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Why Models Are Addicted to This Fitness Trend
Even people who hate exercise are falling in love with it.News Image


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News ImageNews Image Fri, 01 May 2015 21:56:30 GMT
Will Mars Scramble Your Brain? Scientists Debate Study
Could a trip to Mars addle your brains? Some scientists say it might, based on a study of radiation's effects. But a skeptic says the study is flawed.News Image


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Mom Kept Alive Eight Weeks for Baby Angel's Delivery
A pregnant Nebraska women who became brain dead after suffering a hemorrhage was kept alive in coma for eight weeks so doctors could deliver her baby.News Image


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Time to Prove Hospital Disinfectants Work, FDA Says
Now that there's a hand sanitizer dispenser at every hospital room door, it's time to check that such products work safely, the FDA saysNews Image


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Scientists Develop On-Off Switch to Control Mouse Behavior
A study describing a way to manipulate a lab animal's brain circuitry is the first to be published under President Obama's BRAIN Initiative.News Image


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Pit Bull Spreads Plague to Four People
An outbreak of plague that affected four people and a dog might be the first person to person transmission of plague in the US in 90 years.News Image


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Bird Flu 'Probable' in Chicken Breeding Farm
An Iowa-based chicken broiler breeding farm has initially tested positive for the highly pathogenic h5 bird flu.News Image


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Why Tattoos Might Be a Big Problem for the Apple Watch
Tattooed tech lovers, take note: The Apple Watch's heart rate sensor may not work for people with tattoos covering their wrists.News Image


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Doctors Save Babies by Printing '4-D' Airways
Three small children with weak airways that were constantly collapsing are alive and well thanks to a "4-D" printed splint that saved them from almost certain suffocation.News Image


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News ImageNews Image Wed, 29 Apr 2015 21:02:54 GMT
German Measles Eliminated from Americas
German measles is officially gone from North and South America, the first region to rid itself of the disease, health officials announced Wednesday.News Image


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News ImageNews Image Wed, 29 Apr 2015 18:44:42 GMT
FDA Approves Double-Chin Shot
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved an injection designed specifically to reduce unsightly double chins.News Image


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Doctors print up '4-D' airway, save three babies
Three small children with weak airways that were constantly collapsing are alive and well thanks to a "4-D" printed splint that saved them from almost certain suffocation.News Image


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New Shingles Vaccine Works Better
A new vaccine to protect people against shingles seems to work better than the current vaccine, protecting more than 97 percent of people.News Image


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The Country's Most Polluted and Cleanest Places Are...
Almost half of Americans live in places where the air can be dangerous to breathe, a new study by the American Lung Association has found.News Image


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Diet Swap Shows How Junk Food Might Give You Cancer
Just a two-week diet swap shows just how bad a Western diet of junk food is for us.News Image


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