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After a long winter, warm weather is drawing Americans around the country outdoors to enjoy some sun. However, too much sun exposure is the leading cause of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, and it is important to stay properly protected. CBS News reports some guidelines set forth by The American...
According to CBS News, within the next decade some half a million autistic young adults will be in need of housing and jobs. People diagnosed with autism receive school support until age 22, and while people with severe challenges may receive additional services through the state after age 22, nothing is...
According to a post in NPR's Goats and Soda blog, an ambitious Georgia Tech professor has set out to create vaccines in the form of small patches that can simply be placed on the body in lieu of the more traditional needle prick. The patch is covered with 100 microscopic needles that puncture the skin and...