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State Legislatures Stay Busy On Abortion Laws

There were 39 laws restricting abortion enacted in the first half of 2012. While that's less than half the 80 put in place during the first half of last year, the number of laws already on the books for 2012 is higher than any other year before 2011.
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Studies Tie Human Bladder Infections To Antibiotics In Chicken

A new investigative report connects human drug-resistant infections and overuse of antibiotics in animals raised for food. But not everyone agrees the problem of antibiotic resistance is so clear cut.
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Staph Infections Tied To Misuse Of Drug Vials

Reuse of drug vials intended for only one patient led to outbreaks of staph infections at clinics in Arizona and Delaware. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention urged providers of health care to be more careful.
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An Artistic Triumph Over Cushing's Disease: J. Jordan Bruns (Originally broadcast December 9, 2011)

Jordan Bruns survived his battle with a rare form of Cushing's disease - but that battle continues to impact his art.

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Playing to Win: The D.C. Sled Sharks (Originally broadcast December 9, 2011)

We head out on the ice with the D.C. Sled Sharks: a hockey team for kids who play hard, love to win and just happen to use a wheelchair.

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This Week On Metro Connection: Health & Wellness

"An hour of public radio a day keeps the doctor away." We'll test that theory as we bring you some of our favorite stories about health and wellness.

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House Republicans Vote To Repeal Health Care Law

House Republicans have once again voted to repeal the health care law, but how effective are their efforts?

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