Event Aims To Support Hydrocephalus Research, Awareness – East Valley Tribune: Apache Junction

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Perry wasn’t the first to link abortion regulations, Rivers’ death | Electio…

Theres still a lot unknown about the roots of hydrocephalus, which Hemphill ties back to a lack of federal funding that, once again, is due to a lack of recognition for the disease. That issue has influenced the organizers ability to put the walk together, as Royden said people just arent all that aware of hydrocephalus. Even Smith was unaware about the disease until her diagnosis. Its not really advertised, its not really discussed, Smith said. Once they learn about it, she said, they become invested in projects like the Hydrocephalus Walk that can add funding to research for it.
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Perry Not First To Link Abortion Regs, Rivers Death – keyetv.com Austin News, Weather, Traffic KEYE-TV Austin – Top Stories

Rick Perry drew media attention around the world Sunday when he suggested comedian Joan Rivers might not have died had a measure similar to one that implemented new regulations on Texas abortion clinics had been put into place in New York. Yet Perry, whose office declined to clarify his remark, wasn’t the first to make a link between the circumstances surrounding Rivers’ death and House Bill 2. Several conservative writers had argued that the medical complications that emerged before Rivers’ death serve as a reminder of the importance of doctors at clinics — including abortion clinics — having admitting privileges at local hospitals. One of the requirements of House Bill 2, which Perry signed into law in 2013, is that doctors performing abortions must have admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles.A legal challenge over the law is currently winding its way through the federal court system. Rivers died at the age of 81 on Sept. 4 at a hospital, a week after she visited a New York clinic called Yorkville Endoscopy for a minor procedure on her vocal cords and went into cardiac arrest.
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Dogs found dead at Dolton Animal Hospital; vet, manager charged with animal cruelty – Southtown Star

Dr. Mark D. Kahn RhondWilhelm discuss surgery remove ruptured breasts from this dog. | Steve Metsch/Sun-Times Media

But Perry, whose office declined to clarify his remark, wasnt the first to make a link between the circumstances surrounding Rivers death and House Bill 2. Several conservative writers had argued that the medical complications that emerged before Rivers death serve as a reminder that doctors at clinics including abortion clinics should have admitting privileges at local hospitals. One of the requirements of House Bill 2, which Perry signed into law in 2013, is that doctors performing abortions must have admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles. A legal challenge over the law is winding its way through the federal court system. Rivers died at age 81 on Sept. 4 at a hospital, a week after she visited the New York clinic Yorkville Endoscopy for a minor procedure on her vocal cords and went into cardiac arrest.
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The two seemed to take a liking to one another. This dog is so beautiful. Id like to (bring it home). I have to make a phone call first. We have a dog at home and have been talking about getting a second dog, said Dart, the father of five children younger than 13.
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