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Authorities in Pennsylvania say a nurse has dropped a newborn boy at a hospital, fracturing his skull. The baby's mother says a doctor told her the nurse was "drowsy."
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Tips to keep your pets safe this Independence Day weekend

Jessica Ivins  |  posted Jul 1st - 9:16am
The Fourth of July weekend is sure to bring great food, fanfare and fireworks, but it also comes with some very real danger for pets.
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Utah County man turns to Facebook to search for birth parents

Sandra Yi  |  posted Jun 30th - 9:53pm
Shaun Farley was put up for adoption as a baby. Now, more than 30 years later, he's trying to find his birth parents by making a public plea on Facebook.
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Hot mess: The grossest health concerns of summer

Carina Storrs, CNN  |  posted Jun 30th - 8:29pm
You are not the only one who thrives in the summer and loves its warm, long days. Bacteria and other microbes that cause food poisoning, diarrhea and just general grossness also flourish, threatening to make it a season to be sick.
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New report highlights gender equity gap in high school sports

Kelly Wallace, CNN  |  posted Jun 30th - 7:29pm
As the U.S. Women's World Cup soccer team celebrate their Tuesday win over Germany in the tournament's semifinal round, there's renewed attention here at home on just how big the gaps are in high school when it comes to sports teams for girls and boys.
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California governor signs strict school vaccine legislation

Julia Horowitz, Associated Press  |  posted Jun 30th - 3:34pm
Gov. Jerry Brown wasted no time Tuesday in signing a contentious California bill to impose one of the strictest school vaccination laws in the country following an outbreak of measles at Disneyland late last year.
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First lady: Career, technical studies offer students options

Stacy A. Anderson, Associated Press  |  posted Jun 30th - 1:01pm
A high school diploma is not enough to compete in the global economy, but a college degree is not the only option, first lady Michelle Obama told a group of students gathered at the White House on Tuesday.
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Little Golden Books exhibit premieres at BYU symposium

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  posted Jun 30th - 9:02am
An exhibit with original illustrations from the famous Little Golden Books can be viewed at the Provo City Library this summer.
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Doctor: Prepare early, avoid heat sickness

Mike Anderson  |  posted Jun 29th - 8:14pm
Cases of heat exhaustion and heat stroke are hitting the Wasatch Front during a very hot June. Doctors say people often wait too long before quenching their thirst.
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Girls learning to code with startup's bracelets, hackathons

Sara Ashley O'Brien, CNN  |  posted Jun 29th - 7:36pm
Many young girls want to be princesses when they grow up. But how many believe they can be princesses who code? That's the message one startup is trying to send to parents and their daughters.
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UVU hopes autism facility, program helps them become 'national leader'

Cassidy Hansen  |  posted Jun 29th - 7:06pm
Utah Valley University announced plans Monday to construct a privately funded facility dedicated to autism on its campus.
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Hospice: What is it and when is it for you?

Carina Storrs, CNN  |  posted Jun 29th - 10:57am
Most of us would prefer to put the thought of hospice and end-of-life care as far out of our minds as possible.
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