President Trump issues order to ban transgender troops from service except in ‘limited circumstances’

Video Trump moves to ban most transgender troops from serving The White House issues new policies banning most transgender Americans from servicing in the U.S. military; Leland Vittert reports. President Donald Trump on Friday officially authorized the ability of the Pentagon to ban transgender individuals from joining the military, with limited exceptions, following through on a pledge he made last year. “Among other things, the policies set forth by the…

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David Shulkin out, Ronny Jackson in as VA secretary

Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump announced Wednesday he will replace his Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin with Ronny Jackson, who currently serves as physician to the President. Shulkin is the second member of Trump’s Cabinet to be ousted this month, following Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. A handful of senior White House officials have also resigned or been fired over the last two months, fueling chaos and uncertainty inside the West…

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Netflix renews ‘Queer Eye’ and ‘One Day at a Time’

Image: Carin Baer/Netflix The Fab Five are coming back, baby. Queer Eye and five other series have been renewed by Netflix including One Day at a Time for a third season, and Dope, Drug Lords, Nailed It!, and The Toys That Made Us for their second seasons, The Hollywood Reporter reported Monday.  SEE ALSO: Forget the cooking — how come Antoni smells weird sh*t in each episode of Queer Eye?…

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Trumps Latest EPA Nominee Let Cancer-Causing Chemical Pollute Groundwater

The former Ford Motor Company executive nominated Friday to a top Environmental Protection Agency position is accused of overseeing an industrial spill that contaminated the groundwater of a Michigan suburb with a cancer-causing chemical. William Charles “Chad” McIntosh, President Donald Trump’s pick to lead the EPA’s Office of International and Tribal Affairs, ran Ford’s environmental compliance and policy divisions from 1998 until he retired last year. the local groundwater. Exposure to…

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Scouts pay out 42,000 over autism claim

His parents said they explained his autism to the scout leaders and suggested strategies to help calm and distract him, should he get upset. We grew up not knowing we were autistic US Boy Scouts revoke badges from Down’s syndrome boy They said his autism manifested as anxiety to change and that he needed to know plans in advance. They said that although few people would realise he was autistic…

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Stem cell transplant ‘game changer’ for MS patients

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption“I’d given up hope”: Louise Willetts says she is completely well following her treatment Doctors say a stem cell transplant could be a “game changer” for many patients with multiple sclerosis. Results from an international trial show that it was able to stop the disease and improve symptoms. It involves wiping out a patient’s immune system using cancer drugs and then rebooting…

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Bernie Sanders Economic Inequality Town Hall Draws 1.7 Million Live Viewers

The panel-discussion-style event, called “Inequality in America: The Rise of Oligarchy and Collapse of the Middle Class,” exceeded the viewership of Sanders’ first live town hall on single-payer health care in January. “What I would say to our friends in the corporate media: Start paying attention to the reality of how many people in our country are struggling economically every single day ― and talk about it,” Sanders declared at…

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Married At First Sight Couple STILL Haven’t Had Sex After Over A Month! Could YOU Do It??

If you haven’t been keeping up with Married At First Sight, you’re missing… well, no action whatsoever actually! In Jonathan and Molly still have three weeks to decide if they want to stay together. The couple is getting along great, but the “physical feelings” apparently just aren’t there for Molly yet, as she confesses: “I really just need to keep trying harder to show Jon affection because Jon is my…

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How The Milk Of The Humble Platypus Could Help Us Beat Antibiotic-Resistant Superbugs

The first scientists to examine a platypus in 1799 dismissed it as a fake made of different animals sewn together. Centuries later, this bizarre Aussie critter continues to confound us. Now, it appears its milk could be our savior in the fight against antibiotic resistance. Back in 2010, scientists realized that platypus moms produce very special milk. They found that it has unique bacteria-fighting properties that could be used to kill superbugs….

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Report: Trump administration removed queer women’s health info from HHS website

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Inside the Vatican’s First-Ever Hackathon

This past weekend, tourists milled around St. Peter’s Basilica, one of the holiest sites in the world, snapping selfies and experiencing Michelangelo's art through their phone’s camera lens. A few hundred meters away, in a 500-year-old palazzo, 120 students coded for 36 hours straight at the Vatican’s first-ever hackathon. This, it would seem, is the Holy See of the 21st century. “When I heard about it, I thought it was…

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Trolls Tell Curvy Woman She Does Not Deserve A 6-Pack Husband, And Her Response Is The Best

Jenna and her husband Drew have been married for 11 years and are deeply in love. Jenna is a beautiful, healthy and successful woman, and Drew is a loving husband and fitness and health coach. Drew’s honed physique from his days in the gym does, Jenna admits, play on her mind when she looks at herself in the mirror. So her troll had managed to find her weakness and ruthlessly…

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People With Depression Use Language Differently – Here’s How To Spot It

From the way you move and sleep, to how you interact with people around you, depression changes just about everything. It is even noticeable in the way you speak and express yourself in writing. Sometimes this “language of depression” can have a powerful effect on others. Just consider the impact of the poetry and song lyrics of Sylvia Plath and Kurt Cobain, who both killed themselves after suffering from depression….

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Over 80 but as healthy as a 20-year-old

Prof Janet Lord, director of the Institute of Inflammation and Ageing, at the University of Birmingham, and co-author of the research, said: “The immune system declines by about 2-3% a year from our 20s, which is why older people are more susceptible to infections, conditions like rheumatoid arthritis and, potentially, cancer. “Because the cyclists have the immune system of a 20-year-old rather than a 70- or 80-year-old, it means they…

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Highly likely Russia behind spy attack – PM

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionTheresa May: Spy poisoned by “military-grade nerve agent” Former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter were poisoned by a military-grade nerve agent of a type developed by Russia, Theresa May has told MPs. The PM said it was “highly likely” Russia was responsible for the Salisbury attack. The Foreign Office summoned Russia’s ambassador to provide an explanation. Mrs May said if there…

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