Researchers in the UK found a fist bump spread fewer germs than shaking someone's hand or giving a high-five. Plus, childhood cancer survivors may have an increased risk for heart disease, diabetes ... more 
Researchers in the UK found a fist bump spread fewer germs than shaking someone's hand or giving a high-five. Plus, childhood cancer survivors may have an increased risk for heart disease, diabetes and stroke. Danielle Nottingham reports on the day's top health stories. less 
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