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Rubio, Cruz Put Aside Differences and Gang Up on Trump

February 26, 2016 Featured, Health, News No Comments

At the GOP debate, Marco Rubio lashed out at Donald Trump on immigration and healthcare while also accusing him of repeating talking points.

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Rubio Lashes Trump Over Health Care Policy

February 26, 2016 Featured, Health, News No Comments

Rubio accused Trump of not articulating a health care policy and of repeating himself.

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Lipton Debunks ‘Worms’ in Tea in Viral Video

February 24, 2016 Featured, Health No Comments

The alleged “worms” in tea are lemon pieces, company says.

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Ithaca Mayor Says New Plan to Combat Drugs Does Not Enable Users

February 24, 2016 Featured, Health No Comments

Ithaca mayor released plan to fight drug use using “humanitarian” means.

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Twin Sisters Give Birth to Twins — Again!

February 23, 2016 Featured, Health No Comments

The family now has five sets of twins in two generations.

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The Happiest, Healthiest City in the U.S. Is…

February 23, 2016 Featured, Health, News No Comments

It has a Fifth Avenue, lots of shopping and a hot real estate market, but the country’s healthiest city is nowhere near the Big Apple.

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Hospital Hack Spotlights How Medical Devices, Systems at Risk

February 19, 2016 Featured, Health No Comments

A hospital in LA was recently the target of “ransomware.”

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CDC to Start Investigation Into ‘Suicide Contagion’ in Palo Alto

February 17, 2016 Featured, Health No Comments

One California community is trying to stop suicides from becoming “contagious.”

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CDC to Start Investigation Into ‘Suicide Contagion’ in Palo Alto

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