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Researchers in Europe think they have figured out how dirt might help protect kids from developing allergies and asthma.









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A former insider at C.R. Bard says that's not her signature on the FDA application for the Recovery blood-clot filter.









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The Obama administration proposed a new rule Thursday that would ban discrimination against transgender people in the health care system.









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Even with all the late nights and cheap food, studies show that the Freshman 15 might be more fiction than fact.









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Researchers have found more evidence that Agent Orange causes cancer in Vietnam-era veterans who worked with it.









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At least 27 patient deaths have been associated with the Recovery blood-clot filter over the course of a decade, an NBC News investigation found.









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Surgeons sew man's badly burned hand into his belly to help grow a new blood supply. KPRC's Haley Hernandez reports on this rare, but not uncommon surgery.









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Liberia's free of Ebola again after going 42 days without a case, but health officials are wary, because the virus has returned before.









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Men who took a once-a-day pill to prevent HIV infection were completely protected for months and sometimes for years, a big health insurer said.









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More and more men with breast cancer are opting to get the unaffected breast removed, despite evidence that the surgery doesn't help women with the di









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An experimental type of cancer treatment has worked for years in some patients, providing a complete remission in four of them.









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Legionnaire's disease is being reported across the country, but it's nothing unusual yet,the CDC says.









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Americans value being young at heart, but most have hearts that are years older than their actual age, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says.









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Americans value being young at heart, but most have hearts that are years older than their actual age, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says.









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Max Page, 10, was born with a congenital heart condition and underwent the 30-minute procedure Tuesday. He played Vader in a hit 2011 Super Bowl ad.









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One teaspoon delivers as much caffeine as 28 cups of coffee.









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"I am well aware of the pressure that has led [women] to this decision," the pontiff wrote. "I know that it is an existential and moral ordeal."









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New research says people's weight in middle age may influence not just whether they go on to develop Alzheimer's disease, but when.









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People who regularly sleep six hours or less each night are four times more likely to get a cold than people who sleep an hour longer, a study finds.









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College kids smoked marijuana more regularly in 2014 than cigarettes, a survey published Tuesday by researchers at the University of Michigan found.









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