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09/09/2014

Eating is addictive but sugar and fat are not like drugs, study says

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08/26/2014

New recommendations for overweight people with heart risks

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08/25/2014

E-Cigarettes Worth Try to Quit Smoking, Heart Group Says

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08/25/2014

Fewer Painkiller Deaths in States With Medical Pot

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08/19/2014

These Medical Apps Have Doctors and the FDA Worried

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08/14/2014

Ethical considerations for use of unregistered interventions for Ebola virus disease (EVD)

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08/06/2014

WHO consulting ethics experts on experimental Ebola drugs

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08/05/2014

Ebola: Are Treatments, Vaccines on the Horizon?

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08/05/2014

FDA calls for more specific gluten-free labels

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08/01/2014

E-Cigarettes are Less Harmful Than Conventional Cigarettes

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