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Biggest Ever Dead Zone In Gulf Of MexicoThere's an unwanted record at the mouth of the Mississippi River: This year's "dead zone," a largely human-caused phenomenon where there's too little oxygen to support marine life, is the biggest ever measured.
Binge-Watching TV Shows Causes Poor Sleep Quality, Insomnia, Study FindsBinge-watching television shows can lead to unhealthy sleep habits in young adults, according to a new study.
Solar Eclipse Pro Tip: Don't Video It, Experience ItThe host of the popular podcast "StarTalk" has some advice for anyone looking forward to next Monday solar eclipse, put down your smartphone and really experience it.
Study: That Drink May Be Good For Your HealthNew research suggests some big health benefits when it comes to drinking alcohol but experts warn you shouldn't overdo it.
Substance Abuse Linked To Consuming Energy Drinks, Study SaysA new study says that young, college-aged adults who regularly consumed energy drinks were at a higher risk of abusing other substances later in life.
Lauren's List: What Your Tongue Can Tell You About Your Health Open wide and say "aaaahhhh." Doctors aren't just telling you to do this to check your throat.
Doctors Stress Proper Eye Protection For Viewing Solar EclipseWe are just 10 days away from the first total solar eclipse in almost 100 years.
Nicklaus Children's Hospital Saves Newborn Considered 'Inoperable'It's what Sarah Lemons had been waiting to hear for six long weeks.
Smoking Marijuana Triples Risk Of High Blood Pressure Death, Study SaysA new study is warning that people who smoke marijuana have three times the risk of dying from high blood pressure than those who don't.
State Approves Two More Marijuana LicensesFlorida health officials have signed off on two more cannabis operations, bringing to 11 the number of businesses licensed to grow, process and distribute medical marijuana.
Child Battling Rare Tumor Shows Gratitude Through Her PaintingsA young South Florida girl battling a rare tumor is showing her gratitude by sharing her passion for painting.
Study: Stroke Rates Declining In US, But Not Among WomenThe number of people having strokes is dropping in the United States, but not among women.

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