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Gov. Patrick Signs Mass. Abortion Buffer Zone Bill

Governor Deval Patrick signed a bill that increases security at reproductive health care facilities. The bill is in response to the Supreme Court’s ruling against Massachusetts’ 35-foot buffer zone law last month. U.S. Supreme Court Strikes Down Mass. Abortion Buffer Zone Law Mass. Holds Public Hearing On New Buffer Zone Bill Supreme Court Rules 5-4 in Favor of Hobby Lobby

Study: Kids’ Backpack Lunches Flunk the Nutrition Test

The majority of children’s lunches packed at home don’t meet nutritional standards set by the National School Lunch Program, a new study shows. Here are some tips on how to pack a healthy, yummy lunch for your child. The Truth About School Lunch: Kids Like Salad Bars Is Sugar Making Us and Our Kids Fat? 5 Easy-to-Make Frozen Dessert Pops for Under 125 Calories

Boston Will Offer Even More Free Fitness Classes This August

Due to popular demand, Boston is introducing even more classes to its free summer fitness series this August. Take advantage of the warm weather and head to your local park for a free class! 5 Outdoor Fitness Classes to Try This Summer Boston Kicks Off Free Fitness Series at Local Parks

Flesh-Eating Bacteria in Gulf of Mexico Kills 10

The latest in scary news that seems to only happen in Florida is a flesh-eating bacteria that has hospitalized 32 and killed 10 along Florida’s Gulf Coast. Georgia Girl Struck by Plane on Florida Beach Dies Why the Florida Gun Gag Law Scares Me Rhode Island Firefighter Loses Hand to Flesh-Eating Bacteria

Photos: Deadly Ebola Outbreak in Africa

The Ebola outbreak in Africa is the largest in history with 660 deaths blamed on the disease, which has no vaccine and no specific treatment. Here are scenes from Africa as officials battle the outbreak. Son Says North Carolina-Based Missionary Fighting Ebola in Liberia Top Doctor Dies from Ebola After Treating Dozens Officials: Little Risk of Ebola Outbreak in US

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