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How 1 Person’s Kidney Donation Helped 6 People

March 6, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

This woman had no idea her kidney donation would help six people in all.

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Daylight Saving Time 2015: Tips for Springing Forward

March 6, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

Here’s how to adjust to the new light-dark cycle.

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Daylight Saving Time 2015: Tips for Springing Forward

Full Episode: WN 03/04/15: US Ambassador Mark Lippert Attacked in Seoul

March 5, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

Healthcare battle goes to the Supreme Court; Sheryl Sandberg’s mission to empower women.

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Full Episode: WN 03/04/15: US Ambassador Mark Lippert Attacked in Seoul

‘Suge’ Knight Goes to Hospital After Saying He Fired Lawyers

March 3, 2015 Featured, Health, News No Comments

Former rap mogul Marion “Suge” Knight told a judge that he is suffering from blindness and other health complications.

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‘Suge’ Knight Goes to Hospital After Saying He Fired Lawyers

Life After Ebola: Nurse Has Nightmares, Aches, Hair Loss

March 3, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

Dallas nurse Nina Pham, 26, was the first person to catch Ebola on U.S. soil.

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Life After Ebola: Nurse Has Nightmares, Aches, Hair Loss

Obamacare Faces Tough Test in Supreme Court Challenge

March 2, 2015 Featured, Health, News No Comments

The court will hear a challenge this week to the president’s signature healthcare policy that could deal it a crippling blow if upheld.

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Why People See the Dress in Different Colors

February 27, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

Blame your brain, not your eyes, for the way you see the dress.

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Why People See the Dress in Different Colors

Not Just an Ancient Disease: Leprosy Cases Hit Florida Counties

February 27, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

A Florida county has reported three leprosy cases in the last five months.

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Not Just an Ancient Disease: Leprosy Cases Hit Florida Counties

‘Super Bug’ Linked to Antibiotics Kills Nearly 15K Yearly, Says CDC

February 25, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

A stubborn, hard-to-treat ???super bug??? causes more than half a million infections a year and is responsible for nearly 30,000 deaths in the United States, the CDC reports.

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‘Super Bug’ Linked to Antibiotics Kills Nearly 15K Yearly, Says CDC

Boy Finds Rare Kidney Donor in First-Grade Class

February 25, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

First-grader Matthew Parker finds second donor for kidney transplant in his teacher Lindsey Painter.

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Boy Finds Rare Kidney Donor in First-Grade Class

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