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Autistic man wins $2.5M after meds gave him 46DD breasts

An autistic man has been awarded $2.5 million in a lawsuit against the makers of a medicine he used to treat his condition, which also caused him to grow 46DD breasts.

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Sewing saviors: C.O. team helps African girls

A community of women meets every Monday in Bend to change the lives of young girls in Uganda.  After four months, the team is as tight-knit as their project.

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Pakistani parents arrested over polio vaccine

Police have arrested more than 500 parents in and around the northwestern Pakistani city of Peshawar for not allowing their children to get the polio vaccine, an official said Tuesday.

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Texas nurse who got Ebola sues hospital chain

She was the first person to contract Ebola in the United States, and now she's suing the hospital where she got infected.

Nina Pham, a nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, filed a lawsuit Monday against the hospital's parent company, T...

Oregon lawmakers propose bill to tackle vaccine exemptions

Oregon bill takes shot at vaccine exemptions

With measles cases spreading across the country, Oregon lawmakers are taking a shot against the virus themselves -- hoping to soon make it tougher for parents to opt their children out of vaccinations.

Oregon AG moves to block 'E-cigarette' sales

Oregon House votes to ban sale of e-cigarettes to minors

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — The Oregon House has overwhelmingly approved a bill barring the sale of electronic cigarettes to minors and prohibiting their use in bars and workplaces.

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University of Oregon opens mass vaccination clinic

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — The University of Oregon is opening a mass vaccination clinic Monday at Matthew Knight Arena in the campaign against a blood stream infection that can cause a form of meningitis, called meningococcemia.

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Too much Facebook leads to envy, depression

Constantly checking Facebook to see what your friends are doing could lead to some serious depression.

A recent study conducted by researchers at Nanyang Technological University, Bradley University and the University of Missouri Columbia found that h...

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