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Sick and Tired

This disease took actress Jennifer Esposito through the wringer.



The Fight Continues

Why diabetes is still such a huge problem for people of color.



Losing It All

How The Biggest Loser coach Dolvett Quince helps his TV teams drop hundreds of unwanted pounds and win back their self-esteem.



Puff Puff Goes Bye Bye

Will CVS dropping sales of tobacco products cause other chains to do the same?



What's Worst for Kids

Does a parent divorcing, dying, or serving time, hurt children more?



New Findings

Why even dim lighting can affect breast cancer meds.


Quick Question

What country has the largest number of people living with diabetes?



Breaking the Pattern

Men who abuse their intimate partners can change, but there's one key requirement.



Kitchen Talk

Celebrity chef Charles Mattocks is poised to launch a TV show about managing diabetes by cooking and eating healthier meals.



Drug Testing

Is it ever OK to use medications past their expiration dates?



Opposite Reactions

Is there a link between humor and depression?



Knuckling Down

Fist bumps versus handshakes. What's better for health?


Current Issue

Fitness coach Dolvett Quince of The Biggest Loser explains why his 3-1-2-1 diet helped so many overweight contestants on the show pare off the pounds they needed to regain their health and get fit.



Predicting Illness

Scientists are working on a test that may be able to tell if you'll get Alzheimer's disease.



Turn This Off!

Staying tuned into electronic devices may cause you to lose much needed sleep.



Money Waster?

Some docs say most vitamins don't do us one lick of good.



Baby Basics

Parent alert: Why antibiotics shouldn't be automatically prescribed for little ones' ailments.


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