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Obamacare has helped nearly 10 million people to get new health insurance, according to the largest poll yet to assess the Affordable Care Act.
Seafood Chain Still Uses 'Lots' of Trans Fats
Joe’s Crab Shack advertises that it uses "zero trans fat oil,” but a health advocacy group said Wednesday the seafood chain still uses the artery-clogging fats in alarming amounts.
Separated After Birth: Conjoined Twins Get Split Up
In a major milestone, formerly conjoined twins are finally starting the journey home with their parents, Jenni and Dave Ezell.
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Most Supplements Don't Work, But Americans Still Love Them
Many supplements don't do anything beneficial, but Americans still love their St. John's wort.
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Head Trip: Smoking Marijuana Reshapes Your Brain
Two neural regions key to emotions and motivation become misshapen or abnormally large after repeated pot smoking, scientists reported Tuesday.
Could DNA Tests One Day Replace Pap Smears?
A DNA test that could replace the Pap smear is getting pushback from patient groups.
11 Things Never to Say to Parents of Autistic Kids
Words often unintentionally hurt or upset family members who are affected by autism.
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Ohio Outbreak: More Than 200 Mumps Cases Reported
An outbreak of mumps in central Ohio has grown to more than 200 confirmed cases, health officials say.
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Boston Amputee: 'You Feel Like the Freak in the Room'
Roseann Sdoia, 46, lost most of her right leg in the Boston Marathon bombings and says the recovery isn't complete just because it's been a year.
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