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(NEW YORK) -- A new study by a team of researchers from Stanford University sheds light on chronic fatigue syndrome, an ailment estimated to affect over 836,000 Americans that has no known cure or cause, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.Chronic fatigue syndrome (sometimes referred to in medical literature by the acro...
(NEW YORK) -- Let’s face it: the lunchtime salad routine can get old. But if you’re trying to eat healthily, what are your other options?Enter the bowl trend -- ideally filled with dark, leafy greens, grains, protein, and vegetables, these bowls can be loaded with fiber, vitamins, and minerals, according to Maya Feller, a New York City-...
(WASHINGTON) -- Senate Republicans responded to the legislative advice given by the White House over the weekend with the particular brand of disdain reserved for people who try to tell senators what to do.Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, made it clear that his colleagues would not be heeding the words of Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mul...
(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) -- Nashville Mayor Megan Barry said Sunday that her only child, 22-year-old Max Barry, has died of an apparent drug overdose.A statement released by the mayor and her husband, Bruce Barry, said their son died in Denver on Saturday night."Early this morning, we received news that no parents should ever have to hear. Our son Ma...
(SAN ANTONIO) -- After a 4-month-old Texas boy was diagnosed with plagiocephaly -- also known as flat head syndrome -- his family decided he won’t have to feel all alone with his condition.Jonas Gutierrez has a severe case of plagiocephaly, his father, Gary Gutierrez, told ABC News."He had an oversized head in the womb," he said. "And he slee...
(POWAY, Calif.) -- A California boy decided to raise funds to buy a brand new, customized wheelchair for his best friend, whose current wheelchair had become ill-fitting -- and his good will gesture has already exceeded expectations.Paul Burnett and Kamden Houshan met in kindergarten. The two 8-year-old boys, who are headed for third grade in the f...
(NEW YORK) -- The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is proposing to limit nicotine levels in tobacco products.The agency announced Friday that this move aims to cut rates of addiction in the U.S., especially among younger people. "The overwhelming amount of death and disease attributable to tobacco is caused by addiction to cigarettes -- the ...
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