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Endless glasses of crisp, delicious champagne were pouring down my throat and I wasn't even tipsy and I certainly wasn't feeling sick.









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Men who have traveled to Zika-affected zones should use a condom if they want to be absolutely sure they don't infect sex partners, federal healt









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The change in genetic function common to 5 types of cancer might lead to a blood test that could detect cancer earlier.









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Health department workers are spending the week spraying up and down the streets of Brazil's major cities, trying to kill Zika-carrying mosquitoes.









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Roughly 2,900 people who had surgery at Colorado's Swedish Medical Center are being notified that they need to be tested for HIV.









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United and Delta and Europe's Lufthansa and Air France are offering to re-assign certain flight crew concerned about Zika-affected countries.









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Former drug executive Martin Shkreli, who has previously derided Congress on social media, faces members of that legislative body on Thursday morning.









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About 12.7 million Americans signed up for 2016 health insurance coverage through the government insurance exchanges, surpassing expectations.









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The FDA's agreed to reforms its process for approving potentially addictive painkillers.









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A well-meaning warning from the federal government about the risks of drinking and pregnancy has set off a firestorm of outrage.









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Ex-big pharma executive Martin Shkreli testified at a congressional hearing about the recent rise of drug prices and frustrated committee members.









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Tony Burch used FaceTime from South Korea to witness the birth of his quadruplets.









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An Australian man trying to lose weight and curb his food addiction has decided he's going to get "Spud Fit" this year, eating only a potato-based diet.









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Witness after witness at a Senate hearing Wednesday begged the federal government to properly fund the neglected Indian Health Service.









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Women stopped using effective types of contraception and more babies were born on the government's tab after Texas cut Planned Parenthood funding.









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Gov. Scott declared a health emergency in four counties Wednesday after at least nine cases of the Zika virus were detected in Florida.









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Experiments using sperm and egg cells from three different people to make an embryo are all right if they are carefully monitored and regulated.









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"If it's not criminal, I don't know what is," Marc Edwards, who helped uncover the pollution, told the House Oversight Committee.









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The sexual transmission of Zika in Dallas raises even more questions about the virus.









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The sexual transmission of Zika in Dallas raises even more questions about the virus.









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