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Allynne Noelle, 32, preps her feet for pointe work at the Los Angeles Ballet studio.
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Medical marijuana is placed on a scale. The University of Arizona has rejected a marijuana researcher's plea to keep her job after her contract was terminated in June.
Republicans have no plans to begin impeachment proceedings against President Barack Obama, House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner declared on Tuesday, putting the blame on Democrats for stirring up pre-midterm election tensions in Washington.
The move comes as a growing number of insurance companies seek to save money by shrinking the number of providers in their network.
Ronald Fraser Golden, 49, of Athens pleaded not guilty to 22 cruelty charges during a brief hearing in Limestone County, where authorities say he killed the animals in a part of his home he called "the cat room."
The report blames a generation of sun worshipping for the $8 billion spent to treat all forms of skin cancer each year.
The powerful Florida Medical Association now supports expanding Medicaid to roughly 1 million Floridians, a controversial political issue that has divided state lawmakers.
The healthcare fraud convictions of Roger Bergman , 65, a physician's assistant, and Rodolfo Santaya , 55, a patient recruiter, capped the Justice Department's sprawling investigation that sent about 40 South Florida defendants to prison - including Lawrence Duran , the former co-owner of the Miami-based American Therapeutic Corp, the Miami Herald ... (more)
True, the Halbig case, if it makes its way to the Supreme Court, will present an opportunity for Chief Justice John Roberts to redeem himself from his abominably activist salvation of Obamacare.
The Retiree Health Care Authority executive director Mark Tyndall said Monday the Legislature will be asked to phase in the increases in payroll contributions over three years starting in mid-2016.
Some of the laws passed during the 2014 Minnesota legislative session take effect Friday.
The program's giant hospital trust fund won't be exhausted until 2030 - four years later than last year's estimate.
A North Carolina mayor fighting to reopen a hospital in his rural North Carolina town is finishing his protest march to the nation's capital.
Research scientists at Purdue University have developed what they're describing as a reliable and affordable way for pharmacies to dispense medicine in personalized amounts.
Seven million people live in Washington. That translates into 350,000 men, women and children who face schizophrenia, chronic depression, disruptive bipolar disorder and other potentially crippling illnesses of the brain.
Christian missionary Mike Garner, second from right, leads a training session for Christian counselors on Monday, July 21, 2014, in Pleasanton, Calif.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 09:49 am
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