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Good news: Getting enough sleep could be more important for losing weight than skipping late-night snacks – MarketWatch

More attention should be paid to healthy portions rather than maintaining a two-hour window between eating and sleeping, new research suggests.

Flu outbreak reported at Clinton schools – WAPT Jackson

Faculty and staff are taking additional precautions after a flu outbreak was reported at Clinton schools.

Healthy adults should not take an aspirin a day because of bleeding risk, study warns – The Times

Healthy adults should not be taking a daily aspirin because of a real risk it can cause severe bleeding, a comprehensive study has found. Although the drug is linked to a lower risk of heart...

Child identified as patient killed by pigeon droppings-linked infection – Fox News

Scotland’s health secretary said a child who died in December was the second patient at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital confirmed to have contracted an infection that is linked to pigeon droppings.

To Fight Fatty Liver, Avoid Sugary Foods and Drinks – New York Times

Children with fatty liver disease sharply reduced the amount of fat and inflammation in their livers by cutting soft drinks, fruit juices and foods with added sugars.

Entirely New Type Of Blood Vessel Found Hiding Inside Our Bones – IFLScience

Scientists have discovered a hidden network within our bones, a maze of tiny blood vessels that’s never been seen before. The findings are published in the

CDC Study: Work Food Often Impacts Health Negatively – WCCO | CBS Minnesota

Food offered at work is a perk many people would like. But a study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says there is a price to pay.

Alzheimer’s disease: It may be possible to restore memory function, preclinical study finds – Medical Xpress

Research published today in the journal Brain reveals a new approach to Alzheimer's disease (AD) that may eventually make it possible to reverse memory loss, a hallmark of the disease in its late stages.

MOH: Measles Cases Rise Almost 1000% in 5 Years Due to Misinformation About Vaccines – WORLD OF BUZZ

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