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What Trump Voters Think of the Obamacare Replacement Fight

What Trump Voters Think of the Obamacare Replacement Fight

Mar 12
Trump supporters think that Obamacare is a mess. But do they think it needs to be replaced or repealed? Dean Reynolds got different answers from some of President Trump's supporters.

Teens' Brains Prone to Risky Behavior, Study Shows

Mar 10
A new study of more than 5,000 teenagers and young adults from 11 countries confirms adolescent brains are all prone to risk-taking. But acting on it varies.

At-Home Microneedling Tools Attract Fans and Critics

At-Home Microneedling Tools Attract Fans and Critics

Mar 7
Companies are selling at-home microneedling devices, despite concerns from the FDA.

UN Sees Bird Flu Changes but Calls Risk of People Spread Low

UN Sees Bird Flu Changes but Calls Risk of People Spread Low

By Maria Cheng | Mar 3
The World Health Organization says it has noticed mutations in the bird flu virus now spreading in China, but says the risk of the disease spreading easily between people remains low.

Rare Genetic Disorder May Hold the Key for Treating Obesity

Rare Genetic Disorder May Hold the Key for Treating Obesity

Mar 3
For decades, scientists have attempted to develop a drug that could flip off appetites. A woman who suffers from a one-in-a-billion genetic disorder may hold some of the answers.

'Wireless' Tech Brings New Hope for Pacemaker Patients

'Wireless' Tech Brings New Hope for Pacemaker Patients

Feb 28
About 30 percent of people with pacemakers have trouble with their devices. Experts say it's often due to the wires attached to the pacemaker. Now, new "wireless" technology is giving some patients a new lease on life.

Japan Starts Weekend Early to Improve Work-Life Balance

Japan Starts Weekend Early to Improve Work-Life Balance

Feb 27
As the clock reached 3 p.m., about 100 office workers raised champagne glasses in a cafe in the middle of Tokyo's central business district to toast "Premium Friday," a new initiative to promote better work-life balance.

Chemo Cold Caps

Chemo Cold Caps

Feb 19
A pair of new studies on cold cap therapy in the Journal of the American Medical Association gives hope to breast cancer patients.

What's Behind Americans' Hearing Loss?

What's Behind Americans' Hearing Loss?

Feb 12
A new CDC report reveals a surprising number of Americans struggle with hearing loss, and many don't know it.

Mylan CEO on EpiPen Price Hike and Fixing the System

Mylan CEO on EpiPen Price Hike and Fixing the System

Feb 1
Pharmaceutical giant Mylan's EpiPen became the lightning rod for scrutiny, as the life-saving allergy drug's price increased by nearly 500 percent over seven years.

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