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Another Concern At The Ocean: Dirty Beach SandA new study out of the University of Hawaii found more E. coli bacteria in beach sand than in the ocean water.
Eli Lilly's New Drug Could Lead To Alzheimer's CureEli Lilly is debuting solanezumab, its new drug designed to cure Alzheimer's. But will the drug fare better than past trials have foreshadowed?
NIH Body Weight Planner Cuts Through Calorie ConfusionThe National Institutes of Health has made public its Body Weight Planner, which helps you calculate caloric intake for weight loss.
Living In Poverty Might Physically Alter Children's BrainsLiving below the poverty line reduces brain volume in areas associated with learning, according to a new joint study from three universities.
Teen's 12-Year HIV Remission Latest 'Functional Cure' CaseA French teen's HIV has been untreated and under control for 12 years, the latest in a series of similar promising cases.
Over Here! How We Direct Our Attention Might Be UniqueThe neural networks that allow humans to focus and shift attention could be unlike those of any other animal.
Can Psychology Reason Its Way Out Of A Replication Crisis?Some studies in the field of psychology have trouble replicating the same results, but is that problem really as bad as it seems?
Michigan Woman With Hair Condition Has An Inspiring MessageFor most of her life, Jo McAllister has lived with alopecia, a condition that caused her to lose all of her hair.
Study Finds Most Women Don't 'Regret' Getting An AbortionA study from the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine says after three years, most women didn't regret having an abortion.
Does Planned Parenthood Vid Describe 'Donations' Or 'Sales'?The video showing a Planned Parenthood executive discussing body parts from fetuses raises legal and ethical concerns over acquiring fetal tissue.
Study Says Your Nose's Imagination Could Affect Your WeightA new study suggests a higher obesity risk can be linked to a vivid imagination of the way foods smell.
Researchers Want Closer Look At Schizophrenia-Smoking LinkResearchers think more should be done to explore the direction of causality between smoking and schizophrenia.
Dog With Unique Allergy Adopted By Vet Who Treated ItA dog that has an allergy to humans has found a permanent home.
Medicare Update Focuses On End-Of-Life DiscussionsA proposed Medicare plan would pay doctors to talk to their patients about the end of their life.
There's A Chance The Doctor You're Seeing Is Sick, TooA recent study found that over 80 percent of doctors surveyed said they worked while sick, despite knowing the risk of spreading their illnesses.
Ohio Woman Once Scared To Leave Her Home Wins Beauty PageantJenifer Quinn-Wilson developed agoraphobia after an incident when she was 18 years old. It looks like she's more than overcome that fear.
Joey Chestnut Meats His Match, Loses Hot Dog Eating ContestJoey Chestnut was defeated by Matt Stonie in a stunning hot dog eating upset, as Americans gathered on Coney Island to celebrate Independence Day.
Cuba Is The First Nation Certified For Eradicating HIVOther countries want the same good press that Cuba is getting from the World Health Organization.
Family Uses Billboard To Find New Kidney For Their DadThe DeSmith family is using a billboard in Indianapolis to find a person willing to donate a kidney to their father.
Google Has A Cool New Wearable, But It's Not For ConsumersGoogle X is ready to test out its new wearable, but it won't be hitting the consumer market any time soon; and that's not necessarily a bad thing.