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Florida Police Shoot Black Therapist Lying Down With Arms In Air
Health & Wellness  (tags: Charles Kinsey, therapist, autistic man, Rinaldo, Florida )

Dandelion
- 6 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
An autistic mans therapist was shot and wounded by police in Florida while lying on the street with his hands in the air. Charles Kinsey was trying to get his patient back to a facility from where he wandered from.
Tell the FDA What You Fear More: Zika, or GMO Mosquitoes?
Health & Wellness  (tags: Zika virus, GMO mosquitos, FDA, Florida, comments )

Judy
- 74 days ago - abcnews.go.com
You have until midnight Friday to make your opinion known, as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration considers whether to approve an effort to kill the disease-carrying mosquitoes by releasing genetically engineered bugs in Florida.
The War On Women In Florida State Passes Massive Anti Choice Bill
Health & Wellness  (tags: Florida, War on Women, contraception, STI services, Anti Choice bill, Gov Rick Scott )

Dandelion
- 137 days ago - salon.com
On top of the medically unnecessary regulations there are also huge cuts to spending on contraception and STI services. The bill proves that conservatives will lie an stomp all over basic ethical standards in their eagerness to punish women for having sex
Stop The Next Zimmerman End Shoot First Law - Petition
Health & Wellness  (tags: Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman, Stand Your Ground, Shoot First Laws, change the law, ALEC, Florida )

Dandelion
- 153 days ago - colorofchange.org
It is time to end Stand Your Ground and other Shoot First laws that undermine public safety senselessly put people at risk and enable the kind of tragedy witnessed in the case of Trayvon Martin. Asking leadership and undo these dangerous laws now.
Florida Repeals Child Heart Surgery Standards Following Big Campaign Donations
Health & Wellness  (tags: Florida, Governor Rick Scott, Tenet Healthcare, St Mary's, heart surgeries, Campaign donations, children's deaths )

Dandelion
- 159 days ago - bulletin.represent.us
St. Marys tragedy is just the latest example of how our dangerously outdated anti corruption laws have a devastating impact on peoples lives. Special interests can effectively buy public policy. Flint water and killer surgeries in Florida on children.
Upended By America's 'Third Wave' of Asbestos Disease
Health & Wellness  (tags: Asbestos, Mesothelioma, Asbestos and the law, Asbestos-related diseases, Florida, America, Lori McNamara, Kris Penny )

Judy
- 220 days ago - publicintegrity.org
Even brief, light exposures to asbestos can breed mesothelioma. What's worse is when workers are covered in dust during asbestos-removal jobs -- because their bosses cut corners on protections to save money.
Health Experts: Steer Clear of Armadillos
Health & Wellness  (tags: armadillos, florida, leprosy, disease, environment, health, humans, illness, protection )

Lone
- 368 days ago - firstcoastnews.com
Florida health and wildlife experts are warning residents to steer clear of armadillos in light of a reported spike in cases of leprosy this year.
Spitting Armadillos Spread Leprosy in Florida
Health & Wellness  (tags: Florida, Hansen’s Disease/leprosy, mycobacterium laprae, armadillos, risks, safety, warning, illness, interesting, humans, disease, health, medicine, family, protection, prevention )

Carrie
- 371 days ago - thedailybeast.com
Nine people in Florida have been diagnosed with leprosy (yes, leprosy). The source? Armadillos.
Stop the Abuse of Brain Injured Patients--Investigate FINR ACTION
Health & Wellness  (tags: ethics, abuse, FINR, Florida, Neurology, healthcare, protection, family )

Nancy
- 1440 days ago - change.org
A recent Bloomberg report by investigative journalist David Armstrong reveals FINR's long history of abuse. Patients are promised country club-like accommodations and then restricted to small cabins. Some former residents say little therapy takes place.
Follow-Up: Cancer Cluster In Florida
Health & Wellness  (tags: children, cancer, death, cluster, florida, study, research )

Sally Ann
- 2357 days ago - newsblaze.com
This is a classic case of too little, too late. How can you possibly console a community that has been devastated by a cancer cluster.
Surfers For Autism Lets Autistic Children Ride the Waves
Health & Wellness  (tags: autism, Florida, Boca Raton, water, success, program )

Raffi
- 2541 days ago - sun-sentinel.com
Autism is the fastest-growing developmental disorder in the nation and affects one in 150 children. These children face tremendous challenges in communicating and are socially withdrawn, but a local group has created a day that levels the playing
D'Zhana Simmons Lives for 118 Days Without a Heart Before Getting Transplant - USA
Health & Wellness  (tags: usa, florida, heart heart transplant, artificial, arificial heart, life saving, teenager, good news, medical breakthrough )

Chrissy
- 2805 days ago - news.com.au
D'ZHANA Simmons says she felt like a "fake person" for 118 days when she had no heart beating. "But I know I really was here," the 14-year-old said, "and I did live without a heart."
Does Your Medicare Plan Offer Your Neighbor a Better Deal?
Health & Wellness  (tags: USA, Medicare, health care plans, Florida, nonprescription drugs, universsal health care programs )

Kat
- 2849 days ago - bulletin.aarp.org
companies don't offer the same benefits in his hometown of Delray Beach, a Palm Beach County community, as they do in Miami, only about 50 miles away. He is furious. Read on....!!
Father Beats Newborn to Death Because He Wanted a Son and Not a Daughter
Health & Wellness  (tags: abuse, child abuse, murder, fathers, florida, sick, insane, mentally ill )

Kristy
- 3118 days ago - imperfectparent.com
A Winter Haven man was charged with murder, accused of fatally beating his 4-month-old daughter because he wanted a son, authorities said. Marcos Gomez-Romero, 28, told investigators that he beat Ariana Rodriguez Romero to death.
Death Of Student Raises Meningitis Concerns
Health & Wellness  (tags: Florida, Univ. of FL, bacterial meningitis, contagious diseases, college campuses, Tampa )

Kat
- 3228 days ago - www2.tbo.com
Monday, University of South Florida student, 19, died bacterial meningitis, a contagious disease that struck the outgoing, vivacious Rachel Futterman. Students start getting vaccinations.....
 

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