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80 Million Records At Risk in Massive Anthem Hack Attack

February 4, 2015 Featured, Health, News No Comments

The FBI is investigating a potentially massive computer hacking attack on Anthem, Inc., one of the nation’s largest health insurance companies.

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‘Bogus’ Herbal Supplements Fail Ingredient Test: Investigation

February 4, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

An investigation by the New York State Attorney General???s Office alleges that some store-brand herbal supplements sold in New York by Walmart, Walgreens, Target and GNC.

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‘Bogus’ Herbal Supplements Fail Ingredient Test: Investigation

Parents Confront One Another on Playground Over Vaccine

February 3, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

Oregon parents cancel play dates over measles immunization status.

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Why Less May Be More When It Comes To Jogging

February 3, 2015 Featured, Health, News No Comments

If you think you need to run a marathon to be healthy, a new study says not so fast – too much jogging may be as bad for you as being a couch potato.

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Everything You Want to Know About the Measles

January 30, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

Measles was eliminated by vaccines years ago but is making a comeback.

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Everything You Want to Know About the Measles

Castaway Who Spent Year Lost At Sea Sued for $1M

January 30, 2015 Featured, Health, News No Comments

Jose Alvarenga is being sued by his lawyer and has lingering health problems but is “very grateful to be alive” a year after his oceanic odyssey.

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Castaway Who Spent Year Lost At Sea Sued for $1M

Man Runs 8 Miles in Shape of ‘Hire Me’ to Get Job

January 29, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

Job seeker David Miller took “going the extra mile” quite literally.

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Bullied Girl May Face Permanent Blindness, Parents Say

January 29, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

The ball thrown in his daughter’s face was no accident, her father said.

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‘Toxic Aerosol’: California Calls Vaping a Public Health Risk

January 29, 2015 Featured, Health, News No Comments

California health officials issued a public health advisory Wednesday, urging the state’s residents to avoid or stop using e-cigarettes.

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Girl Dies After Catching the Flu, Even After Getting Vaccine

January 28, 2015 Featured, Health No Comments

Kiera Driscoll got a flu shot but caught the virus anyway.

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Girl Dies After Catching the Flu, Even After Getting Vaccine

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