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WWII Pacifists Exposed Mental Ward Horrors

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Intellectually Disabled Student Wins Dorm Suit

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Study: 30 Percent Of Americans Are Caregivers

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Study: Down Syndrome Births Up

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Job Crunch Even Harder On People With Disabilities

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When Your Boss Wants Your DNA

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Why This Wisconsin City Is The Best Place To Die

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Patients Turn To Online Community For Help Healing

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FDA Calls For Proof Of Alcohol-Caffeine Drinks' Safety

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