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Take a look around. Half the women in your office are probably shivering. It's all men's fault, Dutch researchers say.









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It's a treatment that can raise the dismal survival rate from ovarian cancer by 10 percentage points, but most women who should be getting it aren't.









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Politicians on the right and the left say the fight over funding Planned Parenthood isn't over.









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There were not enough votes in the Senate Monday to advance a bill that would take away more than $500 million in funding from the organization.









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The number of people sickened in at outbreak of Legionnaires' disease in New York City has risen to 81, and seven of them have died.









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The FDA has approved the first prescription drug made through 3-D printing: a dissolvable tablet that treats seizures.









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An influential U.S. health panel said Monday it needs more evidence to support universal screening for autism in young children who show no symptoms.









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That untouched plate and look of disgust on your child's face at mealtime might be a sign of much bigger issues.









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Jeffrey Joel Abrams, 68, pleaded guilty to 12 counts and could could face probation to more than 25 years in prison when he is sentenced in September.









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Thirteen-year old Megan remembers when all she could think about was washing her hands.









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The number of cases of the disease is on the rise in the United States, and researchers say the increase could be partly a result of climate change.









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An experimental vaccine tested on thousands of people in Guinea exposed to Ebola seems to work, according to early study results.









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CVS deliberately overcharged some pharmacy customers for generic drugs by submitting claims to their insurance companies at inflated prices, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday in federal court.









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Experts say it takes a while to get children accustomed to the school sleep routine, so now is the time to start. NBC's Erika Edwards reports.









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Thirty-one cases have been reported in south Bronx neighborhoods since July 10, the Health Department said. Two of the people died.









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Here are some tips to keep your cool and stay safe in the broiling temperatures and stifling humidity affecting millions of Americans this week.









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Zion Harvey, 8, lost his hands to a bacterial infection when he was a toddler.









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Twelve people remain hospitalized in South Korea for MERS although only one is still testing positive for the MERS virus, the Health Ministry says.









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About 40 percent of teen users of e-cigarettes have never used tobacco, a new report finds. And 91 percent report getting positive feedback about them.









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New injected drugs show promise in helping lower cholesterol in patients when statins aren't an option. NBC's Erika Edwards reports.









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