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TV Star Saved By Viewer That Spotted Cancer While Watching His ShowImagine watching one of your favorite television shows and noticing the host might have cancer.
Salmonella Outbreak Expands To 4 Deaths, 838 Illnesses In 38 States838 salmonella cases in 38 states have been linked to cucumbers imported from Mexico by the CDC.
Study: Lawyers Have Lowest Health, Highest Rates Of Alcohol UseLawyers have the lowest health and well-being among all white-collar workers, according to a new study.
Lawsuit Filed Against McDonald's Restaurant Operator Over Hepatitis A Exposure To CustomersA lawsuit has been filed against the operator of a McDonald’s restaurant in New York claiming customers were exposed to hepatitis A by an employee.
Researchers Fear Drug-Resistant Bacteria Could Spread GloballyResearchers are concerned that drug-resistant "superbugs" could spread across the globe.
Study: Couples Happiest When They Have Sex Only Once A WeekA new study reveals that couples who are happiest only have sex once a week.
CDC: Record High Number Of STDs In USAn increase in sexually transmitted diseases is sweeping the United States with reported cases of the most common infections all on the rise.
Study: Alcoholism Drug May Detect Dormant HIV To Be KilledA drug that is used to combat alcoholism may also be able to detect dormant HIV in the body, according to a new study.
Report: Flu Vaccine Less Effective Than Previously ThoughtHealth officials say this year's vaccine is just 18 percent effective against this year's dominant strain of the flu virus.
Study: Kids Who Bully Twice As Likely To Suffer From BulimiaChildren who bully others are twice as likely to suffer from symptoms of bulimia, according to a new study.
Study: Daily Walks Beat Gym Workouts For Weight Control Taking brisk daily walks could be more effective for maintaining a slim waistline than going to the gym, according to a new study.
CDC: Obesity Rate Higher For Women Than MenObesity is still rising among American adults, despite more than a decade of public-awareness campaigns and other efforts to get people to watch their weight, and women have now overtaken men in the obese category, new government research shows.
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