China’s tech workers burn out in ‘996’ rat race

At the age of 28, Wang’s energy levels are low. His eyes feel strained and dry. His sleep is light, and he says he’s put on 20 pounds since he started working as a developer…

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Within 72 hours, abortion may be unavailable in Missouri, advocates warn

The state’s health department is expected to block services at the last health center providing abortions, according to Planned Parenthood Federation of America and Reproductive Health Services of Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region….

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Burnout is an official medical diagnosis, World Health Organization says

Burnout is now a legitimate medical diagnosis, according to the International Classification of Diseases, or the ICD-11, the World Health Organization’s handbook that guides medical providers in diagnosing diseases. Burnout now appears in the ICD-11’s…

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Clarence Thomas, Ruth Bader Ginsburg draw battle lines for future abortion cases

In an unsigned opinion, the justices let stand a lower court opinion that invalidated part of an Indiana law that said the state can ban abortions solely motivated by the race, sex or disability of…

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Doctors and dentists continue to prescribe opioids to teens and young adults at high rates, study says

Researchers analyzed visits to emergency rooms and outpatient clinics for adolescents and young adults ages 13 to 22 between 2005 and 2015 using data from two national surveys conducted by the National Center for Health…

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Rescued hiker describes sleeping in boar dens

The search team that found Amanda Eller now shifts its focus to a missing Maui man, according to rescuer Javier Cantellops.  Police and fire personnel were searching the area of Kapilau Ridge Trail for Noah…

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Questions raised around accelerating cancer drugs for approval

Yet a new study questions the clinical benefit of some drugs in the program and suggests ways in which the program could be improved. A surrogate endpoint serves as a way to measure the impact…

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Arwa Damon shows you what it's like at Everest base camp

With another mountaineer dying after summiting Mount Everest, CNN’s Senior International Correspondent Arwa Damon looks at the conditions the mountaineers face. Source link

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Transgender people are not mentally ill, the WHO decrees

The new classification is expected to improve social acceptance among transgender people while still making important health resources available, the United Nations health agency said last year in announcing the intended change. The new standard…

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Everest climber: We had to step over lifeless bodies

A filmmaker described what it was like climbing Mount Everest and, at times, having to move past climbers that caused a “traffic jam” from overcrowding. Source link

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