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Hard-to-kill anthrax spores may explain why the Department of Defense accidentally sent out "live" samples of the bacteria, experts say.







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Cosmetic facial fillers, which can plump thin lips or erase wrinkles, can go badly and tragically wrong, the FDA warned Thursday.







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It took seven years for the government to identify the culprit of the 2001 anthrax attacks.







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Male motorists are twice as likely to be killed behind the wheel as women, according to new data.







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At least 26 people are taking antibiotics after they handled live anthrax bacteria accidentally sent to labs in nine states and South Korea.







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A surprising number of people who get tattooed say they develop severe itching and swelling lasting for months or even years, a new survey suggests.







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If it feels like the room is spinning, you may have vertigo.







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A new project from the Allen Institute for Brain Science could help understand deadly glioblastoma tumors. KING's Jean Enersen reports.







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Newer birth control pills raise the risk of a blood clot more than older formulations, researchers report - but the risk is still very low.







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Officials say they are investigating the accidental shipment of live anthrax bacteria to labs in nine states.







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Early treatment is better for treating HIV than waiting, a new study confirms.







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Artificial trans fats are inexpensive to produce and last a long time, but they're also bad for your health.







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Lack of experience behind the wheel combined with distracted driving makes a dangerous concoction for teen drivers.







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Americans have become even fatter than before, a new survey finds, with nearly 28 percent saying they are clinically obese.







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It's bad enough that weightlessness can cause muscle loss and weaker bones. But now researchers say it may cause skin and hair problems as well.







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Mathew Ajibade's family said he died after being Tasered and restrained in an isolation cell in the midst of a bipolar episode.







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Can waiting for a few minutes to cut or clamp the umbilical cord help children's brains? It just might, a new study shows.







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Having a drink or two a day might be good for the heart when you're young, but even just a couple of drinks a day may damage an elderly heart.







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Scientists should hold off on experiments that could permanently alter people's DNA and pass the changes to future generations, the White House says.







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A New Jersey man died Monday evening after been diagnosed with Lassa fever — an infectious disease from West Africa that is rarely seen in the United States, a federal health official said.







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