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Denmark recalls spicy South Korean noodles over health concerns

Denmark recalls spicy South Korean noodles over health concerns

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Food authorities in Denmark have recalled three types of spicy instant noodle products imported from South Korea over possible risks for “acute poisoning.
Democrats are forcing a vote on women's right to IVF in an election-year push on reproductive care

Democrats are forcing a vote on women's right to IVF in an election-year push on reproductive care

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Democrats are seeking to highlight Republicans' resistance to legislation that would make it a right nationwide for women to access in vitro fertilization and other fertility treatments, holding a vote on the matter Thursday
Calgary mayor worried water use 'creeping up,' restrictions to last another week

Calgary mayor worried water use 'creeping up,' restrictions to last another week

CALGARY — Calgary's water use is creeping back up, despite conservation pleas from city officials as crews scramble to fix a massive water main break. "We — you and I — need to keep reducing our water usage," Mayor Jyoti Gondek said Wednesday.
Celine Dion goes public with her private health struggles: What we've learned so far

Celine Dion goes public with her private health struggles: What we've learned so far

Celine Dion is opening up about her life-altering neurological disorder ahead of the release of her documentary, "I Am: Celine Dion.
Alarmed by embryo destruction, Southern Baptists urge caution on IVF by couples and government

Alarmed by embryo destruction, Southern Baptists urge caution on IVF by couples and government

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Southern Baptist delegates expressed alarm Wednesday over the way in vitro fertilization is routinely being practiced, approving a resolution lamenting that the creation of surplus frozen embryos often results in “destruction of e
'Celebrate the wins:' Family of tiny Oilers fan cheers team on from hospital

'Celebrate the wins:' Family of tiny Oilers fan cheers team on from hospital

SASKATOON, Sask. — A hospital room in Saskatoon has become a cheering section for perhaps the youngest and tiniest fan of the Edmonton Oilers.
Canadian media a target for foreign interference: national security committee chair

Canadian media a target for foreign interference: national security committee chair

OTTAWA — Foreign actors are trying to interfere with the Canadian media, and journalists and their bosses need to be aware of it, the chairman of Parliament's nonpartisan national security committee warned on Wednesday.
GOP women who helped defeat a near-total abortion ban are losing reelection in South Carolina

GOP women who helped defeat a near-total abortion ban are losing reelection in South Carolina

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — A near-total abortion ban was defeated in South Carolina with the help of the only three Republican women in the Senate, but after Tuesday’s primary, they’re losing their election bids.
Senators blast health and law enforcement officials over illegal e-cigarettes used by teens

Senators blast health and law enforcement officials over illegal e-cigarettes used by teens

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senators on Wednesday blasted top health and law enforcement officials for not doing more to combat the rise of illegal electronic cigarettes in the U.S.
Past COVID infections may help protect against certain colds. Could it lead to better vaccines?

Past COVID infections may help protect against certain colds. Could it lead to better vaccines?

If you’ve been sick with COVID-19, you may have some protection against certain versions of the common cold.
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