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( Canada Warns LGBTQ Travelers of Visiting the United States
Aug 30th 2023, 03:46

Source: ( United Press International - Health NewsThe Canadian government on Tuesday issued an advisory warning LGBTQ travelers of the dangers of visiting the United States. "Some states have enacted laws and policies that may affect 2SLGBTQI+ persons. Check relevant state and local laws," said the travel advisory. The label 2SLGBTQI+ in the advisory referred to people who identify as two-spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, and intersex.


( Antidepressants for Postpartum Depression Could Help Kids, Too
Aug 30th 2023, 03:46

Source: ( U.S. News and World ReportIf you are a new mom struggling with postpartum depression, taking antidepressants known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) may also bear benefits for your child's development. That's according to new research, based on more than 61,000 mothers and their children, which found the medications were associated with improvements in a child's behavior up to five years after birth. The results were published August 29 in JAMA Network...


( Climate Change May Increase Conflict-Related Deaths, Says IMF Report
Aug 30th 2023, 03:46

Source: ( U.S. News and World ReportClimate change is likely to worsen conflicts in fragile and war-torn states, resulting in higher death rates and greatly reduced GDP, the International Monetary Fund reported Wednesday. The study was based on 61 countries that the World Bank has classed as "fragile and conflict-afflicted states." It found that climate shocks do not cause conflicts, but they worsen existing unrest and exacerbate other underlying fragilities, such as hunger and...


( More Than 60 "Gay Suspects" Detained at Same-Sex Wedding in Nigeria
Aug 30th 2023, 03:46

Source: ( CBS News - World NewsPolice in Nigeria said Tuesday they detained at least 67 people celebrating a same-sex wedding in one of their largest mass detentions targeting homosexuality, which is outlawed in the West African country. Arrests of LGBTQ people are common in Nigeria, Africa's most populous country, where people can face up to 14 years in prison under the Same Sex Marriage Prohibition Act. So-called accomplices face 10 years in prison.


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