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(COLUMBUS, Ohio) -- Ohio public health officials are testing two children for the Ebola virus after they developed fevers following a trip to West Africa."We have two cases that we're testing," Jose Rodriguez, director of public affairs and communications for the Columbus Public Health Department, said Sunday. "We're not in a panic situation."Two s...
(NEW YORK) -- A study conducted by researchers in San Diego found a link between hookah smoking an a toxin that has been known to cause cancer.According to the study, published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, urine samples taken from a group of hookah smokers and non-smokers were tested to determine the amount of be...
(NEW YORK) -- You've relied on wool socks and sweaters to stay warm during cold weather months. And now, the natural fiber is making its way from your winter wear into your gym clothes.It might sound strange, but manufacturers are going full steam ahead with the trend."When you think of wool, you think of old scratchy sweaters your grandmother used...
(NEW YORK) -- Heavy drinking does not make you an alcoholic, according to a new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.While one out of three adults drink excessively, Dr. William Brewer with the CDC says 90% of adults aren't booze-dependent because they don't have the chronic medical condition of alcohol dependency.However, he say...
(NEW YORK) -- After Evelyn Lozada gave birth to her son this past March, it took her awhile to feel like herself again. However, the Basketball Wives star has since lost 55 lbs. and learned to love her new, curvier body. "I kept reminding myself that I just had a baby and went through a beautiful experience and this is what matters the most. When ...
(WASHINGTON) -- Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, addressed the National Press Club Friday on thet opic of Ebola and said there is no reason for widespread panic. "Is there a large influx of Ebola people infected with people who are trying to get into the United States?" Dr. Fauci said. "The a...
(NEW YORK) -- Looking for the most flavorful and fastidious dining-out experience? Try to make eye contact with your chef before placing your order.A Harvard research project recently found that cooks who were able to observe their guests dished out markedly better meals than when customers remained anonymous to them.The findings were culled after ...
(NEW YORK) -- The Swiss food and beverage giant Nestlé is working on developing the lazy person's holy grail: an edible product that replaces exercise -- providing at least some of the benefits.But it will be a while before the magical potion gets approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, let alone hits the shelves of your neighborh...
(WASHINGTON) — The prices of some common generic drugs have skyrocketed in recent years, but the reasons remain murky, lawmakers said.The hearing of the Senate subcommittee on primary health and aging on Thursday was called after Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings announced they were investigating why some generic d...
(NEW YORK) — With the ever-expanding roster of boutique fitness studios in cities nationwide, there had to come a time when there would be more classes than people willing to pay the $40-$50 drop in fee to fill them.Yoga, barre classes, spinning and so much more -- with so many classes to try, workout warriors were having a hard time committi...
(BOSTON) — Air pollution can cause a variety of serious health problems, including affecting heart functions.So Harvard doctoral student Jia Zhong says that if you can’t move away, remember these three words: flavonoids, flavonoids, flavonoids.These antioxidants, which can protect against cell damage, are found in chocolate, wine, fruit...
(NEW YORK) -- People whose ages end in 9 tend to be more likely to seek extramarital affairs, run marathons and commit suicide compared with those whose ages ended in other digits, according to a new study.Researchers at New York University's Stern School of Business and University of California's Anderson School of Management conducted six studies...
(NEW YORK) -- It's four months away from the expected arrival of "Baby Dilly" in March. But 19 Kids and Counting stars Derick, 25, and Jill Dillard, 23, are already getting ready to be the best parents they can be. "I am learning a lot about birth," Derick told People magazine earlier this week. "We are doing our homework together, and I keep read...
(LOS ANGELES) -- With her third child on the way, Kourtney Kardashian will certainly have her hands full, but don’t look for the reality star to hire any extra help. “I love doing everything myself at the beginning,” Kardashian, 35, told the December-January issue of Fit Pregnancy. “I’m not getting a baby nurse. I take...
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