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A Chinese Pharmacist Found Out He Had Cancer. Then He Vanished.
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 (New York Times)
Do you flush your contact lenses? Here's why you should stop
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Ever wonder what happens to disposable contact lenses when it's time to actually dispose of them?  (CNN)
Match of the Dads football league helping Norwich fathers
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The football league gives dads the opportunity to share problems and advice on parenthood. (BBC News)
The Checkup: Let Kids Play
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 (New York Times)
Measles cases reach record high in Europe
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Cases of measles have reached a record high in Europe this year, with more cases recorded in the first six months of 2018 than any other 12-month period this decade, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).  (CNN)
Measles cases hit record high in Europe
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More than 41,000 people have been infected with measles in the first six months of 2018. (BBC News)
Teachers' back-to-school supply lists: Lockdown curtains and active shooter posters
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Walk in to any given elementary or middle school classroom, and you're bound to be greeted with some evidence of a teacher's love and effort. Maybe it's a hand-drawn poster or chart, specifically tailored to the class' needs and ages. It could be a row of cubbies or another useful, attractive addition, handcrafted over hours of the teachers' free time just to make this space a little brighter, a little better, a little more like the haven it should be.  (CNN)
Personal Health: What Twins Can Teach Us About Nature vs. Nurture
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 (New York Times)
Kids in Ancient Rome had Vitamin D deficiency
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A new analysis of skeletons from ancient Roman cemeteries across Europe has revealed that vitamin D deficiency was a problem for children 2,000 years ago  (CNN)
A photographic treatment for people with dementia
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One of the first dementia patients Laurence Aëgerter met was in the later stages of the illness. She visited the man at a care facility in Switzerland to note his reactions to photographs she had brought along. As she showed him pictures and asked him to remark on them, he fluttered in and out of awareness, like a lamp flickering on and off, she said. For 10 minutes, the patient hardly said anything, struggling to articulate basic sentences.  (CNN)