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  • Study: Fitness goals met when it's part of the daily job

    PITTSBURGH Mark Crisci was going to the gym and trying to lower his cholesterol levels, but it wasn't until he joined a healthy-lifestyle group at work that he found weight-loss success and continued support to keep his cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar levels in a healthy range.
  • Army chemical-biological center in Edgewood, private lab in Maryland received live anthrax samples

    Army chemical-biological center in Edgewood, private lab in Maryland received live anthrax samples
    — The Edgewood Area of Aberdeen Proving Ground was one of several facilities to which an Army bio-defense organization mistakenly sent samples of live anthrax, officials said Thursday, and a private commercial laboratory in Maryland was the first to...

    EPA sets up centers to test thousands of chemicals we come in contact with daily

    PITTSBURGH They are present in soil, water and air, and exist in products used daily at home, at work and in our vehicles. So it's no surprise that many end up in our bodies. And yet the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency remains largely unaware of...

    Santorum joins a growing GOP White House race

    WASHINGTON Rick Santorum, touting himself as the candidate of the blue-collar, family-oriented Republican, launched another presidential bid Wednesday, but this time he's got a lot more than Mitt Romney to overcome. Speaking to supporters in Cabot, Pa.,...

    Study finds autism rates probably haven't changed even as cases have climbed

    In the largest study of its kind, a Swedish group has determined that actual autism rates probably have not changed in recent years, even though diagnoses of autism cases continue to climb. The research, led by Sebastian Lundstrom and colleagues at the...