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An entire class of diabetes drugs can cause severe and disabling joint pain, the Food and Drug Administration cautioned patients on Friday.The drugs,









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Meals served at public schools are getting better for kids' health, federal officials said Thursday.









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Seattle Children's Hospital Bellevue Clinic says thousands of young patients may have been put at risk of Hepatitis and HIV infections due to a failure to follow proper cleaning procedures. KING's Jesse Knutson reports.









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Scientific studies involving psychology are really hard to replicate.









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Almost all U.S. kids get at least one vaccine by the time they start school, federal officials reported Thursday. But while a lot of media coverage ha









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British scientists say they've got a promising new blood test that might warn breast cancer patients that they're about to have a relapse.It's the lat









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The FDA scolded makers of three brands of cigarettes for labels saying they are "natural" or "additive-free".









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The stomach cancer that killed 9/11 survivor Marcy Borders is one of dozens covered by a federal fund for survivors of the attack and disaster that followed.









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Marijuana doesn't appear to shrink important regions of the brains of users, but a study published Wednesday shows something possibly more subtle and









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Technology helps mothers who can't be in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit bond with premature babies. KUSA's Steve Staeger reports.









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The first child to ever get a double hand transplant went home from the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Wednesday, hands bandaged but working.









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Dr. Sean Orr, the subject of an NBC News investigation, says he wants to focus on his family and his legal problems.









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More than 2 million pounds of Oscar Mayer turkey bacon has been recalled after people reported becoming unwell after eating certain items.









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The study may dispel the belief that taking omega-3 supplements can protect the brain from cognitive decline and dementia.









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Doctors should think about the possibility of plague when they see patients with flu-like symptoms this summer, the CDC advises.









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Parents and other people who come to visit babies in the newborn intensive care unit are sometimes carrying a potentially deadly germ on their clothin









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A year ago, the Internet was inundated with what may have been the online equivalent of the largest chain letter ever — the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.









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Imagine getting your flu vaccine as a pill, in the mail. Or getting just one shot that would protect against all of the different flu strains.









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The next few days are crucial for hundreds of thousands of customers at risk of losing financial aid when they renew coverage for 2016.









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With second cancers on the rise, doctors and patients are forced to come up with new ways to handle that second, third or fourth diagnosis.









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