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Deaths mar high school football season

Five high school football players have died in the past month, equaling the number for all of 2014.

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Is breast-feeding help in hospitals improving?

If Amanda Rodriguez could do it all over again, she would do her homework and select a different hospital for the birth of her first child, one that was much more supportive of nursing.

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Drug that skyrocketed 5,000% hasn't come down in price

Remember the drug used by cancer and AIDS patients that skyrocketed from $13.50 to $750 a pill? Well, the price has yet to come back to earth.

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Whole Foods recalls cheese because of listeria risk

Whole Foods is recalling some of its cheese because of possible listeria contamination.

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Study: Smoking will kill 1 in 3 Chinese men

Smoking deaths in China are set to triple to 3 million a year by 2050, according to a new study that examines the devastating toll of rising smoking rates on the country's male population.

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UK Ebola nurse in serious condition

The first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United Kingdom is back in the hospital with a complication from the virus, and doctors say her condition is serious.

Pauline Cafferkey, who was initially discharged from a hospital in January after recoveri...

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Tanzanian albino attacked for her bones

Thieves chopped off a Tanzanian albino girl's leg and fingers because they think her bones are magic, a belief taught by witch doctors. Now, thanks to a doctor, she has a prosthetic limb.

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Allergies, and an eye on shigella is What's Going Around

Health care professionals treating allergies, watching shigella outbreak in Kansas City. 

How to burn calories at work

POSTED: 09:38 AM CDT Sep 30, 2013    UPDATED: 01:00 AM CDT Sep 30, 2013 

You spend eight hours at work every day. Why not make it an opportunity to burn some calories?

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You spend eight hours at work every day. Why not make it an opportunity to burn some calories? Check out the following tips from Mayo Clinic to make exercise a part of your workday:

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