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TOO MUCH BACTERIA: 34 NJ Beaches Under Advisories, Some ClosedMore than 30 New Jersey beaches are on notice from the state Department of Environmental Protection after the tested water quality samples exceeded the recreational standard.
Netflix Movie On Anorexia Is Raising Concerns In Healthcare CommunityTo The Bone is a movie that focuses on a 20-year old woman who suffers from anorexia.
Study: CTE Found In 99 Percent Of Donated Brains From Deceased NFL PlayersThe disease was identified in 110 out of 111 former NFL players.
Researchers Say Form Of Diabetes Could Be Linked To MenopauseThis is not the first time we've seen the impact of menopause because studies in the past have shown there has been a relationship.
Researchers: Popular Diet May Help With Multiple SclerosisAn experimental new treatment may be able to help patients with multiple sclerosis.
Girl Born With HIV Virtually Virus-Free After Stopping AIDS Drugs Over 8 Years AgoHer case was revealed Monday at an AIDS conference in Paris, where researchers also gave encouraging results from tests of shots every month or two instead of daily pills to treat HIV.
Study Finds Gaining Even Small Amounts Of Weight Raises Health RisksWe are also beginning to learn that many other health conditions could be made worse by obesity.
Study: Driving Too Much Reduces IntelligenceSpending a lot of time behind the wheel could reduce your intelligence, according to a report.
FDA Warns Your Morning Juice Could Be Affecting Your MedicationThe FDA has sent out a consumer alert to remind people that certain medications don't mix well with a favorite breakfast staple.
Musician Strums Guitar During His Own Brain SurgeryGuitar players can strum almost anywhere, from a beach to a park bench to an operating room -- while undergoing brain surgery.
Family Gets Tested After Catheter Allegedly Found In Ice CreamA family in Canada is being tested for HIV after they claim a piece of a catheter was found inside their ice cream.
Symptoms, Treatments Connected With John McCain's Brain CancerGlioblastoma is an aggressive form of brain cancer and the average patient lives for 15 months.

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