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  1. There's Finally An Answer To Why Men Are Either b**b Guys Or a*s GuysRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago |

    With respect to certain matters of life, like the few I just mentioned, people will either fall into one of two distinct categories, ya know, "this" or "that." Regarding women, and our own unique preferences, men will face these types of scenarios in bunches.


  2. Understanding Vitamin D DeficiencyRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago |

    Vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin that is needed for strong bones. It is also involved in many other functions of the body.


  3. Florida Confirms Measles In 2 Unvaccinated AdultsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | CBS Local

    CBS4 CBS4 is now on It's the same great news, weather, and investigations you found on, but we've added a whole new range of great items and features to help you get more out [] My TV 33 My TV33 is now on


  4. Footage shows deaf baby hearing mother's voice for first timeRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | ITV

    Elijah Cook was diagnosed with profound hearing loss shortly after being born, causing his mother Ahavah to believe her son would never hear his family speak or even coo himself. However, at nine weeks specialists in Minneapolis, Minnesota fitted the young child with small hearing aids allowing him to hear sounds for the first time.


  5. NIH launches largest clinical trial focused on HIV-related cardiovascular diseaseRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Holtville Tribune

    Researchers have begun enrolling participants in a multicenter international clinical trial to test whether statin administration can reduce the risk for major adverse cardiovascular events, such as heart attacks, strokes, and heart disease, in people with HIV infection. The trial is supported by the National Institutes of Health's National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute and National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases .


  6. Founder retires, hands over leadership at Patient Advocate FoundationRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Hampton Roads Daily Press

    After an 18-month transition period, Alan Balch officially took over leadership of the Patient Advocate Foundation in Hampton from founder Nancy Davenport-Ennis in January 2015. Balch plans to continue existing programs and add a local emphasis.


  7. Early Findings with KEYTRUDA (pembrolizumab), Merck's Anti-PD-1...Read the original story

    2 hrs ago | Information Technology

    ... a rare, hard-to-treat cancer with very limited treatment options," said Dr. Alley, clinical associate professor of medicine, Abramson Cancer Center. "While early, the disease control rates observed in this study are very encouraging, and indicate ...


  8. MSU tobacco-free task force hosts public sessions this weekRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Washington Times

    Michigan State University is taking more steps this week toward ending all smoking and tobacco use at the East Lansing school. The 50,000-student school announced Feb. 3 that it was forming a task force to implement a "tobacco-free environment."


  9. The Power of Music in a War ZoneBy Sandy TolanRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Daily Beast

    The white van, carrying young musicians riding home from a concert in Bethlehem, suddenly came upon a military barrier erected hastily in the road. "halt!" commanded a sign in Arabic and Hebrew.


  10. Senior Circle Briefs: Monday, April 20Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Deming Headlight

    The Mimbres Memorial Hospital Chapter of Senior Circle provides fellowship, activities, health education, national discounts and travel opportunities to those 50 and older - for just $15 a year . Call 546-5842 or come by the office at Mimbres Memorial Hospital for more information.


  11. Doctor says he's met requirements for reactivating licenseRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Norwalk Citizen News

    A Hobbs obstetrician and gynecologist whose medical license was suspended after he was accused of having sex with patients and leaving some giving birth unattended has told medical regulators that he has joined a new practice. His license was suspended in November based on allegations that he kept patients waiting, had affairs with patients and staff and drank on the job.


  12. Kick curry, hurry & worryRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Telegraph

    Want to stay healthy? Just recognise your three enemies - Curry, Hurry and Worry - and tell them to get out of your life. The Association of Physicians of India , state chapter, had this one-line message for people suffering from lifestyle health disorders.


  13. In Focus: Why SNL head writer Rob Klein loves the Wyoming ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Times Leader

    Saturday Night Live head writer Rob Klein, second from left, with The Count from Sesame Street. At left is Kent Sublette, and on the far right is John Solomon, SNL writers.


  14. Story from NorthCountryNow.comRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | North Country Now

    After recently expanding to provide primary care services in Gouverneur and Malone, Canton-based Community Health Center of the North Country is now planning to expand to Ogdensburg. "We have a building in mind and we're in negotiations to close a deal," CHCNC spokesman Ray Babowicz said.


  15. Dr. Oz plans episode to rebut claim of 'quack treatments'Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Click Orlando

    ... or Wednesday. A feature about Oz, published last week, asserted that "his departures from evidence-based medicine have gotten more extreme as he's become more famous." On occasion Oz has stepped back from past statements made on the show. ...


  16. Proton Beam Therapy Group To Raise A 20mRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Sky News

    A company which specialises in an advanced form of cancer treatment is to raise at least A 20m from investors, Sky News learns. A company whose focus on a specialised form of cancer treatment sprang to prominence last year during the case of five year-old Ashya King will disclose on Monday that it is in talks to raise tens of millions of pounds from investors.


  17. Idaho mom to travel to D.C. to fight for cannabis oilRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | KREM-TV Spokane

    After the veto of a bill that would allow the use of cannabis oil to treat seizures, a mom is heading to D.C.. Idaho mom to travel to D.C. to fight for cannabis oil After the veto of a bill that would allow the use of cannabis oil to treat seizures, a mom is heading to D.C..


  18. The Fast Times of Albert Champion, by Peter Joffre NyeRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Podium Cafe

    Title: The Fast Times of Albert Champion - From Record-Setting Racer to Dashing Tycoon, an Untold Story of Speed, Success and Betrayal Author: Peter Joffre Nye Publisher: Prometheus Books Pages: 460 Year: 2014 Order: Prometheus Books What it is: A biography of Albert Champion, spark plug king and one-time winner of the Queen of the Classics Strengths: Nye really does tell the story of Champion and his times, weaving together a story about sport and business that tracks the early years of both the sport of cycling and the automobile industry on two continents Weaknesses: It leaves you wanting to know more about a time when the worlds of cycling and automobiles were intertwined On the eve of his eighteenth birthday Albert Champion, a young Parisian who had started out on one wheel, performing tricks on a unicycle, and graduated to two following reports of Paris-Brest-Paris in 1891, ... (more)


  19. Drop in NCDs casesRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Fiji Times

    THE number of non-communicable diseases in Nabila Village, Nadroga, has decreased by 4 per cent in the past five years. This dramatic drop in the face of the ever increasing cases of NCDs is a positive reminder that the phenomenon currently plaguing the Pacific can be reduced with strategic partnerships and proper management.


  20. Tobacco ban benefits villageRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Fiji Times

    IMPLEMENTING a tobacco-free zone within a village community has seen positive outcomes for Nabila Village in Nadroga, which has been observing the restriction since 1989. Health Minister Jone Usamate said Nabila Village was a good example of people in a community making a commitment to prevent deaths from NCDs.