(EXCELSIOR, Minn.) -- As many as five women per day are visiting a Minnesota restaurant that has on its menu a cheeseburger named the "Labor Inducer," according to the restaurant’s co-owner Kelsey Quarberg.Quarberg, who owns The Suburba...

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(NEW YORK) -- As the number of vaping-related illnesses and deaths continues to grow across the country, several of the doctors who first sounded the alarm are tracing the outbreak back to its beginning. A group of physicians at the Children&...

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(NEW YORK) -- By the time Sandra Hoehler was diagnosed with cancer, it was as much a moment of relief as one of fear. Five years earlier, Hoehler, now 38, started experiencing symptoms including a persistent vaginal itch and severe pain that s...

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(NEW YORK) -- “We can’t always choose the music life plays for us, but we can choose how we dance to it.”These words from an unknown source inspire Dancing While Cancering, an organization whose mission is to help children b...

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(NEW YORK) -- Presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., had emergency heart surgery after experiencing chest pain on the campaign trail Tuesday, his campaign said Wednesday.Sanders, who is 78, had two heart stents put in after doctor...

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(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump signed the Autism Collaboration, Accountability, Research, Education and Support Act (CARES) into law Monday, which allocates $1.8 billion in funding over the next five years to help people with autism spectrum...

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(NEW YORK) -- The discrimination experienced by sexual minorities can increase the chance of a heart attack, but support from their father may be an antidote, according to new research from New York University. "Father support mitigates the n...

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(NEW YORK) -- It's the million dollar question that many wonder about but never ask: How much sex is normal in a relationship? It may sound like a topic of discussion in one of Carrie Bradshaw's columns on Sex and the City, but the p...

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(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) -- A 4-year-old cancer patient who lost his hearing during treatment is "overjoyed" to receive his first pair of hearing aids, and you can watch his reaction in a new video."As soon as they put [the hearing aids] in and tur...

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(NEW YORK) -- There's no trophy in parenting.That might seem like an obvious statement but if there really is no trophy, why do moms do so many things they may not even feel strongly about?When Ashley Gibson was giving birth to her th...

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(NEW YORK) -- For people who always run either too hot or too cold -- or sometimes both in a given day -- there's a new gadget on your wrist that can lend a hand.Developed by MIT scientists, the Embr Wave bracelet looks like a typical smart w...

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(DALLAS) -- The first mothers to have babies born from transplanted uteri are opening up about their road to motherhood.Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, Texas, recently announced the births of a third and fourth baby to women who r...

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(NEW YORK) -- It's not the first time researcher Bradley Johnston has had the nutrition community up in arms over his work.Johnston, an epidemiologist at Dalhousie University in Canada, is the lead author of a controversial new set of papers...

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BY: DR. KRISTEN KENDRICK (NEW YORK) -- The T-shirts read "Fight like a girl." But while October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month brings messages of strength and familiar pink ribbons, a...

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