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  • Ryan Reynolds Shares The Moments That 'Crush' Him As A Parent

    February 7, 2017 6:06 PM 27

    Reynolds has two daughters with his wife, Blake Lively. The actor spoke about his parenting experience last week while at Harvard University to accept the The Hasty Pudding Theatricals 2017 Man of the Year award. “Just seeing my older daughter be so infatuated with our younger daughter, who’s 4 months old,” he said. “Seeing her kiss her and hug her and hold her and do all those

  • How This Crocheted Octopus Is Changing The Lives Of Preemies

    February 6, 2017 9:12 PM 26

    The octopus' arms could remind babies of the umbilical cord and comfort them. A hospital in England has changed the lives of its preemie patients with help from some crocheted octopus friends. In November, Poole Hospital in Dorset, England, announced in a press release that its preemies were seeing beneficial effects from simply cuddling a crocheted

  • Marital status linked to health in postmenopausal women

    February 6, 2017 8:04 PM 23

    A new study has found health factors in postmenopausal women may be affected by marriage or divorce. Feb. 6 (UPI) -- Researchers have found that health measures such as body mass index, or BMI, and blood pressure can be impacted by changes in marital status in postmenopausal women. The study analyzed data from more than 79,000 postmenopausal women who participated

  • Hospitals Fear Changes to Health Law, Press GOP on Revenue Concerns

    February 6, 2017 7:21 PM 2

    Institutions are keen to restore billions in payments they lost when Affordable Care Act took force Hospital executives are descending on Washington with a message: They are concerned about losing insured patients and revenue under any plan to dismantle or significantly alter the Affordable Care Act. In a flurry of recent meetings, the executives have told lawmakers

  • Locals celebrate ‘Wear Red Day’

    February 6, 2017 2:42 PM 18

    With Valentine’s Day around the corner, it isn’t uncommon to see pink and red hearts everywhere, but the heart that really matters is one that is carried throughout the year. National Wear Red Day was first observed in 2002 to bring national attention to heart disease as the number one killer of women and to raise awareness for women’s heart health

  • Subway Riders Scrub Anti-Semitic Graffiti, as ‘Decent Human Beings’

    February 5, 2017 5:04 PM 24

    Returning home on Saturday night after a dinner in Manhattan with some longtime friends, Gregory Locke boarded a No. 1 train and was confronted with an ugly sight. The car’s windows and posters were covered in anti-Semitic graffiti, according to accounts from Mr. Locke and another passenger in the car, Jared Nied. Messages like “Jews belong in the oven” and “destroy

  • Minnesota Gov. Dayton not waiting to start cancer treatment

    February 4, 2017 4:21 PM 25

    ST. PAUL, Minn. — Gov. Mark Dayton says he plans to begin treatment for prostate cancer as soon as possible. The Democratic governor revealed his diagnosis last week, a day after collapsing during his State of the State address. A Mayo Clinic spokesman says Dayton’s cancer hasn’t spread beyond his prostate and that it is curable. Dayton was upbeat while

  • 130-pound tumor removed from man

    February 4, 2017 1:54 AM 14

    A Mississippi man is recovering after doctors removed a tumor that had grown to the size of a person over a 15-year time span. Roger Logan, 57, spent most of his time confined to an electric chair in an eight-foot room due to a growth protruding from his abdomen. “Never, never leaving that room. Never leaving that chair,” Logan said. “They said ‘It’s

  • ‘Obamacare’ sign-ups show slippage in Trump era

    February 3, 2017 10:59 PM 29

    WASHINGTON — Facing higher premiums, less choice and a last-minute advertising pullback, fewer people signed up for coverage this year through, according to data from a preliminary government report Friday. About 9.2 million people signed up through, the insurance marketplace serving most states, said the Health and Human

  • 9 Things Twins Are Really Sick Of Hearing

    February 1, 2017 11:50 PM 24

    If you have a twin, you know that people tend to have a lot of pressing questions about the whole experience. (At this point, when someone asks “can you feel each other’s pain?” you have a canned response ready to go.) In the BBC Three video above, three sets of twins share some of the most common remarks they get from people, like “Which one are you?” “Even our dad still