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Your toothbrush is probably more disgusting than you thought — here's how often you should replace it

How often to change your brush depends on how often you use it, but it should go when bristles start to bend. Storing it upright helps prevent bacteria...

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Do lobsters feel pain?

The Swiss government has ruled that lobsters must be stunned before they are killed, though the research on whether lobsters feel pain or not is still...

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An Apollo astronaut explains what riding aboard SpaceX's first moon mission might be like

Elon Musk may launch two people around the moon with SpaceX's new Falcon Heavy rocket. Here's what Apollo astronaut Jim Lovell says the experience may be like.

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A psychological ailment called 'hikikomori' is imprisoning 500,000 Japanese people in their homes — and it's more of a threat than ever

People with the condition, which leaves people reclusive and incapable, are getting older and staying inside longer — a big worry for the country's...

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Trump wants to make nuclear weapons easier to use — and that should frighten everyone

A document leaked to HuffPost reveals that the Trump administration is pushing for "low-yield" nukes, a move that may spur the proliferation of atomic weapons.

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Marijuana legalization could inject over $130 billion into US tax coffers by 2025 — if the Trump administration stays hands-off

The cannabis industry could be a federal tax windfall — provided the Trump Administration doesn't stamp it out.

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A strange diet is designed to slow aging by mimicking fasting — but you can eat normally most of the time

Evidence suggests fasting could help prevent aging. One researcher says the fasting-mimicking diet offers similar benefits with fewer restrictions.

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'We'd love to use the cash': Big pharma's getting ready to spend tax reform dollars on big deals

BI PRIME: There's a lot of anticipation for big-ticket pharmaceutical mergers and acquisitions to take off in 2018 as tax reform allows companies to...

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DIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: MEDITECH taps Arcadia to strengthen EHR offering — VA awards 1Vision $260 million telehealth deal — UnitedHealthcare, Dexcom tackle diabetes management

MEDITECH is collaborating with Arcadia Healthcare Solutions to strengthen its population health management offering by integrating new data into its EHR...

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Meditation is taking over Wall Street and Silicon Valley — here's how to start a daily habit

Meditation may be trendy, but that may detract from the fact it's a scientifically proven healthy habit. Getting started is easier than you may think.

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Here's the evidence Apple shareholders used to show that smartphones are addictive for kids

A growing body of research has found kids are particularly vulnerable to overuse of smartphones and other devices.

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People are stockpiling special pills to guard against radioactive fallout — but here's what you actually need in a nuclear survival kit

People anxious about a North Korean or terrorist nuclear explosion are buying up potassium iodide pills, but the supplement has an extremely limited use.

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McDonald’s is making a big change to its soft drinks in 2018

For years, McDonald's has used foam cups for super-sized sodas. But that's about to change in 2018 due to environmental concerns.

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Trump's tweets are making people so worried about nuclear war that sales of an anti-radiation drug have skyrocketed

Trump's back and forth with North Korea's Kim Jong Un has made people so anxious about nuclear war that they are buying tons of anti-radiation medication.

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These inventions will help save the earth

Reusing garbage, reducing ocean pollution, and being biodegradable are ways these inventions are saving the planet.

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At least 17 people have been killed by extreme mudslides in California — here's why the situation has gotten so deadly

Eight people are still missing as of Thursday morning. The mudslides have to do with the fires that ravaged Santa Barbara County in December.

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The Trump Administration has been quietly removing content from federal websites — here's the before and after

From the Environmental Protection Agency to the State Department, government agencies have washed away references to climate change since Trump took office.

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Trump inexplicably exempted Florida from the massive offshore drilling overhaul, and some of his fiercest allies are pushing back

Republicans in states like South Carolina and North Carolina are not pleased with Florida's exemption from Trump's new plan to expand offshore drilling.

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Why you shouldn't rely on counting calories to lose weight

Eran Segal from the Weizmann Institute of Science explains why you shouldn't rely on counting calories.

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The Trump administration has relaxed school lunch nutrition rules — here's what kids can now eat

US students had been adjusting to healthier school lunches. Now the USDA is reversing course, giving them more sugar and fewer whole grains.

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The Vermont Senate just passed a bill legalizing cannabis — a rebuke to Jeff Sessions' crackdown on marijuana

Vermont will become the first state to legalize recreational marijuana through a legislative act, once Gov. Phil Scott signs the bill into law.

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The 25 best high-paying jobs in America for 2018

Of the jobs that offer the best prospects, stress levels, and work-life balance, these are also the highest-paying.

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A study of 50,000 people is the best evidence yet that personality changes throughout your life

A new analysis of 14 studies comprising 50,000 people may provide the best evidence yet that personality is not fixed through life.

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The Trump administration is removing Florida from its offshore drilling plan because the state is 'obviously unique' — and other coastal states are furious

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said Florida is a "unique" coastal state, and should be exempt from a new deal to open up US waters to offshore drilling.

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Dubai is getting these stunning $23 million floating villas that can withstand sea level rise

Waterstudio, a Dutch architecture firm known for is floating structures, designed 33 private villas on artificial islands off the coast of Dubai.

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The first female big pharma CEO had the perfect response to a question about women in leadership

GlaxoSmithKline CEO Emma Walmsley made history in 2017, when she became the first woman to head up a major pharmaceutical company.

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What happens to your body when you stop exercising

Your body takes a dramatic turn as you start lounging on the couch.

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MORGAN STANLEY: Bitcoin could use more energy than Argentina this year

Bitcoin mining could use more electricity in 2018 than Argentina, Morgan Stanley said in a note to clients Wednesday. It could also use more energy t...

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