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Scrapbooks Keep Memories Safe From Alzheimer's

Scrapbooks Keep Memories Safe From Alzheimer's

Aug 21
Anne and Bruce Hunt, both 82, are obsessed with recording their own history, constantly adding photos and documents to family albums that date back 50 years. Their act of keeping memories alive is now a race against time.

Europe Sees Sharp Rise in Measles with 41,000 Cases

Europe Sees Sharp Rise in Measles with 41,000 Cases

Aug 21
The World Health Organization says the number of measles cases in Europe jumped sharply during the first six months of 2018 and at least 37 people have died.

Hollywood Elite Ditch Coffee for Healthy Bone Broth

Hollywood Elite Ditch Coffee for Healthy Bone Broth

Aug 21
Catwalk fashionistas and Hollywood royalty are ditching their morning coffee for bone borth thanks to the vitamins and minerals it contains.

Watch: Emotional Gigi Gorgeous Discusses Transgender Pregnancy

Watch: Emotional Gigi Gorgeous Discusses Transgender Pregnancy

Aug 21
Gigi opens up about her desire to have children as a transgender woman and also a subject she has shied away from in the past, sexual confirmation surgery.

3 New Approaches to Autism Revealed

3 New Approaches to Autism Revealed

Aug 20
The painful truth, right now, is that we can't solve autism. So how we can better support children with autism and their families today?

Study Reveals Blood Test and New Treatment for Depression

Study Reveals Blood Test and New Treatment for Depression

Aug 20
A major new study by investigators with the Hope for Depression Research Foundation at Rockefeller University shows definitive proof in humans that low blood levels of a naturally-occurring substance, Acetyl-L-Carnitine, can diagnose depression.

Officials Remove Special Rules for Gene Therapy Experiments

Officials Remove Special Rules for Gene Therapy Experiments

By Marilynn Marchione | Aug 17
U.S. health officials are eliminating special regulations for gene therapy experiments, saying that what was once exotic science is quickly becoming an established form of medical care with no extraordinary risks.

Sad After Sex? It's Not Uncommon

Sad After Sex? It's Not Uncommon

Aug 16
A new report on Postcoital Dysphoria (PCD) shows that the phenomenon, involving sadness after sex, is not uncommon in men.

Unhealthy Smoky Air Blankets Northwest

Unhealthy Smoky Air Blankets Northwest

Aug 16
Unhealthy air filled with smoke from wildfires blanketed the Northwest again on Wednesday. Washington state had the worst air quality in the country, according to the National Weather Service.

Celebs Join Lineup for 'Stand Up to Cancer' Telethon

Celebs Join Lineup for 'Stand Up to Cancer' Telethon

Aug 16
Reese Witherspoon, Mahershala Ali and Keith Urban are among the stars joining the sixth Stand Up To Cancer telethon.

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