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'Love drug' found in chocolate



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Calming the teenage mind in the classroom
With today's teenagers experiencing more stress than ever before, more schools are offering mindfulness and meditation to help students learn how to cope.


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Why can't we just kill all mosquitoes?
The mosquito was never going to win any popularity contests, but as the "deadliest animal in the world" spreads the Zika virus, it's become the target of tough talk and powerful pesticides.


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UN: 200 million women and girls live with female genital mutilation
They covered her face and laid her down.


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CDC issues new safe-sex guidelines around Zika virus
Men exposed to the Zika virus and who have a pregnant partner should use a condom or abstain from sex until the baby is born, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advised Friday in guidelines aimed at preventing sexual transmission of the virus.


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New Hampshire town's surprising warrior against heroin
Eric Adams' phone rings. On the other end is a 36-year-old man, a daily heroin abuser who is finally accepting he's on a "path of destruction" and now desperately wants help.


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CTE in the NFL: The tragedy of Fred McNeill
The night before Fred McNeill died in November, he was watching "Monday Night Football." The 63-year-old former Minnesota Viking linebacker and UCLA grad had his gold and blue slippers tucked under his bed. "He loved the game," said his youngest son, Gavin. "He was proud of what he did."


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SOS for stressed out teens
Ask parents of teens if their children are more stressed than they were at the same age, and they'll usually tell you, "Absolutely."


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3 everyday ways to practice gratitude
As wonderful as it is to devote an entire day to celebrating gratitude, Thanksgiving shouldn't be the only time we reflect on reasons to give thanks. Although one-time efforts to show gratitude produce immediate boosts in happiness and drops in depression, if not repeated the positive effects disappear over time. In fact, a growing body of research supports that daily doses of gratitude deliver marked ongoing benefits, ranging from improved mental and physical health to enhanced relationships, self-esteem and overall life satisfaction.


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The best place to meditate? At work.
Have you read the latest study about meditation? Probably not, because even as you read this sentence another has likely come out. There is a steady stream of new research and news stories about the benefits of meditation and other mindful breathing practices. As they report, meditation boosts energy, helps with focus, reduces stress and anxiety, increases resilience and possibly, subtly, changes your life and your brain for the better.


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Photos reveal what's in birth bags of women around the world
All over the world, a packed bag is a sign that a baby will soon arrive. Call it a birth bag, a maternity bag, a hospital bag -- it contains what a mother-to-be believes she needs, and perhaps a few goodies that will bring her comfort. But the place and conditions where a woman gives birth can dramatically change what she brings along to meet her newborn.


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8 TV shows to help your preschooler learn
When kids' TV shows bill themselves as educational, lots of parents take their word for it. But how many of these shows are backed by childhood-development principles, quality research, and an understanding of how kids learn best from media? Actually, quite a few. From social-emotional learning to STEM subjects, this is a golden age of choice for preschool TV. Behind the scenes, many kids' shows are providing richer screen-time experiences by the pros who know how best to reach kids.


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5 things to know about CTE
The list of football players with a brain disease called chronic traumatic encephelopathy (CTE) continues to grow. But what exactly is CTE? Here are 5 things you need to know.


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Southern California doctor sentenced in overdose deaths of 3 patients
A Southern California doctor convicted of murder in connection with the overdose deaths of three of her patients was sentenced to 30 years to life in prison Friday by a judge in Los Angeles.


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Top athletes 'injected with drugs'
In a scandal that has taken more than two decades to emerge, a Chinese journalist has claimed 10 of the country's Olympic champions and world record holders have said they were part of a state-sponsored doping program.


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