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Diet drinks linked with heart disease, death
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Iron Deficiency May Raise Stroke Risk
Study found lack of key mineral can make blood 'stickier'
and more likely to clog

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FDA Approves New Drug to Treat COPD
Medication combines two bronchodilators, experts say
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FDA Wants Tighter Rules on Antibacterial Soaps, Body Washes
Makers would have to prove they're safe and effective
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Health and fitness habits 'influence health over next two decades'
New research suggests that our health and fitness habits can predict the outcome of our overall fitness and health almost 20 years later, according to a study published in the journal Psychology of Sport and Exercise.
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American Meat Plants Said to Face Shortages
of Inspectors

A group attributes the lack of inspectors in some areas to a new poultry inspection program at the Agriculture Department
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A Big Bet on Gluten-Free
Makers of products that have always been gluten-free, including popcorn, potato chips, nuts and rice crackers, are busy hawking that quality in ads and on their packaging
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New Guidelines Aim to Lower C-Section Rates in First-Time Moms
Two major medical groups representing America’s obstetricians/ gynecologists issued joint guidelines aimed at curbing the overuse of cesarean sections in first-time mothers.
One major change: Extending the length of time a woman should be allowed to be in labor, to help lower the odds she will require a C-section
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As marijuana laws change, health risks of pot use are weighed
As more states relax marijuana laws, studies support the belief that pot
is less harmful than alcohol and tobacco. But that's a low bar, some health experts say

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Move over, acai: Latest 'superfruits' aim to make
a nutritional mark

The growing superfruit market just got a bit more crowded with
nutrient-packed newcomers aronia, gac, monk and buffaloberry

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Too Much Sitting After 60 May Lead
to Disability

Ranexa is for patients
who haven't responded
to other chest pain drugs

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Study Finds Widespread Contamination
in Chicken

Potentially harmful bacteria and antibiotic resistance common in 316 raw poultry samples tested
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Sleep Apnea May Worsen Diabetes
Worsens blood sugar control in people with Type 2 diabetes by disrupting the deepest stage of sleep, a new study suggests.
The findings provide another good reason for people with sleep apnea to wear a CPAP mask that helps assure uninterrupted breathing, the standard treatment for the condition, throughout the night

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Study reinforces importance of eating breakfast for children's health
A paper investigates the significance of breakfast food choices in child health and the association between eating breakfast and Body Mass Index (BMI), which is an indicator
of healthy weight

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The hidden risk of processed meats

Study shows a mere 1.8 ounces of processed meat per day can increase the risk of the potentially deadly cancer
by 19 percent

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