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    • 30 APR 18
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    5 habits that could help you live 10 years longer

    Americans could add years to their lives with just a handful of healthy habits, a large, new study suggests. Right now, the typical 50-year-old American can expect to live another 30 to 33 years, according to government statistics. But based on the new study, those who maintain five lifestyle habits could add roughly a decade

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    • 30 APR 18
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    HIV epidemic and stigma are still major factors for one region

    JACKSON, Miss. — HIV rates are declining in the United States due to prevention efforts and awareness. However, in the Deep South, the epidemic continues to ravage African-American communities. The stigma of HIV has many suffering in silence. Jackson, Mississippi, is a city seeing some of the highest rates of new cases. Can gene therapy

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    • 29 APR 18
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    HIV still an epidemic among African American communities in South

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    • 28 APR 18
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    Teens enter rehab for social media addiction

    MALIBU, Calif. — Seventeen-year-old David Mayer from Ohio says he felt constant pressure from his parents to be perfect. Overwhelmed, he started using drugs. “I was struggling with severe depression and anxiety,” Mayer told CBS News correspondent Mireya Villarreal. He also got lost online for up to four hours a day. “I felt like for

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    • 27 APR 18
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    E. coli outbreak tied to romaine lettuce is largest since 2006

    NEW YORK — The current E. coli outbreak tied to romaine lettuce is the worst multi-state outbreak in more than a decade, according to health officials. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Friday that the food poisoning outbreak has spread to three more states. Health officials said they now have reports of 98 cases

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    • 26 APR 18
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    Woman dies of rare illness spread by rodents

    A 27-year-old woman has died from a rodent-borne disease about three months after she first started showing symptoms. In early February, Kiley Lane of Aztec, New Mexico, tested positive for Hantavirus, a very rare and serious illness passed to humans through contact with the urine or droppings of infected rodents. “A month ago she was

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    • 26 APR 18
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    Terminally ill toddler’s parents want to bring him home

    LONDON — The father of terminally ill toddler Alfie Evans said Thursday that he plans to meet doctors to discuss taking his son home from a British hospital. The 23-month-old boy has an incurable degenerative neurological condition, and doctors say he should be allowed to die. His parents want to take him to a hospital

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