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American Badass Activists | The History, Pt. 1 (Video)

Originally posted on International Badass Activists:
https://youtu.be/NfkybQmGBDk The History, Pt. 1 | #TheReal5150 Give Them Something To Talk About This is the first episode on how Badass activism and the original campaign that started it all. Pt 2 and 3 will be posted soon — and as time moves into memory, more episodes will be…

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We have the power to rebuild… #autism

Originally posted on The other side:
I owe a great big wet kiss to WordPress Discover Editor’s Picks for featuring my last blog post, For I am Human, on the 4th of July. It’s brought me record likes and a lot of lovely new followers. Many have said what a beautiful poem this is –…

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Telemedicine Is Wide-Reaching But Doesn’t Always Replace Doctor’s Touch

By Elaine Korry Two years ago, Kimberly Griffiths’ week-old daughter, Avery, suddenly became very ill. “She was turning blue and had very labored breathing,” said Griffiths, who rushed her child to the ER in rural Sonora, Calif. Doctors there were stumped, and the nearest pediatric specialist was 100 miles away in Sacramento.

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Amount Of Opioids Prescribed In U.S. Has Been Falling Since 2010

By Vickie Connor Ryan Hampton was sitting at his computer at work when he began sweating, feeling sick and unable to concentrate. He went to the bathroom, splashed water on his face and called his friend for help. That was the day he realized he was addicted to opioids.