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Backpack Safety Tips For Parents

With school starting up for kids all across the country, there are some things parents need to think about when buying their children backpacks.

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Jennifer Aniston Is Anti-Botox

 

Don't expect to see Jennifer Aniston inject her face any time soon. Aniston was pretty vocal about being anti-Botox while chatting with Yahoo Beauty recently.

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Latest News On Ebola Virus

Missionaries who worked with Ebola patients in Liberia are going to be quarantined upon their return to North Carolina. The Charlotte-based Christian group SIM USA said none of the missionaries are showing signs of sickness

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St. Hedwig Church / Photo by Dan McCready / TSM
St. Hedwig Church / Photo by Dan McCready / TSM

Sister Rose House To Relocate

State Senator Mark Montigny has announced a nearly $900,000 grant to help relocate a homeless shelter for men from the Downtown area, to St. Hedwig's Church on Division St.

The Sister Rose House is run by Catholic Social Services

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Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Massachusetts Rejects Federal Health Insurance Marketplace

Officials overseeing Massachusetts' hobbled health care exchange have decided the state should stick with its own software rather than switch over to the federal government's health insurance market

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UMass marine scientists and students taking part in scallop survey.  Photo from SMAST.
UMass marine scientists and students taking part in scallop survey. Photo from SMAST.

Major Increase in Scallop Population Found On Georges Bank

UMass Dartmouth marine scientists, in a video based survey, have found an abundance of small scallops on Georges Bank.

The survey was conducted from May to July 2014. Dr. Kevin Stokesbury says the survey indicates a 32% increase in the scallop population from two years ago

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Drug-Related Suicide Attempts Rise Sharply

Drug-related suicide attempts are on the rise. The most alarming increase is among middle-aged people.

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Ebola Can Be Controlled And Stopped

The director of the CDC claims the deadly Ebola virus can be controlled and stopped. In a House hearing, Dr. Tom Frieden said it must be stopped at its source in Africa and called the situation an unprecedented crisis.

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Ebola Outbreak Receives Highest Alert

The Ebola outbreak is receiving the highest alert from the Centers for Disease Control. The "level 1 activation" is reserved for the most dangerous public health emergencies.

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NY Patient Tests Negative For Ebola

A man hospitalized in New York City does not have Ebola.

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