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Oklahoma Legislature Passes Bill Banning Abortions from the Moment of 'Fertilization'
If signed into law, the bill would be the most restrictive ban yet, essentially outlawing all abortions in the state
Brie Larson Photobombed by Partner Elijah Allan-Blitz as She Shows Off Her Abs in Sexy Two-Piece
"If you taught an abs masterclass. I would take it," Kerry Washington joked in the comments section of Larson's Instagram post
Physical Therapist to Shaun White Pushes Through Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer: 'I Have a Bonus Life'
Esther Lee, the beloved trainer to White and Serena and Venus Williams, has found strength in working as she continues treatment for terminal cancer
Halsey Responds to Social Media Followers Who Say They 'Look Sick': It's 'BC I AM!'
The singer shared last week that they "started getting really, really, really sick" and have been diagnosed with multiple syndromes in the past year
CDC Confirms First U.S. Case of Monkeypox in 2022, Health Officials Assure 'No Risk' to Public
A Massachusetts resident contracted monkeypox after traveling to Canada by private transportation
Brian Austin Green Says He Lost 20 Lbs. During His 'Rough' Battle with Ulcerative Colitis
Brian Austin Green told Good Morning America on Thursday that he has revamped his diet in an effort to better live with the disease
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Deborah James Says Husband Sebastian Bowen Is Her 'Utter Rock' amid Battle with Bowel Cancer
“Together we seem to be able to squeeze our hands, swallow the tears and laugh,” James shared on Instagram Wednesday
Selena Gomez Gets 'Very Personal' About Mental Health During Empowering White House Speech
“Mental health is very personal for me, and I hope that by using my platform to share my own story and working with incredible people like all of you I can help others feel less alone,” the singer said at the Mental Health Youth Action Forum
Michigan Judge Temporarily Blocks State's Dormant 1931 Law Banning Abortions

The 1931 law banning abortion has been dormant since the Roe v. Wade decision, but could go back into effect if the Supreme Court overturns the right to abortion