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Flu widespread in 48 states, Washington, D.C.


Study: Meds to reverse opioid overdoses may be good 30 years past expiration date
Flu shot proving effective this year
Scientists worry about zombie deer diseases' impact on humans
Most common treatments for AFib
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Health Beat: Nutrition

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Dermatologist: There's a right and wrong way to shower
FDA approves experimental nasal spray to help treat depression
Counseling for pregnant woman at risk for depression
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Aspirin and heart disease
Disability advocates rally in Albany to protect consumer-directed care
Toddlers take time out for yoga
Can you spot a heart attack?
HPV virus could be linked to increased risk of heart disease
Public hearing set on Gov. Cuomo's mental hygiene proposals

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Flu vaccine doing a relatively good job this season

Cancer death racial gap narrows, but still higher for blacks

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Study: Nearly 4+ million adults report misusing prescription opioids

Study: Nearly 4+ million adults report misusing prescription opioids

Study: Couch potatoes may have higher cancer risk

Study: Couch potatoes may have higher cancer risk

Health experts urge girls to get HPV vaccine

In this Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2007 file photo, Lauren Fant, left, winces as she has her third and final application of the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine administered by nurse Stephanie Pearson at a doctor's office in Marietta, Ga.

Study: Rise in long-acting birth control after 2016 election

Study: Rise in long-acting birth control after 2016 election

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