmaceuticals, which makes an injector device for the overdose drug naloxone.


  4. Multiple Myeloma Treatment Market Estimated to Flourish by 2016 - 2024 - Persistence Market ResearchRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 | SBWire

    Multiple myeloma is a cancer formed due to malignant plasma cells. Normal plasma cells are found in the bone marrow and are an important part of the immune system.


  5. CDC study accidentally finds that Thimerosal (mercury) remains in the ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 |

    A new study conducted by two scientists from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has refuted the agency's own longstanding claims that the controversial vaccine ingredient thimerosal is relatively harmless and is flushed quickly from the body. "This scientific paper is one of [the] most important pieces of research to come out of the CDC in a decade," pediatrician Paul Thomas said.


  6. City council members across America "on the take" from biosludge...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 23 |

    The details behind why the Environmental Protection Agency decided to fire Dr. David Lewis, a brilliant microbiologist who blew the whistle on biosludge, is a familiar story. The EPA decided they would rather create fake data in order to "help" states, counties, and municipalities rid themselves of biological waste.


  7. How to Paint a BikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | WikiHow

    Have you ever found an incredibly good deal on a bike , or seen an old bicycle that you really wanted to have but didn't like the color or the paint was all chipped? Or if you just wanted to make your bike more original . Don't lose hope.


  8. The Democratic National Committee Needs a HeroRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 22 | Truthdig

    The Democratic National Committee-the formal governing body of the Democratic Party-was founded in 1828. It is the oldest political party in the U.S. The Democratic National Committee is voting for a new chair.


  9. 'Mystic Mandy' who lost her arms to thalidomide claims she...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 |

    Spiritual Mandy Masters - who was the face of the sleeping pill scandal in 1962 - uses her toes to deal tarot cards, read crystals and contact deceased relatives A medium who became the 'face of thalidomide' when she was born with no arms claims she can communicate with the spirits of dead relatives using her feet. Mandy Masters hit headlines worldwide in 1962 at the height of the thalidomide scandal when a photo of her as a nine-month-old tot became an iconic symbol of the disaster.


  10. Armless grandmother communicates with spirits using FEETRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Daily Mail

    First daughter speaks out in plea for religious understanding and says 'we must protect our places of worship' after eleven Jewish centers get bomb threats in a day and FBI opens hate crime probe Milo Yiannopoulos LOSES his $250k book deal amid outrage at pedophilia comments as Breitbart workers threaten to quit if he isn't sacked Chaos in the sky over Mar-a-Lago: 12 aircraft violate flight restrictions around Trump's Winter White House within 36 hours with five planes being intercepted by F-15 fighter jets 'Fat-shaming' newspaper columnist is sacked after 30 years for penning a piece about sitting next to an overweight passenger on a plane Son was driving home from partying at 4am when he hit his father's bread delivery truck head-on and killed them both Pictured: Veteran LA cop who was shot dead by heavily-tattooed gangster who had been released early from jail and went on murderous ... (more)


  11. By-election candidates say why you should vote for themRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 20 | This Is Staffordshire

    I am the only real people's politician standing in this by-election. I really care about the Stoke-on-Trent Central constituency.


  12. Smearing Team TrumpRead the original story

    Friday Feb 17 | Lakeland Times

    This is bad for my health, because I get so mad at the smug socialist spin, but how can I not read it? It's my hometown paper. My wife wakes me up with indignant questions like, "How can you say government is too big? The Times says ... " Wait a second.


  13. Making Dangerous Drugs LegalRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | Psychology Today

    The FDA gets lots of brickbats, and has a tough job. Much of its funding comes from the drug companies it's supposed to regulate.


  14. Requirements for getting thalidomide compensation are nearly 'impossible to meet': lawsuitRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 15 | GlobalNews

    Bruce Wenham's disability is manifested by a part of an arm with two small fingers on his right side and a small stump where his other arm should be. He says that was caused by thalidomide.


  15. Why people should be able to buy drugs approved in other countriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | The Washington Post

    For years, muscular dystrophy patients in the United States have been purchasing the drug deflazacort - used to stabilize muscle strength and keep patients mobile for a period of time - from companies in the United Kingdom at a manageable price of $1,600 a year. But because an American company just got approval from the Food and Drug Administration to sell the drug in the United States, the price of the drug will soar to a staggering $89,000 annually, the Wall Street Journal reported last week.


  16. Thalidomide Lawsuit Hearing Date in Germany AnnouncedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 13 | Prague Post

    A lawsuit will be heard in the Bonn Regional Court at 12:00 hrs on 15.2.2017 that is more explosive than appears at first sight. The Contergan victim Andreas Meyer, who was born without arms or legs and is confined to a wheelchair, is suing the former member of the Management Board of the Contergan Foundation, Attorney Karl Schucht, for injunction and rectification.


  17. We Don't Know Much About Meds for MomsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 11 |

    More research and regulations are needed to shine a light on how pregnancy affects the body's ability to break down and absorb most medications. As women have children later and later in life, the need to take medications during pregnancy is on the rise.


  18. Be on guard about off-label drug prescriptionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 10 |

    Nervous about giving a big presentation? Your doctor might prescribe a blood pressure drug like generic propranolol to calm you. Can't sleep? You might leave the doctor's office with a prescription for generic trazodone, an antidepressant often used for insomnia.


  19. Branswell: WHO director issues thinly veiled rebuke of FDA criticsRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 9 | Crofs Blogs

    Via STAT, Helen Branswell writes her second big story of the day: WHO director issues thinly veiled rebuke of FDA critics . Excerpt: The director of the World Health Organization issued a thinly veiled rebuke of critics suggesting that the Food and Drug Administration should be overhauled, including several candidates reported to be in consideration to head the agency.


  20. John Stossel: Smearing Team TrumpRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 9 |

    OH, NO! I did it again. It was a foolish mistake. But I slipped. I read The New York Times.