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One Family's Hopeful Turn in the Fight Against Heroin


When Kate Snow first heard from the Gordenstein family, one of their sons had overdosed twice in a week. Their update may offer hope to many others.






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'Wealth Gap' Seen in American Diet


Americans' eating habits have improved — except among the poor, evidence of a widening wealth gap when it comes to diet.






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Senegal Monitors Contacts of First Ebola Patient


Senegalese authorities on Monday were monitoring everyone who was in contact with a student infected with Ebola who crossed into the country.






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'I Am Going Home!' Cancer Patient's Priceless Reaction


Seven-year-old Avery Harriman's response to leaving the hospital will put smile on your face.






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Bonded by Battle: Four Amputee Vets Talk Pregnancy


"To think of where we've all come from and then ten years later we're all having children of our own, it's -- I think it's a phenomenal story, one of resilience"






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Study: Diet Program Rewires Brain to Crave Healthy Food


It may be possible to retrain your brain to stop craving junk food, a new study shows.






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Weight-loss program rewires brain to crave healthy food, scans show


It may be possible to retrain your brain to stop craving junk food, a new study shows. Eating too much junk food is like any other addiction, research has shown. After years of gorging on high-calorie, highly processed foods, the brain changes, craving pizza and fries instead of salads and grilled chicken. Experts long thought that once the brain changed, it was permanent.






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Heart Breakthrough: New Drug May Revolutionize Treatment


The experimental drug cut the risk of death and hospitalization due to heart failure by 20 percent, according to a study released Saturday.






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Cost of Cutting: Why Surgery Prices Are Soaring


The price to remove a gall bladder or replace a hip has spiked more than 20 percent during the past five years amid new tech and medical monopolies.






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7 new tricks to banish late-night food cravings — for good


If your cravings at night make you resemble a rabid raccoon picking through a dumpster, you're not alone. "Nighttime is by far the most common time to have cravings or feel hungrier," says Dr. Scott Isaacs, an endocrinologist at Emory University and author of Beat Overeating Now! Blame your hunger on natural biology.






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Big Box Health Care: Checkup for the Price of a Latte?


Wal-Mart is taking an aggressive tack, with in-store branded clinics offering primary health care at a price competitors may find hard to match.






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Student Slips Over Border, Spreads Ebola to Senegal


A student infected with Ebola evaded health surveillance for weeks as he slipped into Senegal, carrying the deadly virus to a fifth African nation.






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8-Year-Old Triathlete Refuses to Leave Brother Behind


Sibling love stretches across the finish line as boy swims, bikes and runs with younger brother in tow.
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Eat it or beat it? Snacks for kids


1. Which has more fat? 4 cheese pizza bites or 4 chicken nuggets? Answer: The chicken nuggets have 15 grams of fat; 230 calories. Pizza bites almost same calories — 200 — but only 5 g fat, or 2/3rds less fat.2. Which crunchy snacks has more calories? 3 cups of "light" butter popcorn or a serving of baked tortilla chips with salsa? Answer: Chips and salsa have 125 calories.






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New Ebola Vaccine Shows Promise


A possible Ebola vaccine is fast-tracked for human trials as the epidemic continues to spread in West Africa. NBC's Erika Edwards reports.






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ZMapp Saves Sick Monkeys From Ebola, Study Finds


An experimental drug used to treat two sick American missionaries saved a batch of monkeys infected with Ebola virus, even days after they got sick.






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Missionaries Exposed to Ebola Released From Quarantine


The missionaries' 21-day health monitoring periods ended at different times depending on when each had last been in contact with Ebola patients.






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Baby Announcement Mimics Apple Product Launch


When his son was born, a former Apple employee announced the happy news with a website designed to look just like an Apple product unveiling.






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Back-to-School Time Never the Same For Sandy Hook Mom


What used to be a familiar mix of sadness and relief now includes a sense of fear for parents of children who died at Sandy Hook Elementary.






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New Gadget or Vacation: Which Makes Us Happier?


Money spent on doing makes us happier than money spent on having, Cornell researchers found.






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