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Depressing Study Reveals Rooting for a Bad NFL Team May Be Bad for Your Health

When your favorite football team loses, it may make you sick to your stomach. Now, research shows it may make you sick to your rapidly-expanding stomach.

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Summer Colds Can Last Longer Than Winter Colds

U.S. experts says that summertime colds are caused by different viruses than those that cause winter colds and can actually last much longer than the winter bugs.

The experts say that while winter colds are usually "nasty, brutish and short," summer colds tend to go on for weeks and can reoccur

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Coffee May Help Fight Liver Disease

Another trip to the coffee pot won't just keep you awake, it could help keep you alive.  Research at Duke University's medical schools suggests increased caffeine could reduce non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. 

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Massachusetts Among Skinniest States

Massachusetts is one of the skinniest states in the entire nation.

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Many Young Women Say They Still Tan Indoors

Indoor tanning is still popular among many women, according to new research from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. According to their new survey, using an indoor tanning facility is the most common among young, white women

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Does Your Partner Snore? Try This

A new study finds that singing could be a surprising cure for snoring.

The study had patients practice singing exercises over a three month period in order to tone their throat muscles. A choir director invented the exercises and says that patients who practiced singing the sounds "ung" and "gar" found that their snoring decreased or stopped

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Buchholz Encouraged After Bullpen Session

Boston right-hander Clay Buchholz says his latest bullpen session was "probably the best day so far" in his recovery from neck and shoulder ailments.

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Schilling Says He Had Heart Attack In 2011

Former major league pitcher Curt Schilling is confessing he suffered a heart attack a few years ago.

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Are E-Cigarettes Harmful to Your Health?

They market e-cigarettes as a great alternative to smoking cigarettes, that pollute the air and cause cancer, but are these electronic vapor devices safe for your use?

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Doctor Claims We May Soon Be Able to Bring People Back to Life

An American doctor says that modern medicine may soon have the capability to resurrect someone up to a full day after death.

Dr. Sam Parina is a critical care physician who teaches at Stony Brook University School of Medicine in New York, and he says, "With today's medicine, we can bring people back to life up to one, maybe two hours, sometimes even longer, after their heart stopped beating and they have thus died by circulatory failure

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