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Man who sniffs dirty socks daily hospitalized with fungal infection in lungs, reports say

Today 12:40 GMT

Most strains of this mold are harmless, but a few can cause serious illnesses when people with weakened immune systems, underlying lung disease or asthma inhale their spores,” the Mayo Clinic continued, noting the infection can cause wheezing, shortness of breath, or cause the infected person to cough up blood, among other symptoms.

Physicians would later discover the man had a serious fungal infection in his lungs, more formally known as pulmonary fungal disease.

Source: The Guradian

US concerns about abortion and refugees leave country isolated at UN

Tuesday 20:56 GMT

The United States has found itself isolated at the 193-member United Nations general assembly over Washington’s concerns about the promotion of abortion and a voluntary plan to address the global refugee crisis.

When Trump came to power last year he reinstated the so-called Mexico City Policy that withholds US funding for international organizations that perform abortions or provide information about abortion.

Source: The Guradian

Human rights body calls on US school to ban electric shocks on children

Today 10:50 GMT

An international body entrusted with upholding human rights across the Americas has called for an immediate ban on the controversial use of electric shocks on severely disabled children in a school outside Boston.

The Judge Rotenberg Center in Canton, Massachusetts, is believed to be the only school in the world that routinely inflicts high-powered electric shocks as a form of punishment on vulnerable children and adults.

Source: The Guradian

Why aren’t we outraged by child poverty in Britain and the US?

Today 11:46 GMT

The JRF study found that much of the rise in child poverty has been driven by increases in in-work poverty and that between 2010-11 and 2016-17, the child poverty rate and the number of children in poverty in working families rose more steeply than at any time in the last 20 years.

Where are the mass protests about child poverty, or have we really become so desensitised by the juggernaut of Tory austerity in Britain, and to relentless attacks on welfare in the US, that we are no longer shocked by the desperation of these youngsters and their parents?

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J&J Slammed by Concern Over Baby Powder Safety

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Whistler request for Alberta oilsands company to cover climate change expenses causes outrage

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Waste plan floats bottle deposit scheme

Tuesday 02:25 GMT
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Plagued by porch pirates This NASA engineer set a glitter-bomb trap

Tuesday 02:25 GMT
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Bloodhound car project prepares to smash land speed record

Monday 23:40 GMT
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Head in the clouds: the woman scaling fresh climate change heights

Sunday 10:48 GMT
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Why aren’t we outraged by child poverty in Britain and the US?

Today 11:46 GMT
Source: The Guradian

Human rights body calls on US school to ban electric shocks on children

Today 10:50 GMT
Source: The Guradian

US concerns about abortion and refugees leave country isolated at UN

Tuesday 20:56 GMT
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Man who sniffs dirty socks daily hospitalized with fungal infection in lungs, reports say

Today 12:40 GMT
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Tornado touches down in Port Orchard, Wash., leaving damage in its wake

Today 12:40 GMT
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Elderly Missouri couple rescued after broken Pop-Tart starts fire

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Madagascar votes in electoral battle between ex-presidents

Today 12:41 GMT

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