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Health, Uncategorized

Flu Activity Continues to Rise Across U.S.

Black, Health, Uncategorized

Spreading the Word About HIV Prevention For African-American Women

Health, Uncategorized

Many Women With Eating Disorders Do Recover, Study Finds

Health, Uncategorized

Eating Hot Chili Peppers May Extend Your Life

Health, Uncategorized

Kids Use of Artificial Sweeteners Spiked In Recent Years

Health, Uncategorized, zTransfer-SCH

Rise of Superbugs: Woman Dies of Infection Resistant to All 26 Available Antibiotics

Health, Uncategorized

Scientists Say Eating Just 2 Fatty Breakfasts in a Row Can Increase Risk of Heart Disease

Health, Uncategorized

DeVon Franklin Discusses Health Benefits of Observing the Sabbath on ‘The Dr. Oz Show’

Health, Uncategorized

Study: Eating Beans, Peas Will Make You Feel Fuller After a Meal Than Meat

Health, Uncategorized, World

Nutella Maker Ferrero Fights Back Against Claims the Palm Oil-Filled Chocolate Spread Causes Cancer

Health, Uncategorized

Copper in Common Foods and Water Could Cause Anxiety and Exhaustion and Lead to Dementia and Alzheimer’s

Health, National, Uncategorized

Transgender Person Sues New Jersey Catholic Hospital to Force It to Perform Gender Surgeries

Health, Uncategorized

Cancer Death Rates In U.S. Continue to Fall

Health, Uncategorized

Black Diabetes Patients Far Less Likely to Be Included In Drug Safety Trials

Health, Uncategorized

U.S. Flu Season Starting to Peak, May Be a Severe One

Christian, Health, Lifestyle, Uncategorized

Is It a Sin for Christians to be Fat?

Health, Uncategorized

Is Running Bad for Your Knees? Probably Not

Health, Uncategorized

Serious About 2017 Being the Year You Lose Weight? You Can Do It with These ‘SMART’ Tips

Health, Uncategorized

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to Invest Up to $140M In HIV Prevention Device

Health, Uncategorized

Study Finds Grandparents Who Help Care for Grandchildren Live Longer Than Those Who Don’t

Health, Uncategorized

Being More Social May Be Best Way to Improve Health, Study Suggests


 

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