New Jersey Dentist Fined Over $1 Million For Assuming Dead Colleague's IdentityNJ.com reports 58-year-old Roben Brookhim of Short Hills was fined $1.1 million for submitting false bills to Medicaid.
Study: Children With Autism Could Benefit From Fecal TransplantsA study has found that children with autism may benefit from fecal transplants.
Agency Warns About Cancer Risks Linked To Eating Burnt Toast, Over-Roasted PotatoesThe Food Standards Agency in the UK launched a campaign Monday to warn about cancer risks linked to eating burnt toast, over-roasted potatoes and other starchy foods cooked at high temperatures.
Cervical Cancer Death Rates Are Much Higher Than Thought, Study SaysThe risk of dying from cervical cancer might be much higher than experts previously thought, and women are encouraged to continue recommended cancer screenings.
Trump Signs Executive Order To 'Ease The Burden Of Obamacare'President Donald Trump signed an executive order Friday night "to ease the burden of Obamacare as we transition from repeal and replace."
Olympian, Wrestling Star Kurt Angle Aims To Help Those Battling AddictionA new app is about to become available to help people who are struggling with addiction and an Olympic winner who is behind the new technology.
Elevated Lead Levels Found In New Jersey Hospital's WaterA New Jersey hospital is offering free exams after elevated levels of lead were found in its drinking water.
Doctors Putting Food Ahead Of Medicine To Help PatientsThe science of nutrition has expanded dramatically - with more doctors now putting food ahead of medicine to help cure what ails you.
Fears Expressed At LGBTQ Conference Over Changes To Affordable Care ActThe ACA, otherwise known as Obamacare, has specific health protections for the LGBTQ community.
States Pushing Insurers To Provide Cost-Free Vasectomies For MenBackers of laws and proposals in such states as Illinois, Vermont, Maryland and most recently New York say that if women can get tubal ligations with no out-of-pocket costs, men should be able to get their surgical sterilization covered cost-free as well.
Drinking Coffee Could Help You Live Longer, Researchers SayA new study reveals that coffee could help you to live longer due to its ability to counter an inflammatory process that might drive the development of cardiovascular disease.
Research: Philadelphia Worst In Country For Rodent InfestationsThe spotlight is being shined on a pesky problem for Philadelphia: rodent infestations.

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