• Conjoined Twins Leave Dallas Hospital

    The Ezell Twins Were Successfully Separated 6 Weeks After Birth

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  • JWoww Talks Pregnancy at Six Months: "Pregnancy and Me Don't Mix"

    JWoww wrote about her experience with her pregnancy at the six month-mark, saying, "pregnancy and me don't mix"

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  • Study finds signs of brain changes in pot smokers

    NEW YORK (AP) — A small study of casual marijuana smokers has turned up evidence of changes in the brain, a possible sign of trouble ahead, researchers say.

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  • Little-Known Legal Challenge That Could Torpedo Obamacare

    While the Supreme Court considers one challenge to a provision of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), a federal appeals court located just blocks away is contemplating a separate challenge that could have much more dire consequences for the future of the law. “What you’re asking...

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    Boston Marathon survivors find their second chance (27 photos)

    April 15, 2013 was supposed to be a day about achievement. Instead it has become a day tarnished by a cruel act of terrorism. From that tragedy emerged stories of heroism and sacrifice. In the past year, the Boston Marathon survivors have become the representation of hope. It is at Spaulding…

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  • Are Long Commutes Killing Your Employee Productivity?

    To get the most out of your employees, it is important that they are put into a position where they can do their job to the best of their ability. For some employees this means being supplied with the correct equipment, and for other employees this means being given appropriate training, but all…

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  • J&J beats forecasts as sales of new drugs shine

    J&J on Tuesday said it earned $4.73 billion, or $1.64 per share, in the first quarter. "Strong pharmaceuticals results showcased a very strong 2014 start for J&J," said Morningstar analyst Damien Conover, referring to sales growth of almost 11 percent for prescription medicines in the quarter. He…

  • Common Lifting Accessories and What They Do For You

    You have a decent idea of what all those funky looking bars are meant for in your gym. But that barrel of chalk? Or that PVC pipe? And what about that

  • Anti-Aging Creams of 2014

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  • Warriors' Bogut out indefinitely with rib fracture

    The playoffs have not even begun and the Golden State Warriors are already dealing with a big blow to their postseason chances. The Warriors announced Monday night that an X-ray on center Andrew Bogut revealed a fractured right rib. Warriors coach Mark Jackson and Bogut both said that he's out…

    The Associated Press
  • What's Next for Obamacare?

    With the completion of open enrollment for individual health insurance, the focus on Obamacare shifts from how many people signed up for coverage under the Affordable Care Act to who signed up.

    Huffington Post
  • Soccer-Argentina's Gago may miss World Cup with knee injury

    * Damaged ligament playing for Boca Juniors at weekend * Potential blow to Argentina coach Sabella's plans (Adds detail) BUENOS AIRES, April 14 (Reuters) - Argentina midfielder Fernando Gago could miss the World Cup due to a knee injury after his club Boca Juniors said on Monday he would need up to…

  • A Misfortune, Not a Crime

    There are now 10 times more people with serious mental illness in state prisons (207,000) and county jails (149,000) than there are in state mental hospitals (35,000). In 44 of the 50 states, the largest single "mental institution" is a prison or jail. How can this be possible?

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  • CBO slightly lowers U.S. deficit estimates as health subsidies fall

    Health insurance subsidies under the Affordable Care Act will cost slightly less than previously thought, helping to slow down the forecast growth of U.S. deficits over the next decade, the Congressional ...

  • Gilead Bucks Biotech Trend Thanks to Sovaldi News

    Gilead gained on news related to Sovaldi.

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  • How About an Agency To Regulate Anxiety?

    The EPA's obsession with regulations causes human stress. Therefore, it would seem, the regulators need to be regulated. How else to control the exposure to this hazard?

    The Wall Street Journal
  • Roma's Strootman vows to return stronger

    The midfielder has adopted a philosophical approach as he continues his recovery from injury by reminding himself of fellow professionals who have returned better players.
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    People are nixing various foods from their diets, often without consulting a doctor. Is there actually any medical evidence behind it? Sarah Nassauer reports on Lunch Break. Photo: Getty.

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    How Spaulding Doctors Helped Bombing Survivors Walk Again

    Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital opened just days after the Boston Marathon bombing. Bill Shields reports.

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  • Rockies' Anderson can't avoid injury bug

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Colorado Rockies left-hander Brett Anderson called himself cursed after having to leave Saturday's win over the San Francisco Giants with a bruised left index finger. X-rays taken on Anderson's finger shortly before game time Sunday revealed a broken bone that is likely to sideline…

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  • This ultra-thin insole can tell doctors what’s wrong with your foot

    Germany's OpenGo science is an insole that fits discreetly into athletes' shoes and delivers rich data to sports scientists.

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