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How Can you Make Healthy Food Resolutions Really Stick?

If we’re pledging to make better food choices, which strategies can help us stick with them?

The Dark Side of Supportive Relationships

Do you want a partner who unconditionally has your back, or one who plays devil’s advocate?

Is the Stethoscope dying? High-tech Rivals Pose a Threat

Two centuries after its invention, the stethoscope is facing an uncertain prognosis.

Smoking Pot vs. Tobacco: What Science Says

As more states make it legal to smoke marijuana,officials, researchers and others worry.

Shopping to Reduce Food Waste is Easy on the Wallet Too

There are two key things to do: Eat what you have, and buy only what you need.

Alcohol’s Health Benefits Hard to Prove, Harms Easy to Document

Alcohol is the most widely used drug in the world, including in the United States.

Breastfeeding, the Best Public Health Policy throughout History

Breastfeeding has long been the gold standard for infant nutrition. Why does breastfeeding matters?

Why Do People Risk their Lives for the Perfect Selfie?

People have been wounded and have even died trying to take selfies. Animals and heights pose danger and have resulted in selfie fatalities. Then, why do people risk their lives?

More Kids Have Autism, Better Diagnosis May Be the Reason

The government estimates that autism is becoming more common and some experts think it can be largely explained by better diagnosing of minority children.

Blood Test May Help Predict Which Breast Cancers Will Recur

A blood test five years after breast cancer treatment helped identify some women who were more likely to relapse, long before a lump or other signs appeared
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COVID-19 Turns Bustling Art Deco District into Desserted Streets

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74,000 Floridians Seek Benefits, Critics Demand Reform

More than 74,000 Floridians applied for unemployment benefits last week.

Florida’s Number of Coronavirus Cases Jumps Sharply

More than 2,350 people had tested positive for the new virus, a 35% increase from Wednesday’s total.

Coronavirus Halts Brightline Service in South Florida

The high-speed train runs between Miami and West Palm Beach with a stop in Fort Lauderdale.

US Indicts Venezuela’s Maduro on Narcoterrorism Charges

The Justice Department charged him and his inner circle with several indictments.