• Doctors Issue Warning About Cleaning Grills with Wire Brushes  

    Love eating burgers off the grill? You’ll want to read this.

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  • 3 Ways to Rediscover Your Resilience When You're Tapped Out

    If there's one thing we believe, it's this: You can't annihilate stress; it's simply part of life. What you can do is shift your response to stress, and through that process, build up resilience to it. But I think we can take it one step further. What if stress isn't just an ill to manage, but…

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  • Rudisha faces new injury concern ahead of worlds

    Kenya's Olympic 800m champion and world record holder David Rudisha has been hit by another injury scare ahead of this summer's world athletics championships after he pulled a muscle in Ostrava. Running in only his third race of the season in the Czech city on Tuesday night, Rudisha wobbled out at…

  • A Hidden Danger In The New Versions Of Birth Control Pills

    Women who take a newer version of birth control pills have a doubled risk of developing potentially fatal blood clots, according to a new study published in the British medical journal BMJ. Venous thromboembolism is a serious condition that encompasses both deep vein thrombosis -- when a person…

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  • FBI probing what J&J knew about uterine surgery device - WSJ

    J&J said in July that it would ask doctors to return the device, called laparoscopic power morcellator, which is used to treat uterine growths called fibroids. It is unclear what stage the inquiry is in, the Journal reported, citing three people who have been interviewed. A J&J spokesman said the…

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    Is Noise Pollution Making New Yorkers Fat?

    A new study suggests that living on a noisy street can make you gain weight.

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  • Merck KGaA-BioMarin's Kuvan may Undergo Label Update - Analyst Blog

    Merck KGaA (MKGAF) announced that the CHMP recommended Kuvan for the treatment of PKU patients below 4 years of age, who are responsive to such a therapy.

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    Nutrition’s hot new thing, explained.

  • The Strange Science of Why Men Love Spicy Food

    A recent study, conducted at Pennsylvania State University and published in the forthcoming issue of the journal Food Quality and Preference, examined people’s spicy food preferences and how they correlate with other factors like gender and personality.

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  • 10 Benefits for Entrepreneurs Who Make Time for Silence and Solitude

    Constantly being in touch takes a toll. Think of shutting off all the technology once in a while as a spiritual pivot.

  • All-Pro LB Justin Houston absent from OTAs

    The biggest name absent from the practice field didn't come as a surprise. All-Pro outside linebacker Justin Houston, who has yet to sign a non-exclusive franchise tender, was not present as he seeks a long-term contract. The 26-year-old Houston also did not report April 20 for the start of the…

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  • Don't delay: Study confirms early treatment is best for HIV

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A major international study says don't delay in seeking HIV treatment: Starting medication soon after diagnosis helps keep people healthy longer.

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  • WHO shake-up approved after Ebola debacle

    The World Health Organization got the go-ahead Tuesday for a sweeping shake-up, including a $100-million war chest to battle future emergencies following the Ebola fiasco. Delegates from 180 countries at the annual World Health Assembly, which ended Tuesday, approved plans for a contingency fund to…

  • How Do I Estimate the Cost of Having a Baby?

    This Q&A column addresses questions from real patients about health care costs. Have a question you'd like to see answered? Submit it to are expecting a baby in six months and trying to get an accurate estimate of how much we'll have to pay out of pocket…

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  • 10 Twitter accounts that will keep you up to date with digital health

    The digital health space is moving fast. Keep up with startups and investments in the healthcare world by following these 10 Twitter accounts.

  • Five espressos a day? EU food agency says stop there

    The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) carried out the scientific study after some countries raised concerns about the health effects of caffeine on the heart and central nervous system, as well as possible risks to foetuses. A single espresso contains around 80 mg of caffeine, the same as a…

  • 3 Keys to Successful Off-Season Training

    The end of the school year marks the start of a short but important 12-week training period for young athletes. During this training block, you can either gain or lose

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  • TV Food Ads May Make You Fat—Here’s How to Slim Down

    Can TV ads for greasy, cheesy foods actually make you consume more calories? Yes, actually, and certain folks are more privy to the effects.

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