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Always-Hungry Texas Girl to Get Gastric Bypass

March 20, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments
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Alexis Shapiro has gained more than 100 pounds and never feels full after surgery to remove a brain tumor affected her hypothalamus gland.

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Families of Missing Loved Ones Say the Pain Never Goes Away

March 20, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments
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Families of the passengers aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 carry a traumatic grief because their loved ones are still missing.

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Woman Gets ‘Runaround’ Trying to Keep Doctors on New Insurance

March 19, 2014 Featured, Health, News No Comments
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ABC News Fixer helps woman get refund after Health Republic website confusion.

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Transgender Defense: ‘Donna’ Says ‘Doug’ Is the Serial Killer

March 19, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments
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Donna Perry is being held on $1 million bond in Spokane County jail and declined to make a court appearance on murder charges this week. She is linked through DNA evidence to the killings of Yolanda Sapp, Kathleen Brisbois and Nickie Lowe, whom police say were prostitutes.

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Transgender Defense: ‘Donna’ Says ‘Doug’ Is the Serial Killer

Double Duty Drug: Statins May Fight MS

March 19, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments
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Cholesterol-busting statins may have an unexpected benefit for patients with MS.

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Women Bear Brunt of Alzheimer’s Disease

March 19, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments
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New report highlights gender differences in disease risk and caregiver burden.

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What a Heated Basketball Game Can Do to a Coach’s Body

March 18, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments
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Michigan State coach allowed “Nightline” to monitor his vitals during a game.

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Marine Creature May Offer ‘Reef Relief’ for Chronic Pain

March 17, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments
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The cone snail may hold the secret to safe and reliable management.

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  • Take Action: Support U.S. Advisory Troops Combatting LRA Violence July 22, 2014
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  • Days after the MH17 crash, UK takes a new look into former Russian spy's death July 23, 2014
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