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Nevada abortion-rights measure has enough signatures for November ballot, supporters say

Abortion access advocates in Nevada say they have submitted almost twice the number of petition signatures needed to qualify a measure for the November ballot that would enshrine reproductive rights in the state constitution
29 minutes ago
People hold signs during a news conference by Nevadans for Reproductive Freedom, Monday, May 20, 2024, in Las Vegas. Abortion access advocates in Nevada said Monday they've submitted twice the number of petition signatures needed to qualify for a ballot measure aimed at enshrining what they term reproductive rights in the state constitution. (AP Photo/John Locher)
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Mother who said school officials hid her teen's gender expression appeals judge's dismissal of case

A Maine woman is appealing the dismissal of her lawsuit that accused school officials of encouraging her teen’s gender expression by providing a chest binder and using a new name and pronouns, without consulting her
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FILE - In this photograph provided by Stephen Davis Phillips/Goldwater Institute, Amber Lavigne, of Newcastle, Maine, poses on March 25, 2023, at her home in Newcastle. A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit brought by the Maine woman who accused school officials of encouraging her teen’s gender expression by providing a chest binder and using a new name and pronouns, without consulting parents. (Stephen Davis Phillips/Goldwater Institute via AP)
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Abortion rights group says it has enough signatures on petition for ballot measure

More than 200,000 people from all 17 counties signed, the group said.
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Abortion rights activists march along Fremont Street Experience as they protest the overturning of Roe Vs. Wade by the Supreme Court, in Las Vegas, June 24, 2022.
May 20

EPA warns of increasing cyberattacks on water systems, urges utilities to take immediate action

The Environmental Protection Agency warns that cyberattacks against water utilities around the U.S. are becoming more frequent and more severe
May 20
FILE - This photo provided by the Municipal Water Authority of Aliquippa shows the screen of a Unitronics device that was hacked in Aliquippa, Pa., Saturday, Nov. 25, 2023. Cyberattacks against water utilities across the country are becoming more frequent and more severe, the Environmental Protection Agency warned Monday, May 20, 2024, as it issued an enforcement alert urging water systems to take immediate actions to protect the nation's drinking water from electronic threats. (Municipal Water Authority of Aliquippa via AP, File)
May 20

EPA warns cyberattacks against water utilities more frequent and severe, urges steps to protect nation's drinking water

EPA warns cyberattacks against water utilities more frequent and severe, urges steps to protect nation's drinking water
May 20
May 20

Mental health awareness: The effect of climate change

ABC News' chief climate correspondent explains how climate change can impact your mental health.
May 20
VIDEO: Mental health awareness: The effect of climate change
May 20

Judge rules Ohio law that keeps cities from banning flavored tobacco is unconstitutional

Ohio law that keeps cities from banning flavored tobacco ruled unconstitutional.
May 20
FILE - Varieties of disposable flavored electronic cigarette devices are displayed at a store in Pinecrest, Fla., Monday, June 26, 2023. A judge has found that an Ohio law prohibiting cities from banning the sale of flavored tobacco products is unconstitutional. The state is expected to appeal the ruling issued Friday by Franklin County Common Pleas Court Judge Mark Serrott. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell, File)
May 20

Can pink noise enhance sleep and memory? Early research drives a color noise buzz

White noise is frequently used to mask background sounds and it now has competition in a rainbow of colors
May 20
Dr. Roneil Malkani shows an example of pink noise being used to enhance slow brainwaves during deep sleep at the Center for Circadian & Sleep Medicine at Northwestern Medicine in Chicago on May 16, 2024. Pink noise has a frequency profile “very similar to the distribution of brain wave frequencies we see in slow-wave sleep because these are large, slow waves,” said Malkani, assistant professor of neurology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. (AP Photo/Laura Bargfeld)
May 20

Britain slammed in inquiry for infecting thousands with tainted blood and covering up the scandal

An inquiry has found that British authorities and the public health service knowingly exposed tens of thousands of patients to deadly infections through contaminated blood and blood products and hid the truth about the disaster for decades
May 20
Britain's former health minister David Owen and former health secretary and Mayor of Manchester Andy Burnham listen, during a press conference at Church House in Westminster, after the publication of the Infected Blood Inquiry report, in London, Monday, May 20, 2024. An inquiry has found that British authorities and the public health service knowingly exposed tens of thousands of patients to deadly infections through contaminated blood and blood products and hid the truth about the disaster for decades. (Stefan Rousseau/PA via AP)
May 20

After the only hospital in town closed, a North Carolina city directs its ire at politicians

After one North Carolina city's only hospital closed, residents there say they're not only worried about their health but they've lost trust in politicians
May 20
Martin General Hospital sits vacant in Williamston, N.C., on Wednesday, April 10, 2024. After the closing of Williamston's only hospital, residents there say they're not only worried about their health but they've lost trust in politicians. The struggle to reopen its only emergency room could signal trouble for President Joe Biden's re-election campaign, which is centered around his health care accomplishments. (AP Photo/Allen G. Breed)
May 20

US pediatricians reverse decades-old advice against HIV-positive mothers breastfeeding

A top U.S. pediatricians’ group is making a sharp policy change about breastfeeding by people with HIV
May 20
This 2021 photo provided by Ci Ci Covin shows her nursing her newborn, Zuri, in Philadelphia. When Covin, diagnosed with HIV over a decade earlier, became pregnant with her now 2-year-old daughter, her health care team helped her successfully breastfeed for seven months. Covin took her prescriptions as directed and also gave the baby drugs to prevent infection. (Courtesy Ci Ci Covin via AP)
May 19

Democrats campaigning to suspend filibuster rule to pass abortion protections

Many Democrats campaigning for the Senate this year say they support suspending the filibuster rule to pass nationwide abortion protections
May 19
FILE - Sen. Tammy Baldwin, D-Wis., speaks before President Joe Biden, Jan. 25, 2024, in Superior, Wis. Several Democrats running for the Senate this year say they support overriding the filibuster, which requires a 60-vote supermajority to pass legislation, to protect reproductive rights if their party retains control of the chamber. Baldwin has made protecting reproductive rights a cornerstone of her campaign — and she's willing to back that up by pledging to change the Senate filibuster rules if Democrats retain control of the chamber. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)
May 19

‘How do you get hypothermia in a prison?’ Records show hospitalizations among Virginia inmates

A lawsuit over a Virginia prison inmate's death has raised broader questions about conditions at the lockup and newly obtained records are providing further insights
May 19
The Marion Correctional Treatment Center is shown Thursday, May 16, 2024, in Marion, Va. A lawsuit over a Virginia prison inmate's death has raised broader questions about conditions at the lockup, and newly obtained records are now providing further insights. The records obtained by The Associated Press show inmates at the Marion Correctional Treatment Center, which houses predominantly mentally ill offenders, were hospitalized for hypothermia at least 13 times in three years. (AP Photo/Earl Neikirk)
May 19

What happened in the UK's infected blood scandal from the 1970s to '90s?

The final report of the U.K.’s infected blood inquiry has been published, six years after it started its work
May 19
Infected blood campaigners gather in Parliament Square, ahead of the publication of the final report into the scandal, in London, Sunday, May 19, 2024. The final report of the U.K.’s infected blood inquiry will be published Monday, six years after it started its work. The inquiry heard evidence as to how thousands of people contracted HIV or hepatitis from transfusions of tainted blood and blood products in the 1970s and 1980s. (Aaron Chown/PA via AP)
May 19

Ohio voters approved reproductive rights. Will the state's near-ban on abortion stand?

A judge's decision in a lawsuit against Ohio’s ban on most abortions could be near
May 19
FILE - Issue 1 supporters celebrate as Rhiannon Carnes, executive director, Ohio Women's Alliance, speaks at a watch party, Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2023, in Columbus Ohio. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)
May 18

Water, water everywhere ... most is now safe to drink in an English village after parasite outbreak

Most residents near a scenic fishing village in southwestern England were told their tap water is safe to drink again after a parasite sickened more than 45 people
May 18
People collect bottled water at Broadsands Car Park in Paignton, England, Friday May 17, 2024. Most residents living near a scenic fishing village in southwestern England where a parasite in the water sickened more than 45 people were told Saturday, May 18, 2024, that they could safely drink the water again. South West Water said it lifted its boil notice for most of the 17,000 homes and businesses around the Brixham area of Devon that had been affected after cryptosporidium, a microscopic parasite that causes diarrhea, was found in the water. (Ben Birchall/PA via AP)
May 18

For decades, states have taken foster children's federal benefits. That's starting to change

States have for decades been using foster children's federal Social Security benefits to help cover the costs of state services
May 18
Maine state Rep. Amy Roeder, left, poses for a photo with her son, Evan, in the Maine House of Representatives on Dec. 7, 2022, in Augusta, Maine. Roeder adopted her son from foster care and has sponsored legislation that would require the state to set aside foster children's Social Security survivor benefits for their unmet needs or future use. (Amy Roeder via AP)
May 17

Fall trial set for pharmacist in 11 Michigan meningitis deaths after plea deal talks fizzle

A fall trial has been set for a pharmacist charged with second-degree murder in the deaths of 11 Michigan residents
May 17
Michigan Assistant Attorney General Shawn Ryan speaks in court in Howell, Mich., on Friday, May 17, 2024. A judge set a trial date for Glenn Chin, seated in orange. He's a pharmacist blamed for 11 deaths linked to contaminated steroids made in 2012 at a Massachusetts specialty lab. (AP Photo/Ed White)
May 17

Parents of disabled children sue Indiana over Medicaid changes addressing $1 billion shortfall

Mothers of two children with disabilities are suing an Indiana agency in federal court over changes to Medicaid attendant care services they say violate the Americans with Disabilities Act
May 17
FILE - The Indiana Statehouse appears on May 5, 2017, in Indianapolis. Mothers of two children with disabilities are suing an Indiana agency in federal court over changes to Medicaid attendant care services they say violate the Americans with Disabilities Act, Friday, May 17, 2024. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy, File)
May 17

GOP fighting, 50-hour Democratic filibuster kill push to make amending Missouri Constitution harder

Missouri Republican lawmakers have failed to pass a proposal to make it harder to amend the state constitution
May 17
Missouri House Speaker Dean Plocher holds a press conference while surrounded by other House Republicans on the final work day of the annual legislative session, Friday, May 17, 2024, in Jefferson City, Mo. (AP Photo/David A. Lieb)
May 17

‘My book is what to expect if you expect to live beyond 40,’ says Dr. Sharon Malone

Malone says it's 'buy and beware' when it comes to vitamins and supplements.
May 17
VIDEO: Dr. Sharon Malone: ‘My book is what to expect if you expect to live beyond 40’
May 17

They were treating waves of wounded in Gaza. Then an Israeli assault trapped the foreign doctors

Teams of 35 international doctors, including 22 Americans, were trapped in Gaza after Israel seized the main crossing into Egypt and sealed off their way out
May 17
Dr. Ammar Ghanem, an ICU specialist from Detroit volunteering with the Syrian American Medical Society at one of Gaza's last functioning hospitals, left, poses with his family in Orlando, Fla., late Feb. 2024. A group of 35 foreign doctors on a volunteer mission to help at the hospital, including 22 Americans, have been trapped in Gaza by Israel’s seizure of the Rafah crossing into Egypt.
May 17

Abortion rights initiatives make the ballot in South Dakota and Colorado

Abortion rights ballot initiatives will go before Colorado and South Dakota voters this November
May 17
FILE - Colorado State Sen. Julie Gonzales, third from left, takes a photo of state Rep. Brianna Titone, Colorado Gov. Jared Polis, state Sen. Sonya Jaquez Lewis and state Rep. Meg Froelich and others before Polis signed the first of three bills that enshrine protections for abortion and gender-affirming care procedures and medications, April 14, 2023, in the State Capitol in Denver. Voters in both Colorado and South Dakota will have a say on abortion rights this fall after supporters collected enough valid signatures to put measures on the ballot. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski,File)
May 17

Judge says South Carolina can enforce 6-week abortion ban amid dispute over when a heartbeat begins

A state judge has ruled that South Carolina can continue to enforce a ban on nearly all abortions around six weeks after conception as an appeal continues on what exactly defines a heartbeat under the law
May 17
Taylor Shelton, right, who sued South Carolina over the definition of "heartbeat" under the state's 2023 abortion law hugs lawyer Malissa Burnette, left, on Thursday, May 2, 2024, in Columbia, S.C. (AP Photo/Jeffrey Collins)
May 17

Dr. Patel answers questions about lead exposure, snoring, and more

Dr. Alok Patel shares health advice about screening for lead exposure, mouth taping for snoring, and "healthy" weight gain.
May 17
VIDEO: Dr. Patel answers questions about lead exposure, snoring, and more
May 17

Tick season has arrived. Protect yourself with these tips

Tick season is starting across the U.S., and experts are warning the bloodsuckers may be as plentiful as ever
May 17
Researcher Erik Foster talks in his laboratory about ticks during a tour of the Center for Disease Control laboratory Thursday, April 4, 2024, in Fort Collins, Colo. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
May 17

English fishing village told to boil water after a parasite outbreak sickens over 45 people

A scenic fishing village in southwestern England is on its third day under instructions to boil its tap water after a parasite sickened more than 45 people
May 17
Sally Dart, who runs Flotsam 50 near Brixham Harbour, a shop that sells artwork, furniture, and flowers poses in Brixham, Friday May 17, 2024. Around 16,000 homes and businesses in the Brixham area of Devon were told to boil water after cryptosporidium, a microscopic parasite that causes diarrhea, was found in the water. Sally Dart, who runs a housewares shop near Brixham Harbor, said people in town first began feeling ill two weeks ago during a pirate festival. "No one was checking the quality of the water and we’ve all got sick and it’s stupid,” she said. (Piers Mucklejohn/PA via AP)
May 16

Dr. Sharon Malone: ‘My book is what to expect if you expect to live beyond 40’

ABC News’ Linsey Davis spoke with former OB/GYN Dr. Sharon Malone on her new book ‘Grown Woman Talk’ to discuss how women over 40 should take care of themselves and being your best health advocate.
May 16
VIDEO: Dr. Sharon Malone: ‘My book is what to expect if you expect to live beyond 40’
May 16

Judge dismisses lawsuit by Georgia court candidate who sued to keep talking about abortion

A federal judge is rejecting a lawsuit by a former Democratic congressman running for Georgia state Supreme Court who claims a state agency is unconstitutionally trying to block him from talking about abortion
May 16
John Barrow speaks to a Democratic group in Hoschton, Ga., on Monday, April 15, 2024, seeking support in his race for the Georgia Supreme Court. Barrow is basing his campaign for the high court around his support for abortion rights as he challenges incumbent Justice Andrew Pinson in a nonpartisan election in May. (AP Photo/Jeff Amy)
May 16

Watchdog: EPA's lead pipe fix sent about $3 billion to states based on unverified data

The Environmental Protection Agency watchdog says the agency distributed about $3 billion to states last year to replace harmful lead pipes based on unverified data
May 16
May 16

What to know about self-swabbing for HPV after FDA approves new kits

HPV is the most common STI in the U.S. and can lead to cervical cancer.
May 16
May 16

Justice Department formally moves to reclassify marijuana as a less dangerous drug in historic shift

The Justice Department has formally moved to reclassify marijuana as a less dangerous drug, a historic shift in generations of U.S. drug policy
May 16
FILE - Cannabis clones are displayed for customers at Home Grown Apothecary, April 19, 2024, in Portland, Ore. The Justice Department has formally moved to reclassify marijuana as a less dangerous drug in a historic shift to generations of drug policy in the United States. A proposed rule sent Thursday to the federal register recognizes the medical uses of cannabis and acknowledge it has less potential for abuse than some of the nation’s most dangerous drugs. (AP Photo/Jenny Kane, File)
May 16

Justice Department formally moves to reclassify marijuana as a less dangerous drug in a historic shift in US drug policy

Justice Department formally moves to reclassify marijuana as a less dangerous drug in a historic shift in US drug policy
May 16
May 16

Teen who ate spicy tortilla chip died of high chile consumption and had a heart defect, autopsy says

An autopsy of a Massachusetts teen who died after participating in a spicy tortilla chip challenge says his death was caused by eating a large quantity of chile pepper extract
May 16
FILE - A Paqui One Chip Challenge chip is displayed in Boston, Friday, Sept. 8, 2023. A medical examiner says a Massachusetts teen who participated in a spicy tortilla chip challenge died from ingesting a substance “with a high capsaicin concentration,” according to autopsy results The Associated Press obtained late Wednesday, May 15, 2024. Capsaicin is a chili pepper extract. Harris Wolobah died on Sept. 1, 2023, after eating the chip. (AP Photo/Steve LeBlanc, File)
May 16

Medical examiner links spicy tortilla chips to death of Massachusetts teen who took part in social media challenge

Medical examiner links spicy tortilla chips to death of Massachusetts teen who took part in social media challenge
May 16
May 16

Takeaways from the AP's investigation into how US prisoners are hurt or killed on the job

An Associated Press investigation into prison labor in the United States found that prisoners who are hurt or killed on the job are often being denied the rights and protections offered to other American workers
May 16
FILE - *Inmate firefighter David Clary, 41, with the Mount Gleason Conservation Camp 16, walks down a steep hill after eight hours of fighting a wildfire in the Angeles National Forest near Azusa, Calif., Saturday, Sept. 5, 2009. California currently has about 1,250 prisoners trained to fight fires and has used them since the 1940s. It pays its "Angels in Orange" $2.90 to $5.12 a day, plus an extra $1 an hour when they work during emergencies. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File)
May 16

US prisoners are being assigned dangerous jobs. But what happens if they are hurt or killed?

An Associated Press investigation into prison labor in the United States found that prisoners who are hurt or killed on the job are often being denied the rights and protections offered to other American workers
May 16
Marco Sanchez walks the streets of Paducah, Ky., on Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2023, after being released from McCracken County Jail. Sanchez risked his life to pull fellow employees from the debris of the Kentucky candle factory which was destroyed by a tornado in 2021 where he was on work release. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)
May 16

South Korean court rejects effort to block plan that would boost medical school admissions

A South Korean court has ruled in favor of the government’s contentious plan to drastically boost medical school admissions
May 16
FILE - Doctors stage a rally against the government's medical policy in Seoul, South Korea, on March 3, 2024. A South Korean court ruled in favor of the government's plan to drastically boost medical school admissions on Thursday, May 16, 2024, media reports said. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon, File)
May 16

Yonhap news agency says Seoul court has ruled in favor of the government’s plan to boost medical school admissions

Yonhap news agency says Seoul court has ruled in favor of the government’s plan to boost medical school admissions
May 16
May 15

Hawaii study shows almost 75% of Maui wildfire survey participants have respiratory issues

A University of Hawaii study examining the health effects of last year’s deadly wildfires on Maui has found that up to 74% of participants may have difficulty breathing and otherwise have poor respiratory health
May 15
FILE - A man views the aftermath of a wildfire in Lahaina, Hawaii, Aug. 19, 2023. A University of Hawaii study examining the health effects of last year's deadly wildfires on Maui found that up to 74% of participants may have difficulty breathing and otherwise have poor respiratory health, and almost half showed signs of compromised lung function. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File)
May 15

North Carolina lawmakers push bill to ban most public mask wearing, citing crime

Republican lawmakers in North Carolina are pushing forward with their plan to repeal a pandemic-era law that allowed the wearing of masks in public for health reasons, a move spurred in part by demonstrations against the war in Gaza that have included ...
May 15
Simone Hetherington, a speaker during public comment, urges lawmakers not to pass the masking bill during the state Senate Rules Committee in the Legislative Building in Raleigh, N.C., Wednesday, May 15, 2024. Hetherington told lawmakers she is immunocompromised and is concerned how the bill would impact her ability to wear a mask in public. (AP Photo/Makiya Seminera)
May 15

New Kansas abortion clinic will open to help meet demand from restrictive neighboring states

A new abortion clinic is going to open in southeast Kansas this fall, bolstering the state’s role as a regional hub for reproductive health services since the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade
May 15
FILE - A supporter holds up a sign during Missourians for Constitutionals Freedom kick-off petition drive, Feb. 6, 2024, in Kansas City, Mo. Comprehensive Health of Planned Parenthood Great Plains announced Tuesday, May 14, 2024, that Pittsburg, Kansas, will be home to a new facility providing abortion procedures and pills, as well as pregnancy services, contraception and testing and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases. (AP Photo/Ed Zurga, File)
May 15

Judge quickly denies request to discard $38 million verdict in New Hampshire youth center abuse case

The judge has refused to discard a $38 million verdict in the landmark trial about physical and sexual abuse at New Hampshire’s youth detention center
May 15
FILE - The Sununu Youth Services Center in Manchester, N.H., stands among trees, Jan. 28, 2020. A New Hampshire jury awarded $38 million to the man who blew the lid off abuse allegations at the state's youth detention center Friday, May 3, 2024, in a landmark case finding the state's negligence allowed him to be beaten, raped and held in solitary confinement as a teen. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa, File)
May 15

Walgreens announces it will sell a generic version of over-the-counter Narcan

Walgreens said its generic version of Narcan will be priced at $34.99.
May 15
A Walgreens store is seen, March 9, 2023, in Richmond, Calif.
May 15

Participation in the NHL's player assistance program is up this season. That may not be a bad thing

Five NHL players left their teams this season to receive care from an off-ice assistance program run by the league and union
May 15
Carolina Hurricanes' Evgeny Kuznetsov (92) celebrates his penalty shot goal against the New York Islanders during the first period in Game 5 of an NHL hockey Stanley Cup first-round playoff series in Raleigh, N.C., Tuesday, April 30, 2024. (AP Photo/Karl B DeBlaker)
May 15

A new South Africa health law aims at deep inequality, but critics say they'll challenge it

South Africa's president has signed into law a bill that aims to overhaul the healthcare system to address deep inequality, but it faces legal challenges from critics
May 15
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa shows the signed bill for National Health Insurance signed into law in Pretoria, South Africa, Wednesday, May 15, 2024. Cyril Ramaphosa on Wednesday signed into law a new health bill that aims to overhaul the country’s healthcare system but is set to face legal challenges from opposition parties. (AP Photo/The,ba Hadebe)
May 15

Mental Health Awareness Month: The science behind a positive mood

How gratitude practices can help boost your mood and mental health.
May 15
VIDEO: Mental Health Awareness Month: The science behind a positive mood
May 15

Fewer US overdose deaths were reported last year, but experts are still cautious

The number of U.S. fatal overdoses fell last year
May 15
FILE - A container of Narcan, a brand name version of the opioid overdose-reversal drug naloxone, sits on a table following a demonstration at the Health and Human Services Humphrey Building on Friday, Sept. 8, 2023, in Washington. The number of U.S. fatal overdoses fell in 2023 — for only the second time since the current national epidemic of drug deaths began more than three decades ago. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention posted the numbers on Wednesday, May 15, 2024. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein, File)
May 15

US government data shows the number of fatal overdoses fell last year

US government data shows the number of fatal overdoses fell last year
May 15
May 15

Drug overdose deaths fell in 2023, 1st decrease in 5 years, CDC data shows

Overdose deaths involving opioids, including fentanyl, fell from 2022 to 2023.
May 15
Oxycodone pain pills prescribed for a patient with chronic pain in Norwich, Connecticut, March 23, 2016. Communities nationwide are struggling with the unprecedented opioid pain pill and heroin addiction epidemic.
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