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Tech show looks beyond ‘smart,’ to new ‘realities’

by Sophie Estienne / with Rob Lever in Washington SAN FRANCISCO, | AFP | 1/1/2017 – The mega-extravaganza of the tech world in

Scientists identify new organ in humans

A mighty membrane that twists and turns through the gut is starting the new year with a new classification: the structure, called the

Famous artworks showed early signs of disease: study

LONDON | AFP | 12/29/2016 – Brushstrokes in paintings could help early diagnosis of neurodegenerative diseases, according to a study published on Thursday

2017 Begins with Higher Part B Medicare Premium

Medicare: Part B Cost Some people automatically get Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance), and some people need to sign up for

Low iron levels may be linked to hearing loss

by Sara G. Miller, Live Science.com When people have low levels of iron in their blood, they may develop a condition

New Years health resolutions

Gyms see a rise in memberships with the new year

by Tyler Graef It’s the perennial resolution: to get in shape. Post-holiday, pre-swimsuit-season

Astrology and Fruits: What they say about your personality

by Meenakshi Bhattacharjee Thousands of people everyday log on to the web, grab a glossy magazine or flick to the back of a

Synthetic stem cells promise muscle regeneration without cancer risk

by Henry Bodkin Scientists are hailing a pioneering stem cell technique that promises “off-the-shelf” treatment for people with damaged muscles without the existing

The fight to save Medicare and Medicaid begins in January

You’ve heard a lot less from Republicans, including popular vote loser Donald Trump, about plans to privatize Medicare and gut Medicaid

Five tips to stay healthy at the New Year

NEW YORK (AFP/Relaxnews) — At this time of year, when everyone tends to go overboard on fat, sugar and alcohol, it’s