“I don’t want to lose my life for this,” says an Arkansas woman infected during a weight-loss procedure.

"What we do in the next few years will profoundly affect the next few thousand years," the famed naturalist said.

Fearsome marine predators are preyed upon by thousands of large and small fishing boats in the famed reserve.

  • Adam Popescu
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The president used the cold snap to dismiss climate science.

But lawmakers must review and pass measure a second time before it becomes law.

  • Gwen Filosa
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More effort needed to prevent impaired driving as laws are changed, research suggests.

Some communities are forced to cut back since Beijing curtailed accepting solid waste.

  • Rebecca Beitsch
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3 doctors point out possible negative effects of overusing such diagnostic imaging.

  • Erin Blakemore
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The interactive, multimedia performance provides a sonic exploration of an arachnid’s silken creation.

  • Erin Blakemore
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Reported complications include chronic inflammation, scarring, infection and pain that can resist treatment.

  • Susan Berger
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“This is the first reported case of semen injection for use as a medical treatment,” doctors in Dublin wrote in a case report.

The storm is hindering travel in parts of the Midwest as it moves toward the Northeast this weekend.

  • Corey Williams
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The lack of guidance from the White House on what services can be considered essential has created an opening for politically connected interests, critics said.

The CDC says about 1 in 6 people will develop this illness each year. But there are ways you can avoid it.

  • Linda Searing
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Findings could affect ways to prevent heat injuries and designs of sports clothing.

  • Marlene Cimons
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  • Perspective

Some relatives told me I’d regret it, but breaking off toxic relationships can bring real peace with yourself and true loved ones.

  • Harriet Brown
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In stressful periods, they need such nutrients to maintain muscle mass and other essential physiological functions, experts say.

  • Judith Graham
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Debt, nonstop stress and social media attacks are the main reasons some take their own lives.

  • David Leffler
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The 22 page report to Congress highlighted 53 out of 79 bases exposed to current flooding risk -- but the Defense Department has thousands of installations.

As government workers stay home, the emerald ash borer keeps attacking trees.

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