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Hmm, This Anti-Vaccination Rally Amid a Major Measles Outbreak Is a Little Too on the Nose

Anti-vaccination activists at a rally at Olympia, Washington on Feb. 8, 2019.Photo: Ted S. Warren (AP) Amid a measles outbreak in Washington state that officials
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Desperate Americans Start GoFundMe Campaigns to Pay For Food and Medicine During Government Shutdown

President Trump, an unindicted co-conspirator and cause of pointless suffering in the United States right now, on January 6, 2019Photo: Getty Images It’s day 19
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Infant Research Identifies Biomarkers to Detect Brain Injury in Newborns – Irish Tech News

Lack of oxygen to the brain at birth affects almost 200 babies in Ireland each year and results in death or disability in over 2
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Enterprise Ireland and HSE invite SMEs to tackle Diabetes in new competition – Irish Tech News

A new competition to address health complications that arise as a result of diabetes has been announced by Enterprise Ireland and the HSE through the
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Pioneering Proteomics Researcher & Entrepreneur Receives NovaUCD 2018 Innovation Award – Irish Tech News

The NovaUCD 2018 Innovation Award was presented to University College Dublin’s (UCD) Professor Stephen Pennington, a leader in proteomics (the study of proteins) research and