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Twins Born Into Syrian Refugee Camp: One Lives, One Dies
In the harsh landscape for Syrian refugees, one baby lives, another dies.
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About 7 Million Americans Have New Hips, Knees
More than 2 of every 100 Americans now have an artificial joint, doctors are reporting.
Cohabitation and Divorce Link Debunked
The finding shakes up research from the past 20 years that previously indicated cohabitation increased a couple's chance of divorce.
FDA Approves Headband to Prevent Migraines
The Food and Drug Administration said the device provides a new option for patients who cannot tolerate migraine medications.
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Bioethicist: #SaveJosh? Maybe, but What About the Rest?
The family of 7-year-old Josh Hardy is pleading with the makers of an experimental drug — but his case should inspire bigger change.
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No Last-Minute Health Insurance Pile-On Yet
The latest figures show 4.2 million people have signed up for health insurance on the new exchanges.
Young Girl Suffers From Never-Ending Hunger
Thigh Gap Goof: Target's Photoshop Fail Goes Viral
Target is being called out for some pretty egregious Photoshop shenanigans -- done on a swimsuit model's thigh gap -- on its website.
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Why Adoption Isn't the Answer for Syria's Children
The urge to "rescue" children suffering in Syria is all too human. But experts say international adoption isn't the way to help in a crisis.
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