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Coffee And Cancer Research

New research looks at positive developments for coffee drinkers and fighting cancer. ABC 36's Lauren Gawthrop takes a closer look.

Health Benefits Of Juicing

Sometimes it's not easy getting the recommended 5-6 servings of fruits and vegetables we need. So, you may have to get a little resourceful from time to time.
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Putting The Power Of Pilates Into Your Workout

Experts say that workouts for the core, which includes the back, are often neglected.

Looking For Signs Of Dehydration In The Elderly

When the summertime heat is turned up, like it is around the bluegrass this week, some of us are more at risk than others.

U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Health Care Law

Justices upheld the Affordable Health Care Act in a narrow 5 to 4 decision Thursday.

Meds May Help Test Scores For ADHD Children

The sooner children diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder start taking medications, the better their math scores may be.
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Quick, Safe, And Effective Weight Loss Options

Here are some tips from a registered dietitian.

FDA Approves Anti-Obesity Pill

Belviq is the first new prescription drug for long-term weight loss to enter the U.S. market in over a decade.

Breaking Your Baby Of Their Bottle

Getting your baby off the bottle can be difficult. The same can be said when it's time to transition to a cup.
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Dole Announces Bagged Salad Recall

Dole is recalling more than 1,000 cases of bagged salads sold at Kroger and Wal-Mart stores in six states, including Kentucky. There is a possibility of listeria contamination.

Is Social Media Impacting Divorce Rates?

A recent British survey blamed Facebook for nearly a third of all divorces, and while this may or may not be true, more couples are citing what they see on their spouse's profile page as evidence.
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The Rules Of Sunscreens At School

You may not realize that many schools require a doctor's excuse before your child can bring sunscreens to school.

When Bug Bites Are More Than Just An Annoyance

One of the things we hate about summer is bugs and the bites they leave behind. Some of them can even make us sick.
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Many Turn To Surgical Procedures In Weight Loss Quest

For some patients, dropping the excess fat is only half the battle.

Teen Pregnancy Rate Lowest In Decades

The teen pregnancy rate in the United States has hit a historic low. A new report by the National Center for Health Statistics finds the number of teen pregnancies dropping 40 percent between 1990 and 2008.
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Fighting Varicose Veins

A new procedure uses a radio frequency element to help combat varicose veins.

Does Exercise Help Or Hinder Arthritis Sufferers?

Many people think exercising with arthritis will damage your joints even more, but research suggests exercise is an essential tool in managing your arthritis pain.

A Closer Look At Antibiotics And Meat

A new report by the Consumer Reports urges industry and the government to cut back or eliminate the use of antibiotics in the feed of the poultry, beef and pork that people eat.

Alcohol Abuse And Bariatric Surgery

Bariatric surgery is considered to be the most effective and durable treatment for severe obesity, but a new study finds a high prevalence of alcohol abuse among bariatric surgery patients, especially in the second year after surgery.

The Lesser Known Dangers Of Tanning Beds

Many people prepare for the summer sun by hitting a tanning bed, so they can hit the beach with a little color. One reason to avoid them altogether is obviously skin cancer, but there are some lesser known reasons to skip the bed.

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