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The Heartbleed computer bug has caused major security concerns across the Internet

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People who have accounts on the ObamaCare enrollment website are being told to change their passwords following an administration-wide review of the government's vulnerability...
Conjoined twins Owen and Emmett Ezell were separated at Medical City Children's Hospital in Dallas in August 2013

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Conjoined twins Owen and Emmett Ezell, who were separated at Medical City Children's Hospital in Dallas in August 2013, are expected to be released...
Research shows that high-intensity interval training may be more effective than traditional cardio at getting rid of stubborn abdominal body fat

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Combine cardio and standing abs moves for an intense, waist-whittling routine that will tighten your tummy fast.Research shows that high-intensity interval training (HIIT) may...
The highly pathogenic H5 virus was detected through genetic testing of chickens at a farm in Kumamoto prefecture

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According to Japan’s Agricultural Ministry, two chickens have tested positive for bird flu at a farm where more than 1,000 chickens have died, marking...
Scientists said a new treatment for hepatitis C cured 90 percent of patients with the infection in 12 weeks

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Scientists said a new treatment for hepatitis C "cured" 90% of patients with the infection in 12 weeks. The new study is a "major breakthrough"...
Young women are particularly high users of social networking sites and post more photographs of themselves on the internet than do men

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A new research suggests that spending lots of time on Facebook looking at pictures of friends could make women insecure about their body image. The...
Matzo, which doesn't rise, is a traditional staple in Passover meals

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This year’s Passover will be celebrated between April 14 and April 22. The holiday celebrates the Jews’ liberation from slavery in ancient Egypt and subsequent...
The number of deaths from the Ebola virus in Guinea has passed 100

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The number of deaths from the Ebola virus in Guinea has passed 100, the UN World Health Organization (WHO) says. It was "one of the...
The men have been able to move their legs for the first time in years after electrical stimulation of their spinal cords

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A medical team at the University of Louisville and the University of California has reported that four paralyzed men have been able to move...

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Recently dubbed the ‘creative capital’ by The Guardian, Brighton’s reputation for music, culture, art and fun is certainly growing. The city’s thriving music scene...
HIV home tests can be bought over the counter in the UK for the first time

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HIV home tests can be bought over the counter in the UK for the first time. However, none is available yet in the country.The UK...
Poor oral health and irregular dental checks can increase the risk of oral cancer

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A new study has found that poor oral health and irregular dental checks can increase the risk of oral cancer. The International Agency for Research...
The Riken Centre panel said Dr. Haruko Obokata fabricated her work in an intentionally misleading fashion

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An investigation into a supposedly groundbreaking stem cell study in Japan has found lead researcher Dr. Haruko Obokata guilty of misconduct. The Riken Centre panel...
The Obamacare enrollment period ended midnight Monday with hundreds of thousands of Americans signing up for insurance

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The Obamacare enrollment period ended midnight Monday with hundreds of thousands of Americans signing up for insurance under Barack Obama's healthcare program, in a...

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Spinning is one of those evergreen gym classes that has stood the test of time, with other routines disappearing out of fashion spinning classes...
Liberia has confirmed the first two cases of Ebola, after spreading from neighboring Guinea

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Liberia has confirmed the first two cases of Ebola, after spreading from neighboring Guinea, where the deadly virus has killed 78 people. The two Liberian...
Six million people have signed up for Obamacare, meeting Obama administration's goal

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President Barack Obama has announced six million people have signed up for medical insurance under his healthcare law – dubbed Obamacare - meeting the...
Patchy changes in the developing brain long before birth may cause symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorder

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According to a recent research, autism begins in the womb. Patchy changes in the developing brain long before birth may cause symptoms of Autism Spectrum...

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The definition of addiction is not always agreed upon among professionals. In general it would be any type of behavior that becomes compulsive and...
Ebola virus has been identified as the cause of a deadly outbreak of hemorraghic fever in Guinea

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Guinea government officials say the Ebola virus has been identified as the cause of an outbreak of hemorraghic fever now believed to have killed...
A new scientific study has found that drinking a glass of red wine could actually reduce your chance of piling on the pounds

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Wine, glorious wine. From a cold, crisp glass of white on a sunny day to a hearty red by the fire in winter, this...
Sleep loss may be more serious than previously thought, causing a permanent loss of brain cells

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A new research suggests that sleep loss may be more serious than previously thought, causing a permanent loss of brain cells. In mice, prolonged lack...
Doing at least two and a half hours of vigorous exercise each week cuts the chance of developing flu

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A new research suggests that doing at least two and a half hours of vigorous exercise each week cuts the chance of developing flu. Around...
CDC has published details of a rare case of suspected female-to-female HIV infection in Texas

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The US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has published details of a rare case of suspected female-to-female HIV infection. A 46-year-old woman "likely acquired" the...
Statins may have fewer side-effects than claimed

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Cholesterol-lowering drugs statins may have fewer side-effects than claimed, researchers say. Researchers’ review of 83,880 patients, published in the European Journal of Preventative Cardiology, indicated...