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Window Washers Dress Up as Superheroes to Delight Young Hospital Patients

University of Missouri Healthcare, Women's and Children's Hospital(SPRINGFIELD, Mo.) -- The young patients at the University of Missouri Children's hospital were thrilled Thursday when they looked out their windows and saw superheroes flying in the air, washing their windows.The window washers from Class Glass in Springfield, Missouri, dressed as Superman, Spider-Man, Captain America and Batman when they showed up for work, to wash the windows of the University of Missouri Children's Hospital, bringing absolute delight to the young patients."No matter what they were there for their...
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Pennsylvania Campaign Seeks to End Stigma Around Disabilities Through Provocative Signs

Let's Think Again(HARRISBURG, Pa.) — “They call it 'ADHD,' I call it bad parenting.""Handicapped people make me nervous.""There's no such thing as a learning disability — people just need to work harder."Those are just a sampling of signs being posted around Pennsylvania in a campaign, co-sponsored by the Pennsylvania Developmental Disabilities Council (PDDC) and marketing firm Suasion, launched not to offend, but to destigmatize those with disabilities.The "Let's Think Again" campaign, launched statewide last month, aims to use provocative signs...
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Zika Fears Prompt 150 Experts to Call for Rio Olympics to Be Moved

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- A group of 150 prominent scientists, doctors and medical ethicists released a letter calling for this summer's Olympic Games to be postponed or moved from Rio de Janeiro due to the ongoing Zika virus outbreak in Brazil.In a letter directed to World Health Organization Director Dr. Margaret Chan, the group said that new findings about the Zika virus should result in the games being moved or postponed to safeguard the thousands of athletes, staff and reporters scheduled to attend the games."Currently, many athletes,...
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How to Tell If Your Kid Might Be Addicted to the Cellphone

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Kids who are overly attached to their phones, possibly crossing the line into addiction, can be a problem for many families.Jason Clark, 15, of Little Rock, Arkansas, is no different. He loves his smartphone, but he’s so attached to it that his family worries he might one day need therapy to get his habit under control.ABC News' Good Morning America asked Jason to put an app on his phone to track his phone use.For two days in a row, he clocked...
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