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Three coffees a day linked more to health than harm, scientists say
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People who drink three to four cups of coffee a day are more likely to see health benefits than harm, experiencing lower risks of premature death and heart disease than those who abstain, scientists said Wednesday. A team which collated the findings of ...
Coffee Brings More Health Than Harm, Study FindsForbes
Three coffees a day linked to range of health benefits, study saysCNBC
Three cups of coffee a day 'may have health benefits'BBC News
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Dolly the sheep health fears 'unfounded'
BBC News
Dolly, the first mammal cloned from an adult cell, made countless headlines during her lifetime. She came under close scrutiny, due to fears that cloned animals might develop health problems or age prematurely. Researchers at the University of ...
Dolly the Sheep: Skeleton of Famous Clone Reveals Arthritis Health Fears Were UnfoundedNewsweek

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Displaced Puerto Ricans face obstacles getting health care
CNNMoney
The federal government has granted people affected by the devastating hurricanes that wracked coastal states and Puerto Rico 15 extra days to sign up for health coverage under the Affordable Care Act. But Puerto Ricans who fled to the mainland after ...

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FactCheck.org

Cassidy's Health Care Premium Spin
FactCheck.org
Sen. Bill Cassidy claims he has a way to prevent the Senate tax plan from raising health insurance premiums. He doesn't. In an interview with Fox News' Neil Cavuto, the Louisiana Republican acknowledged that some in his party — including Sen.



Buffalo News

WNY Refresh family, health and wellness events, Nov. 25-Dec. 2
Buffalo News
Mental health panel discussion. “A Conversation about Mental Health,” featuring three speakers who will share personal experiences about bipolar disorder, 7 to 8:30 p.m. Friday, Museum of disABILITY History, 3826 Main St. Panelists include former NFL ...



CBS News

Doctors reveal North Korean defector's grim health
CBS News
The North Korean regime of Kim Jong Un has not said anything about the dramatic escape of one of its soldiers, who ran across the border into South Korea. Most North Korean defectors head north and cross the border into China. Trying to escape by ...

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Atlanta Journal Constitution

Cinnamon Has a Surprising Health Benefit
TIME
If you love cinnamon, add an extra shake to your next meal: new research shows that the popular spice boosts metabolism in mouse and human fat cells. In the new study, published in the journal Metabolism, researchers from the University of Michigan ...
Cinnamon turns up the heat on fat cells | University of Michigan NewsUniversity of Michigan News
Adipocyte - WikipediaWikipedia
Cinnamaldehyde induces fat cell-autonomous thermogenesis and metabolic reprogramming - Metabolism - Clinical ...Metabolism - Clinical and Experimental
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Greenville News

Greenville Health System, Palmetto Health want to refinance $1.5 billion in debt
Greenville News
South Carolina's largest healthcare conglomerate, a yet-to-be-named entity that includes Greenville Health System and Palmetto Health, wants to consolidate $1.5 billion in existing debt from nine hospitals as part of the new partnership between the ...



ANALYSIS: Health care should be a right, but the US doesn't have a 'system'
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Is health care a privilege or a right? That may be the most contentious question in the whole health care debate. When he was president, George W. Bush felt the need to address this question by saying that we have universal care in this country because ...

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Helena Independent Record

ACA health care sign ups are running smoothly so far in Montana
Helena Independent Record
The Healthcare.gov website is seen on a computer screen Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017, in Washington. The Trump administration says consumers can start previewing plans and premiums online for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act in 2018.
Skinny' health plans confuse consumersNBCNews.com
Will Cutting the Health Mandate Pay for Tax Cuts? Not NecessarilyNew York Times
Alaskan senator supports free choice for health careFairbanks Daily News-Miner

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