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Life expectancy to keep rising; S. Korean women could hit 91

Life expectancy to keep rising; S. Korean women could hit 91

A new study predicts most people born in rich countries will live longer by 2030
Published: 02/22/17

Study: Most Texas school districts have scant sex education

A new study finds that more than four-fifths of Texas school districts teach no sex education or only teach abstinence
Published: 02/14/17
Thailand hands out prenatal vitamins for Valentine's Day

Thailand hands out prenatal vitamins for Valentine's Day

Just in time for Valentine's Day, the Thai government is handing out pills it calls "very magical vitamins" to prospective mothers to boost the country's falling birthrate
Published: 02/14/17
Thailand hands out prenatal vitamins for Valentine's Day

Thailand hands out prenatal vitamins for Valentine's Day

Just in time for Valentine's Day, the Thai government is handing out pills it calls "very magical vitamins" to prospective mothers to boost the country's falling birthrate
Published: 02/14/17

Report: Opioid deaths doubled in Wisconsin over decade

A new report says the rate of heroin overdose deaths grew more than 800 percent in Wisconsin over the last decade
Published: 02/10/17

Kentucky editorial roundup

Summary of recent Kentucky newspaper editorials
Updated one month ago

Will a cardboard box save Missouri's vulnerable babies?

Thanks to a long-standing practice in Finland and donations from two St. Louis entities, mothers of newborns in Missouri's Bootheel have a new tool to combat high rates of sleep deaths: cardboard boxes for their babies to sleep inside
Updated one month ago
Retirement planning? Couples, mind the age gap

Retirement planning? Couples, mind the age gap

An age difference in your relationship doesn't just mean your favorite bands are from different decades
Updated one month ago

Recent editorials published in Indiana newspapers

Excerpts of editorials published recently in Indiana newspapers
Updated one month ago

Utah looks to capitalize on dip in opioid drug deaths

Utah health officials say the state has one of the highest rates of opioid-related deaths in the country, but they're noticing an encouraging dip in such fatalities and are working to push it down further
Updated one month ago