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Here are some tips to keep your cool and stay safe in the broiling temperatures and stifling humidity affecting millions of Americans this week.









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Zion Harvey, 8, lost his hands to a bacterial infection when he was a toddler.









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Twelve people remain hospitalized in South Korea for MERS although only one is still testing positive for the MERS virus, the Health Ministry says.









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About 40 percent of teen users of e-cigarettes have never used tobacco, a new report finds. And 91 percent report getting positive feedback about them.









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New injected drugs show promise in helping lower cholesterol in patients when statins aren't an option. NBC's Erika Edwards reports.









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The FDA approved a new type of cholesterol drug Thursday, aimed at people who cannot get their cholesterol down with statins.









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European regulators approved the first-ever malaria vaccine on Thursday even though it doesn't work very well.









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Food labels should contain more detail about how much sugar is in a product, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Friday.









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Federal court officers have recommended a life sentence for a peanut company executive convicted or selling salmonella tainted food.









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Anthem is buying rival Cigna in a deal valued at $54.2 billion that will create the nation's largest health insurer by enrollment.









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Seven years into his battle with cancer, Stuart Chapin is faced with a stark choice: saving his house or his life.









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Exercise can prevent Alzheimer's disease, and now research shows it works as a great therapy, as well.









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Cancer drugs cost way too much and it's time to take steps to bring the price down, 118 of the country's top cancer experts said Thursday.









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A deadly waterborne amoeba that can get into the brain and kill has been found again in tap water in the New Orleans area, state health officials say.









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A year and a half after the Affordable Care Act brought widespread reforms to the U.S. healthcare system, Chicago's Cook County Health & Hospitals









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A batch of new drugs that clear the gunk out of the brains of Alzheimer's patients are the best hope yet that it might be possible to slow the disease









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A new study suggests the idea that more kids are being diagnosed with autism because they're simply being classified and diagnosed differently.









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A drug that combines a cough suppressant with a medication to fight heart arrhythmias might offer some peace for one of the most troubling symptoms of









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More than 1 in 5 sexually active teen girls have used the morning-after pill -- a dramatic increase over a decade ago.









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Women with memory problems that may signal early Alzheimer's descend into dementia twice as fast as men do, researchers said Tuesday.









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