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Researchers Say Drinking 4 Cups Of Strong Coffee A Day Is Heart HealthyHow many cups of coffee do you drink each day? If it's more than one, you may become a healthier you.
World's First Robot-Assisted Spinal Surgery Performed In PhiladelphiaA first of its kind robot-assisted spinal surgery happened at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
Scientists May Have Found Way To Hack Into Brain To Boost MemoriesResearchers have found higher levels of two very common herpes viruses in Alzheimer's-affected brains and it appears they impact genes linked to Alzheimer's.
'This Is How I Save My Life' Excerpt From Amy B. Scher
New Study Suggests Married People Have Healthier HeartsIf you want a healthy heart, you need to open it up to someone else. 
Doctors Warn Summer Solstice Could Cause Issues For Those Who Suffer With Sleep ProblemsThe Summer Solstice on June 21 is the longest day of the year, which means extra time to enjoy the summer sun.
New Technology Helping Contain Outbreaks Of Contaminated FoodFederal health officials say new technology is helping contain outbreaks of contaminated food.
Study: Brains Of Children Hooked On Video Games Share Similarities To Drug, Alcohol AddictsA recently released California State University study suggests that addictive video games may change children's brains in the same way as drugs and alcohol.
CVS Health To Begin Delivering Prescriptions To Customers' HomesDrugstores and other retailers have been pushing more customer-friendly services in recent years to hold Amazon.com at bay.
FDA Could Approve First Prescription Drug Made From Marijuana PlantThe first prescription drug made from the marijuana plant could soon be approved by the FDA.
New Wearable Device Monitors Sun ExposureIt's like a Fitbit that tracks steps but this one monitors sun exposure and alerts you when you've had too much sun.
Ed Rendell Announces He's Battling Parkinson's DiseaseParkinson's is a disorder that affects the central nervous system.

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