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  • Possible Mars Mission 'Showstopper': Vision Risks for Astronauts

    Mars may possess a stark and austere beauty, but a manned Red Planet mission will likely not be easy on the eyes. Recently, scientists have begun realizing that spaceflight can cause serious and perhaps permanent vision problems in astronauts. NASA researchers are working hard to understand the…

    SPACE.com
  • 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"

    Us Weekly
  • Anti-Aging Creams of 2014

    The retinol cream that stands the test of time. Discover why dermatologists recommend this wrinkle product more than cosmetic injections.

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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...

    ABC News
  • 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…

    Business 2 Community
  • 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…

    Reuters
  • 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.

    Associated Press
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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…

    Yahoo Sports
  • 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
  • Virginia Mortgage Rates as Low as 2.78% APR

    Initial rates as low as 2.75% (2.78% APR) on 5/1 ARM. Get a great rate and start saving today. Calculate your payment.

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  • Tanned Girls, Tobacco-Chewing Dudes: Gender Norms Affect Teen Cancer Risk

    Teenage girls who see themselves as the most feminine and teenage boys who perceive themselves as the most masculine may be more likely to behave in ways that increase their risk of cancer and other health issues, compared with teens who do not strictly follow gender standards as they are marketed…

    LiveScience.com
  • 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…

    Reuters
  • 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 ...

    Reuters
  • Denver's 420 Marijuana Festival Reportedly Creates Tourism Windfall

    There are a lot of explanations for the stoner term, “420.” Some people say it represents 4:20 p.m., the time immediately after classes when a group of California high school students in the 1970s used ...

    Benzinga
  • Herb Supplements Are the Most Common Complementary Medicine in US

    Herbs and other dietary supplements besides vitamins are the most commonly used type of "complementary medicine" (also called alternative medicine) in the United States, followed by visits to chiropractors, yoga and massage, a new report finds. In 2012, nearly 18 percent of American adults said…

    LiveScience.com
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    Vince Gets His Morning Workout At Life Fitness

    He's ready to run, but he won't necessarily go far. Life Fitness makes tens of thousands of treadmills and other workout equipment here in Franklin Park, and CBS 's Vince Gerasole is staying in shape by touring the facility.

    CBS Local21 mins ago
  • New Site Grants Access to Anyone's Public Record

    Did you know that your record in online and anyone can see it? Search through millions of public records and see what you can find.

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  • Gilead Bucks Biotech Trend Thanks to Sovaldi News

    Gilead gained on news related to Sovaldi.

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  • More People Pick Elimination Diets to Discover Food Sensitivities

    Some aren't doing dairy, others skip sugar. The fad and science behind not eating entire food groups for weeks at a time.

    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.

    Goal.com
  • Early Data in E-Cigarette Study May Raise Safety Concerns

    The study, still in a preliminary stage, found that lung cells exposed to e-cigarette vapor showed cancerous reactions similar to cells exposed to tobacco smoke.

    The New York Times
  • 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

    STACK
  • The revised Census just so happens to hide ObamaCare stats

    Every year the Census Bureau conducts a survey, and every year it includes health care questions. But The New York Times reports that the questions about health care coverage this year have been revised so drastically that it will be impossible to compare data from years before the implementation…

    The Week (RSS)
  • The Best Way to Pay Off Car Insurance Faster

    Currently insured drivers who drive less than 35 miles per day are eligible for extremely cheap car insurance. Here is how it works.

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