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Deaths mar high school football season

Five high school football players have died in the past month, equaling the number for all of 2014.


Astros fever sweeping through Houston

Doctors know it's all fun and games but they have a warning for fans about what they call Astros fever.



Is breast-feeding help in hospitals improving?

If Amanda Rodriguez could do it all over again, she would do her homework and select a different hospital for the birth of her first child, one that was much more supportive of nursing.


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Drug that skyrocketed 5,000% hasn't come down in price

Remember the drug used by cancer and AIDS patients that skyrocketed from $13.50 to $750 a pill? Well, the price has yet to come back to earth.


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Whole Foods recalls cheese because of listeria risk

Whole Foods is recalling some of its cheese because of possible listeria contamination.


Fibroid treatment suspected of spreading cancer

The Food and Drug Administration said 1 in 350 women undergoing a hysterectomy or myomectomy for the treatment of fibroids is found to have an unsuspected cancer.


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Study: Smoking will kill 1 in 3 Chinese men

Smoking deaths in China are set to triple to 3 million a year by 2050, according to a new study that examines the devastating toll of rising smoking rates on the country's male population.


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UK Ebola nurse in serious condition

The first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United Kingdom is back in the hospital with a complication from the virus, and doctors say her condition is serious.

Pauline Cafferkey, who was initially discharged from a hospital in January after…


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Teacher wears bodysuit for anatomy lesson

Students weren't sure what to expect when their teacher stood in front of the classroom and started to undress.



Train yourself to breathe like a pro athlete

From an early age, we're taught that breathing is part of our autonomic nervous system, like digesting food, so unless there's a problem, it's not something we need to think about.


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Plastic surgeon should be on cancer team

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