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Death Cafe in Garberville Thursday

Garberville >> Death Cafe is a loosely structured international movement that hosts get-togethers for the purpose of talking about death over food and drink. At a Death Cafe people gather to eat cake, drink tea or coffee and discuss feelings and...

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    Pawn shop sells Jack Kevorkian's assisted suicide van

    SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (AP) A pawn shop owner has sold an old Volkswagen van that was used by assisted suicide advocate Jack Kevorkian.Les Gold tells Detroit radio station WWJ (http://cbsloc.al/1Klheln ) that he sold the van Friday to TV paranormal...

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    Achieving mental health parity: Slow going even in 'pace car' state of California

    OAKLAND -- After the state of California fined her employer $4 million in 2013 for violating the legal rights of mental health patients, Oakland psychologist Melinda Ginne expected her job -- and her patients' lives -- to get better.

    By Jenny Gold Kaiser Health News|

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    Dozens under observation as Legionnaires' hits prison

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) Dozens of San Quentin prisoners were under observation Saturday after an inmate was diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease, prompting a weekend halt to visitors and limited drinking water supplies at the Northern...

    By Don Thompson, Associated Press|

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    Achieving mental health parity: Slow going even in 'pace car' state of California

    OAKLAND -- After the state of California fined her employer $4 million in 2013 for violating the legal rights of mental health patients, Oakland psychologist Melinda Ginne expected her job -- and her patients' lives -- to get better.

    By Jenny Gold Kaiser Health News|

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    Achieving mental health parity: Slow going even in 'pace car' state of California

    OAKLAND -- After the state of California fined her employer $4 million in 2013 for violating the legal rights of mental health patients, Oakland psychologist Melinda Ginne expected her job -- and her patients' lives -- to get better.

    By Jenny Gold Kaiser Health News|

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    Achieving mental health parity: Slow going even in 'pace car' state of California

    OAKLAND -- After the state of California fined her employer $4 million in 2013 for violating the legal rights of mental health patients, Oakland psychologist Melinda Ginne expected her job -- and her patients' lives -- to get better.

    By Jenny Gold Kaiser Health News|

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    Achieving Mental Health Parity: Slow Going Even In 'Pace Car' State

    After the state of California fined her employer $4 million in 2013 for violating the legal rights of mental health patients, Oakland psychologist Melinda Ginne expected her job -- and her patients' lives -- to get better.

    By Jenny Gold Kaiser Health News|

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    Health, election work elevated Jimmy Carter post-presidency

    ATLANTA (AP) To Azaratu Zakaria, Jimmy Carter's battle against the Guinea worm is represented by a scar.Zakaria was the last person to be declared disease-free in Ghana after more than 20 years of work spearheaded by the former president's...

    By Kathleen Foody And Francis Kokutse, Associated Press|

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    Illinois will be first state to lock painkiller pill bottles

    SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) Illinois will be the first state in the country to test out a pilot program that will put locking devices on some prescription painkillers to make it harder for people to abuse the drugs.The numerical locking devices will...

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    Health, election work elevated Jimmy Carter post-presidency

    ATLANTA (AP) To Azaratu Zakaria, Jimmy Carter's battle against the Guinea worm is represented by a scar.Zakaria was the last person to be declared disease-free in Ghana after more than 20 years of work spearheaded the former president's...

    By Kathleen Foody And Francis Kokutse, Associated Press|

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