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Investigators with the CDC and public health departments across several states are still investigating the E. coli outbreak that caused more than 50 people to get sick across the country. [Read More]
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FARGO - If you are one of those who has battled carpal tunnel in the wrist, you know the discomfort. [Read More]
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Federal guidelines say US adults should be doing push-ups, weight lifting and sit-ups at least twice a week to maintain good health and lower the risks of diabetes, heart disease and cancer. [Read More]
Business was blown away.  Opening at new address December 10... [Read More]
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Here's how to safely use a neti pot for sinus congestion, after a woman died from a brain-eating amoeba from using tap water to clear her nose... [Read More]
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A couple of memory tests could more accurately detect Alzheimer's in people with memory impairment, a study says. [Read More]
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A dose of dopamine is the reason you breeze through your to-do list before a vacation. Here's how to recreate the surge of motivation. [Read More]
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Wider availability of short-term plans and the elimination of the penalty are two big changes that have set this year's apart from past sign-up periods. [Read More]
A POLITICO working group report. [Read More]
Abortion rights are on the ballot next week, as voters in three states will consider significant measures to restrict or limit access to the procedure in what could set the stage for further legal action in the states and nationally. The moves by anti-abortion activists in states like West Virginia, Oregon and Alabama come in the wake of the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court and major concerns from abortion-rights supporters that a new conservative consensus on the high court could overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision outlawing restrictions on the procedure before the... [Read More]
Livestrong, a training program for cancer survivors, begins with a baseline assessment and ends with another after 12 weeks of training, said Pennie Eisenbeis, the YMCA's chronic disease coordinator. [Read More]
Age isn't necessarily an impediment to sexual activity and potential disease transmission. [Read More]
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Sarah Hyland revealed that she had a second kidney transplant after her first one failed, leading to mental health struggles that had her "contemplating suicide."

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Jim O'Connell prides himself on being health conscious in every way, so when he received a prostate cancer diagnosis—and the news that it was aggressive—he was shocked... [Read More]
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Cookie dough is usually made using raw eggs and uncooked flour. Both can carry disease-causing and even deadly bacteria, the CDC cautions, so don't eat it. [Read More]
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Is coffee the first thing you think of as soon as you wake up? [Read More]
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Procession For Fallen Worcester Firefighter, Whitey Bulger Wrongful Death Lawsuit, All Four Boston Marathon Winners To Return, Below Average Temps... [Read More]
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Learn more about Dr. Leana Wen, the new director Planned Parenthood has chosen. [Read More]
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Advancements in medicine are making living with HIV easier and now a drug is available to slow the spread of the virus by protecting people from contracting it in the first place. 9NEWS Medical Expert Dr. Comilla Sasson explains. [Read More]
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You can get the Ionic for just $150, more than $100 off its $270 retail price today, as well as other great Fitbit deals on Amazon. [Read More]
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