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11 Myths Fertility Doctors Hear

Posted: 04/22/2014 - Many couples spend years trying not to get pregnant, so it's only understandable that they may have a few issues when it comes to trying to have a child.

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Spring Fever? Second Wave Of Flu Season Hits Northeast

Posted: 04/21/2014 - Months ago, the flu season seemed to be winding down. But in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's latest flu update, released Friday, health officials reported widespread flu-like illnesses in six states.

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Makin' Moves Invites You to 4Ward 4K Saturday

Posted: 04/18/2014 - The 4Ward Fitness 4K invites you to have a fund morning of exercise in a non-competitive environment. The event is 8 am Saturday, April 19, at Highland Park High School's track. The event is free.

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Ebola: A Swift, Effective And Bloody Killer

Posted: 04/15/2014 - Ebola incapacitates its victims and kill them quickly, they rarely have a chance to travel and spread the disease beyond their small villages. However, Ebola is in Conakry, the capital city, with two million residents.

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NAMI Walk Raises Money, Awareness

Posted: 04/14/2014 - NAMI Kansas will raise awareness of mental health issues and raise money to support their services with their annual walk May 3 at Gage Park.

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Event Will Help Families With Difficult Decisions - In Advance

Posted: 04/14/2014 - National Health Care Decision Day is observed April 16th. On that day in Topeka, information tables staffed by health professionals will be available from 10 am to 2 pm at the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library as well as inside the main entrance at Stormont-Vail.

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New Drug Offers Promise For Hep C Cure

Posted: 04/10/2014 - Merch reports a 12-week regimen of its new drug therapy -- a compound of MK-5172 and MK-8742v -- has a cure rate of 98 percent.

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Grandma's Brain Benefits From Time With The Little Ones

Posted: 04/09/2014 - A new study finds post-menopausal women who spend time taking care of grandkids lower their risk of developing Alzheimer's disease and other cognitive disorders - as long as it's not too much time!

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Despite Declines, CDC Says Too Many Young Teens Having Babies

Posted: 04/08/2014 - Overall, rate of births per 1,000 teens aged 15 to 17 years declined 63 percent in past two decades from 38.6 in 1991 to 14.1 in 2012, the last year the CDC recorded data on teen births. Still, the CDC is expressing concerns.

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