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Fists Not Football: Brain Injuries Seen In Domestic Assaults

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CHICAGO (AP) — Brain trauma in domestic violence survivors has been overshadowed by concerns about injuries in Iraq and Afghanistan war vets, and by effects of repeated head blows in football players. 1,122 more words

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The Lethal Suspects for Microcephaly in Brazil, With Zika Virus at the Bottom of the List

We often hear that correlation is not causation, so why are world renowned scientists treating the Zika virus as the sole cause of microcephaly in Brazil when there are so many other factors?  1,210 more words

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Federal Register Highlights - 8/15/16

Unpublished, time-sensitive and proposed rules for August 15, 2016:

PROPOSED RULE: The Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (Bureau) is proposing various amendments to Federal mortgage disclosure requirements under the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act and the Truth in Lending Act that are implemented in Regulation Z. 1,036 more words

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Most updated information on Zika

If you want the most up-to-date information on the Zika virus in the U.S. go to the CDC website. The Centers for Disease Control has a plethora of information about the virus, transmission, impact on pregnant women and prevention. 13 more words

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Miami Zika...

The  Centers for Disease Control is now worrying that the mosquitoes in the Miami area which carry the Zika virus  are resistant  to the insecticides being used there.   296 more words

Zika Surge in Miami Neighborhood Prompts Travel Warning

By PAM BELLUCK, New York Times, AUG. 1, 2016,

This excerpt details why we find reliance on pesticides to solve mosquito problems not only undesirable but potentially unreliable: 152 more words

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Florida congressional delegation unites in demand for more dollars to fight Zika virus

Members of the Florida congressional delegation united Wednesday in their call for federal health officials to send more money toward their home state to fight the Zika virus. 337 more words

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