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( New Technology May Allow Embryos to Have Genes From Two Men
Mar 11th 2024, 10:22

Source: ( United Press International - Health NewsNew technology might soon allow men in same-sex relationships to have a child genetically related to both dads, researchers say. The technology uses skin cells from one person to alter the genetics of a donated egg, researchers reported Friday in the journal Science Advances. That egg can then be fertilized by a sperm cell to create a viable embryo containing the combined genetics of the skin donor and the sperm donor.


( Medical Costs for Kids' Mental Health Jumped 31% in 5 Years
Mar 11th 2024, 10:19

Source: ( United Press International - Health NewsThe cost to American families of caring for a child with a mental health condition rose by almost a third between 2017 and 2021, to an average $4,361 per year, finds a new report published Monday in the journal JAMA Network Open. Overall, American families spent an estimated $31 billion in 2021 on child mental health services, which now make up nearly half (about 47%) of all child medical spending, the report found.


( Biden: Netanyahu "Hurting Israel" by Not Curbing Gaza's Civilian Death Toll
Mar 11th 2024, 10:19

Source: ( Google News - HealthPresident Joe Biden said Saturday that he believes Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is "hurting Israel more than helping Israel" in how he is approaching its war against Hamas in Gaza. The U.S. leader expressed support for Israel's right to pursue Hamas after the October 7 attack, but said of Netanyahu that "he must pay more attention to the innocent lives being lost as a consequence of the actions taken."


( Report Finds Europe Unprepared to Handle Escalating Climate Extremes
Mar 11th 2024, 10:18

Source: ( PBS ScienceEurope is facing growing climate risks and is unprepared for them, the European Environment Agency said in its first-ever risk assessment for the bloc Monday. The agency said Europe is prone to more frequent and more punishing weather extremes—including increasing wildfires, drought, more unusual rainfall patterns, and flooding—and it needs to immediately address them in order to protect its energy, food security, water, and health.


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