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A controversial new study from Denmark shows a link between circumcision and autism, but other experts pooh-poohed that...
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A measles outbreak that started at Disneyland in California is spreading further across the country and into Mexico as...
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Seattle Children's hallways erupted in cheers and applause this weekend as the Seattle Seahawks played a nail-biter of a...
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Sleep-deprived teenagers find it difficult to focus in class, and they're more likely get sick. They are also more likely to...
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It's been confirmed that a 5-year-old girl from Tacoma died after getting the flu. The strain she caught was H3N2 and she...
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Russell Wilson has long since established himself as the captain of the Seahawks on the field, but now his leadership is...
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Getting a good night's sleep affects so much more than our mood during the day. Poor sleep (even in children) can over time...
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