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Heart Disease #1 Killer Of Women, Yet Many Don't Talk About ItHeart disease is the number one killer of women but a new survey shows many women and their doctors do not talk about heart health at all.
Senate Plan To Replace Obamacare In TroubleThe Senate plan to repeal and replace Obamacare is in trouble after a group of conservative Senators said the plan doesn't go far enough in being fiscally conservative.
Mayors: Look To Us, Not Washington, For ResultsThink the nation's capital and your statehouse are irredeemable and unproductive?
Senate Bill's Cuts To Medicaid Would Harm FloridaProposed cuts to Medicaid in the Senate's long-awaited health could bill could be disastrous for the roughly 3.6 million Florida residents who rely on the program.
GOP Senate Bill Cuts Back Medicaid, Protects Pre-Existing ConditionsSenate Republicans have unveiled their bill to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Concern Growing Over Proposed Trump Cuts To SNAP FundingGwen Tolbert is a SNAP recipient.
4 GOP Senators Not Yet Ready To Support Health Care BillSenate Republicans still have ways to go after unveiling their secret health care bill Thursday in an attempt to repeal and replace the existing Affordable Care Act.
New Study Denies There Are Health Benefits To Moderate DrinkingPrior studies that concluded moderate alcohol consumption is healthy aren't necessarily correct, new research suggests.
Numbers Of Virus-Carrying Mosquitoes Are Up In Southern U.S.The number of virus-carrying mosquitoes is up in the Southern U.S., according to new research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). 
Yoga May Be Best Prescription For Lower Back Pain Relief New research finds yoga can be the best prescription for millions of Americans suffering from chronic lower back pain.
Moving U: Free Boot Camp For The BoldWe discovered this free class through our Moving U campaign where folks are getting active and burning some serious calories in the process.
Swimming Advisory Posted For Sunny Isles BeachSwimmers are being advised to avoid the waters off Sunny Isles Beach due to bacteria.

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