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This image provided by Sarepta Therapeutics in December 2019 shows a box and vial of their drug Vyondys 53. (Sarepta Therapeutics via AP)
12-13-2019

U.S. health regulators approved a second drug for a debilitating form of muscular dystrophy, a surprise decision after the medication was rejected for safety concerns just four months ago.

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12-13-2019

9-8-8 is designated as the new Mental Health Emergency Hotline

12-11-2019

Elderly dementia patient is captured on this heartwarming video remembering every single word of one of her favorite songs.

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12-11-2019

Six strategies you can use to avoid overeating and gaining weight during the holidays.

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12-11-2019

More than three years after California voters broadly legalized marijuana, a state panel is considering if its potent, high-inducing chemical - THC - should be declared a risk to pregnant women and require warnings.

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11-07-2019

"Don't be selfish; don't try to impress others. Be humble, thinking of others as better than yourselves. Don't look out for your own interests, but take an interest in others, too."— Philippians 2:3-4 

11-05-2019

Today's medical care is the best it's ever been, but believe it or not, there are still an estimated 7,000 rare diseases that do not have a cure or even a treatment.  

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11-05-2019

Dogs are becoming valuable assets in the world of medicine. They are now being trained to detect deadly diseases in a way no human or machine can.

Christian author Max Lucado spoke with radio host Delilah about the secret of happiness.
10-24-2019

Are you happy? In a recent poll, only one out of three Americans said they are happy. In his latest book, How Happiness Happens, minister and best-selling author Max Lucado provides a personal plan for a life filled with lasting and fulfilling joy, supported by Jesus' teaching and modern research.

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10-23-2019

You may have tried exercising, counting sheep, warm milk or even over-the-counter medications to fall asleep and to even sleep better. A new study published last month in the Journal Psychology and Health reveals that the simple act of forgiving others can help us sleep better.

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