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New bill allows Oregon students to take 'mental health days' 

 

Oregon will allow students to take "mental health days" just as they would sick days, expanding the reasons for excused school absences to include mental or behavioral health under a new law that experts say is one of the first of its kind in the U.S.

But don't call it coddling. The students behind the measure say it's meant to change the stigma around mental health in a state that has some of the United States' highest suicide rates. Mental health experts say it is one of the first state laws to explicitly instruct schools to treat mental health and physical health equally, and it comes at a time educators are increasingly considering the emotional health of students. Utah passed a similar law last year.

Oregon's bill, signed by Gov. Kate Brown last month, also represents one of the few wins for youth activists from around the state who were unusually active at the Capitol this year. Along with expanded mental health services, they lobbied for legislation to strengthen gun control and lower the voting age, both of which failed.

NBC News

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Choices, Education, Environment, Illness, Medical, Mental Health, Parenting, Policy, Protections, Treatment, Youth

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22-Jul-2019


Cameron Boyce's death shines a light on fatal stigma 

 

The death of Cameron Boyce, the talented Disney actor who according to his family died in his sleep following a seizure at the age of 20, resonates deeply with the experiences of so many other families who have lost their loved ones to Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP). Boyce's family has said his fatal seizure was the result of epilepsy, and while Boyce's final cause of death has yet to be determined, his tragic loss is a reminder that every year, about 1 in 1,000 people with epilepsy suddenly die. Among those whose seizures are not controlled by medicine, the rate rockets to a stunning 1 in 150.

CNN

Tags: Celebrity, Disease, Education, Entertainment, Environment, Health, Instructional, Journalism, Medical, Parental Burden, Passing, Science, Study, Video

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18-Jul-2019


Valerie Harper's family launches GoFundMe for her cancer treatment 

 

Valerie Harper's family is seeking financial help for her treatment as she continues to battle cancer.

Harper, who shot to stardom in the early 1970s as Rhoda Morgenstern on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and later starred as that character in a spinoff, was first diagnosed with lung cancer in 2009.

In 2013, she was given three months to live after she was diagnosed with leptomeningeal carcinomatosis, a condition that occurs when cancer cells spread into the fluid-filled membrane surrounding the brain, known as the meninges.

CNN

Tags: $, Actor, Celebrity, Disease, Medical, Sad, Support, Treatment

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18-Jul-2019


Mom who killed her 2 kids as part of ‘God’s plan’ gets 120 years 

 

A Connecticut woman convicted of killing her two children saying it was God’s plan was sentenced to 120 years in prison without the possibility of parole.

LeRoya Moore, 39, was sentenced Thursday, following her conviction in March of two counts of murder for killing her 6-year-old daughter, Aleisha, and her 7-year-old son, Daaron, at the family’s home in East Haven in 2015. For each count of murder, she received 60 years.

NY Post

Doctor sentenced in 'ski rage' attack on 12-year-old boy

Tags: Attack, Children, Death, Hate, Injury, Medical, Murder, Parental Crime, Punishment, Religion, Sentence, Sports, Violence

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28-Jun-2019


Med Students Are Doing Vaginal Exams on Unconscious, Non-Consenting Patients 

 

When Ari Silver-Isenstadt was attending the University of Pennsylvania Medical School in the 90s, another student warned him about something that might happen during his OB/GYN rotation: A supervising surgeon might ask him and other students to perform a pelvic exam on a woman under anesthesia without her knowledge or explicit consent. The move would be just for practice and not for her medical benefit. To perform the exam, students insert two gloved fingers into the patient’s vagina and place one hand on her pelvis in order to feel the uterus and ovaries. Multiple medical students might do this, and patients would have no idea any of it happened.

Vice

Fla. Teacher's Alleged Sexual Encounter With 15-Year-Old Boy Was Caught on Surveillance Video

College professor suspended due to sex harassment complaints

Nebraska woman spared jail for sex with dad after ‘jealous competition’ with half-sister

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Awareness, Consent, Education, Employment, Environment, Family, Incest, Medical, Policy, Re-tooled, Safety, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Study, Termination, Training, Youth

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26-Jun-2019


Southern Baptists combat sex abuse as critics rally 

 

Confronting an unprecedented sex-abuse crisis, delegates at the Southern Baptist Convention's national meeting voted Tuesday to make it easier to expel churches that mishandle abuse cases.

The Rev. J.D. Greear, president of the nation's largest Protestant denomination, said the SBC faced a "defining moment" that would shape the church for generations to come.

"This is not a distraction from the mission," Greear said of the fight against sex abuse. "Protecting God's children is the mission of the church."

Chron

The Latest: UCLA did not report sexual assault post on Yelp

Poland: Statue of priest accused of abuse removed

Tags: Abuse, Children, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Injury, Medical, Religion, Representation, Sex, Violence, Woman's Rights, Youth

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13-Jun-2019


Sephora to shut U.S. stores for day of diversity training after racial incident 

 

LVMH’s Sephora beauty chain said it will close all its U.S. stores, distribution centers and corporate offices on Wednesday to conduct diversity training for employees, a move that follows a racial incident involving a Grammy-nominated singer.

Reuters

Americans who suffer abuse because of their skin colour 'show higher levels of inflammation which could lead to cancer, heart disease or dementia'

Restaurant Uses N-Word On Customer’s Receipt, Says He Spelled Name Out That Way

Tags: All Rights, Anguish, Business, Celebrity, Disease, Employment, Environment, Hate, Medical, Mental Health, Profiling, Racism, Restaurant, Science, Shop, Study, Training

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03-Jun-2019


Third Dallas man charged after gay men targeted on app 

 

A third Dallas man has been charged with federal hate crimes in connection with a string of kidnappings and robberies in 2017 that targeted gay men lured to an apartment from posts on a dating app.

Court records show that Daryl Henry, 22, is charged with nine counts, including conspiracy to commit hate crimes, kidnapping and carjacking, according to The Dallas Morning News. Henry pleaded not guilty on Tuesday, and a judge ordered him held without bond pending trial.

Investigators said Henry guarded the victims after they were kidnapped. His attorney said Henry hasn't committed any violent crimes and had asked that he be released on bond. If convicted, Henry could face up to life in prison, according to prosecutors.

The federal indictment said the defendants used the gay dating app Grindr to create fake profiles and "pose as gay men interested in 'dates' to lure gay men." Once the victims arrived, the suspects forced them into the Dallas apartment.

ABC News

Homophobic assault leaves 22-year-old in near vegetative state

Grindr horror: Men abducted, robbed and assaulted in Dallas

Transgender woman decapited in Veracruz, head place in front of town hall

Tags: $, Abuse, App, Arrest, Attack, Charity, Cruelty, Dating, Environment, Gay, Hate, Homophobia, Humiliation, Injury, LGBTQ, Medical, Misrepresentation, Murder, Sex, Threat, Trans, Treatment, Violence, World

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30-May-2019


LGBTQ patients reveal their exhausting, infuriating, and surprisingly common struggles at the doctor's office 

 

As a group, LGBTQ people often face worse health outcomes than their straight and cisgender peers.

They also struggle to find doctors who are knowledgeable about these issues.

In some cases, they struggle to find providers who treat them with respect — or even treat them at all.

INSIDER spoke with members of the LGBTQ community to learn about their experiences in doctor's offices.

Business Insider

Tags: Choices, Environment, Health, Insensitivity, LGBTQ, Medical, Preservation, Protections, Representation, Safety, Training, Treatment

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30-May-2019


New Bones and Huge Testicles Tied Up With String, These Are a Few Of Incels' Favorite Things 

 

In addition to the idea that women are petty sluts who only wish to ride a “cock carousel” of hot dudes rather than get with them, incels now think their literal bone structure is ruining their lives. The solution? Head to a shady Indianapolis plastic surgeon who can give them new cheekbones fit for a Dolce & Gabbana campaign.

For New York Magazine, reporter Alice Hines writes about incels and the obsession many of them have with becoming “Chads” (good-looking guys) by going under the knife. Incels might lambast Chads on forums, but they also seem convinced their lives will be better if they become Chads. In addition to performing “penis-stretching exercises” (whatever in god’s name that is) and mewing (chewing food to bulk up jaw muscles), Hines finds that incels worship the intense body modification surgeries of the plastic surgeon Barry Eppley, who removes ribs for patients and admits his work is criticized as being “on the edge.”

Jezebel

Tags: Beauty, Incel, Lifestyle, Medical, Mental Health, Surgery

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29-May-2019


New York legislation inspired by sex assault survivor would combat abuse by doctors 
 

A New York State legislator is proposing a trio of bills inspired by a woman whose story shed light on a Columbia University doctor accused of sexually assaulting dozens of pregnant women in his care.

Assembly member Aravella Simotas said that the legislation stemmed from testimony given Friday by Marissa Hoechstetter. In December, Hoechstetter spoke with CBS News about the abuse she said she endured while Dr. Robert Hadden oversaw her pregnancy with twins and postpartum care.

Hoechstetter was one of 17 women to sue Columbia University for negligence in the case, with at least five more suing separately. She is the only plaintiff to reveal her name.

CBS News

Restaurant owner sexually assaulted female worker — who then told his wife: cops

Tags: Abuse, Activism, All Rights, Business, Employment, Environment, Fighting Back, Health, Lifestyle, Medical, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Pregnancy, Restaurant, Safety, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Violence, Woman's Rights

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29-May-2019


More gay and bi men come forward, alleging unwanted rectal exams by USC doctor 

 

An additional 18 men have come forward to join the suit against Dr. Dennis Kelly, the USC doctor accused of sexual misconduct against his patients.

A full 39 students now allege that Kelly exploited them during patient visits, subjecting them to invasive questions about their sexual preferences and unwanted prostate exams. Kelly also seemed to target gay or bisexual students after learning of their sexual preference, the suit alleges.

The lawsuit also alleges that students complained to USC about Dr. Kelly’s bedside manner and that the university failed to investigate their claims. Kelly served at the university for 20 years.

Queerty

Jerry Falwell Jr.’s alleged x-rated photos could get him fired from his own university

Tags: Abuse, Alleged, Education, Employment, Medical, Misrepresentation, Politics, Religion, Safety, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Treatment, Violence, Youth

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14-May-2019


Sexual health campaign that’s ‘unapologetic, black and gay’ hits London 

 

Phil Samba is ‘unapologetic and black and gay’ and he has inspired other gay, black men to take better care of their sexual health.

For the past two years Samba has co-developed and starred in a unique campaign to make sure London’s gay, black men are not only more educated about sexual health, but also more comfortable in getting tested.

‘Some black communities consider being gay a white thing so black men are erased,’ Samba tells Gay Star News.

‘Seeing themselves (in campaigns) will make them more comfortable and see that they need to take care of themselves.’

Gay Star News

Black patients, black physicians and the need to improve health outcomes for African Americans

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Awareness, Employment, Environment, Gay, Health, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Medical, Preservation, Protection, Race, Representation, Safety, Sex, Support, Treatment, World

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07-May-2019


Hate Crimes Spiked 226% in Counties Where Trump Held Rallies 

 

Counties where Donald Trump held rallies leading up to the 2016 presidential election saw a huge increase in hate crimes, according to a new analysis.

“We found that counties that had hosted a 2016 Trump campaign rally saw a 226 percent increase in reported hate crimes over comparable counties that did not host such a rally,” researchers Ayal Feinberg, Regina Branton, and Valerie Martinez-Ebers wrote in The Washington Post. Feinberg is a Ph.D. candidate in political science at University of North Texas, and Branton and Martinez-Ebers are professors there.

Advocate

Wisconsin gay couple may be evicted from home for flying rainbow flag

A Liberal Jewish Seminary Says It Will No Longer Ordain Gay Student

A Trump supporter allegedly used gay slurs before attacking a man with a sword outside a roller rink

Tennessee Republicans pass bill to allow adoption agencies to discriminate against gay couples

The Texas senate just approved a bill that would allow doctors to refuse LGBTQ patients

Homosexuality and Adultery Are Now Punishable With Death by Stoning in Brunei. Here's What to Know

Utah just upgraded their ‘worthless’ hate crimes law, while Indiana passed a worthless one

Tags: Adoption, Attack, Children, Crime, Death, Discrimination, Education, Employment, Environment, Hate, Home, Homophobia, Injury, Interference, Judgement, Laws, LGBTQ, Medical, New World Order, Politics, Protections, Protest, Punishment, Religion, Representation, Safety, Sex, Study, Supremacy, Threat, Violence, Weapon, World, Youth

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03-Apr-2019


Arizona police officers forcibly removed 2-year-old boy with fever from home, video shows 

 

An Arizona lawmaker is questioning a local police department's use of force in removing a feverish child from a home after a doctor reported the parents to the state's Department of Child Safety.

On Feb. 25, the mother of a 2-year-old child, who is not vaccinated, took the child to a naturopathic doctor with a fever of 105 degrees, ABC Phoenix station KNXV reported.

The doctor instructed the mother to take the toddler to the emergency room as soon as possible, but since the child's fever later broke, she took him back to their home in Chandler, about 25 miles southeast of Phoenix, instead, according to a statement from the Chandler Police Department.

When the doctor learned from the Cardon Children's Hospital that they parents never showed up with the child, she called Arizona DCS, who then contacted the Chandler Police Department for assistance, an incident report shows.

ABC News

Chicago Police with guns drawn raid wrong home, crash 4-year-old's birthday, family claims

Police chief, friend charged with raping child over 7 years

Tags: Arrest, Children, Court, Force, Health, Hostility, Illness, Insensitivity, Medical, Parental Burden, Police, Policy, Protection, Sex, Training, Vandalism, Video, Violence, Youth

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27-Mar-2019




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