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CVS, Starbucks and the Love-Hate Relationship With Sugar

CVS, Starbucks and the Love-Hate Relationship With Sugar

Healthy foods are taking real estate from candy at some CVS stores, the store chain announced Thursday, a response to changing customer preferences and shopping habits, NBC News reported.In CVS Pharmacy's new...Photo [Read entire story]

Sweet Drinks Linked to Dementia: Study

Sweet Drinks Linked to Dementia: Study

Don't be so fast to finish that soda. The latest report from the Framingham Heart Study found that people who frequently drink sodas and fruit juices are more likely to have a poorer memory and less brain... [Read entire story]

Marathons May Delay Medical Care for Non-Runners

Marathons May Delay Medical Care for Non-Runners

Marathons can be risky for hearts, but not necessarily those of the runners. It takes longer for nearby residents to get to a hospital for emergency heart care on the day of a race and they're less likely...Photo Credit: [Read entire story]

Bay Area Mom Creates Book Series for Children With Autism

About two years ago, Alicia Coleman-Clark’s frustration with the canon of children’s literature reached a breaking point. Her 10-year-old daughter, Ava, who has autism spectrum disorder, loved having stories...Photo [Read entire story]

Woman’s Blood Leads to Potential Treatment for Ebola Cousin

Woman's Blood Leads to Potential Treatment for Ebola Cousin

A woman came back from a trip to the Uganda jungle with Marburg virus, a cousin of Ebola that's even deadlier, NBC News reported.Now, Michelle Barnes' blood has a provided a potential cure for the...Photo Credit: AP [Read entire story]

Cancer-Causing HPV Virus Affects 1 in 4 US Men: Study

Cancer-Causing HPV Virus Affects 1 in 4 US Men: Study

New government statistics show that 25 percent of men have the strain of HPV (human papillomavirus or human wart virus) that causes cancer, NBC News reported.Twenty percent of women have the same strain...Photo Credit: [Read entire story]

People With Chronic Pain Scared by Ohio’s New Opioid Rules

People With Chronic Pain Scared by Ohio's New Opioid Rules

People dealing with chronic pain say recent moves by Ohio's governor to fight the plague of opioid overdoses could leave them suffering, NBC News reported.Gov. John Kasich restricted how many painkillers...Photo Credit: [Read entire story]

Study Finds Link Between Slow Breathing, Brain Cells

Study Finds Link Between Slow Breathing, Brain Cells

One common way to calm down is to breathe slower, and brain researchers say they've figured out how that works, "Today" reported.A Stanford-led study of mice found that cells in the brain stem linked to...Photo Credit: [Read entire story]

How to Take a Shower, According to Dermatologists

How to Take a Shower, According to Dermatologists

Too much hot water can actually be bad for our bodies, experts in hair and skin care told NBC News. Several dermatologists were asked to weigh in on the definitive way to take a shower.1.Photo Credit: China Photos/Getty [Read entire story]

Mom Tells Son’s Story in Fight for NIH Funding

Mom Tells Son's Story in Fight for NIH Funding

Pediatric cancer research is one of the least funded and proposed budget cuts to NIH will deplete it even more. A family whose child died from pediatric cancer is testifying on Capitol Hill Wednesday, March 29...Photo [Read entire story]

José Olé Taquitos Recalled for Possible Rubber, Plastic

José Olé Taquitos Recalled for Possible Rubber, Plastic

Ajinomoto Windsor, Inc. is recalling more than 35,000 pounds of frozen "José Olé" taquito products that may be contaminated with rubber and plastic, according to the United States Department of Agriculture. ThePhoto [Read entire story]

José Olé Taquitos Recalled for Possible Rubber, Plastic

Ajinomoto Windsor, Inc. is recalling more than 35,000 pounds of frozen "José Olé" taquito products that may be contaminated with rubber and plastic, according to the United States Department of Agriculture. ThePhoto [Read entire story]

Robot Helps Boy Go to School

Robot Helps Boy Go to School

Despite a degenerative disease that makes going to school a life-threatening situation, a three-year-old Maryland boy attends classes every day thanks to technology allowing him to connect with his classmates...Photo [Read entire story]

Trump Forces a Vote on Health Care Bill

Trump Forces a Vote on Health Care Bill

President Trump has issued an ultimatum to House Republicans on the health care bill designed to repeal and replace "Obamacare": vote today or no deal. If there's no deal, then Obamacare stands. In the [Read entire story]

Seniors Worry About Loss of Meals Under Trump Budget Plan

Seniors Worry About Loss of Meals Under Trump Budget Plan

Dale Lamphier, 97, never married and her closest living relatives―three nephews―live across the country. About two years ago, she moved to a senior housing complex in Westwood, New Jersey, a town she has...Photo [Read entire story]

Seniors Worry About Loss of Meals Under Trump Budget Plan

Dale Lamphier, 97, never married and her closest living relatives―three nephews―live across the country. About two years ago, she moved to a senior housing complex in Westwood, New Jersey, a town she has...Photo [Read entire story]

Here Are the Republicans Who May Reject Health Care Bill

Here Are the Republicans Who May Reject Health Care Bill

President Donald Trump campaigned on the promise to repeal the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, and replace it with "something terrific." Now, House Republicans are in danger of losing a vote...Photo Credit: [Read entire story]

Baby Born With 4 Legs, 2 Spines Survives Risky Surgery

Baby Born With 4 Legs, 2 Spines Survives Risky Surgery

A 10-month-old baby born with four legs and two spines is recovering well after undergoing a complex and risky medical procedure in Chicago, doctors say.Young Dominique came to Chicago from the Ivory Coast in...Photo [Read entire story]

Baby Born With 4 Legs, 2 Spines Survives Risky Surgery

A 10-month-old baby born with four legs and two spines is recovering well after undergoing a complex and risky medical procedure in Chicago, doctors say.Young Dominique came to Chicago from the Ivory Coast in...Photo [Read entire story]

FDA: Breast Implants Can Cause Rare Form of Cancer

Breast implants can cause a rare form of cancer that may have killed at least nine people, the Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday, NBC News reported.The cancer is called anaplastic large cell lymphoma...Photo [Read entire story]