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Men With Eating Disorders Slow to Get Help, Study Shows

April 9, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments
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A study in the journal BMJ Open confirms that the perception that anorexia, bulimia, binge-eating and non-specific eating disorders like Eric’s are problems for women alone delays men getting help.

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Even Mice Can’t Scare Cronut Fans Away From Pastry Shop

April 8, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments
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Pastry chef Dominique Ansel’s famed SoHo bakery reopened today after being shut down by the Health Department over a mice infestation.

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Even Mice Can’t Scare Cronut Fans Away From Pastry Shop

Spinal Cord Shock Helps Paraplegic Move Legs

April 8, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments
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By Jamie Zimmerman Dustin Shillcox was told he could never move or walk again. With the flick of a switch, that all changed. “It was so incredibly amazing for me,” said Shillcox

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Baby Giraffe’s Neck Surgery a Long Shot

April 8, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments
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A 6-month-old giraffe at the Oklahoma City Zoo is having surgery today to fix a fatal birth defect, but a zoo staff say there’s only a 50 percent chance she’ll survive.

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A Dose of Sisterly Love Relieves Grueling Surgery

April 8, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments
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Marion cuddles her sister with cerebral palsy after spending 57 says apart.

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Family Races to Fund Cure for Daughter’s Deadly Disease

April 8, 2014 Featured, Health, Video No Comments
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Desperate to save his daughter, one dad googled “how to make a viral video.”

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Does This New Book Take Exercise During Pregnancy Too Far?

April 8, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments

“The Pregnant Athlete” shows some intense moves for expectant moms.

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Does This New Book Take Exercise During Pregnancy Too Far?

Obamacare: What Could Go Wrong Next?

April 7, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments
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Though Obamacare undoubtedly hit a major milestone March 31, the path ahead could still be a rocky one. Here’s a look at the challenges that remain for the president’s signature health care reform law.

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Obamacare: What Could Go Wrong Next?

Mother Sentenced for Killing Her Infant by Breastfeeding

April 4, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments
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Mother was former nurse who hid her pregnancy from two doctors.

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Man Says Wife Froze to Death in Morgue

April 4, 2014 Featured, Health No Comments

The husband says she struggled to escape the morgue after being declared dead.

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Man Says Wife Froze to Death in Morgue

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