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Rep. Carolyn Maloney aims to expand access to abortion resources with new bill
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Rep. Carolyn Maloney aims to expand access to abortion resources with new bill

House Oversight Committee Chairwoman Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., will introduce a bill Friday aimed at improving access to abortion services, as well as accurate information on the procedure, in the wake of the Supreme Court’s ruling overturning Roe v. Wade, NBC News has learned. The Abortion Care Awareness Act of 2022 is the latest effort by...

KCK Schools consider cameras in classrooms, more NARCAN access
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KCK Schools consider cameras in classrooms, more NARCAN access

KANSAS CITY, Ks. (KCTV) – The Kansas City, KS, Public Schools Board of Education on Tuesday night will consider a pair of measures that would put cameras in the classrooms and increase access to NARCAN in case of an opioid overdose. The camera policy would give students who can’t be in the classroom on any...

Early access for Kerbal Space Program 2 lifts off on February 24th
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Early access for Kerbal Space Program 2 lifts off on February 24th

After several delays, Kerbal Space Program 2 is finally entering early access on February 24th, 2023. Developer Intercept Games initially announced that it was working on KSP2 back in 2019, but only revealed the early access release date for the Kerbal Space Program sequel last week, outlining its expectations in a roadmap leading up to...

Should You Buy Early Access Games on Steam?
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Should You Buy Early Access Games on Steam?

Casimiro PT/Shutterstock.com You take on some risk buying Early Access games on Steam since they’re sometimes low quality and may end up abandoned. However, if you read reviews and stick to well-regarded studios, it’s not hard to find enjoyable games at lower prices. While looking for your next game to play on the Steam storefront,...

Preserving credibility of open access journals | Science
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Preserving credibility of open access journals | Science

In their Editorial “Public access is not equal access” (9 September, p. 1361), S. Parikh et al. explain how the open access model can compound inequities (1, 2) by charging article processing fees that early-career scientists and scientists in underfunded disciplines, teams, or regions (1) are unable to afford. They also acknowledge the perverse incentives...

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Libyan women lack access to basic examinations
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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Libyan women lack access to basic examinations

Issued on: 19/10/2022 – 12:09Modified: 19/10/2022 – 22:00 Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the Middle East and North Africa region, but in Libya the breast cancer screening process often fails to catch early phases. As a result, many cancers are diagnosed at advanced stages. FRANCE 24’s team reports. #Breast #Cancer #Awareness #Month...

The challenge of open access incentives | Science
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The challenge of open access incentives | Science

In their Editorial “Public access is not equal access” (9 September, p. 1361), S. Parikh et al. explain that moving from a scientific publication model in which the subscriber pays to access content to a model in which the author pays an article processing charge has the potential to affect publication quality. In subscriber-based models,...

Abortion Access Looms Over Medical Residency Applications
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Abortion Access Looms Over Medical Residency Applications

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Students in obstetrics-gynecology and family medicine — two of the most popular medical residencies — face tough choices about where to advance their training in a landscape where legal access to abortion varies from state to state. Abortions are typically performed by OB-GYNs or family doctors, and training generally involves observing...