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Without CHIP, 1.7M Kids Could Lose Healthcare in Weeks

More than 1.75 million children in 20 states and Washington D.C. are at risk of losing their health insurance by the end of February if Congress does not reauthorize the Children’s Health Insurance Program...Photo [Read entire story]

Without CHIP, 1.7M Kids Could Lose Healthcare in Weeks

More than 1.75 million children in 20 states and Washington D.C. are at risk of losing their health insurance by the end of February if Congress does not reauthorize the Children’s Health Insurance Program...Photo [Read entire story]

Photos: Anti-Abortion Activists ‘March for Life’ in DC

Thousands of anti-abortion activists gathered in Washington, D.C. on Friday for the 45th annual March for Life, which marks the anniversary of the 1973 Supreme Court decision in the case of Roe v.Photo Credit: Andrew [Read entire story]

Photos: Anti-Abortion Activists ‘March for Life’ in DC

Thousands of anti-abortion activists gathered in Washington, D.C. on Friday for the 45th annual March for Life, which marks the anniversary of the 1973 Supreme Court decision in the case of Roe v.Photo Credit: Andrew [Read entire story]

Britain Appoints ‘Minister for Loneliness’

Britain has created a “minister for loneliness” to tackle public health problems associated with social isolation, NBC News reported. The minister, Tracey Crouch, was appointed after research showed that one [Read entire story]

What’s the Mental Test Trump Took?

Can you recognize a lion? How about remembering a list of five words, right away and five minutes later?President Donald Trump can. He got all the usual tests as part of his annual physical exam as president...Photo [Read entire story]

Cough Syrup Containing Opioids Is Dangerous for Kids: FDA

Cough medications that contain opioids like codeine should not ever be taken by kids and they’ll now need to be labeled to make that clear, the Food and Drug Administration said Thursday.The FDA will...Photo Credit: [Read entire story]

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Too Soon to Blame Romaine Lettuce for E. Coli Outbreak: CDC

It's too early to say that romaine lettuce is the source of an E. coli outbreak that has made at least 57 people in the U.S. and Canada sick, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told NBC News."One...Photo [Read entire story]

Health Benefits to Losing 5 Percent of Body Weight: Study

Shedding just five percent of your body weight does a lot, NBC News reported.It’s enough to decrease total body fat, visceral fat (the dangerous kind that hugs your organs), and liver fat. Plus, that small tipPhoto [Read entire story]

Sessions to End Policy That Let States Legalize Pot: Sources

Attorney General Jeff Sessions will end an Obama-era policy that let states legalize marijuana, according to two sources to The Associated Press. [Read entire story]

CDC-Recommended Tips on Avoiding the Flu at Work

The CDC recommends getting a flu shot early during flu season. [Read entire story]

Buying Recreational Pot in California? What You Need to Know

The sale of recreational marijuana is set to become legal in California. And if you're one of the many looking to legally buy pot in the Bay Area come Monday, you may have questions. Scott Budman has answers and [Read entire story]

Flu Widespread in 36 States, Deaths Reported: CDC

Influenza was reported as widespread by 36 states last week, with some states reporting deaths from the virus, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.Twenty-one of the 36 states...Photo Credit: Getty [Read entire story]

Tips to Avoid a Hangover

The Mayo Clinic shares some advice on things you can do to avoid a hangover after a night of drinking. Remember, never drink and drive. [Read entire story]

Tech-Assisted Healthy Eating for 2018

Eating better is one of the top New Year's resolutions for 2018, and this year, technology might be able to help you stick to it. [Read entire story]

Why Board Games Can Bring Out the Worst in Us

When the presents are all unwrapped and the breakfast spread gobbled up, holiday revelers often turn to the time-honored tradition of board games — and can be left stewing and sulking, NBC News' Better...Photo Credit: [Read entire story]

Allergic to Christmas? Some Say Trees Cause Reactions

It's being called "Christmas tree syndrome." Apparently mold in real evergreens can cause allergic reactions like coughing, wheezing and chest pains. Lolita Lopez reveals what to do about it on... [Read entire story]

Couple Has Baby From Embryo Frozen 24 Years Ago

A baby conceived in 1992 has finally been born a generation later, NBC News reported.Emma Gibson was frozen as an embryo and donated to a faith-based clinic in Knoxville that specializes in embryo donation and...Photo [Read entire story]

CDC: There’s No Ban on Use of ‘Fetus,’ ‘Science-Based’

No words have been banned from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's lexicon, according to the federal agency's director.In a statement sent to NBC News on Monday, CDC Director Dr. Brenda FitzgeraldPhoto [Read entire story]