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Nine Foods to 'Spring Clean' Your Diet
You can get rid of toxins and purify your body simply by adding these foods into your everyday eating plan.
Looking Back at America's Struggle Against AIDS
April 23 marks the 30th anniversary of the announcement that the cause of AIDS had been discovered.
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Mysterious Spike: More Babies Born With Rare Defect
Seven cases of anencephaly, a rare and fatal birth defect, were detected in a rural region of Washington state in 2013, continuing a worrisome rise.
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Smoke Signals: FDA to Rule on E-Cigarettes
The FDA is expected to issue its first regulations governing electronic cigarettes. But what they will regulate is up in the air.
Most Americans Support Birth Control Mandate
Most Americans -- 69 percent -- support the requirement that health insurance plans pay for birth control, a new survey shows.
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What's Wrong With Wyatt? Baby Baffles Doctors
A 9-month-old baby is baffling doctors with his rare diagnosis -- a condition that prevents him from opening his mouth.
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Jedi Mind Trick? How to Feel Full Without Eating
Research says there are ways to fool your stomach into feeling full. Jeff Rossen demonstrates surprising results with a social experiment at a staged buffet dinner.
Car Wash Offers Employment to Autistic Young Adults
The Rising Tide Car Wash is not only helping those with autism spectrum disorders earn a paycheck, it's also providing community.
Too Good to Be True? Powdered 'Cocktails' Fizzle
A new powdered alcoholic drink called Palcohol had a quick debut and an even quicker demise.
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