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Walking again after ten years with MS
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Roy Palmer, 49, was in a wheelchair with MS, but is now able to walk again after a stem cell transplant. (BBC News)
Epileptic swimmer Imogen Clark is world's fourth fastest
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Imogen Clark, 19, has not let epilepsy stop her winning silver at the European Championships 2018. (BBC News)
Aspirin May Be a Good Option to Prevent Blood Clots After Knee Surgery
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 (New York Times)
Abortion pills now available by mail in US -- but FDA is investigating
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Signaling a new chapter in the battle over abortion access in the United States, a European organization has stepped into the fray, providing Americans a way to get doctor-prescribed pills by mail to medically induce abortions at home.  (CNN)
6 children dead, 12 ill in virus outbreak at New Jersey facility
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Six children have died as a result of adenovirus at the Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation in Haskell, New Jersey. Twelve additional pediatric residents at the Center have been infected, according to a statement from the New Jersey Department of Health.  (CNN)
A cruise ship spills thousands of liters of waste in the Great Barrier Reef, harming coral already in troubled water
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A cruise ship spilled thousands of gallons of liquid food waste in the Great Barrier Reef in August, according to an ongoing investigation by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority -- potentially damaging a reef already plagued by pollution and coral bleaching.  (CNN)
Let down by 'agonising' end-of-life care
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Variation in care homes in England means some people face distressing and painful deaths, warns expert. (BBC News)
Can Eating Organic Food Lower Your Cancer Risk?
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 (New York Times)
Sporting: Dale Earnhardt Jr.: Bringing Concussions Out of the Darkness
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 (New York Times)
Crowdfunding raises millions for risky medical treatments, study says
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Certain medical fundraising efforts could do more harm than good for some patients.  (CNN)