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High Risk for Breast Cancer May Be Normalized With Healthy Living, Study Finds
Some women at high risk for breast cancer may be able to lower their risk to that of an average woman by making healthy lifestyle choices, according to a new study published today in the Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA). Dr. Robert Shenk, Medical Director at the Breast Center,
1 of 3 Deaths in EU Avoidable If Optimal Care Was Available
The European Union's statistical agency says that one out of three deaths in the 28-nation bloc was avoidable if optimal health care were available
Biotech Company and Patients Face Off to Gain Access to Their Genetic Tests
A Utah-based biotech company that had refused to let four patients access their full genetic information has reversed course, a day before the American Civil Liberties Union filed a complaint with the federal government on behalf of patients in general. Myriad Genetics provided the patients late
Obama on Science: 'It Is Fun. I Love This Stuff'
President Barack Obama recognized 17 leading scientists and innovators for work helping put "countless revolutionary discoveries within our reach."
NASCAR Champion Johnson Gets Animated for Nickelodeon
From cars to cartoons, Jimmie Johnson's next dash at the track comes in animated form. The six-time NASCAR champion lends his voice in a series of race car-themed episodes on the Nickelodeon series "Blaze and the Monster Machines." Johnson voiced Dash, a car that is friendly, fast and the ultimate
Celine Dion Describes Her Last Moments With Her Late Husband
In an exclusive interview with ABC's Deborah Roberts, Celine Dion discusses her final moments with her late husband, Rene Angelil.
Index: Sinead O'Connor Reported Missing For More Than 24 Hours
To the index and a big scare involving Sinead o'connor. She was reported missing in a Chicago suburb after going on a bike ride Sunday morning. Police listing her as, quote, missing/suicidal. She was found safe late this afternoon. O'connor has claimed to be suicidal in the past and has received
Loneliness Hurts: Senior Health About More Than Disease
Think about health during the senior years, and a list of common ailments pops to mind
Rare Look Inside North Korea
The unpredictable leader Kim Jong-un solidifying his power with nuclear threats.
Taijuan Walker's biggest fan and critic -- his mom -- knows him best
When Seattle Mariners starting pitcher Taijuan Walker leaves the mound and returns to the clubhouse after a game, he will check his cell phone and find texts from his mother, Nellie Garcia. Those messages are not always filled with the typical high praise a player might expect from a mom. "She's