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Lawyers: Criminal Probe Targets Egg Magnate, Aides for 2010 Outbreak

Posted: 05/16/2012 - Lawyers representing a disgraced egg industry magnate, his son and one of their company's financial officers say their clients are potential targets of a criminal investigation into the 2010 salmonella outbreak that sickened thousands of Americans and led to a massive recall of their products.

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Addiction Series: Love/Relationship Addiction

Posted: 05/16/2012 - Throughout this addiction series, therapist Michele Happe says addicts find something to fill the void they feel inside. As the series continues, Happe says some addicts fill the void with a person.

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Addiction Series: Shopping Addiction

Posted: 05/16/2012 - The addiction series continues on KOLO 8 News Now. Experts say "shopoholism" affects many people and can destroy relationships, drain your savings and get you in trouble with the law.

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More U.S. Adults Sleepwalking

Posted: 05/15/2012 - More American adults say they have problems with sleepwalking. That's the headline of a new study by Stanford University.

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President to Meet a Resident Who is Not Necessarily a Supporter

Posted: 05/14/2012 - Every once in a while an average American gets to do something extraordinary. Today is one of those days. And days like this are likely to become more frequent as the presidential campaigns make an effort to appear in-touch with average Americans. Sometimes it doesn't always turn out as planned.

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Lips Read for Woman With Flesh-Eating Disease

Updated: 05/14/2012 - The parents of a young Georgia woman battling a flesh-eating bacterial infection say they've learned to read lips and are now able to communicate with their daughter.

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Addiction Series: Fitness Addiction

Updated: 05/14/2012 - Addictions can consume people's lives. But there are some addictions many people struggle with you may have never thought of.

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Advocates: HIV Prevention Pill Could Save Lives

Posted: 05/11/2012 - A pill to prevent HIV infection is already being given to some healthy people, but without government approval, it remains out of reach and too costly for many who need it.

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Dr. Oz Challenge: Vote For Stella!

Updated: 05/08/2012 - Recent numbers show two-thirds of adults in this county are overweight or obese. Dr. Oz has tried to stem the tide with his “Transformation Nation” where he encouraged viewers to lead a healthier lifestyle.

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FDA Favors First Drug for HIV Prevention

Posted: 05/08/2012 - Federal drug regulators are affirming that a landmark study showing that a popular HIV-fighting pill already on the market can also help people avoid contracting the virus that causes AIDS in the first place.

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Breast Cancer is Rare in Men, But They Fare Worse

Updated: 05/04/2012 - Men rarely get breast cancer, but those who do often don't survive as long as women, largely because they don't even realize they can get it and are slow to recognize the warning signs, researchers say.

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The Beauty Of Botox

Updated: 05/03/2012 - Botulinum Toxin Type A or more commony known as Botox is a $1.6 Billion Dollar Industry. You most likely hear of its role in cosmetic procedures. But that’s only half of what this toxin is used for. If you suffer from migraines, lower back pain, even a leaky bladder, you may benefit from Botox Injections. It could just be called “The Beauty of Botox.”

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Do You Know What is in Your Cosmetics?

Updated: 04/30/2012 - The average woman applies 12 beauty products to her body every day. 120 chemicals for men, its 6 cosmetics, and 80 chemicals and few, people think much about what's in them.

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UN: World Failing to Meet HIV/AIDS Goals

Posted: 04/30/2012 - U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says the world is falling behind in its pledge to sharply reduce HIV/AIDS infections and improve treatment.

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Cell Phones and Cancer?

Updated: 04/29/2012 - A major safety review, UK Health Protection Agency says there is still no evidence linking cell phone use to cancer. British Scientists looked at hundreds of studies from the past 15 years. They say there's no definite links of cellphone use to cancer risk, brain function or infertility. But-scientists say more study is needed to determine the potential long-term effects.

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