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UCLA Study: BMI Not Accurate Way To Measure Health

WESTWOOD (CBSLA.com) — From an early age, Jeannette DePatie said she was told she was unhealthy simply because her body-mass index said she was overweight. 288 more words

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Zika Virus Vaccine In The Works

As the Zika virus continues to spread, US health officials said they are working on a way to fight it.

The Zika virus is transmitted by mosquitoes and is tied to birth abnormalities in newborns. 157 more words

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CDC Emergency Ops Center Moves To Highest Level Of Activation For Zika Response

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ATLANTA (CBSDFW.COM) – To further enhance its response to the Zika virus outbreak, the CDC’s Emergency Operations Center is moving to a Level 1 activation. 228 more words

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What's In Your Wine? You Might Be Surprised

(CBS) — People have been drinking wine for thousands of years, and today more than 25 percent of us regularly consume wine. That’s almost as much as beer. 450 more words

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App Helps People Navigate Dangerous Allergies

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Engineer and allergy blogger Kim Wilson is the mother of four.

Her oldest has food allergies: dairy, eggs, and peanuts.

“When he was about 8 months old, I think, gave him a spoonful of yogurt, and he reacted immediately. 732 more words

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Football-Inspired Training Exercises for Anyone

The Super Bowl is fun to watch on television, but why not use the big game as inspiration to get into shape?

5NEWS talked with a local football coach about the training exercises he gives his team when they’re not on the field. 384 more words

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Four More Possible Zika Virus Cases Suspected In North Texas

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DALLAS (CBS 11 NEWS) – As many as four more suspected cases of Zika virus fever may be tied to North Texas. 450 more words

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