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2014/11/27 03:19
2014/11/27 03:19
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Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) arrives for a closed conference meeting to conduct leadership elections for the next Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington November 13, 2014. (Joshua...
2014/11/27 03:19
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2014/11/26 23:23
2014/11/26 23:23
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School kids around the country are tweeting rather unfortunate pictures of the meals they're being served at lunchtime, and thanking first lady and healthy school food advocate Michelle Obama for...
2014/11/26 15:03
2014/11/26 15:03
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Did you know that the amount of total added sugar (not the sugar found in fruits, vegetables or dairy products) that we consume has risen from 6.3 pounds per person per year in 1822 to more than 100...
2014/11/26 12:31
2014/11/26 12:31
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Full of protein and calcium, a serving of yogurt can be a healthy choice to start the day, and now a new study has shown that a daily serving can also lower your risk of Type 2 diabetes. Published in...
2014/11/26 00:09
2014/11/26 00:09
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There’s no reason to avoid fat this Thanksgiving, but knowing which fats to cook with and which to leave out can make a world of difference for the healthfulness of your feast. Numerous health...
2014/11/25 22:27
2014/11/25 22:27
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U.S. quarantine moves hurting Ebola response in Africa: Harvard BOSTON (Reuters) - Moves by some U.S. states to isolate medical workers returning from fighting Ebola in West Africa could worsen the...
2014/11/25 10:34
2014/11/25 10:34
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INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPERSThe study into type 2 diabetes suggests eating yoghurt preferably unsweetened could boost the odds of a healthy old age. London - A spoonful or two of yoghurt a day could keep...
2014/11/25 00:46
2014/11/25 00:46
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Americans are no longer working just 40 hours a week, but, rather, closer to 50 hours a week. According to a Gallup poll, about 21 percent of the country works 50 to 59 hours, with 18 percent of the...
2014/11/24 22:19
2014/11/24 22:19
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The Obamacare enrollment period just re-opened, but the Obama administration is already starting to lay down new ground rules for how enrollment will work in the future. Among the ideas: changing when...
2014/11/24 11:09
2014/11/24 11:09
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In the late 1970s, one-quarter of the Holden Police Department's officers were out one year because of disability. Town officials decided something had to be done to keep their public safety officers...
2014/11/24 02:57
2014/11/24 02:57
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Happiness—you know it when you see it, but it’s hard to define. You might call it a sense of well-being, of optimism or of meaningfulness in life, although those could also be treated as separate...
2014/11/21 03:42
2014/11/21 03:42
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BY MICHAEL BLANDING On Tuesday, the family of deceased musician and celebrated marijuana user Bob Marley announced what it claimed will be the first global cannabis brand, Marley Natural. Marijuana...
2014/11/21 00:28
2014/11/21 00:28
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... -- Happiness -- you know it when you see it, but it's hard to define. You might call it a sense of well-being, of optimism or of meaningfulness in life, although those could also be treated as...
2014/11/20 22:50
2014/11/20 22:50
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New federal standards for school meals were implemented in 2012. The standards require schools to offer more nutritious meals, citing a high level of salt and saturated fats in the foods being offered...
2014/11/20 20:27
2014/11/20 20:27
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The obesity rates of many U.S. states are actually higher than previously thought, a new study finds. The new findings are based on doctors' measurements of people's height and weight, whereas many...
2014/11/20 16:08
2014/11/20 16:08
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A high intake of dietary trans fatty acids may have an adverse effect on memory, according to new research presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2014. The study, which...
2014/11/20 00:30
2014/11/20 00:30
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By Kathleen DohenyHealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, Nov. 18, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Police face a higher risk of sudden cardiac death when they're restraining or chasing suspects or engaging in...
2014/11/19 17:47
2014/11/19 17:47
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A new study out of the University of California San Diego suggests that trans fats are not only expanding waistlines, but could be damaging your memory as well. The study, presented Tuesday at the...
2014/11/19 10:09
2014/11/19 10:09
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The next time you speak with your physician, you may find the conversation oddly stilted. This is because the 11th Circuit of Federal Court of Appeals upheld the right of the State of Florida to...
2014/11/18 19:26
2014/11/18 19:26
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Amy Bishop alongside her parents, Judy and Sam, in 1987. Judy calls Amy a “brilliant girl” who “just snapped.” Amy Bishop, a neurobiologist at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, sat down at the...
2014/11/27 03:19
2014/11/27 03:19
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