Health

Taking abortion pill at home as safe as in a clinic

Taking abortion pill at home as safe as in a clinic

Each year an estimated 43,000 women die because they lack access to safe legal abortions services through their nations' health care systems. If they met the requirements, the women were mailed abortion pills - a World Health Organization recommended dose of mifepristone and misoprostol - to an address outside the country because Irish customs would confiscate them.



Ian Brady dies at 79, refused to reveal victim Bennett's location

LONDON (AP) — A British coroner says he won't release the body of serial killer Ian Brady until there's a guarantee his ashes won't be scattered on the moor where Brady buried his victims. "For their relentless appeals and false hopes that they gave the families for over 50 years destroyed all of the families as well, even to this day".


Scottish Labour leader targets pro-Remain, pro-Union voters

Scottish Labour leader targets pro-Remain, pro-Union voters

In her reference to Scotland "regaining" membership, Sturgeon confirmed previous hints she accepts she may have to retreat from her preferred timescale of staging a referendum between autumn 2018 and spring 2019, before Brexit takes place. "And on Scotland, Labour can only mimic the Tories' anti-independence obsession". A decade on from the nationalists first coming to power in Edinburgh, the First Minister claimed the country had "come a long way".


Theresa May woos Labour voters with pledges on workers' rights

Theresa May woos Labour voters with pledges on workers' rights

Today, the prime minister will announce "the greatest extension of rights and protections for employees by any Conservative government in history". "By working with business, reducing taxes and dealing with the deficit we have already delivered steady improvements to the economic prospects of working people".



A SC teen died from drinking too much caffeine

Watts said this is the first such case that he knows of in Richland County since he has been the county coroner. " We lost Davis from a totally legal substance - that any one of you can walk out of here today and stop at any store and get any one of those things".


Australia considers banning laptops from airliner cabins

Australia considers banning laptops from airliner cabins

Taking a cue from the United States and the UK, Australia is seriously considering banning laptops and other big electronic devices into the cabins of some worldwide flights. In the United States, the ban affects direct inbound flights on some airlines from eight Muslim-majority nations, with any electronic devices larger than a smartphone (excluding medical devices) banned from being carried on board.