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  • Another Ebola scare in Dallas turns out to be just a scare

    On Friday in Virginia, there was a flurry of activity at the Pentagon when a woman who said she had been to Africa vomited in the parking lot. Did she have Ebola? No. A day later in Texas, there was another flurry when word got around that a woman who...
  • Are expired medications still safe?

    Are expired medications still safe?
    It is 2 a.m. and that cough and stuffy nose you have been battling is still keeping you up. You reach for the nighttime cold relief medicine only to find it expired a few months ago. If you take a dose to ease your symptoms, will you be putting yourself...
  • Viagra for women? Blue pills may help alleviate menstrual cramps

    Viagra for women? Blue pills may help alleviate menstrual cramps
    Viagra may no longer be just for the gentlemen. A new study suggests that those little blue pills may also help women, though not in the way you might think. Researchers have found that sildenafil citrate, the main ingredient in Viagra, Revatio and...
  • Study: Oreos as addictive as cocaine

    Study: Oreos as addictive as cocaine
    It should come as no surprise to anyone that Oreo cookies were found to be as addictive as cocaine in a recent study. Our bodies are wired to like sugary, fatty foods, but it's not a habit that can't be kicked, according to New York City Dr. Timothy...
  • FDA plan to reduce antibiotic use in meat is a major step

    FDA plan to reduce antibiotic use in meat is a major step
    Make no mistake about it, the Food and Drug Administration’s decision Wednesday to encourage reductions in the use of antibiotics in livestock production is a very big deal. Granted, it doesn’t go as far as many advocates would prefer --...
  • For Valentine's Day, 9 foods you didn't know were aphrodisiacs

    For Valentine's Day, 9 foods you didn't know were aphrodisiacs
    Certain foods are believed to be aphrodisiacs, or foods that can help increase sexual drive and fertility. For instance, some would say a meal of oysters, with a glass of red wine and chocolate souffle, would be great for your libido, if not your...
  • Ludo Lefebvre, Funny or Die video poke fun at Cafe Gratitude, Red Medicine

    Ludo Lefebvre, Funny or Die video poke fun at Cafe Gratitude, Red Medicine
    Vegan food in L.A. is all about sunshine, smiles, peace, love and unicorns right? Not when you're in a Funny or Die video.  Chef Ludo Lefebvre (Ludo Bites, Trois Mec) makes his comedic debut in the new Funny or Die video "Cafe Attitude," which pokes fun...
  • Programs to prevent psychological problems in troops questioned

    Programs to prevent psychological problems in troops questioned
    Many federal programs aimed at preventing psychological problems in military service members and their families have not been evaluated correctly to determine whether they are working and are not supported by science, says a new report commissioned by the...
  • Ravens CB Asa Jackson suspended eight games for violating NFL drug policy

    Ravens CB Asa Jackson suspended eight games for violating NFL drug policy
    Ravens reserve cornerback Asa Jackson has been suspended without pay for eight games for his second violation of the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs. Jackson served a four-game suspension as a rookie last year. Both suspensions stem...
  • Caffeine can help memory: Have a latte, stop forgetting

    Caffeine can help memory: Have a latte, stop forgetting
    Many people typically need a cup of coffee for a caffeine kick to get through the morning, but according to a recent study published by the Nature Neuroscience journal, caffeine can also help enhance your memory.  In an experiment conducted by Michael...
  • Letters: Real healthcare reform

    Re "When less medicine is more," Opinion, Sept. 18 We can save some of the $700 billion a year that Dr. Glenn D. Braunstein says is spent on ineffective care by reforming medical malpractice. Much of the reason doctors run too many tests is to...