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Large-scale studies determine the perfect amount of exercise to improve health and longevity. nyti.ms/1EErssK pic.twitter.com/aerhmnk2G6
Doctors are so fed up with board certification that some would rather retire than recertify. nyti.ms/1Ot520i pic.twitter.com/1sQsTKjNgm
An imaginative love story by a grandmother with Alzheimer's disease nyti.ms/1JDIC9L pic.twitter.com/j9ei1FOjij
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These diet supplements contain BMPEA, an amphetamine-like chemical untested in humans. nyti.ms/1E2m56h pic.twitter.com/w5bCGWyq4V
California is on the verge of turning the Pacific Ocean into every day drinking water. nyti.ms/1OnpkIu pic.twitter.com/8uPL09cNp5
High intensity workouts can be rough on the knees. Advice: nyti.ms/1GSbImb pic.twitter.com/wyGRnw0qR2
America's cosmetic dermatologist struggled under the limelight, say friends and family. nyti.ms/1EjuW3M pic.twitter.com/9eRErT6Pvn
Only 28 Ebola patients were treated at medical units built by the US. nyti.ms/1GXjvyW pic.twitter.com/adLEbUQR4N
The FDA isn't so sure that smokeless tobacco is safe. nyti.ms/1Ol67ag pic.twitter.com/cWzVhTAyoN
Insurers offer discounts to customers who stay fit...and agree to share private wellness data. nyti.ms/1E30FG9 pic.twitter.com/56XpoBCLQm
Boston Red Sox outfielder Jimmy Piersall describes his struggles with manic depression: nyti.ms/1HVhfXI pic.twitter.com/aTTo8hZ3EN
Diet pills may contain BMPEA, a chemical like an amphetamine. Do you take any of these? nyti.ms/1O8KbPJ pic.twitter.com/B8gFUoQOlB
60 years ago, Boston Red Sox's Jimmy Piersall described his struggles with manic depression. nyti.ms/1HVhfXI pic.twitter.com/oCv9XlXiPZ
Two vaccines protect monkeys from Ebola. Tests in humans are due to start this summer. nyti.ms/1GLzv7h pic.twitter.com/goGz8GyAOu
Swedish company tells the FDA this smokeless tobacco product is safer than they think. nyti.ms/1yWcPup pic.twitter.com/VHybM8QgLe
The Vitamin Shoppe is pulling these supplements, which contain an amphetamine-like substance nyti.ms/1yZBjTu pic.twitter.com/LS3dyxA9zV
Mr. Lynch faces prison for violating federal law with a marijuana shop that is legal in Calif. nyti.ms/1CozS1C pic.twitter.com/rXwHqtxp9a
Critically ill teens prefer to discuss end-of-life decisions, new study shows. nyti.ms/1Hf5vPv pic.twitter.com/MgMACbXGST
FDA may remove warning labels from some smokeless tobacco products. Details: nyti.ms/1yWcPup pic.twitter.com/0my7XIAEAd
The not-so-subtle push in Europe to encourage people to have more babies starts with sex ed. nyti.ms/1yWcPup pic.twitter.com/36e46GZdAn
You don’t have to hit your head to develop a life-threatening bleed. nyti.ms/1F50QSW pic.twitter.com/fQTA6ykALm
Insurers offer discounts to customers who stay fit...and agree to share private wellness data. nyti.ms/1E30FG9 pic.twitter.com/f3LWzixxd6
Feral chickens have invaded the island of Kauai. Details: nyti.ms/1NZKr3f pic.twitter.com/5oqWY7p9xl