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    • 09 JUN 13
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    Mother pleads for child’s lung transplant

    (CBS News) In Philadelphia, two terminally-ill children have until this Friday to receive the lung transplants that could save their lives. That’s when a judge’s order is set to expire, and their chances of receiving donor organs could be dramatically reduced. Millie Martinez’s son Javier is one of 70 children nationwide waiting for a lung

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    • 09 JUN 13
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    Video: 5/9: Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro in court; Twin principals take on tough Oakland school

    May 9, 2013 5:32 PM Ariel Castro faces four charges of kidnapping and three of rape in the brutal confinement of young women in his first court appearance; and a middle school in Oakland, Calif. hired identical twins to be co-principals. The dual approach has helped improve behavior problems at the school. Source Article from

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    • 08 JUN 13
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    Video: Digital doctors: Medical professionals ditch pen and paper

    May 9, 2013 10:54 AM New health care laws are urging doctors to keep only digital records, yet only 40 percent of physicians in the U.S. have converted their paper files. Alison Harmelin reports. Source Article from http://feeds.cbsnews.com/~r/CBSNewsHealth/~3/mpy5RzoqtFM/

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    • 08 JUN 13
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    A "fountain of youth" for hearts?

    (CBS News) There is no greater threat to this country than heart disease. It is the leading cause of death, killing 600,000 Americans a year. But Doctors Rich Lee and Amy Wagers may have discovered a new way of treating old, sick hearts make them young again. “The heart experiences a decline in function as

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    • 08 JUN 13
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    International health officials mull sending bird flu team to China

    BEIJINGThe World Health Organization is talking with the Chinese government about sending international experts to China to help investigate a new bird flu strain that has sickened at least 24 people, killing seven of them. A 64-year-old retired man in Shanghai became the latest victim of the H7N9 bird flu virus that had previously not

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    • 08 JUN 13
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    Lawsuit: Baby food should have lead warning labels

    SAN FRANCISCOA trial began on Monday in a lawsuit filed by an environmental group against the nation’s largest baby food makers aimed at forcing the companies to alert consumers that some products contains low amounts of lead. The trial will help determine if the products must carry warning labels in California. Gerber Products Co., Del

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    • 08 JUN 13
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    Mother pleads for child’s lung transplant

    (CBS News) In Philadelphia, two terminally-ill children have until this Friday to receive the lung transplants that could save their lives. That’s when a judge’s order is set to expire, and their chances of receiving donor organs could be dramatically reduced. Millie Martinez’s son Javier is one of 70 children nationwide waiting for a lung

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    • 08 JUN 13
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    Mother pleads for child’s lung transplant

    (CBS News) In Philadelphia, two terminally-ill children have until this Friday to receive the lung transplants that could save their lives. That’s when a judge’s order is set to expire, and their chances of receiving donor organs could be dramatically reduced. Millie Martinez’s son Javier is one of 70 children nationwide waiting for a lung

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    • 08 JUN 13
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    Beliviq: First FDA-approved weight-loss drug in years "not a miracle cure," expert says

    (CBS News) A new long-term weight-loss drug will finally be available for patient use next week, nearly a year after receiving FDA approval. Belviq is the first new drug approved for weight loss in over a decade. One of the key differences between Belviq and other weight-loss drugs or management aids is that it actually

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    • 08 JUN 13
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    Video: First FDA approved weight loss drug in 10 years on the market

    June 8, 2013 6:03 AM A new long term weight loss drug will finally be available for patient use next week; Dr. Holly Phillips joins in studio 57 to talk about Belviq, the first new FDA approved weigh loss drug in over a decade. Source Article from http://feeds.cbsnews.com/~r/CBSNewsHealth/~3/FuCstQfnAzY/

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    • 08 JUN 13
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    Groom’s guide to weddings: How to propose

    Marriage is constantly evolving. What hasn’t necessarily evolved, however, are many wedding traditions, especially when it comes to what’s expected of grooms. “There’s something to be said for tradition,” Jeff Wilser, author of “The Maxims of Manhood,” said to CBSNews.com. “Mock all you want, but traditions are, to some extent, a token of respect and

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    • 08 JUN 13
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    Groom’s guide to weddings: How to propose

    Marriage is constantly evolving. What hasn’t necessarily evolved, however, are many wedding traditions, especially when it comes to what’s expected of grooms. “There’s something to be said for tradition,” Jeff Wilser, author of “The Maxims of Manhood,” said to CBSNews.com. “Mock all you want, but traditions are, to some extent, a token of respect and

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    • 08 JUN 13
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    Groom’s guide to weddings: How to propose

    Marriage is constantly evolving. What hasn’t necessarily evolved, however, are many wedding traditions, especially when it comes to what’s expected of grooms. “There’s something to be said for tradition,” Jeff Wilser, author of “The Maxims of Manhood,” said to CBSNews.com. “Mock all you want, but traditions are, to some extent, a token of respect and

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    • 08 JUN 13
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    Groom’s guide to weddings: How to propose

    Marriage is constantly evolving. What hasn’t necessarily evolved, however, are many wedding traditions, especially when it comes to what’s expected of grooms. “There’s something to be said for tradition,” Jeff Wilser, author of “The Maxims of Manhood,” said to CBSNews.com. “Mock all you want, but traditions are, to some extent, a token of respect and

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