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When Heart Attack Strikes, Women Often Hesitate to Call for Help
Women often delay calling for emergency help when heart attack symptoms start, a new study finds.

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FDA Warns of Raw Cookie Dough Dangers
As tempting as it might be to sample some raw dough while you're making a batch of cookies this holiday season, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration warns that the guilty pleasure could make you very sick.

Hidden Dangers in Dust
An antibacterial called triclosan is common in dust and could result in dust-dwelling bacteria becoming antibiotic-resistant, researchers report.

Nose Holds Clues to Baby's First Cold
When a baby starts sniffling and sneezing, the type of bacteria in their nose may predict how long the cold will last, a new study finds.

Could You Be Short on Vitamin D?
You'd think vitamin deficiencies would be rare in the United States, but many people are running low on vitamin D, and it's a serious health threat.

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