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2014/10/01 06:27
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The National Coffee Association estimates roughly 83 percent of adults in the U.S. drink coffee. Some people consider coffee drinking a bad habit, but here we debunk 5 myths about coffee that say...
2014/10/01 06:27
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2014/09/30 23:38
2014/09/30 23:38
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Recently, I discussed my experience with the Whole30 program, a 30-day diet (or as I call it, a “lifestyle alteration”) which I believe LeBron James used for 67 straight days to drop weight in what he...
2014/09/30 21:46
2014/09/30 21:46
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By Steven ReinbergHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, Sept. 29, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Obesity and inflammation in late adolescence are associated with increased risk for colon and rectal cancer in...
2014/09/30 21:39
2014/09/30 21:39
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Power plant standards to cut climate-changing carbon emissions will reduce other harmful air pollution and provide substantial human health benefits, according to a new study released today. The...
2014/09/30 19:42
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Charles Darwin did a fine job of showing why his theory of evolution explained the living world better than any creationist ideas could, and evidence has piled up ever since, but a swatch of the...
2014/09/30 16:13
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The database, which was created by the health law, offers only the most basic information, according to USA Today. Consumers searching this fall for the best doctor covered by their new public or...
2014/09/30 15:17
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For example, a recent study of older adults found that greater amounts and frequencies of low-intensity walking activities were associated with having an improved quality of life and fewer depressive...
2014/09/30 06:34
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Ever wondered why it’s called the obesity “epidemic”? As of 2008, more than one in ten people in the world were obese, according to a 2013 report from the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)....
2014/09/29 03:13
2014/09/29 03:13
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Crawford Memorial Hospital, in rural Robinson, Ill., is the only hospital for miles around. Just like elsewhere, Crawford's doctors deliver babies, perform routine operations and see thousands of...
2014/09/28 20:59
2014/09/28 20:59
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The world cannot afford to talk about hunger without addressing climate change, food production without sustainability or growth without good nutrition With the world’s population predicted to reach...
2014/09/28 17:17
2014/09/28 17:17
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Researchers Identify Early Sign of Pancreatic Cancer Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsNature Medicine EMBARGOED FOR RELEASE: September 28, 2014, 1p.m., ET Researchers identify early...
2014/09/28 15:25
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About 50,000 women worldwide die because of unsafe abortions. Five million more are admitted to hospitals with complications after the procedure. Activists and researchers on both sides of the...
2014/09/27 19:42
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... minutes 47 seconds ago by CBS NewsWorking too much may lead to diabetes Working long hours may increase your risk for diabetes, a new study suggests. But the finding seems to depend on your...
2014/09/26 08:41
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A week after the Harvard School of Public Health received a $350 million donation, the Yale School of Public Health (YSPH) is still struggling to retain applicants who are being offered better...
2014/09/25 17:44
2014/09/25 17:44
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WIKIMEDIA, CSIROThe 2012 creation of H5N1 bird flu strains that can be transmitted between ferrets spurred a debate among the scientific community about how such research, which could have deadly...
2014/09/25 13:08
2014/09/25 13:08
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Experts at LSTM have used a novel modelling approach to project the effects of new diagnostic methods and algorithms for the diagnosis of tuberculosis (TB) recently endorsed by the World Health...
2014/09/25 01:45
2014/09/25 01:45
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States that refuse to accept Obamacare's Medicaid expansion aren't just leaving behind poor residents, they're also hurting hospitals' bottom lines. Because the Affordable Care Act cut the number of...
2014/09/25 00:05
2014/09/25 00:05
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PANAMA CITY-- Fewer students are eating school lunches in the last two years, even though more are qualifying for the free or reduced cost lunch program. A federal U.S. Government Accountability...
2014/09/24 10:55
2014/09/24 10:55
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There is evidence that worrying about job security is a risk factor for poor health. During Europe's recent economic downturn, which started in 2008, studies show perceptions of job insecurity rose...
2014/09/23 22:19
2014/09/23 22:19
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Even Coke and Pepsi think you should drink less Coke and Pepsi. (Mark Lennihan/AP Photo) In an ambitious pledge announced on Tuesday, the U.S. soda industry is committing to cut America's calorie...
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