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Abortion laws contribute to sexist environments that harm everyone's health

(THE CONVERSATION) Nine states have passed laws in 2019 alone that restrict abortion at the earliest stages of pregnancy. Those of us who study public health are becoming increasingly concerned about the potential for negative health consequences of these kinds of policies on women.
That’s because research has shown that l ... (full story)


The Conversation: Dr. Spock's timeless lessons in parenting

(THE CONVERSATION) The book ignited a revolution, breaking free from conventional wisdom that said children required schedules, discipline and little affection. Instead, “The Common Sense Book of Baby and Childcare,” written by Dr. Benjamin Spock and published in 1946, encouraged parents to think for themselves and to tr ... (full story)


Sports


Overtraining

So you’re heading down the homestretch of this year’s racing season…and for some reason you’re feeling beat, broken, slower and lacking motivation. As a coach, hearing such feedback immediately rings my alarm bells. And it begs the question: Might you be overtrained?
Now I’d be willing to bet that a ... (full story)


New coaches at Kansas, K-State are studies in contrast

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — About the only thing the football programs at Kansas and Kansas State have had in common much of the past three decades is the often desolate stretch of Interstate 70 that connects them.
The Jayhawks have the proud tradition of John Riggins and Gale Sayers, yet recent success has been so scant that they' ... (full story)


Retired MLB umpire, 74, visits veterans in Texas, elsewhere

Retired MLB umpire, 74, visits veterans in Texas, elsewhere

DALLAS (AP) — Larry Barnett shook Cal Ripken's hand the night the Baltimore Orioles legend broke Lou Gehrig's record for consecutive games played. He was on the field the first time the Texas Rangers took the field at brand-new Globe Life Park in 1994.
The Dallas Morning News reports Barnett has participated in four World S ... (full story)


State


Rested and revived, The Black Keys return after 5-year break

Rested and revived, The Black Keys return after 5-year break

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — When the Black Keys last played a festival together in 2015, there was no grand plan to go an indefinite hiatus. They just stopped booking shows and they went home to Nashville, Tennessee to sleep in their own beds.
Now four years after their performance at Outside Lands in San Francisco, Dan Auerbac ... (full story)