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What’s in Your Sandwich? Subway Takes Out Plastic Chemical

February 5, 2014 Featured, Health, News, World No Comments
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The World Health Organization has linked azodiacarbonamide to respiratory issues, allergies and asthma, and it is banned in Britain, Europe and Australia. The chemical additive is legal in the United States and Canada.

AC360 411: Heroin’s grip on America

February 5, 2014 Featured, Health, News, World No Comments

Editor’s Note: Join us for the latest developments in Philip Seymour Hoffman’s death investigation on AC360° at 8 p.m. ET.    Four people believed to be connected to the heroin found in actor Philip Seymour Hoffman’s apartment have been arrested in New York.  The suspects range in age from 22 to 57

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Teens Don’t Let Blindness Keep Them From Golf, Skateboard

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Canadian Brett Devloo, 18, was living life as a typical teenager. He had just earned his learner’s permit and spent most of his free time hanging out with friends and skateboarding

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Tourette Syndrome Kept Couple From Holding Hands – Until Now

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Brain surgery allows couple to hold hands for first time in 13 years.

5 Signs You Might Have Winter Depression

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While the flurries are fun for some, an estimated 14 percent of Americans battle the winter blues.

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7 Food Swaps That Slash Calories

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These swaps will save you calories and help you slim down.

Ghost White Baby Born Without Any Blood

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Hope Juarez, who was 6 pounds, 2 ounces, had lost about 80 percent of her blood in a fetal-maternal hemorrhage and her hemoglobin level was 3.8; an average baby should be between 10 and 15.

Health Care Law Will Mean Fewer People on the Job

February 4, 2014 Featured, Health, News, World No Comments
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Disappearing workers: Health care law could mean millions fewer people on the job, report says

On the Quest for Silence: When Everyday Sounds Hurt

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People with hyperacusis are unable to tolerate everyday noise levels without discomfort, and in severe cases, there is excruciating, debilitating pain.

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This Could Be Difference Between Life, Death on Battlefield

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An Oregon company’s device could revolutionize the way gun shots are triaged.

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