State Highlights Sailor Shoots Three Others Himself At Pearl Harbor Inmate’s Near Suicide As Guards Stood By Sends Rikers Into Crisis

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Research Links Hair Dyes And Chemical Straighteners To Alarming Increase In Breast Cancer Rates For Black Women

A new study finds that black women who regularly used permanent dyes to color their hair were 60 percent more likely to develop breast cancer. While earlier research on hair dye and cancer risk included mostly white women, 9% of this study's participants were African-American women. In other public health news: CTE, children's health, a once-a-month birth control pill, and more.

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As His Wife’s Caregiver A Doctor Discovers What’s Missing At Health Care’s Core

As His Wife’s Caregiver A Doctor Discovers What’s Missing At Health Care’s CoreHarvard psychiatrist Arthur Kleinman shed his “veil of ignorance” during 11 years serving as the primary family caregiver for his wife, who had a rare form of early Alzheimer’s disease. In a new book, “The Soul of Care,” he offers suggestions for transforming health care ― just as caregiving transformed him.

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