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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]

Vietnam Vets Suffer from PTSD Many Years Later

The Veterans Administration is treating a growing number of PTSD cases and the influx is not coming from veterans of our most recent wars. It's Vietnam vets who, more than half a century after their combat...Photo [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]

Bay Area Surfer Expects Full Recovery After Spine Injury

A Bay Area surfer is taking his first steps again after suffering a traumatic spinal cord injury.Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area [Read entire story]

Cookies for Santa: A Breakdown of Christmas Calories

Between holiday parties, baking cookies for Santa, and office treats, the holidays can be a time for celebration through food. But do you know how many calories you are actually consuming with those holiday... [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]

‘Fetus,’ ‘Transgender’ Among 7 Banned Words at CDC: Report

The Trump administration reportedly banned staff of the nation's top health protection agency from using seven words or phrases in budget-related documents. But federal health officials on Saturday pushed...Photo Credit: [Read entire story]

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Step Up Your Coffee Game With These Easy Brewing Methods

Making delicious home-brewed coffee will be easier than you think with these quick and easy steps. [Read entire story]

Step Up Your Coffee Game With These Easy Brewing Methods

Making delicious home-brewed coffee will be easier than you think with these quick and easy steps. [Read entire story]

Families May Lose CHIP Children’s Health Insurance

Officials in several states started warning families this week that funding for the popular Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) is about to run out.The joint state-federal health plan designed to...Photo Credit: [Read entire story]

Depression, Anxiety Crisis Deepening in America

Alex Crotty was just 11 when things started feeling wrong.“I didn't feel unloved. I just felt numb to the world. Like, I was surrounded by great things, but just I couldn't be happy. And I didn't know why thatPhoto [Read entire story]

Images Reveal Woman’s Eye Damage From Staring at Eclipse

A New York woman suffered from blurred vision and permanent dark spots after staring directly into the solar eclipse in August, according to a case study released Thursday. The woman, identified by CNN...Photo Credit: [Read entire story]

Thursday Marks Deadline for 2018 Medicare Plan Enrollment

Medicare's fall open enrollment period ends Thursday. During the annual seven-week period, which began Oct. 15 and ends Dec. 7, beneficiaries can make changes related to Medicare Part C (known as an Advantage...Photo [Read entire story]

Pollution Can Counteract Exercise Benefits, Study Suggests

Air pollution can hinder the effects of exercise in the body, a new British study suggests.As NBC News reported, researchers from Imperial College London studied 120 people, aged 60 or older, who walked...Photo Credit: [Read entire story]