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2015/04/18 00:09
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Craig — As spring winds kick up dust and warming temperatures hint at summer heat, it’s important to remember one of the simplest health habits that keeps our bodies going: drink water. Water makes...
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2015/04/17 18:52
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We all need vitamins and minerals. What we may not need are vitamins and minerals that come in a bottle. According to the National Institutes of health, about a third of all Americans age 1 and...
2015/04/16 03:24
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Dr. Julio Frenk was confirmed as the University of Miami’s sixth president and first Hispanic president on Monday. Soon after the press conference, the current dean of faculty at the Harvard School of...
2015/04/16 00:15
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NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- The FDA wants the fatty Kind Bars to stop pretending they're healthy. But Kind says the fat in its bars is healthy. In a response to a scathing warning letter from the FDA made...
2015/04/14 16:16
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Addressing a crowd of more than 350 people gathered in Trenton, Nobel laureate Dr. Eric Chivian asked a question: How many people have had Lyme disease or know someone who had it? Almost every hand...
2015/04/14 14:23
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Muscle-building supplements containing creatine could cause testicular cancer, experts warn Supplements with creatine and androstenedione linked to disease Men who took them had 65% greater chance...
2015/04/14 08:33
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On April 1, Misao Okawa, the oldest living person in the world, died of natural causes at a nursing home in Osaka, Japan. Born in 1898, she was 117 at the time of her death. Okawa held the title of...
2015/04/13 22:22
2015/04/13 22:22
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How love handles can help you live longer: As astonishing new research shows being overweight can help ward off dementia A study suggests overweight people are less likely to develop dementia Those...
2015/04/13 17:13
2015/04/13 17:13
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CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) - Harvard dean and former Mexican Cabinet member Dr. Julio Frenk has been selected as the University of Miami's next president. Frenk was approved Monday by the university's...
2015/04/13 14:14
2015/04/13 14:14
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After being lead by the former American Secretary of Health and Human Services for 14 years, the University of Miami will now be lead by a former Mexican Secretary of Health. According to The Miami...
2015/04/13 13:14
2015/04/13 13:14
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The University of Miami is set to make an announcement regarding its extensive presidential search Monday. Shalala was the U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary under President Bill Clinton. Her...
Read more at NBC Miami, Sun-Sentinel
2015/04/13 11:29
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In a world where there are so many worthwhile targets demanding our attention, we need to focus on those where we have the best chance of doing the most good. How about saving more than 14 million...
2015/04/12 08:31
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Chariton, Schwager & Malak David E. Schwager earned a reappointment to serve on the Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania for a three-year term, his second consecutive term....
2015/04/09 15:57
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Many of us like the odd drink or two, particularly after a hard day at work. In fact, some studies have suggested moderate alcohol consumption is good for our health. On the other hand, some studies...
2015/04/07 14:25
2015/04/07 14:25
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Addressing a crowd of more than 350 people gathered in Trenton, Nobel laureate Dr. Eric Chivian asked a question: How many people have had Lyme disease or know someone who had it? Almost every hand...
2015/04/07 07:45
2015/04/07 07:45
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News Corp CEO Rupert Murdoch recently tweeted that he was trying out Transcendental Meditation, a popular technique developed in the 1960s and followed today by famous practitioners like Oprah, David...
2015/04/06 18:14
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LAS VEGAS (KSNV MyNews3) -- Nevada has the fourth highest suicide rate in the nation. Residents may not realize the rate is so high since news media general do not cover suicides unless they involve...
2015/04/05 02:58
2015/04/05 02:58
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For hepatitis C patients, new drugs introduced in the past two years offer a cure that’s miraculous when compared with former treatments for the potentially fatal virus. Instead of taking a long...
2015/04/03 14:05
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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...
2015/04/03 11:17
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CARY, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The CEO Roundtable on Cancer proudly recognizes the State of Oklahoma as the first State in the country to earn CEO Cancer Gold StandardTM accreditation, recognizing its...
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