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Want to Live to Be 105? Check Your Genes

Researchers find that more than 280 genes are involved in getting people to extreme old age — 105 and older.








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One-Year Space Mission Blazes Scientific Trail to Mars

NASA astronaut Scott Kelly's one-year space mission will be a one-of-a-kind science experiment made possible by two-of-a-kind spacefliers.



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House Passes 'Doc Fix' for Medicare Doctors

Congress may be mostly deadlocked, but the House of Representatives passed the so-called doc fix Thursday.








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U.S. Ebola Patient Upgraded to Serious Condition

An American health worker being treated for Ebola has improved from critical to serious condition, the National Institutes of Health said Thursday.








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CDC Smoking Campaign Aims to Make You Cringe

A new anti-smoking campaign features a parade of former smokers who want to save others from their humiliating health consequences.








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Indiana Town Hit by HIV Epidemic to Open First Clinic

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence declared a public health emergency Thursday in Scott County amid an HIV outbreak that has infected at least 79 people.



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'We Need Help': HIV 'Epidemic' Hits Small Indiana Town

An HIV "epidemic" fueled by needle-sharing opiate users has infected 72 people in one southern Indiana county, state officials said Wednesday.








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Ebola Hits Youngest Victims the Hardest, Report Finds

Ebola takes hold quicker in the very youngest patients and kills more of them, a new report finds.








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3 Drinks Give You Liver Cancer, But Coffee Protects

Researchers say they've narrowed down just how much alcohol you have to drink to risk giving yourself liver cancer: three drinks a day.








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Could Sex Have Brought Ebola Back to Liberia?

WHO and the Liberian government say they are checking into the possibility that a woman caught Ebola from a survivor she was dating.








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New Anthrax Treatment Helps Even After Infection

The FDA approved a treatment to help anthrax victims even after they've started showing symptoms - a time that's typically too late to save patients.








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Supreme Court Sends UPS Pregnancy Case Back for Retrial

The Supreme Court has sent a pregnancy discrimination case filed against UPS back for possible re-trial.








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Here Are the Biggest Distractions for Teen Drivers

Cellphones and talking to passengers appear to play a far greater role in teen crashes than previously thought.








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Breast Cancer Signs Seen in 4,200-Year-Old Bones

Archaeologists have found what Egyptian authorities are calling the world's oldest evidence of breast cancer in the 4,200-year-old bones of a woman.








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'Part of Life': Angelina Jolie Has Ovaries Removed

Angelina Jolie has had her ovaries removed after tests indicated possible signs of cancer, two years after she underwent a double mastectomy.








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Ethicist: Why a New Alzheimer's Drug Isn't A No-Brainer

Bioethicist Art Caplan gives five reasons why good news is not all good news when it comes to a promising drug for Alzheimer's disease.








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Amy's Kitchen, Frozen Spinach Recalls Linked to Listeria

The frozen food aisle of your local grocery store may look a little bare due to several frozen spinach recalls over the past few days.








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No Surprise: Doctors Approve of Angelina Jolie's Surgery

Angelina Jolie's decision to have her ovaries taken out was spot-on, doctors said Tuesday.








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Sick Kids Need Say in Life-Saving Treatment, British Doctors Say

UK medical advisors want children's own views on whether they want to live or die to be taken into account.








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Genes Reveal Secret Ingredients in Americas' Melting Pot

Scientists trace the history of European and African migration to the Americas — not by looking in history books, but by looking at genetic codes.








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