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Researchers, working on new strategy to awaken nerves in patients who have been paralyzed for years, hoped their work would lead to progress in treating people with spinal cord injuries. As Robin Stickley reports, even the researchers have been astonished by the results. For more info, please go to
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Ever thought one banana a day was enough? You were wrong. You should be eating fruit all day long, sometimes 30 bananas in a sitting. Freelee the BananaGirl thinks her diet is the best way to feel great. If you try it, we want to know. Source: instagram.com/freeleethebananagirl Facebook.
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Spring is finally here! The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming causing sneezing, sniffling, and hives. What causes us to have allergies? Tara investigates why we have allergies, and discusses some ways that might be able to provide you with some relief. Follow Tara on
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Startling new statistics show more women than men are failing to make critical lifestyle changes following a heart attack.
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As time goes on, more and more research is being done on the effects of your sperm on your children. Join Tara as she discusses a recent study that found mental illness caused by traumatic events can be passed down to your children and grandchildren through sperm! Follow Tara on Twitter: https://tw
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Are you easily made angry whenever you’re very hungry, and then as soon as you eat, you’re fine? Why does this happen? Join Laci as she explains the science of being “Hangry.” Read More: Low glucose relates to greater aggression in married couples http://www.pnas.org/content/
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A woman lost an ear in to a pit bull, but had it re-attached with the help of some friendly leeches. I do not envy her. Share this video: Source: http://youtu.be/zu__FTWyLRI Also check out the surfer that shredded his eye condition with a giant wave: http://youtu.be/HNYbE__O_Qo Channel Link: http:
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CNN’s Drew Griffin investigates 40 veteran deaths resulting from a VA hospital in Phoenix creating a secret waiting list.
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Portland, Oregon is dumping 38 million gallons of water after a teenager peed into an open reservoir. The public is outraged, and the city decided it’s the right decision, but is the water actually still safe to drink? Trace did some digging to figure out if this is really a safety hazard, and
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Doctors have long warned against prolonged use of antibiotics, saying that bacteria can build resistance to drugs, eventually rendering them ineffective. The World Health Organization reported Wednesday that antibiotic-resistant bacteria now exist in many parts of the world. Zlatica Hoke reports th
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Originally published April 1, 2014 The West African state of Guinea is facing an unprecedented ebola outbreak which has already caused the deaths of 78 people since January. “We are facing an epidemic of a magnitude never before seen in terms of the distribution of cases,” Mariano Lugli,
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Fast facts about the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome that has reached the U.S. Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) is viral respiratory illness first reported in Saudi Arabia in 2012. It is caused by a corona virus called MERS-CoV. Most people who have been confirmed to have MERS-CoV infection
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Despite MERS finally making its way to the U.S., health officials say the disease doesn’t pose a serious threat. Follow Zach Toombs: http://twitter.com/ZachToombs See more at http://newsy.com Sources: World Health Organization http://www.who.int/mediacentre/news/releases/2013/world_health_asse
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A recently published Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report says syphilis cases have doubled from 2005-2013. Follow Christian Bryant: http://twitter.com/BryantCP See more at http://newsy.com Sources: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Trepone