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2015/04/01 22:12
2015/04/01 22:12
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... -- A Massachusetts lawmaker who is fighting to strengthen the state's texting and driving ban hosted a legislative briefing Wednesday on Beacon Hill to raise awareness about...
2015/04/01 22:12
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2015/03/31 22:47
2015/03/31 22:47
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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...
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2015/03/31 18:03
2015/03/31 18:03
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Updated: Tue, Mar 31 2015, 01:05 PM EDT UNDATED (CNN) -- There's good news for those of you who wake up to a bowl of cereal every morning, especially if your go-to choice is high in fiber. Hidden in...
2015/03/31 11:03
2015/03/31 11:03
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A study conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health has found that men who consumed vegetables and fruit that were high in pesticides, had poorer semen quality and less sperm than those who ate...
2015/03/31 00:15
2015/03/31 00:15
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Connecticut lawmakers took a step Monday toward banning smoking in cars with young children. House Bill 6285 would bar motorists from smoking in a motor vehicle if they are transporting children in...
2015/03/30 21:26
2015/03/30 21:26
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Flags in Michigan to be flown at half-staffFlags in Michigan to be flown at half-staff Michigan Governor Rick Snyder ordered flags lowered to half-staff on Monday, March 30th to honor service of...
2015/03/30 17:19
2015/03/30 17:19
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You're filling up on healthy foods, exercising daily and still, the scale isn't budging. It's mind-numbingly frustrating. Luckily, it's also fixable. Here are six common things that could be standing...
2015/03/29 12:12
2015/03/29 12:12
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Published: Sunday, 3/29/2015 - Updated: 36 seconds ago SPECIAL REPORT: CRUDE CONSIDERATIONSRecent derailments have raised questions of safety, method of transporting oilPipelines and tank cars both...
2015/03/27 13:34
2015/03/27 13:34
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... failure is caused by a variety of conditions, and further gene testing is needed for scientists to accurately predict outcomes. Paris – Over the age of 40? Want to know your risk...
2015/03/25 00:18
2015/03/25 00:18
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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...
2015/03/24 07:03
2015/03/24 07:03
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Health and medicine explained. If you’re one of the 45 million Americans who plan to go on a diet this year, I’ve got one word of advice for you: Don’t. You’ll likely lose weight in the short term,...
2015/03/23 19:31
2015/03/23 19:31
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... is a song about the high school experience, sung through the eyes of the person who -- more than anyone else -- puts young people on the right path," said Adam Sandler in a 1994 Saturday...
2015/03/23 01:42
2015/03/23 01:42
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Rush nutritional epidemiologist Martha Clare Morris, PhD, and colleagues developed the "Mediterranean-DASH Intervention for Neurodegenerative Delay" (MIND) diet. The study shows that the MIND diet...
2015/03/20 20:53
2015/03/20 20:53
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There are a few things we can say for sure about milk: It is a concentrated source of calcium. It also contains protein and other nutrients. And it elicits strong opinions, even among scientists who...
2015/03/20 04:31
2015/03/20 04:31
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Q: Is a healthy diet still based on the food guide pyramid? Is there a better alternative? A: Twenty years ago, the USDA created its food guide pyramid. This symbol featured fats and oils at the tip...
2015/03/17 16:43
2015/03/17 16:43
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SUNDAY, March 15, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Folic acid -- the same nutrient women take in pregnancy to help ward off birth defects -- may also help lower stroke risk in people with high blood pressure,...
2015/03/16 05:10
2015/03/16 05:10
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Gov. Charlie Baker’s attempt to trim spending with cuts to hepatitis C prevention could be penny-wise and pound-foolish, boosting the demand for costly treatment, forcing the state to shoulder perhaps...
2015/03/15 19:45
2015/03/15 19:45
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Feline fans, rejoice: Your cat isn't just a cute and cuddly ball of fluff -- he's also incredibly good for your health. Here are 11 reasons we should appreciate all of the cuddly kitties in our...
2015/03/13 21:48
2015/03/13 21:48
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Fox News contributor Katie Pavlich this week told students at Iowa State University that guns “can be a woman’s best defense against a sexual assault,” and called opposition to campus carry laws a...
2015/03/13 17:50
2015/03/13 17:50
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Getting in shape could be more fun than you think. When one spouse increases his or her physical activity, the other spouse is highly likely to follow along, according to new research from the Johns...
2015/04/01 22:12
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