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Millennials may be given a lot of grief for taking selfies all of the time, but this new study shows that youth violence is...

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Drowsiness already costs the economy millions of dollars – and lives. Hopefully, this urine test could prevent thousands of fatigue-related accidents.

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Scientists in South Africa are to kick off the nation's largest and most advanced human trial for an HIV vaccine, with results expected in 2020. With...

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The roughage found in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains does far more than aid digestive health; it contributes to good health as we age.

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For millions of people whose vision is clouded by cataracts, surgery has been the only option. Soon, they may be able to treat–and even...

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Daily fruit consumption cuts the risk of cardiovascular disease by up to 40%, according to Oxford researchers. The findings from the seven year follow-up...

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Four college students want to use their talents in chemistry and applied sciences to help protect women against rape. The young men from North Carolina...

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The Mattie C. Stewart Foundation was named after an Alabama man's mother, who was shot by his father in front of his eyes when...
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The Sacramento Food Bank used to hand out bags of processed foods, carbohydrate-laden government commodities and day-old breads and sweets. One day five years...
Stressed-out in NYC

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A life saving project aiming to reduce the number of people who die by suicide across the UK is one of two initiatives to...
Rashida and Quincy Jones-Stand Up to Cancer poster

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In honor of Father’s Day, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s newest inductee, Quincy Jones, is lending his talent and support to the...
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In many child drownings, adults are nearby but have no idea the victim is dying. There is very little splashing, no waving, and no...
cat sniffs-out cancer - video snapshot

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Esther Kacev's cat Buddy, would not stop sniffing and trying to grab under her arm. After rescuing the stray cat several years ago, it...
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A careful test of the so-called Mediterranean diet involving more than 7,000 people at high risk for heart attacks and strokes found the diet...
pills of aspirin - Wikipedia

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Many doctors recommend that patients take a daily dose of aspirin to reduce their risk of heart attack or stroke. Now new research reported...
Science award winner-Jack Andraka wins Intel 2012 Science Fair

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A new breakthrough that provides early detection for the most lethal form of cancer was created by a 15-year-old Maryland teen, after his mom...
Science award winner-Jack Andraka wins Intel 2012 Science Fair

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A new breakthrough that provides early detection for the most lethal form of cancer was created by a 15-year-old Maryland teen, after his mom...
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Brain research expert Dr. Pat McGeer eats ginger every day, one of his personal strategies for warding off Alzheimer’s disease. Along with ginger, try blackberries,...
Cancer blood test

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Screening for colon cancer has increased in 49 of the 50 United States and, as a result, deaths are down, with 32,000 fewer people...
photo of breastfeeding by Kahle, from Morguefile

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Babies who are breastfed - especially those only fed breast milk, and not formula as well - are less likely to die of sudden...