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College Advantage: Educated Brains May Recover Better
A college education may make brains more resilient after a traumatic brain injury, a new study suggests.
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Dirty Money: Why Your Cash Is a Hotbed for Germs
A new study finds cash is covered in hundreds of different types of bacteria, including pneumonia. KFYR's Sarabeth Ackerman reports.
Yuck! Average Guy Keeps Underwear for 7 years
Researchers report the average man keeps a pair of underwear for 7 years, and that 22 percent of the men admit to not changing their underpants every day. KPNX's Kevin Kennedy reports.
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Dishing Up Disease: Should Food Workers Get Vaccines?
A spate of restaurant warnings about hepatitis A spread by food handlers is renewing the question: Should they be vaccinated?
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Visionary: Michigan Man Gets 'Bionic Eye'
Roger Pontz was almost completely blind before receiving a high-tech procedure that involved the surgical implantation of a "bionic eye."
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.
Rallies to Research: Thirty Years of the AIDS Fight
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.
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