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How to train for a 5K run in just six weeks
Does taking cholesterol medication lead to 'pigging out'?
Millions of people are taking statin medications to help lower their cholesterol. Now a new study suggests a surprising risk of long term statin use: weight gain.These are not extra pounds attributed to a side-effect of the medication the benefits of taking statins are widely established.
Thu, 24 Apr 2014 23:49:56 GMT
FDA OKs First DNA Alternative to Pap Smear
Bearded Dragon Lizards Infect 132 With Salmonella
Health officials are warning fans of lizards known as bearded dragons to keep them away from young children and use careful hygiene following a two-year, multistate outbreak of salmonella poisoning tied to the unusual pets.At least 132 people in 31 states have been sickened since Feb.
Thu, 24 Apr 2014 22:47:43 GMT
FDA Prepares to Regulate E-Cigarettes
The e-cigarette business is booming -- its now a $2 billion-a-year industry and growing fast. Up until now, it was virtually unregulated. But all that is about to change. The Food and Drug Administration is beginning the process of laying down new rules for e-cigarette makers.
Thu, 24 Apr 2014 22:16:38 GMT
Drink Up: More Coffee Could Lower Diabetes Risk
Go ahead and indulge in that extra cup of coffee. New research suggests that an extra cup of coffee is associated with a lower risk of Type 2 diabetes.Researchers examined 20 years worth of data on diet, lifestyle, medical conditions and chronic diseases from three large U.S.
Thu, 24 Apr 2014 22:01:05 GMT
Measles Outbreak: Why Vaccination Is So Important
Feds to Take Over Oregon's Broken Health Exchange
The federal government is ready to take over Oregons broken health insurance exchange, which had failed far more spectacularly than HealthCare.gov ever did.A panel of experts advised state officials to turn the system over to the federal government, as 36 other states did this year.
Thu, 24 Apr 2014 21:30:08 GMT
Government Takes Steps to Regulate E-Cigarettes
Colleague: Dr. Umanos Was A 'Very, Very Dear Friend'
Swiss Certified as World's First Allergy-Friendly Airline
Measles Cases Surge in U.S., Fueled By Unvaccinated Travelers
5 Facts About E-Cigarettes and the FDA: No, It's Not a Ban
Take Your Kids to Work Day in 15 Photos
FDA Proposes First E-Cigarette Rules
More Than 7 Percent of Kids on Behavioral Meds
Lose those batwings! 5 weeks, 5 exercises for arms and shoulders
College-Educated Brains Recover Better From Injury, Study Suggests
Men Keep Undies For 7 Years, Don't Change Everyday
Study: Paper Money Hosts Hundreds of Bacteria
Dishing Up Hep A: Should Food Workers Be Vaccinated?
Muffin top-melting recipes: Joy Bauer's fiery popcorn, chocolate pudding, more
Michigan Man Among First Recipients of 'Bionic Eye'
9 foods to 'spring clean' your diet
Nine Foods to 'Spring Clean' Your Diet