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Does Your Shapewear Pose A Health risk?

Posted: 01/21/2014 - CBS News medical contributor Dr. Holly Phillips told the “CBS This Morning” co-hosts that all the squeezing and tucking could bring about long-term health consequences.

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Michelle Obama Dunks With The Miami Heat

Updated: 01/21/2014 - The team stopped by the White House last week, where President Barack Obama congratulated the players and coaches for winning the world championship two years in a row.

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Are Bananas Bad For Me, Too?

Posted: 01/15/2014 - Zookeepers are trading the monkeys' favorite fruit in for green leafy vegetables, saying bananas grown for human consumption are full of sugar and calories.

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Influenza Activity Remains High In Kansas

Posted: 01/14/2014 - The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says, so far this year, influenza or pneumonia has caused or contributed to 510 deaths in Kansas.

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Manhattan High To Showcase Special Talent

Posted: 01/14/2014 - Manhattan High's "America's Got Special Talent" show is 7pm, Thursday, January 16, at Manhattan High School's Rezac Auditorium.

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5 Ways To Fight The Flu

Updated: 01/10/2014 - It seems like the flu is everywhere this year. The CDC said it saw widespread flu activity in 35 states, including Kansas, last week, up from 25 states the previous week.

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Family Honors Legacy Of Loved One Lost To Cancer

Updated: 01/10/2014 - Lisa Chapman lost her battle against breast cancer last September at the age of 36. Her cousin wanted to find a way to teach her own children how they could recognize Lisa's legacy.

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Just 1 In 4 Young Teens Meet Fitness Guidelines

Posted: 01/08/2014 - The results are based on about 800 kids who self-reported their activity levels and had physical exams as part of the 2012 National Youth Fitness Survey.

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Racism May Cause African-American Men To Age Faster

Posted: 01/08/2014 - Research conducted on African-American men showed that those who experienced the greatest amounts of discrimination and showed the strongest negative attitudes against their own racial group had shorter telomere lengths, a sign of cellular aging.

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Red Light, Green Light: Food Choice Made Easier

Posted: 01/07/2014 - Massachusetts General Hospital's cafeteria got an overhaul. Healthy items were labeled with a "green light," less healthy items were labeled with a "yellow light," and unhealthy items were labeled with a "red light."

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Paleo Diet Ranks Last On Best Diets List

Updated: 01/07/2014 - Followers of the Paleo Diet may go prehistoric on U.S. News & World Report this week. The publication has ranked the controversial diet last on its "Best Diets Overall" list for 2014.

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Kidney Stones: 'Worse Than Childbirth'

Posted: 01/06/2014 - Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos was recently flown off the Galapagos Islands on an Ecuadorian navy helicopter, authorities there said, after the CEO was struck by renal colic .

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Concussion Recovery In Kids May Be Slowed By Homework, Video Games

Updated: 01/06/2014 - Researchers found kids and adolescents who immersed themselves in tasks that required cognitive activity after a concussion -- including homework, video games and reading -- had longer recoveries than young people who limited these types of activities.

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