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Golfers follow the sun. Now they are paying closer attention how to protect themselves from it

Golfers follow the sun. Now they are paying closer attention how to protect themselves from it

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Camilo Villegas wasn't just trying to refine his golf swing as he prepared to play in the Masters for the first time in nine years. He was constantly checking the fine print on the ingredients in sunscreen.
Trump declines to endorse a national abortion ban. He says limits should be left to the states

Trump declines to endorse a national abortion ban. He says limits should be left to the states

NEW YORK (AP) — Former President Donald Trump said Monday he believes abortion limits should be left to the states, outlining his position in a video in which he declined to endorse a national ban after months of mixed messages and speculation.
B.C. launches spring COVID-19 booster program, targeting vulnerable and unvaccinated

B.C. launches spring COVID-19 booster program, targeting vulnerable and unvaccinated

VICTORIA — British Columbia is rolling out another round of COVID-19 vaccination boosters, with invitations starting to go out Monday. Ministry of Health says people who haven't received a booster against the XBB. 1.
Trump's abortion statement angers conservatives and gives the Biden campaign a new target

Trump's abortion statement angers conservatives and gives the Biden campaign a new target

NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump still says he's proud that the Supreme Court justices he nominated overturned Roe v. Wade.
Victims of Montana asbestos pollution that killed hundreds take Warren Buffett's railroad to court

Victims of Montana asbestos pollution that killed hundreds take Warren Buffett's railroad to court

LIBBY, Mont.

Massachusetts city is set to settle a lawsuit in the death of an opioid-addicted woman

SPRINGFIELD, Mass.
Many cancer drugs remain unproven 5 years after accelerated approval, a study finds

Many cancer drugs remain unproven 5 years after accelerated approval, a study finds

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s accelerated approval program is meant to give patients early access to promising drugs.
2 women who say abortion restrictions put them in medical peril feel compelled to campaign for Biden

2 women who say abortion restrictions put them in medical peril feel compelled to campaign for Biden

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Texas woman who went into premature labor , developed sepsis and nearly died and a Louisiana woman who said restrictive abortion laws prevented her from getting medical help for a miscarriage are now campaigning for President Joe
School stories, art, teach kids about organ donation for Humboldt Broncos' Green Shirt Day

School stories, art, teach kids about organ donation for Humboldt Broncos' Green Shirt Day

When Sandra LaRose's 16-year-old daughter decided she wanted her organs donated, she encouraged her mom and step-dad to do the same and put red and white stickers on their Saskatchewan health cards.

'We are deeply sorry': Yukon premier apologizes ahead of inquest

WHITEHORSE — Yukon's premier is apologizing ahead of an inquest into the deaths of four Indigenous women who were accessing services at the Whitehorse emergency shelter.