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6 hours ago Republican Senators to Get Their Health Care Bill This Week
Republican senators will learn the contents of the health care bill by Thursday as leadership continues to press for a vote before July 4.
6 hours ago Vaccines Can be Blamed With No Proof, Court Says
EU Court Says Vaccines can be Blamed for Illnesses Without Proof
6 hours ago FDA Head Plans Easier Road for Generic Drugs
FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb says he wants the agency to find new ways to encourage development of cheaper generic drugs.
6 hours ago Why Going Solo Can Make a Marriage Better
Going solo builds trust and makes for more interesting conversations at home.
6 hours ago How Caterpillars Could Help Fight Killer Flu
FluBlok, a flu vaccine grown in caterpillar cells and purified using DNA alone, works as well and maybe better than egg-grown flu vaccines, a study found.
6 hours ago Life Lessons From a Model Turned Businesswoman
How Katie Willcox is challenging the media's one-dimensional portrayal of beauty and health.
6 hours ago Teens Are Waiting Longer to Have Sex, CDC Report Finds
Rates of teen sex have declined after being stable between 2002-2010, CDC study finds
6 hours ago New Senate Health Bill Could Hit the Middle Class Hard
Obamacare was attacked for spiking insurance premiums. But they could go up even more under the new proposal.
6 hours ago Why Clutter Is Killing Your Focus
How to lose the stuff that's messing with your mental clarity and hurting your health.
6 hours ago Senate Health Care Bill Includes Deep Medicaid Cuts
Senate Republicans unveil a draft of health care legislation that will include big reductions to Medicaid, tax cuts and elimination of the insurance mandate.
6 hours ago Women Skipping Doctor Visits To Lose Weight First
Nearly half of U.S. women don't realize heart disease is their top health risk, and many admit to skipping clinic visits because they want to lose weight first.
6 hours ago Key Senate Conservatives Won't Support GOP Health Care Bill Yet
Four key Republican senators announced they will not vote for the GOP health care bill unless changes are made, putting passage of the bill at risk.
6 hours ago The Surprising Perks of Being an Older Parent
A new study says older dads raise 'geekier' kids, plus five other perks of being an older parent.
6 hours ago These Three Things May Be Best Hope for Delaying Memory Loss
Few things are really proven to delay memory loss. Here are the best bets.
6 hours ago Dietitian-Approved Frozen Treats Under 200 Calories
Because eyeballing a ½-cup scoop in a pint of ice cream is a serious exercise in willpower.
6 hours ago Building Molds Send Toxins Right Into Air
Sick Building Syndrome: Fungi Can Squirt Toxins Directly Into Air, Study Finds
6 hours ago Fifth GOP Senator Comes Out Against Health Care Bill
Mitch McConnell intends to put his health care bill up for a full Senate vote next week but now five Republicans have come out against it in the current form.
6 hours ago Anthem to Pay Record $115M to Settle Lawsuits Over Hack
Anthem Inc. has agreed to settle litigation over hacking that compromised 79 million people's information for $115 million. It did not admit wrongdoing.
6 hours ago Why Medical Groups Hate the GOP Health Care Plans
Mainstream medical groups, from oncologists to pediatricians, are united in their opposition to the Republican health care plan.
12 hours ago Heller Becomes the Fifth GOP Senator to Oppose Health Care Bill
Mitch McConnell intends to put his health care bill up for a full Senate vote next week but now five Republicans have come out against it in the current form.
15 hours ago Medical Groups Hate the GOP Health Care Plans
Mainstream medical groups, from oncologists to pediatricians, are united in their opposition to the Republican health care plan.
Yesterday What Happens to People on Obamacare if a New Health Care Bill Passes?
Lawmakers are debating the future of health care.
Yesterday Nearly 1,300 Kids Killed by Guns Each Year
Nearly 90 percent of child gun deaths in developed countries are in the U.S.
Yesterday What Killed Otto Warmbier?
It could have been pneumonia, a pulmonary embolism, or even a urinary infection, neurologists said.
Yesterday Otto Warmbier Dies After Return From North Korea
Otto Warmbier, the 22-year-old student who was returned from North Korea last week in an unconscious state, died Monday, his family said.
Yesterday Is Your Competitive Streak Hurting Your Relationships?
A little friendly competition can boost your health, creativity and relationships — if you do it the right way.
Yesterday 3 Stages of Heat Stroke You Need to Know
Summer's here and so is the heat, with record-breaking temperatures in the Southwest. Here's how to stay safe.
Yesterday New Maps Show Zika Mosquitoes Are Common
States especially affected include California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Florida and other Gulf states, and the mid-Atlantic states.
Yesterday Opioid Crisis a 'Larger Problem' for Women, Report Says
Focus on women as opioid-related hospital stays, ER visits surge
Yesterday One Surprising Reason Women Skip the Doctor
Nearly half of U.S. women don't realize heart disease is their top health risk, and many admit to skipping clinic visits because they want to lose weight first.