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'Superspreaders' Transmit 80 Percent of Disease
Have you ever heard the term Typhoid Mary? Mary was a 19th century cook who infected dozens of people with typhoid fever without ever becoming ill. According to scientists, about 20 percent of the population, like Mary, spread diseases easily sometimes without become ill...... [Full Story]
If you've ever lost weight and wondered how those excess pounds left your [Full Story]
How Exercise Changes Our DNA
If you exercise regularly hoping to improve your health, you may wonder [Full Story]
U.S.health regulators on Tuesday approved a device developed by Cerus to [Full Story]
Going into the blocked artery of someone who is having a stroke to remove [Full Story]
New rules proposed in Britain would make it the first country to allow [Full Story]
A screening test has identified more than 50 drugs that could be helpful [Full Story]
British scientists have developed a new use for 3D printing, putting it [Full Story]
More Teens Smoke E-Cigs Than Regular Cigarettes: Survey
Electronic cigarettes have surpassed traditional smoking in popularity among teens, the government's annual drug use survey finds. [Full Story]
Yoga Protects Against Heart Disease: Study
Yoga, a discipline involving physical and mental exercises, improves the risk factors associated with cardiovascular disease, and may provide the same risk reduction seen in traditional physical activities such as biking or brisk walking. [Full Story]
American Doctor Cured of Ebola, Returning to Liberia
A Massachusetts doctor cured of Ebola said Tuesday that he's returning to Liberia, the West African country where he contracted the virus, in January to resume working at a medical mission. [Full Story]
Low-Glycemic Diet Doesn't Help Non-Diabetics: Harvard Study
Many people follow a low glycemic diet in the hopes of preventing heart disease and diabetes, but a new study shows that it might not help non-diabetics. [Full Story]
100-Year-Old Doctor's Secrets to Longevity
One of the first doctors to practice open heart surgery in the United States continues to offer lessons for health and longevity, at age 100. [Full Story]
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