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Bengals Cut Then Re-Sign Devon Still So He'Ll Have Health Insurance for Daughter's Cancer Treatment
Society & Culture  (tags: good news, society, culture, children, illness, cancer, Devon Still, Cincinnati Bengals, humans, interesting, family, ethics, sports )

Carrie
- 109 days ago - people.com
It's been a difficult few months for Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still. In June, doctors diagnosed his 4-year-old daughter, Leah, with a potentially fatal, rare form of cancer called neuroblastoma.
Take a Stand for Health Care for All PETITION!!
Society & Culture  (tags: Body-Mind-Spirit, children, women, disease, government, health, healthcare, humans, illness, interesting, medicine, news, prevention, protection, safety, society, risks, treatment, americans, democrats, republicans, ethics, government, healthcare, healthc )

Robert
- 247 days ago - action.citizen.org
Sign the Petition Urging Your Senators and Representative to Co-Sponsor Single-Payer Legislation. Add your name to show support for legislation that would create a universal, single-payer health care system in the United States.
VIRAL ACTION NEEDED Stop the Plan to Dump Rat Poison Over the Farallon Islands
Society & Culture  (tags: conservation, climate-change, endangered, ecosystems, destruction, animals, government, habitatdestruction, healthconditions, nature, oceans, politics, pollution, protection, water, wildlife, dishonesty, corruption, business, cover-up, lies, treatment, sa )

Kelly
- 375 days ago - change.org
If US Fish & Wildlife has its way, Nov of 2014 is when they would like to begin a mission that involves the use of helicopters dropping an estimated 1.3 metric tons of rat poison over the Southeast Farallon Islands.
Gitmo Justice - Take Action
Society & Culture  (tags: Guantanamo, hunger strikers, protests, health risk, illness, humanrights, violation, UN, justice system, US )

Angelika
- 623 days ago - gitmojustice.com
For more than a decade, the US government has imprisoned men at Guantanamo Bay without charge or trial. Indefinite detention without trial is not just un-American; it violates basic human rights. WE CAN CHANGE THIS.
Why Most People May Not Wake Up ~ The Sad Truth.   video
Society & Culture  (tags: abuse, crime, dishonesty, abuse, illness, health, abuse, crime, education, ethics, rights, dishonesty, corruption, health, environment, safety, news )

Henriette
- 1183 days ago - youtube.com
Many are already aware, but may not realize or understand why & the cause with the evil intention behind this intentional agenda. Become informed & inform all others Please.
ACTION ALERT: People Dying as a Result of Gulf Oil Spill Clean-Up ! PLEASE SIGN !
Society & Culture  (tags: illness, humans, dying, sickness, BP oil spill, government, sadness, environment )

Simone
- 1357 days ago - change.org
The BP oil spill is not over. Thousands of people who were involved in the clean-up are now becoming sick and dying. No one is doing anything about this and if no one does then thousands of innocent Americans will pay for it with their lives. Hold
Leonard Peltier Family Accuses US of Medical Neglect
Society & Culture  (tags: American Indians, Native Americans, Genocide, Leonard Peltier, cover-up, corruption, government, freedoms, rights, sadness, freedoms, ethics, health, healthcare, illness )

Kat
- 1501 days ago - censored-news.blogspot.com
"A man dies from prostate cancer every 16 minutes in this country. Why does my brother have to wait over a year to receive even a diagnosis?"
Crow Creek Reservation - Children Freezing :: GREENSEAS
Society & Culture  (tags: children, humans, politics, Native Americans, elderly, death, environment, ethics, government, illness, society, housing, SupremeCourt )

Kathryn
- 1794 days ago - care2.com
We are into winter and at night, temperatures are already dropping below zero. Power has been shut off in numerous homes leaving infants, veterans, and families in the cold.
Illness Forces Longtime ICWA Advocate to Leave Program She Started
Society & Culture  (tags: Native American, retires, illness, tumor, culture, ethics )

Lone
- 1953 days ago - indiancountrytoday.com
DENVER - The Denver Indian Family Resource Center was dealt a serious blow in early July when its founding director, Phyllis Bigpond, known nationally for 40 years of community service work, was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor
Young South African Woman's AIDS Diary Touched Millions of Radio Listeners
Society & Culture  (tags: South Africa, Society, health, disease, illness, AIDS/HIV, stigma, death )

Dee
- 2020 days ago - online.wsj.com
Rising from a shack in a South African shantytown, Thembi Ngubane mined a personal tragedy to become an international advocate for people with HIV and AIDS.
17 Percent of US Children Under 5 May Face Hunger
Society & Culture  (tags: society, US, children, hunger, health, food, nutrition, illness, risks, diet )

Dee
- 2058 days ago - news.yahoo.com
An estimated 3.5 million children under the age of 5 are at risk of hunger in the United States, according to a look at government numbers by an anti-hunger group. That's more than 17 percent of children who could suffer cognitive and developmental damage
L.A. County Files Detail Deaths of 14 Children
Society & Culture  (tags: crime, society, culture, children, neglect, welfare, sadness, violence, abuse, law, government, family, death, safety, rights, health, illness, investigation, protection, warning, risks )

Tom
- 2073 days ago - latimes.com
The family of a boy who died of multiple skull fractures was reported 25 times to child welfare officials; the mother was a known methamphetamine abuser. In other families, children died within months or even one day after a social worker's last visit.
SCIA Highlights Youth Suicide
Society & Culture  (tags: Indians, Native Americans, American Indians, SCIA, constitution, ethics, government, lies, healthcare, news, politics, propaganda, usa, interesting, illness, humans, Body-Mind-Spirit, prevention, protection, healthcare, children, culture, society, death )

Kat
- 2108 days ago - indiancountrytoday.com
WASHINGTON - The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs heard testimony Feb. 26 that indicates youth suicide in Indian country continues to be an urgent and pressing crisis, despite new prevention initiatives. Health experts said that more resources and...
Native American Death Rates Soar as Most People Are Living Longer
Society & Culture  (tags: Indians, Native Americans, American Indians, culture, society, americans, death, humans, interesting, news, health, healthcare, illness, medicine, nutrition )

Kat
- 2114 days ago - seattlepi.nwsource.com
On the Okanogan plains in northeast Washington, the Colville tribes recently buried a man who died after facing a bleak decision: spend his money on trips into town for dialysis, or buy food for his family...
Swayze, Who Has Pancreatic Cancer, Checked Himself Into Hospital for Pneumonia
Society & Culture  (tags: culture, celebrity, health, media, sadness, illness, healthcare, disease, treatment )

Susan
- 2174 days ago - webmd.com
Actor Patrick Swayze, who has stage IV pancreatic cancer, has checked himself into a hospital for observation because he has pneumonia.Swayze, 56, was diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer, which had already spread to his liver, in March 2008. Swayze
 

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