A mother holds her infant son Luke during a visit with him at Lily’s Place, a treatment center for opioid-dependent newborns in Huntington, West Virginia, October 19, 2015.
The rates of babies in rural American areas born with symptoms of opioid withdrawal has skyrocketed, illustrating another symptom of the ongoing opioid epidemic spreading through parts of the United States.
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Time For Truth: (CNBC) – Rising number of rural American babies born with opioid withdrawal
Facebook has been forced to back down after censoring a birthday photo of Swedish former fireman whose face was seriously disfigured in a blaze as a young man.
The social networking site twice removed a picture of Lasse (Lars) Gustavson which his friend Bjorn Lindeblad posted up on Sunday to celebrate his 60th birthday.
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Time For Truth: (The Telegraph) – Facebook slammed for censoring burn victim's birthday photo
A Department of Justice official who notified Congress Monday that the agency would “dedicate all necessary resources” to the reopened Hillary Clinton email investigation has a close relationship with campaign chair John Podesta, hacked emails show.
Peter Kadzik, assistant attorney general, sent his son to seek a job on the Clinton campaign given his personal relationship with Podesta. He was invited to a small birthday gathering for Podesta’s lobbyist brother last year. Kadzik also dined with Podesta at his home in January, when the first FBI probe was well underway.
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Time For Truth: (Washington Examiner) – Emails show Justice Department official overseeing Clinton probe has close ties to Podesta
Those who have been tracking the life of Aidin—the Thai baby buried alive–will be happy to know that timely help and medical attention nursed this newborn back to life. He lived in an orphanage for some time. Now, a Swedish couple has adopted Aidin and he is set to join them in a bid to start a brand new chapter in his life.
The world’s first child created using a controversial “three-parent” baby technique has been born in Mexico, it has been announced.
Limited details about the birth were revealed ahead of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine’s scientific congress in Salt Lake City next month, where it will be discussed more fully.