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Flu Closes Schools, Flusters Hospitals Nationwide

January 15, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments
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This flu season continues to prove especially bad.

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Heartwarming Reunion of Boy and Firefighters Who Saved His Life

January 14, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments
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Sebastian Johnson, 4, fell off a 230-feet cliff in November and survived.

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Heartwarming Reunion of Boy and Firefighters Who Saved His Life

How the Cold Can Help You Lose Weight Without Exercising

January 13, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

Stimulating brown fat production may be the secret to weight loss without exercise.

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How the Cold Can Help You Lose Weight Without Exercising

Man Allegedly Keeps Funds Raised in Sick Baby’s Name

January 13, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments
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Funds raised online for baby awaiting a heart transplant haven’t reached him or his family.

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19 Measles Cases Reported With Ties to Disneyland

January 10, 2015 Featured, Health, News No Comments

The number of people reporting measles after visiting Disney theme parks in California last month has risen to 19, health officials said.

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The Dirty Little Secret That May Lead to New Antibiotics

January 8, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments
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There???s a growing list of superbugs that antibiotics are barely keeping up with ???

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Obamacare Court Ruling Could Take Insurance From Millions

January 8, 2015 Featured, Health, News No Comments

A Supreme Court ruling that strikes down federal subsidies for health insurance would pull insurance away from millions of people, two groups say.

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Obamacare Court Ruling Could Take Insurance From Millions

Nine Measles Cases Linked to Disneyland

January 7, 2015 Featured, Health, News No Comments

Health officials said Wednesday cases of the highly infectious disease can be traced to the attraction in Southern California.

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Nine Measles Cases Linked to Disneyland

January 7, 2015 Featured, Health, News No Comments

Health officials said Wednesday cases of the highly infectious disease can be traced to the attraction in Southern California.

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How Your Brain Chooses Between Carrots and Cake

January 6, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments
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Whether you stick to your diet or binge comes down to milliseconds.

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How Your Brain Chooses Between Carrots and Cake

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