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Coffee may come with a cancer warning in California

(CNN)California coffee shops may soon be forced to warn customers about a possible cancer risk linked to their morning jolt of java. A lawsuit first filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court in 2010 by the nonprofit Council for Education and Research on Toxics targets several companies that make or sell coffee, including Starbucks, 7-Eleven and BP. The suit alleges ...

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A Bunch Of Things Im Really Trying To Let Go Of This Year

Ari He *Comparing my career path to people who are (or are around) my age and convincing myself that if my situation isn’t exactly like theirs, I’ve failed. *Holding on to bad days after they’re over. *Scrolling through my newsfeeds in a way that is mindless and frenetic. I understand that, at least for myself and my career, it’s impractical ...

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Hundreds of thousands living in squalid rented homes in England

Estimated 338,000 properties rented by under-35s likely to cause harm Hundreds of thousands living in squalid rented homes in England Estimated 338,000 properties rented by under-35s hazardous and likely to cause harm Robert Booth Last modified on Sun 28 Jan 2018 19.35EST Share via Email Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp The kitchen of a rented property in Newham. The ...

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Apple previews iOS 11.3s new Animojis and battery service warnings

More big news out of Apple this morning. The company’s offering up a preview of what’s to come in the latest version of its mobile operating system. The biggest updates here are coming to power management, its augmented reality platform ARKit, Animoji and the company’s Health app. Notably, the new version of the operating system also features a some key ...

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California university students could soon have access to abortion pills

Students at University of California and California State University schools may have access to abortion-inducing medication in campus health clinics by 2022. A bill focused on passing these measures, SB 320, would require all heath centers within four-year public universities to stock mifepristone and misoprostol, the two drugs used to induce a medication abortion for pregnancies less than 10 weeks. Medication ...

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