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CDC: Autism Is On The Rise In U.S.New estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggest Autism is on the rise in the United States.
What "The Doctors" Learned From Halsey & Kate Bond's Struggles With EndometriosisDoctors Andrew Ordon and Nita Landry talk about singer Halsey and actress Kate Bond's experiences with endometriosis.
Heavy Drinking Could Increase 'Bad' Bacteria In Mouth, Study FindsPeople who drink more than the recommended daily limit of alcohol may harbor an unhealthy mix of bacteria in their mouths, a new study suggests.
'Tick Explosion' May Be Coming This Summer, Expert WarnsThe director of the University of Rhode Island's tick-borne disease center warns that the U.S. is moving into the prime season for disease-carrying insects
Study: Drinking Leads To Build Up Of Bad BacteriaA drink a day could lead to an increase in your dental and medical bills.
Injured Veteran Receives First Total Penis, Scrotum TransplantThe Johns Hopkins reconstructive surgery team has successfully performed the first total penis and scrotum transplant in the world.
Study: Skipping Breakfast Can Lead To Weight GainA new study suggests adults who eat breakfast more often are less likely to gain weight and develop dangerous belly fat.
Diet Soda, Sweeteners Can Still Cause Diabetes, Study FindsA study of rats has revealed that artificial sweeteners, commonly used in zero-calorie sodas, actually did as much harm to the body as a high-sugar diet.
Moving U: Kickboxing Isn't just A Combat Sport, It's A Great WorkoutKickboxing is described as a stand-up combat sport, but when you take the combat out and leave the contact, it also makes for a great workout.
Avoid Eating Romaine Lettuce After E. Coli Outbreak, Says CDCThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says to stay away from all chopped romaine lettuce.
9 States, Including Florida, Part Of Massive Egg Recall Due To Salmonella ConcernsMore than 200 million eggs distributed to restaurants and grocery stores in nine states, including Florida, have been recalled because of bacterial contamination.
Night Owls Risk Dying Younger, Study SaysBad news for night owls. Their risk of early death is 10% higher than for early risers, according to a new study.

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