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  • Mother of newborn baby found in trash arrested

    KEARNS, Utah (AP) — A Utah woman accused of dumping her day-old baby in a neighbor's trash can told police she was afraid to tell her parents about the pregnancy and hoped the newborn's death would solve her problems, a probable cause statement shows.

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  • Science just gave us another great reason to legalize pot

    We’ve learned about a couple of good medical benefits to marijuana this year and now it seems there’s another one: Using medicinal marijuana makes it less likely that you’ll become hooked on painkillers. CNN reports that a new study published this in the JAMA Internal Medicine journal finds that…

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  • 10 Foods to Eat So You Never Have to Diet

    Garlic This herb does more than just give meals extra flavor and scent—it can also help keep your tummy flat through its naturally occurring chemical allicin, says registered dietitian andNutritious Life founder Keri Glassman. “Beans are unique in that they offer significant amounts of both fiber…

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  • The Manufactured Crisis of Halbig

    On July 22, 2014, a divided three-judge panel of the DC Circuit ruled that people living in states with federally-created Health Care Exchanges under the Affordable Care Act are not eligible for subsidies to help them cover the cost of health insurance. On the same day, a different three-judge…

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    Identify those loose pills which you are not sure of, using Pill Identifier App Get the detailed description of over 10000 medications found in

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  • I'm Making a Difference by Improving Hospital Care for Kids

    I am the 14-year-old Founder and President of Positive Impact for Kids. My 501(c)(3) non-profit strives to improve the lives of hospitalized children and teenagers receiving inpatient medical care in the United States.I was born with a congenital heart condition. While anxiously waiting for test…

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  • Medtronic Acquires Sapiens SBS to Boost Neuromodulation Biz

    Medtronic's (MDT) acquisition of Sapiens SBS will allow the former to gain greater traction in the emerging neuro-medicine market

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  • For MS Patients, Wii Game Strengthens Brain

    Researchers in Italy found that men and women with mild-to-moderate MS symptoms who exercised at home for 12 weeks with a Nintendo Wii balance board system showed more positive-changes in areas of the brain responsible for balance and movement than people with MS who received no balance training.…

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  • A doll hospital is an endearingly creepy place to work

    Behind a toy shop, in Sydney, Australia, there is a hospital where employees stitch up fingers, restore vision, and take their marching orders from a surgeon-in-chief. Many of the specialists are veterans of the hospital, having worked there for decades.

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  • 6 Eating Mistakes That Undo Your Workouts

    Training hard and not experiencing results is discouraging. Unfortunately, it occurs much too often. And the prime suspect is diet. You can follow the best training program on the planet,

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    Kite Pharma's positive cancer drug study results

    Kite Pharma is working on a treatment which involves taking a cancer patient's own t-cells out of their body, genetically modifying them to better target cancer, and then re-administering them. Its CEO Arie Belldegrun, provides insight to the positive ...

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  • Adding therapy to meds may speed depression recovery for some

    By Kathryn Doyle NEW YORK (Reuters) - For about a third of people with depression, adding cognitive therapy to treatment with antidepressant medication helps them reach remission and recovery quicker, according to a new study. “We know they both work so you assume when you put them together it’s…

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  • Travel with medications, medical devices can be daunting

    By Kathryn Doyle NEW YORK (Reuters) - (This story has been corrected to clarify Dr. Bauer's comment in paragraph 14) For international travelers who need to carry medical devices and medications with them, it’s not easy to find out the travel requirements at their destinations, and embassies in…

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  • No Dietary Supplement Treats Concussions, FDA Warns

    Consumers should beware of dietary supplements that claim to treat a concussion, the U.S. "Exploiting the public's rising concern about concussions, some companies are offering untested, unproven and possibly dangerous products that claim to prevent, treat or cure concussions and other traumatic…

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  • The Cost of Caring for Aging Parents

    As the best-selling author Gail Sheehy famously documented in her 2010 book, "Passages in Caregiving," caring for an ailing loved one can be an overwhelming, chaotic and stressful task. A report released this summer, "Caught in the Middle: How Does the Sandwich Generation Woman Not Get Squeezed?"…

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  • E-cigarettes hooking more high school kids

    E-cigarettes boosting number of teens who say they’ll try regular smokes, too, a new survey shows.

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  • Hottest Trainer 2014: Hottest Trainer Contestant #7: Almas Meirmanov

    Welcome to Racked Vegas' search for Las Vegas' hottest trainer. Over the coming weeks, we'll profile eight smoking locals—fitness experts who not only look hot in Spandex, but can make you look amazing too. Once you've gotten to know everyone,...

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  • Boy hurt in California quake: 'I should be dead'

    DAVIS, Calif. (AP) — Thirteen-year-old Nicholas Dillon's screams could be heard throughout his pitch black house when the earth shook and the falling bricks hit him. His mother, who later called it the worst night of her life, couldn't get to him.

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  • U.N. scientist arrives in Germany for Ebola treatment

    A scientist infected with Ebola arrived in Germany for medical treatment on Wednesday.

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