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For millennials, keeping off weight is harder

It's a never-ending battle: You diet and exercise, but can't shed the pounds. You can at least take comfort in a new study that suggests many other factors, including stress and pollution, could be conspiring to make weight loss harder today than a…


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Study: Driving while drugged as deadly as drunk

Driving while under the influence of marijuana and other drugs is on the rise in the United States, and could be involved in a large number of fatal accidents, a new report finds.


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Baby born without complete skull defies odds

Jaxon Buell was born without a large part of his skull and brain. Doctors told Brandon and Brittany Buell their son wouldn't live past a few weeks. In August, the family celebrated his first birthday.


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England bans smoking in cars

​​England and Wales have banned smoking in cars, according to reports from Jonathan Vigliotti in London.



U.N. calls for immediate HIV treatments

Anyone who tests positive for HIV should get immediate treatment, regardless of how sick they are, the U.N. health agency said Wednesday, revising its guidelines.


Nurse: Hospital violence worse than ever

We've all been at a hospital at one time or another, and when you're there getting or giving care, you expect to be safe.


Orlando mayor kicks off 'Pink Out' initiative

Orlando mayor Buddy Dyer joins other local leaders to launch the "Pink Out" initiative. 


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Study: Kid couch potatoes may face health risks

Telling children to sit still might be exactly the wrong message to give. Long periods of inactivity could cause changes in blood circulation even in young children, which may increase risk of heart disease later in life, according to a study.


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10-year-old twins fight leukemia together

It was almost time for summer vacation in June 2013, when 8-year-old Lily Dove threw up before school. Her mother, Erin Dove, thought it was odd, but kept her home for the day.


Is your cellphone hurting you?

Cellphones are a necessity in our lives, but the convenience of constant connectivity could be causing you physical pain.


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