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For Mikaela Shiffrin, a Triumph That Leaves Skiing, and Her, Breathless

Shiffrin, battling a lung infection, made a spectacular second run in the slalom to become the first Alpine skier — male or female — to win the same event at four straight world championships.

Immunotherapies could change kidney cancer care, studies suggest

Two studies showed that renal cell cancer patients had significantly better outcomes when their treatment combined the targeted therapy drug axitinib, or Inlyta, with an immunotherapy -- one study used pembrolizumab, or Keytruda, and the other used avelumab, or Bavencio.

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Lili Reinhart Starts "Journey of Self-Love" as She Begins Therapy Again

Lili Reinhart is on a "journey of self-love" and don't even think about stopping her. The Riverdale star revealed on her Instagram Story on Friday ...

USA Today /
Dale Earnhardt Jr. on couples therapy, changing diapers and why it's OK to like Troy Aikman

In a wide-ranging interview with USA TODAY Sports, the two-time Daytona 500 winner shares how life as a married father has changed ...

Trump declares national emergency over funds to build U.S.-Mexico border wall

Battling with one branch of government and opening a new confrontation with another, U.S. President ...

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F.D.A. Panel Recommends New Depression Treatment

The active ingredients of ketamine, a popular club drug, show promise in battling deep despair.

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Kentucky fisherman catches massive 'goldfish' with biscuit

"Oh my gosh don't flush your pets!”

Time /
President Trump Says Having a Pet Dog ‘Feels a Little Phony to Me’

Trump will break a tradition of presidential pets if he remains pet-free

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Fewer Feel the Love This Valentine's Day

Fewer Americans appear to be celebrating Valentine's Day now as opposed to a decade ago. The National Retail Federation says that 10 years ago, ...

VoA /
Turkey Opens Government Vegetable Stalls in Battle with Inflation

Battling a sharp rise in food costs, Turkish authorities opened their own markets on Monday to sell cheap vegetables directly to shoppers, cutting ...

The Guardian /
Denver teachers set to strike over better pay and working conditions

Colorado city educators would be the latest in a broad wave of strikes and protests across the country battling for fundingSchool teachers in Denver, Colorado, are set to strike on Monday in the latest of a wave of actions that has swept the sector in the past year as educators battle for better pay and working conditions.In Denver, teacher ...

WATCH: Six-year-old battling cancer made honorary police officer

A Texas police officer is overcome with emotion while swearing in 6-year-old Abigail, who is fighting cancer, as an honorary officer--so she could fight "the bad guys" in her body.

Battling money woes, NDP will have to target ridings it can win: campaign co-chair

Facing a worrisome bank balance and troubling fundraising figures, one of the NDP’s campaign leaders says the party will have to be strategic in targeting ridings where it can do well in the coming ...

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Study: Opioid Prescriptions for Pets Surge, Mirroring Human Crisis

Many more Americans may be getting opioids for their pets, and veterinarians appear to be prescribing increasingly potent versions of these drugs ...

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'Keep fighting the bad guys': Girl battling cancer with no cure made honorary police officer

Honorary Officer Abigail Rose Arias was sworn in as an honorary police officer in Freeport, Texas. She promised to keep fighting "the bad guys" until all of her cancer is gone.        

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Washington State Considers Vaccine Bill Following Measles Outbreak 

Lawmakers in the U.S. Northwestern state of Washington, which is battling a measles outbreak, are considering a bill that would prohibit parents from claiming a personal or philosophical exemption to their children receiving vaccinations. Hundreds of people opposed to the bill lined up early Friday to attend a hearing in Olympia, the state ...

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Federer chasing titles, not top ranking

Roger Federer is no longer chasing the top ranking and would rather be a contender at Grand Slams than battling Novak Djokovic and Rafa Nadal to be world number one, the Swiss tennis great said on Friday.

Reuters /
Briton Gill battles brutal conditions to claim World Marathon title

British runner Susannah Gill has won the women's title at the World Marathon Challenge after completing seven marathons in seven days, battling ...

VoA /
Is the Urban Jungle the Answer to Helping Some Endangered Species?

At sunset every day, an almost deafening sound from the sky can be heard in a community just east of Los Angeles. It is the sound of parrots that ...

Jayme Closs started therapy, spending time with friends, family friend says

Thursday marks four weeks since Jayme Closs escaped from a home in Wisconsin where she was held for nearly three months. A family friend said she ...

Gene therapy against chlamydia to prevent infection shows promise

The most common sexually transmitted disease in the world may have finally met its match, as researchers say they developed a treatment to prevent ...

USA Today /
Michael B. Jordan says he went to therapy after playing Killmonger in 'Black Panther'

Michael B. Jordan opened up about the toll playing the villain in "Black Panther" took on his mental health, revealing he went to therapy.        

WATCH: First look at season 8 of 'Dance Moms'

Abby Lee Miller rebuilds her dance company after prison and battling non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in the new season, premiering June 4 on Lifetime.

The Guardian /
Crazy 'cat men': how New York's feline frenzy made headlines decades ago

Peggy Gavan’s book sheds light on the lives of workers in storied institutions in the 1800s and 1900s – and their bonds with catsNew York was no place for a stray cat in the late 1800s and early 1900s.Thousands of feral cats were rounded up and ...

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