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Mother of a Soldier at Fort Hood Launches Wrongful Death Lawsuit After Losing Her Son

The mother of a soldier from Fort Hood who passed away while dozing off in the barracks has sued the Army for $32 million for overmedicating her son despite being aware of and disregarding his cardiac condition. When he passed away from a heart attack on February 1, Spc Joey Lenz, 32, was assigned to […]

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Harvey Weinstein Found Guilty of Rape & Sexual Assault in Los Angeles Trial

Harvey Weinstein was found guilty of 3 charges in his second sexual assault trial held on Monday, December 9. He was convicted of two counts of sexual assault and one count of rape by the jury. He was also acquitted of one count of sexual battery in the trial held in a Los Angeles court. […]

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Fentanyl Vaccine Potential ‘Game Changer’ for Opioid Epidemic

As per research, Opioid Use Disorder, or OUD is a treatable condition. However, around 80% of people dependent on such drugs have been found to suffer a relapse even after treatment. However, a vaccine developed by a research team at the University of Houston can potentially become a game-changer when it comes to this issue. […]

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Street Design Putting Pedestrians & Cyclists At Greater Risk Of Reckless Drivers

The roads of Milwaukee are getting increasingly unsafe for cyclists and pedestrians. Reckless driving has resulted in several traffic classes among automobiles and cyclists in the last few years, with some even resulting in deaths. And according to some, the unfavorable design of the streets is to blame. Ammar Nsoroma, a regular cyclist on the […]

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Kansas inmates say medical care is so bad ‘they will let someone die in here before they try to help’

The medical care system in Kansas prison systems is alarmingly bad, threatening the health of all the inmates. As per inputs shared by both current and former inmates, every area of medical care is lacking. Delays in delivering medication are very common, and often they are given treatments that cause allergic reactions. Checkups and cancer […]