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10 Habits That Lead to Happiness
Martin Seligman, the father of "positive psychology" said that 60% of happiness is determined by genetic factors as well as by our environment, according to Psychology Today. The rest is in our hands. Although seeking pleasure may be thought to be a goal of happiness, what really seems to be most important is leading a life of engagement and a meaning, says Dr. Abigail Brenner, a leading psychiatrist in private practice. [Full Story]
Virus Engineered to Fight Cancer Tested on First Humans
A small clinical trial of a novel virus engineered to kill cancer cells while boosting the body's immune response began this week. The hope is that the new therapy, which has been shown to shrink cancer cells in animals, will prove to be equally effective in humans. The...... [Full Story]
Jha: Decision on Moderna COVID Shot for Kids Under 5 in Next Few Weeks
White House COVID-19 response coordinator Dr. Ashish Jha said on [Full Story]
What Is Known About the Mysterious Severe Hepatitis Cases in Children
At least 600 children in at least 34 countries have developed cases [Full Story]
Why Americans are Quietly Stockpiling Food
SPONSOR: Due to this crisis, demand for survival food is surging... [Full Story]
10 Habits That Lead to Happiness
Happiness means different things to different people. For some, it [Full Story]
These Healthy Habits Add Years to Your Life, According to New Research
A new study found that by adopting certain lifestyle habits you can [Full Story]
Vision Problems Can Lead to Inaccurate Mental Decline Diagnosis
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Is Ex-President Trump Aware of this Biblical Bombshell?
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CDC Recommends COVID Booster for Children Ages 5 to 11
Kids ages 5 to 11 should get a booster dose of Pfizer's COVID-19 [Full Story]
CDC Advisory Panel Backs COVID Boosters for Ages 5 to 11
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One Teaspoon of This (Before Lunch) Helps Burn Belly Fat Like Crazy!
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CDC: Cases of Mysterious Acute Hepatitis in Kids Keep Rising
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Why is the Media Not Talking About This Recently Released Document?
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Abbott Baby Formula Plant in Michigan on Track to Reopen in 1-2 Weeks
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Study: Playing Video Games Boosts Children's IQ
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Stolen CIA Technology Helps Boost Hearing in Seniors
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Why Monkeypox Cases Are Spreading in Europe, US
A handful of cases of monkeypox have now been reported or are [Full Story]
FDA Approves First Combination At-Home Test For COVID, Flu, RSV
Americans will soon be able to self-test at home to find out whether [Full Story]
Massachusetts Identifies First 2022 US Case of Monkeypox Infection
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health on Wednesday said it [Full Story]
Top COVID Official Warns of Needless Virus Deaths If Funding Stalls
White House COVID-19 response adviser Dr. Ashish Jha reiterated his [Full Story]
CDC: A Third of US Should Consider Wearing Masks Indoors
COVID-19 cases are increasing in the United States - and could get [Full Story]
As COVID Cases Rise, Health Officials Consider Widening Booster Eligibility
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New Study Will Examine Whether Longer Paxlovid Course Needed to Combat Reinfections
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Gene Tests Could Diagnose 1 Million Americans With Inherited Risk for High Cholesterol
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Pediatricians Share Advice on How to Navigate the Baby Formula Shortage
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Pollution Killed 9 Million People Worldwide in 2019
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