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Why There's Less Red Meat On Many American Plates

Some 39 percent of Americans polled in a recent survey said they eat less meat now than they did three years ago. Health experts say that's a sign that Americans' attitudes about consuming meat are changing.
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Last Summer's Legionnaire's Scare Doesn't Shutter Condo

A high-rise condominium in Ocean City, Md. remains open despite claims from two unidentified guests that they contracted Legionnaires disease in the building.

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Pieces Of AIDS Quilt Blanket Nation's Capital

Created in 1987, the AIDS Memorial Quilt honors the lives of more than 94,000 people who have died of AIDS. Now, it's celebrating its 25th anniversary in Washington, D.C., with portions of it displayed around the city.

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Can IVF Treatments Reverse A Woman's Biological Clock?

A woman over 40 who uses eggs donated by a younger woman has essentially the same chance of having a baby as she would have had in her 20s. That's according to a large new study that looked at the success rates of multiple IVF treatments for nearly 250,000 women across age groups.
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Medicaid Expansion Goes Overlooked In Supreme Court Anticipation

Specifically, the court has been asked whether the part of the Affordable Care Act that would expand Medicaid to an estimated 17 million more people over the next 10 years is an unconstitutional infringement of states' rights. The court's decision on the health care law is expected Thursday.

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