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Chicken wars and fake meat are some of the food stories that defined 2019 (Sun, 15 Dec 2019)
This isn't a list of the best fine dining of the year.
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Father of deaf baby talks about viral moment with CNN (Sat, 14 Dec 2019)
Each morning, 4-month-old Georgina Addison's parents turn her hearing aids on, and video of her reacting to her mother's voice has been viewed more than a million times on Twitter. Watch "Full Circle" weeknights at 5 p.m. ET.
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This 14-year-old beat stage 4 cancer, just in time to make it home for Christmas (Sun, 15 Dec 2019)
It started out as a limp.
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More people in the US are dying at home than at the hospital (Thu, 12 Dec 2019)
For the first time since the early 20th century, more people in United States are dying at home than at the hospital, according to a report published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Wednesday.
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Study links frozen embryo transfer to higher childhood cancer risk (Tue, 10 Dec 2019)
Children born after the use of frozen embryo transfer were at higher risk of childhood cancer, according to a new study, but the risk remains low.
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No single e-cigarette brand linked to vaping-related lung injuries, CDC says (Fri, 06 Dec 2019)
No single product or brand is responsible for the thousands of vaping-related lung illnesses reported across the United States, according to a report released Friday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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6 'probable' vaping-related lung injury cases linked to Massachusetts dispensaries (Fri, 06 Dec 2019)
A state investigation into vaping-related lung injury cases in Massachusetts has found that vape products used in six probable cases were purchased legally from dispensaries. All of the products contained THC or tetrahydrocannabinol, the primary psychoactive component of cannabis.
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The lone star tick could soon be colonizing a backyard near you (Wed, 04 Dec 2019)
The climate crisis is making us more vulnerable to ticks in an unprecedented and growing threat to public health, according to a new report.
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Reduce cholesterol earlier in life to prevent heart problems later, study says (Wed, 04 Dec 2019)
To prevent heart problems later in life, people 45 and younger with higher levels of bad cholesterol might want to change their eating and exercise habits, or even talk to their doctor about medications such as statins, a new study says.
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How a poop on Everest inspired a toilet that could save lives (and your dignity) (Wed, 04 Dec 2019)
How many of us have our best ideas on the toilet?
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How 'Giving Tuesday' ushers in the holidays' charitable spirit (Wed, 04 Dec 2019)
For decades now, millions of Americans have embraced the day-after-Thanksgiving shopping bonanza known as "Black Friday." Then came "Cyber Monday," online retailers' chance to cash in on the holiday buying frenzy.
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Warming temperatures put women at risk of giving birth early, study says (Mon, 02 Dec 2019)
Women are at risk of giving birth early due to warmer temperatures brought on by the climate crisis, a new study finds.
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New York City hits HIV/AIDS target two years ahead of schedule (Mon, 02 Dec 2019)
New York City has surpassed a major goal against HIV/AIDS two years ahead of schedule, city officials announced Monday.
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1 in 5 US adolescents is now prediabetic, study says (Mon, 02 Dec 2019)
Nearly a quarter of young adults and a fifth of adolescents in the United States have prediabetes, according to a study published Monday in the journal JAMA Pediatrics.
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Youth in states requiring universal background checks are less likely to carry guns to school, study says (Mon, 02 Dec 2019)
High school students in states that require universal background checks on all prospective gun buyers are less likely to carry guns compared to students in states that require background checks only on sales through federally licensed firearms dealers, according to a study published Monday in the medical journal Pediatrics.
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Athletes have healthier brains that can actually hear better, study says (Mon, 09 Dec 2019)
Listen closely: Can you hear that noisy static in your brain?
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'Miracle' woman survives six-hour cardiac arrest (Sat, 07 Dec 2019)
A British woman has made a full recovery after suffering a six-hour cardiac arrest caused by severe hypothermia -- a condition that doctors say also saved her life.
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Study links hair dyes and chemical straighteners to higher breast cancer risk, particularly among black women (Fri, 06 Dec 2019)
Permanent hair dye and chemical hair straightener use was linked to a higher risk of breast cancer in a new study from researchers at the National Institutes of Health. The risk is more than six times higher for black women.
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'Anti-vaxxer' charged as Samoan government battles deadly measles outbreak (Fri, 06 Dec 2019)
An alleged anti-vaxxer has been charged with "incitement against the government vaccination order," the Samoan government said Thursday.
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Walking while texting and other cell phone related injuries are on the rise, especially for the young (Thu, 05 Dec 2019)
Cell phones are a literal pain in the neck -- and face, eyes, nose, ears and head. A new study analyzing national emergency room data shows injuries to those areas of our bodies have risen "steeply" over the last 20 years.
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More than 140,000 people worldwide died from measles last year, most of them younger than 5 (Thu, 05 Dec 2019)
As the number of measles cases continued to soar, more than 140,000 people across the globe died from measles last year, according to a new report from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization.
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Scientists say a once-a-month birth control pill works on pigs. They want to test it on people next (Thu, 05 Dec 2019)
Scientists say they have made a breakthrough on developing a contraceptive pill that only needs to be taken once a month.
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A 'blue zones' diet: Live longer from what you eat (Tue, 03 Dec 2019)
Want to live a long, healthy life? So do I. That's why for the past 15 years I've explored places around the world where people have done exactly that — places I dubbed "blue zones." And I'm convinced that the foods the people in these areas eat are a big part of their secret.
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There have been at least 1,300 US flu deaths so far this season, CDC estimates
At least 1,300 people have died from the flu so far this season, according to a preliminary estimate released Friday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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Scientists develop superbug-resistant plastic wrap
Researchers have developed a self-cleaning plastic wrap that repels bacteria -- and could be used to prevent the transfer of antibiotic resistant superbugs, and other forms of dangerous bacteria.
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Top 10 health questions America asked Dr. Google in 2019
Google users in the United States had a lot of questions about blood pressure, hiccups and human papillomavirus in 2019. Those topics were among the 10 most-searched health-related questions asked this year using the search engine giant, according to new data provided by Google.
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Medicine in motion: How Tai Chi heals body and mind
There is evidence that an ancient Chinese form of martial arts improves your mind and body, and may even contribute to a longer life.
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The FDA is investigating 3 separate E. coli outbreaks
Just days after health officials urged Americans to throw out their salad kits over E. coli concerns, the Food and Drug Administration announced it's investigating three separate E. coli outbreaks linked to salad products.
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'Magic mushrooms' could be used to treat depression, study says
The active ingredient in psychedelic mushrooms is called psilocybin -- and a new study suggests it could safely be used as a therapeutic approach to treat depression when other drugs have failed to work.
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After arrests of protesting doctors, border agency digs in on refusal to vaccinate migrants
A group of doctors was arrested in San Diego at CBP headquarters during a protest over the agency's refusal to give flu shots to migrants. The CBP says it's not equipped to give the shots. Other doctors not involved in the protest say the agency is.
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