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Most Supplements Don't Work, But Americans Still Love Them

Although there isn't a lot of evidence that supplements are effective, Americans still love them. »

Low Blood Sugar Tied to "Hangry" Fights With Spouses

Could low blood sugar make you so "hangry" you'd be more prone to abusing your spouse? That's what a new study tried to find out. »

Sebelius: Health Care Launch "Terribly Flawed"

Outgoing Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said the administration's own predictions that the new health care law's online sign-up system would be ready by Oct. 1 were "just flat out wrong."... »

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Study: Tamiflu Not Effective Flu Fighter

A drug widely though to treat and prevent the spread of flu may not be as effective as the government thought when it spent so much money to stockpile the drug. »

Ebola Outbreak in West Africa Kills at Least 100

Over 100 people have died from the latest Ebola outbreak in West Africa. »

Elderly Woman to Regain Vision With Eye Implant

An 82-year-old woman is making history as the first patient in Philadelphia to receive a vision-improving implantable device in her eye. »

Fussy Kids Watching More Television, Study Finds

Parents of fussy kids may be creating a generation of television binge-watchers by using screen time to soothe their children, a new study suggests. »

Temple Hospital Banking on Cord Blood to Save Lives

The parents of a young boy are launching a foundation in partnership with Temple University Hospital to start Philadelphia's first public cord blood donation program. »

California Woman Helping to Change the Stigma of Lung Cancer

Lung cancer is not jut a smoker's disease. NBC Bay Area's Stephanie Chuang profiles a Menlo Park woman who is changing the face of lung cancer. »

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