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  • Food choices in your genes

    Food choices in your genes
    How often has the smell of something turned you away from eating it? You can blame your genes for that. A new study finds there's a biological component to why we like some foods and dislike others and those genes determine whether you like a smell or...
  • Injured biker joins crusade for use of helmets

    Injured biker joins crusade for use of helmets
    NIXA, Mo. -- It's no surprise that nearly 80 percent of all motorcycle crashes end up in injury or death.  That’s why David Hardy of Nixa wants to educate riders about the need to wear safety equipment and make other drivers aware that cycles...
  • Dog Treats may be Deadly: Which Ones to Avoid

    Dog Treats may be Deadly: Which Ones to Avoid
    You may have heard about the recall of Diamond brand dry dog foods because of Salmonella.  One Roanoke veterinarian is more concerned with something else- chicken jerky treats made in China. They're making some dogs sick and in some cases dogs have died...
  • Dauphin County Man Running 100 Miles For Boy Waiting for Heart and Lung Transplant

    Dauphin County Man Running 100 Miles For Boy Waiting for Heart and Lung Transplant
    A Dauphin County man is running from Harrisburg to Philadelphia to help raise money for a family friend who is fighting for his life. Matt Dressler, has been training for months to run the 100 miles to help pay the hospital bills of Weston Keeton....
  • Lost weight then gained it back? Maybe we can blame it on our hormones

    Lost weight then gained it back? Maybe we can blame it on our hormones
    Chandler Tucker is like a lot of people--she dieted and then gained the weight back. She was getting geared up for spring break and went on an 800 calorie a day diet. She stuck with it for nearly a month. "It was easy,” Chandler said. “...
  • Virginia Beach psychologist links sleep habits to weight loss

     Virginia Beach psychologist links sleep habits to weight loss
    Sleep to lose weight. No wonder Michael Breus is popular. A Virginia Beach clinical psychologist board-certified in clinical sleep disorders, Breus regularly promotes the connection between sleep and health, and in particular metabolism. He has written...
  • Fatigue supplements are actually misbranded drugs: FDA

    Fatigue supplements are actually misbranded drugs: FDA
    A commercial website for people suffering from symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia is rife with numerous illegal and misleading treatment claims, according to a recent warning letter sent to Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum by the U.S. Food and Drug...
  • Adam Yauch (aka MCA) of the Beastie Boys Dead at 47

    Adam Yauch (aka MCA) of the Beastie Boys Dead at 47
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Adam Yauch, one of the founding members of the hip hop trio the Beastie Boys, has died at the age of 47, after losing his battle with cancer. In 2009, Yauch -- whose stage name was MCA -- announced that he was being treated for a...
  • Report: 'Beastie Boys' rapper MCA dies

    Report: 'Beastie Boys' rapper MCA dies
    Beastie Boys rapper Adam Yauch, known as MCA, has died Friday. According to TMZ, it is unclear if Yauch’s death is related to his battle with cancer. The 47-year-old announced was being treated for a cancerous parotid gland and a lymph node in...
  • Adam "MCA" Yauch Of The Beastie Boys Dead At 47

    Adam "MCA" Yauch Of The Beastie Boys Dead At 47
    Adam "MCA" Yauch, a founding member of the legendary rap group the Beastie Boys, has died at the age of 47. Yauch, who had been undergoing cancer treatment, stunned fans in 2009 when he announced he was pulling out of a planned tour after discovering...
  • DNA testing: Why not just trash the Fourth Amendment?

    I found Dan Rodricks' commentary regarding DNA testing and the recent Maryland Court of Appeals ruling ("DNA: Why wait for an arrest?" May 3) to be quite interesting. He states at the end that he can't think of a good argument against his position that we...