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Researchers Link Heading In Soccer to Degenerative Brain Disease

Researchers have linked soccer and brain disease. They say a move that many kids do on the field could contribute to lasting injuries. CTE is a degenerative brain disease linked to repeated blows to the […]

03/10/2014

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Do You Know The Warning Signs Of Huffing?

Aria Doherty, 13, was a straight A student. On Monday evening, her sister found her dead in her bedroom — by her side, a can of aerosol keyboard cleaner. Doherty was apparently killed by an overdose […]

03/10/2014

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Perfume: Don’t Buy The Fake Cheap Stuff

Whether you’re buying a romantic gift for your loved one, or just improving your personal scent, experts say to be careful where you buy your perfume. A sweet smell turned sour for Carol Goldich. She […]

02/23/2014

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Eco-Psychology: Mother Nature Heals

Eco-Psychology – a fancy term for getting outside, even when its wet and cold, taking in the beauty of the Cascades or Seward Park or Mount Pilchuk, and subsequently feeling better emotionally. Scientists say nature […]

02/23/2014

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Living In Cold Climates May Make You Fat!

It’s yet another reason to dislike the cold if you don’t already. UC Berkeley and University of Arizona researchers say people who live in the Northern Hemisphere are fatter because of the cold climate — […]

02/23/2014

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Stand, Don’t Sit, At Work

Take a stand for your health — literally. Doctors are urging the millions of people who work at a desk all day to stand up or walk around the office. As CBS 2′s Dr. Max […]

02/18/2014

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Kids Continue To Pound Back The Caffeine

Approximately 75 percent of U.S. kids and young adults consume at least some caffeine on a daily basis. The numbers haven’t budged over a decade, despite soda use declining. Instead, energy drinks are becoming the […]

02/18/2014

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Many Women Unaware Of Heart Disease’s Threat

Only one in five women are aware that heart disease is their greatest health threat, but new campaigns like Go Red for women are trying to get the message out that it’s the number one […]

02/18/2014

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Be A Giver: Puget Sound Blood Center

Want to  help out your fellow man and woman and child? Get poked – by a very unobtrusive needle at the Puget Sound Blood Center nearest you. The pint you give will save a life […]

02/10/2014

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