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Californians to vote on measure governor says he needs to tackle homelessness crisis

California voters are set to decide on a statewide ballot measure that Gov. Gavin Newson says he needs to tackle the state’s homelessness crisis
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom speaks at a Proposition 1 campaign event at the Service Employees International Union office in San Francisco, Monday, March 4, 2024. Californians are set to vote Tuesday on a statewide ballot measure that is touted by Newsom as a major step to tackle homelessness and would be the first major update to the state’s mental health system in 20 years. (AP Photo/Terry Chea)
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Thousands of Korean doctors face license suspensions as Seoul moves to prosecute strike leaders

Thousands of striking junior doctors in South Korea are facing proceedings to suspend their medical licenses Tuesday
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Doctors stage a rally against the government's medical policy in Seoul, South Korea, Sunday, March 3, 2024. South Korean officials said Tuesday they are seeking to get the leaders of thousands of striking junior doctors to face police investigations as part of legal repercussions for their walkouts that have disrupted hospital operations. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)
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Alabama lawmakers aim to approve immunity laws for IVF providers

Alabama lawmakers, who face public pressure to get in vitro fertilization services restarted, are nearing approval of immunity legislation for providers
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Elizabeth Goldman holds a photo of her daughter, Zari Grace, as she tells her story to Secretary of U.S. Health and Human Services, Xavier Becerra who hosted a panel discussion with families directly affected by the Alabama Supreme Court Court decision, Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, in Birmingham, Ala. (AP Photo/Butch Dill)
March 04

White House lifting its COVID-19 testing rule for people around Biden, ending a pandemic vestige

The White House has lifted its COVID-19 testing requirement for those who plan to be in close contact with President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and their spouses
March 04
President Joe Biden walks towards Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Friday, March 1, 2024, to travel to Camp David, Md., for the weekend. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
March 04

As France guarantees the right to abortion, other European countries look to expand access

France has become the only country to explicitly guarantee the right to abortion in its constitution and other Europeans wonder whether a rollback of rights like the 2022 U.S. Supreme Court decision could happen in their countries
March 04
FILE - People stage a protest on 'International Safe Abortion Day' to ask for more guarantees on the enforcement of the abortion law that they claim is seriously endangered by the high rate of doctors' conscientious objection in the country, in Milan, on Sept. 28, 2022. Italy resisted Vatican pressure and guaranteed access to abortion starting in 1978, allowing women to terminate pregnancies upon request in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, or later if her health or life is endangered. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno, File)
March 04

New York City nearly resolves delays in benefits to thousands of low income residents, mayor says

New York City has nearly resolved a massive backlog in government food and cash assistance benefits that prompted local groups to take legal action last year
March 04
March 04

In a historic vote, French lawmakers approve a bill that makes abortion a constitutional right in France

In a historic vote, French lawmakers approve a bill that makes abortion a constitutional right in France
March 04
March 04

First over-the-counter birth control pill in US begins shipping to stores

The first over-the-counter birth control pill will be available in U.S. stores later this month
March 04
This image provided by Perrigo Company shows boxes of Opill, the first over-the-counter birth control pill available later this month in the United States. Manufacturer Perrigo said Monday, March 4, 2024 that it has begun shipping the medication, called Opill, to major retailers and pharmacies. (Perrigo Company via AP)
March 04

Scientists have used cells from fluid drawn during pregnancy to grow mini lungs and other organs

Scientists in the United Kingdom have created mini organs from cells floating in the fluid that surrounds a fetus in the womb
March 04
This microscope image provided by researchers in March 2024 shows an intestinal organoid with its distinctive 'bud' structure, created from cells collected from amniotic fluid. In a study published Monday, March 4, 2024, in the journal Nature Medicine, scientists in the United Kingdom described how they have made mini-organs from cells floating in amniotic fluid – an advance they believe could open up new areas of prenatal medicine. (Giuseppe Calà, Paolo De Coppi, Mattia Gerli via AP)
March 04

Ohio foundation begins process to distribute millions in opioid settlement money

Ohio is ready to begin doling out hundreds of millions of dollars in opioid settlement money to community and government organizations
March 04
FILE - This Aug. 15, 2017 file photo shows an arrangement of pills of the opioid oxycodone-acetaminophen, also known as Percocet, in New York. Ohio is ready to begin distributing millions of dollars in opioid settlement money to community and government organizations, an influx eagerly anticipated since the first sums were secured in 2021. The OneOhio Recovery Foundation, which has been tasked with distributing over $860 million of settlements reached with drugmakers and pharmaceutical companies for their roles in the national opioid crisis, plans to release its formal request for proposals Monday, March 4, 2024. (AP Photo/Patrick Sison, File)
March 04

First over-the-counter birth control pill will go on sale later this month

The pill was cleared by the FDA for use without a prescription last July.
March 04
Opill a daily oral contraceptive.
March 04

What to know about measles outbreak

ABC News medical contributor Dr. Alok Patel on why the disease is on the rise and how you can protect yourself and your children.
March 04
VIDEO: What to know about measles outbreak
March 04

Latest attempt to chip away at 'Obamacare' questions preventive health care

A federal appeals court is considering whether the government properly put in place requirements that health insurance plans affecting an estimated 150 million Americans must cover certain types of preventive care
March 04
FILE - The healthcare.gov website is seen on Dec. 14, 2021, in Fort Washington, Md. A federal appeals court was scheduled to hear arguments Monday, March 4, 2024 on whether former President Barack Obama's signature health care law requires full insurance coverage of certain types of preventive care, including HIV prevention and some types of cancer screenings. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)
March 04

France becomes the only country to explicitly guarantee abortion as a constitutional right

French lawmakers have overwhelmingly approved a bill to enshrine abortion rights in France’s constitution, making it the only country to explicitly guarantee a woman’s right to voluntarily terminate a pregnancy
March 04
An anti-abortion activist holds placard that reads 'shame' near the Palace of Versailles during the Congress session of both Houses of Parliament in Versailles, west of Paris, Monday, March 4, 2024. French lawmakers gather at the Palace of Versailles for a historic vote that will make abortion a constitutional right. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)
March 04

What's next for South Korean doctors who face license suspensions because of walkouts

South Korea’s government is pressing ahead with its vow to suspend the licenses of thousands of junior doctors who ignore its repeated demands to end their collective walkouts
March 04
Joo Sooho, a spokesperson at the Korea Medical Association, speaks during a briefing in Seoul, South Korea, Monday, March 4, 2024. South Korea’s government is pressing ahead with its vow to suspend the licenses of thousands of junior doctors who ignore its repeated demands to end their collective walkouts. (Kim Ju-sung/Yonhap via AP)
March 04

Indigenous women in Greenland sue Denmark over involuntary contraception in the 1960s and 1970s

A group of Indigenous women in Greenland has sued Denmark for forcing them to be fitted with intrauterine contraceptive devices in the 1960s and 1970s and demanded total compensation of nearly $6.3 million)
March 04
FILE - Homes are illuminated after the sunset in Tasiilaq, Greenland, Friday Aug. 16, 2019. A group of 143 Greenlandic women have sued the Danish state for having been fitted with coils in the 1960s and 1970s, and demand a total compensation of nearly 43 million kroner ($6.3 million), Danish broadcaster DR reported Monday, March 4, 2024.(AP Photo/Felipe Dana, File)
March 04

A 4-year-old Gaza boy lost his arm – and his family. Half a world away, he’s getting a second chance

A severely wounded 4-year-old boy from Gaza has come to the U.S. for medical care and a prosthetic arm after an Israeli airstrike killed his family
March 04
This undated photo, provided by Maha Abu Kuwaik, shows the family of 4-year-old Omar Abu Kuwaik at the Bureij refugee camp in Gaza. From left, are Omar's mother Azhaar Atef Aboul Eish, Omar, his father, Hazem Abu Kuwaik, and sister, Yasmeen Abu Kuwaik. On Dec. 6, 2023, Omar's parents and sister were killed in an Israeli airstrike. (Maha Abu Kuwaik via AP)
March 03

South Korea takes steps to suspend licenses of striking doctors after they refuse to end walkouts

South Korea’s government has begun steps to suspend the medical licenses of thousands of striking junior doctors, days after they missed a government-set deadline to end their joint walkouts, which have disrupted hospital operations
March 03
Doctors stage a rally against the government's medical policy in Seoul, South Korea, Sunday, March 3, 2024. Thousands of senior doctors rallied in Seoul on Sunday to express their support for junior doctors who have been on strike for nearly two weeks over a government plan to sharply increase the number of medical school admissions. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)
March 03

Prisoners with developmental disabilities face unique challenges. One facility is offering solutions

A Pennsylvania prison unit is helping men with autism and other intellectual and developmental disabilities stay safe behind bars while learning life skills
March 03
Chaplin David Jacquel visits with an inmate, Dec. 14, 2023, in the Neurodevelopmental Residential Treatment Unit at Pennsylvania's State Correctional Institution in Albion, Pa. The prison unit is helping men with autism and their intellectual and developmental disabilities stay safe behind bars while learning life skills. The unit is the first in the state and one of only a handful nationwide. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)
March 03

South Korean doctors hold massive anti-government rally over medical school recruitment plan

Thousands of senior doctors have rallied in the South Korean capital to express their support for junior doctors who have been on strike for nearly two weeks over a government plan to sharply increase the number of medical school admissions
March 03
Doctors stage a rally against the government's medical policy in Seoul, South Korea, Sunday, March 3, 2024. Thousands of senior doctors rallied in Seoul on Sunday to express their support for junior doctors who have been on strike for nearly two weeks over a government plan to sharply increase the number of medical school admissions. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)
March 02

In a rural California region, a plan takes shape to provide shade from dangerous heat

Elected officials, community leaders and farmworkers on Saturday launched a project to significantly increase the amount of shade in unincorporated areas in the Eastern Coachella Valley, a major agricultural area in southern California where temperatur...
March 02
FILE - Farm workers wait in line at Tudor Ranch in Mecca, Calif., Jan. 21, 2021. Every year, heat kills more people than floods, hurricanes and tornadoes combined, and experts warn that extreme heat will become more intense, frequent and lethal with climate change. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File)
March 02

Oregon may revive penalties for drug possession. What will the change do?

Oregon is poised to step back from its first-in-the-nation drug decriminalization law
March 02
FILE - Oregon Gov. Tina Kotek speaks during a signing ceremony in Washington, Friday, Feb. 23, 2024. A bill recriminalizing the possession of small amounts of drugs was passed by the Oregon Legislature, Friday, March 1, 2024, undoing a key part of the state’s first-in-the-nation drug decriminalization law as governments struggle to respond to the deadliest overdose crisis in U.S. history. The bill now heads to the desk of Kotek, who said in January that she is open to signing a bill that would roll back decriminalization, Oregon Public Broadcasting reported. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File)
March 02

In Rio, rife with dengue, bacteria-infected mosquitoes are making a difference

Since Rio de Janeiro declared a public health emergency after an outbreak of dengue fever last month, the city has ramped up testing capacities, opened up a dozen of dengue health centers and trained medical staff to attend the ever-growing needs of it...
March 02
A nurse gives a coagulation test to Amanda Victoria, who is suspected of having dengue, in the screening area of the Rodolpho Rocco Municipal Polyclinic in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Friday, March 1, 2024. (AP Photo/Bruna Prado)
March 01

Oregon lawmakers pass bill to recriminalize drug possession

The Oregon Legislature has passed a bill that recriminalizes the possession of small amounts of drugs
March 01
FILE - Oregon Gov. Tina Kotek speaks during a signing ceremony in Washington, Friday, Feb. 23, 2024. A bill recriminalizing the possession of small amounts of drugs was passed by the Oregon Legislature, Friday, March 1, 2024, undoing a key part of the state’s first-in-the-nation drug decriminalization law as governments struggle to respond to the deadliest overdose crisis in U.S. history. The bill now heads to the desk of Kotek, who said in January that she is open to signing a bill that would roll back decriminalization, Oregon Public Broadcasting reported. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File)
March 01

Medical groups urge Alabama Supreme Court to revisit frozen embryo ruling

Groups representing Alabama doctors and hospitals are urging the state Supreme Court to revisit a decision equating frozen embryos to children
March 01
Elizabeth Goldman holds a photo of her daughter, Zari Grace, as she tells her story to Secretary of U.S. Health and Human Services, Xavier Becerra who hosted a panel discussion with families directly affected by the Alabama Supreme Court Court decision, Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2024, in Birmingham, Ala. (AP Photo/Butch Dill)
March 01

As an opioids scourge devastates tribes in Washington, lawmakers advance a bill to provide relief

A bill that would bring millions of dollars to tribes in Washington state to address the opioid crisis has received unanimous support in the House
March 01
FILE - A container of Narcan, or naloxone, sits on tree roots at a longstanding homeless encampment near Walmart, Thursday, Feb. 8, 2024, in Bellingham, Wash. A bill that would bring millions of dollars to tribes in Washington state to address the opioid crisis received unanimous support in the House, Friday, March 1, 2024. (AP Photo/Lindsey Wasson, File)
March 01

Patient and 3 staffers charged in another patient's beating death at mental health facility

A patient, two psychiatric assistants and a nurse have been indicted on charges stemming from the beating death of another patient at a state-run mental health facility in Ohio
March 01
March 01
A health worker leaves a home after fumigating it for mosquitoes to help mitigate the spread of dengue in the Las Penitas area of Talara, Peru, Friday, March 1, 2024. Peru declared a health emergency in most of its provinces on Feb. 26 due to a growing number of dengue cases. (AP Photo/Martin Mejia)
March 01

Colorado paramedic gets five years in prison for death of Elijah McClain in rare prosecution of medical responders

Colorado paramedic gets five years in prison for death of Elijah McClain in rare prosecution of medical responders
March 01
March 01

CDC drops 5-day isolation period for recovering COVID-19 patients

People no longer need to stay isolated for five days after symptoms end.
March 01
Pedestrians wear masks in Los Angeles July 13, 2022.
March 01

Mistrial declared in Delaware lawsuit blaming landscaper's cancer on use of Roundup weedkiller

A Delaware judge has declared a mistrial in the latest lawsuit alleging that exposure to the popular weedkiller Roundup causes cancer
March 01
FILE - In this Feb. 24, 2019, file photo, containers of Roundup are displayed on a store shelf in San Francisco. A Delaware judge declared a mistrial Friday, March 1, 2024 in the latest lawsuit alleging that exposure to the popular weedkiller Roundup causes cancer. (AP Photo/Haven Daley, File)
March 01

Judge blocks Texas from collecting info on transgender children receiving gender-affirming care

A Texas judge has blocked the state's attorney general from forcing an LGBTQ+ advocacy group to hand over information about transgender children receiving gender-affirming medical care
March 01
March 01

CDC drops 5-day COVID isolation guideline

People recovering from COVID-19 no longer need to remain isolated for five days after symptoms end, according to the new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
March 01
People recovering from COVID-19 no longer need to remain isolated for five days after symptoms end, according to the new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
March 01

The CDC has relaxed COVID guidelines. Will schools and day cares follow suit?

Four years after the COVID-19 pandemic closed schools, the CDC says parents can start treating the virus like other respiratory illnesses
March 01
FILE - A student wears a mask and face shield in a 4th grade class amid the COVID-19 pandemic at Washington Elementary School on Jan. 12, 2022, in Lynwood, Calif. Four years after the COVID-19 pandemic closed schools and upended child care, the CDC says parents can start treating the virus like other respiratory illnesses. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)
March 01

New York attorney general says a county must rescind its ban on female transgender athletes

New York Attorney General Letitia James is demanding that a county on Long Island rescind its ban on transgender athletes competing in female sports
March 01
March 01

Yogurts can make limited claim that the food reduces risk of type 2 diabetes: FDA

Yogurt sold in the U.S. can make claims that the food may reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes based on limited evidence
March 01
FILE - Yogurt is displayed for sale at a grocery store in River Ridge, La. on July 11, 2018. On Friday, March 1, 2024, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said yogurt sold in the U.S. can make claims that the food may reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, based on limited evidence. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File)
March 01

CVS and Walgreens plan to start dispensing abortion pill mifepristone soon

Drugstore chains CVS Health and Walgreens plan to start dispensing the abortion pill mifepristone in a few states
March 01
FILE - Boxes of the drug mifepristone sit on a shelf at the West Alabama Women's Center in Tuscaloosa, Ala., on March 16, 2022. Drugstore chains CVS Health and Walgreens plan to start dispensing the abortion pill mifepristone in a few states. CVS Health will start filling prescriptions for the medication in Rhode Island and neighboring Massachusetts “in the weeks ahead,” spokeswoman Amy Thibault said Friday, March 1, 2024. (AP Photo/Allen G. Breed, File)
March 01

U.S. health officials drop 5-day isolation time for COVID-19

U.S. health officials say Americans with COVID-19 no longer need to stay in isolation for five days
March 01
FILE - McKenna Shuster works on a linocut art print which she does as a hobby in her home on the last night of a two-week self-isolation while recovering from symptoms of COVID-19 in Somerville, Mass., on March 26, 2020. On Friday, March 1, 2024, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said people who test positive for COVID-19 no longer need to stay in isolation for five days. The CDC changed its longstanding guidance, saying that people can return to work or regular activities if their symptoms are mild and improving and it's been a day since they've had a fever. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File)
March 01

US health officials drop 5-day isolation time for COVID-19

US health officials drop 5-day isolation time for COVID-19
March 01
March 01

CVS and Walgreens to begin selling abortion pill

Both pharmacies will provide the pill in a select number of states first.
March 01
In this Oct. 18, 2023 file photo, a Box of Mifepristone pills is shown at a pharmacy in Tehatta, India.
March 01

At Duke, basketball provides the perfect backdrop to salute 'kid captains' facing medical battles

The Duke men's basketball program is in its second year of honoring patients of the nearby children's hospital
March 01
Marcelle Scheyer, right, wife of Duke coach Jon Scheyer, applauds after presenting a basketball signed by coach Scheyer to Samantha DiMartino as an honoree of the Scheyer Family Kid Captain Program, which recognizes patients and families of Duke Children's Hospital, during a timeout in an NCAA college basketball game between Duke and Louisville in Durham, N.C., Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2024. (AP Photo/Ben McKeown)
March 01

What to know about the latest court rulings, data and legislation on abortion in the US

A judge in Montana ruled against restrictions in one of several developments this week on how abortion works in the U.S. since Roe v. Wade was overturned
March 01
FILE - Rabbis and supporters from around the country gather for a rally, one day after the midterm elections, to show their support for protecting abortion rights Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2022, in Clayton, Mo. The state of abortion access in the U.S. remains in flux with an accusation against Planned Parenthood in Missouri and a plan to educate doctors headed to the governor in South Dakota. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson, File)
March 01

The impact of weight loss drugs on relationships

ABC News contributor Dr. Alok Patel talks about the how weight loss drugs can change relationships, tips for staying asleep at night and organ donor requirements.
March 01
VIDEO: The impact of weight loss drugs on relationships
March 01

Alabama IVF ruling highlights importance of state supreme court races in this year's US elections

The recent ruling in Alabama that frozen embryos are legally considered children has created a political firestorm after the decision halted treatment for many couples trying to have families through fertility treatments
March 01
FILE - People gather outside the Florida Supreme Court, Feb. 7, 2024, in Tallahassee, Fla. The recent ruling by the Alabama Supreme Court that frozen embryos can be considered children, halting IVF treatments in the state, is a clear example of why races for state supreme courts will be among the most hotly contested this year. State high court seats will be on the ballot in more than 30 states, and several of those races have the potential to flip political control of the court. (AP Photo/Brendan Farrington, File)
March 01

With trash bins now required in NYC, only the rats are sorry to see the garbage piles go

New York City’s tradition of piling garbage bags on the sidewalk for pickup is going the way of the dinosaur
March 01
FILE - In this Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015, photo, an open and overflowing garbage container is seen next to a park in the Chinatown neighborhood of New York. As of Friday, March 1, 2024, all 200,000 businesses in the Big Apple are required to put out their bags of trash in garbage bins, as communities across the county and world have long done. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer, File)
March 01

The EU says it will send funds to Gaza's main aid provider after the UN agency agrees to an audit

The European Union says it will pay $54 million to the main provider of aid in Gaza next week
March 01
FILE - The Commissioner-General of the U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees, Philippe Lazzarini, speaks during an interview with The Associated Press at the UNRWA headquarters in Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2023.The head of the main United Nations agency supporting people in Gaza alleges that Israel is intent on “destroying” it along with the idea that Palestinians are refugees and have a right one day to return home. Philippe Lazzarini in an interview with a Swiss newspaper accuses Israel of having a “long-term political goal” of eliminating the agency created decades ago to assist Palestinians who fled during the war over Israel’s creation. (AP Photo/Bilal Hussein, File)
March 01

Why Missouri currently doesn't allow pregnant women to be legally divorced

Judges some places don't grant divorces when one of the parties is pregnant — and one Missouri lawmaker is trying to change that, at least in her state
March 01
FILE - The Missouri State Capitol stands on Sept. 16, 2022, in Jefferson City, Mo. A Missouri lawmaker has introduced legislation in Feb. 2024, to spell out that the state’s judges can grant divorces even when one spouse is pregnant. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson, File)
March 01

Paramedic gets 5 years in prison for Elijah McClain’s death in rare case against medical responders

A Colorado paramedic was sentenced Friday to five years in prison for the death of Elijah McClain, a Black man whose name became part of the rallying cries for social justice that swept the U.S. in 2020
March 01
Lawyers console Paramedic Peter Cichuniec after his sentence is read on Friday, March 1, 2024 in Brighton, Colo. Cichuniec was sentenced to five years in prison for the death of Elijah McClain in a rare prosecution of medical responders that has left officials rethinking how they treat people in police custody.(Colorado State Court via AP, POOL)
February 29

Missouri is suing Planned Parenthood based on a conservative group's sting video

Missouri’s attorney general has filed a lawsuit accusing Planned Parenthood of illegally taking minors into Kansas to obtain abortions without parental consent
February 29
FILE - Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey speaks to reporters in Jefferson City, Mo., Jan. 3, 2023. Bailey filed a lawsuit on Thursday, Feb. 29, 2024, that seeks an injunction against Planned Parenthood Great Plains. The suit accuses the organization of transporting minors to Kansas for abortions without parental consent, in violation of Missouri law. (AP Photo/David A. Lieb, File)
February 29

Montana judge declares 3 laws restricting abortion unconstitutional, including a 20-week limit

A Montana judge has declared that three state laws restricting abortion access are unconstitutional, including a ban on abortions beyond 20 weeks of gestation
February 29
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