Health News

Greek Doctors in Violation of EU Law
December 23, 2015

PaulGrecaud/iStock/ThinkStock(NEW YORK) —  Greece is in violation of European Union law by allowing doctors to work long hours without proper rest,…

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Boston Chipotle Restaurant Expected to Reopen Thursday
December 23, 2015

marcnorman/iStock Editorial/ThinkStock(BOSTON) —  The Cleveland Circle Chipotle in Boston, which Boston health officials said was the site of a norovirus outbreak,…

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Our Love of Small Turtles Is Making Us Sick
December 23, 2015

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — It’s no secret that cute baby turtles carry the not-so-cute bacteria Salmonella. But despite federal efforts to ban…

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Twin Births Rate Hits Historic High, Statistics Show
December 23, 2015

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — The rate of twin births is at a historic high across the country, according to researchers at the…

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Your Body: Obese Children and Heart Disease
December 23, 2015

iStock/ThinkstockBy DR. JENNIFER ASHTON, ABC News Senior Medical Contributor Obese children may not only be suffering from being out of shape…

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Hillary Clinton Proposes 10-Year Plan to Find Alzheimer's Cure
December 22, 2015

Steve Pope/Getty Images(FAIRFIELD, Iowa) — Hillary Clinton has announced a decade-long $2 billion annual investment in Alzheimer’s research. Clinton announced her…

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911 Dispatcher Helps Deliver Baby Over the Phone Just 2 Weeks Into Job
December 22, 2015

ABCNews.com(SALT LAKE CITY) — A new 911 dispatcher in Utah faced a surprising test when he had to help birth a…

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Girl Gets Fire Truck Escort to Last Chemotherapy Treatment
December 22, 2015

KGO-TV(SAN FRANCISCO) — A 6-year-old girl got a major sendoff for her last chemotherapy session with a little help from her…

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Hinge Dating App Makes It Easier to Come Up with an Opening Line
December 22, 2015

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — You’re on a dating app, you match, but what do you say to stand out from every other…

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If at First IVF Fails, Keep on Trying, Says Study
December 22, 2015

iStock/Thinkstock(DURHAM, N.C.) — Once infertility treatment fails three or four times, the conventional wisdom has been to stop the treatment. However,…

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