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Prescription Doses of Fish Oil May Lower Heart Attack and Stroke Risk

3 days ago   |     |   5 articles

Omega-3 fatty acids, abundant in fish oil, are known to be good for the heart. Studies have shown that people who eat more fish rich in these fats have lower rates of heart...
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Some Researchers Thought This Drug Could Treat the Polio-Like Illness Sickening Children. A New Study Says It Probably Doesn't

4 days ago   |     |   2 articles

Health officials are scrambling for answers - and cures - as a rare, polio-like illness called acute flaccid myelitis spreads across the country . Some researchers thought the...
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Here's When Your Body Burns the Most Calories, According to a New Study

5 days ago   |     |   2 articles

Everything from your workouts to your sleep schedule can influence how many calories you burn throughout the day. And according to a small new study , there may be a time of...
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Should You Take Aspirin Every Day? Here's What the Science Says

5 days ago   |  

Aspirin is best known as an over-the-counter painkiller. But acetylsalicylic acid, as it's called chemically, has many other health benefits, as well as side effects, in the...
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Here's How Popular Yoga and Meditation Really Are

5 days ago   |     |   2 articles

Yoga and meditation aren't so alternative anymore. About 14% of adults and a growing number of kids now practice yoga and meditation, according to new data from the Centers for...
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More Women Are Using Marijuana During Pregnancy, Report Says

8 days ago   |  

Fewer women are smoking cigarettes and drinking alcohol during pregnancy, but more are using marijuana, according to new federal data. Between 2002 and 2016, the percentage of...
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23andMe Can Now Tell You How You May Respond to Some Drugs. But Experts Are Wary

12 days ago   |     |   2 articles

Consumer genetics company 23andMe on Wednesday became the first to secure Food and Drug Administration approval for a report that provides information about how a person's...
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Babies Born to Older Dads May Have a Higher Risk of Health Problems, Study Says

13 days ago   |     |   2 articles

Women are constantly reminded of their ticking biological clocks and the risks that come with having children later in life - both in terms of maternal and infant health, and...
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Minimally Invasive Surgery Is Standard for Cervical Cancer. But A New Study Shows It's Not Effective

13 days ago   |     |   7 articles

In a demonstration that newer isn't always better, two studies published in the New England Journal of Medicine show that minimally invasive surgery techniques, including...
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Cases of Mysterious Polio-Like Illness Continue to Rise. And Experts Are Frustrated Over a Lack of Answers

13 days ago   |  

A rare, polio-like illness continues to spread across the United States, puzzling and concerning health officials who are investigating the mysterious condition. So far this...
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says he will continue to boycott Amazon...

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says he will continue to boycott Amazon as the state offers more than $1.5 billion for its HQ2

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio celebrated in a joint press conference with New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo the news that Amazon has chosen Long Island City as one of the sites... Read more ...

NFL: Game in Mexico City moved to LA due to field conditions

NFL: Game in Mexico City moved to LA due to field conditions

"The playing field at Estadio Azteca does not meet NFL standards for playability and consistency, and will not meet those standards by next Monday," the NFL said in a statement. Read more ...

Melania Trump publicly calls for White House aide's firing

Melania Trump publicly calls for White House aide's firing

"It is the position of the Office of the First Lady that she no longer deserves the honor of serving in this White House," says the first lady's spokeswoman. Read more ...

Watch viral video of big brother's adorable reaction seeing new baby sister...

Watch viral video of big brother's adorable reaction seeing new baby sister for first time

The boy's eyes can be seen widening and reaching out to her as his sister is carried closer to him. Read more ...

4 arrested in mass murder of Pike County family

4 arrested in mass murder of Pike County family

Four people have been arrested in connection to the mass murder of a Pike County family, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said Tuesday. Read more ...

Bob Melvin, Brian Snitker win manager of the year awards

Bob Melvin, Brian Snitker win manager of the year awards

Bob Melvin of the Athletics and Brian Snitker of the Braves have been named MLB managers of the year. Read more ...

CDC: 2 dozen more cases of rare 'polio-like' illness confirmed

CDC: 2 dozen more cases of rare 'polio-like' illness confirmed

The new cases bring the total in 2018 to 90 cases across 27 states. Read more ...

Forensic crews in California begin search for bodies in Camp Fire rubble

Forensic crews in California begin search for bodies in Camp Fire rubble

Within the rubble of the Camp Fire and the sight of a black hearse, emergency crews in California have begun the search for what lies beneath. Read more ...

Terminally ill dog spends 2 weeks on cross-country trip of lifetime

Terminally ill dog spends 2 weeks on cross-country trip of lifetime

Mura the dog has less than a year to live, so her owner decided to make the end the best it could be. Read more ...

Green leads Red Wings to 6-1 win over Coyotes

Green leads Red Wings to 6-1 win over Coyotes

DETROIT - Defenseman Mike Green had a goal and two assists and the Detroit Red Wings extended their winning streak to four games with a 6-1 victory over the Arizona Coyotes on... Read more ...