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    Best known for her Academy Award-winning work as Minny in the 2011 film The Help, Octavia Spencer most recently starred in the 2013 feature Fruitvale Station. This month, her children's book is being published, and next February, Black and White, a Kevin Costner film in which she stars, is due in th

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  3. Taller Women May Face Higher Cancer Odds After Menopause, Study Suggests

    By Alan Mozes HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, July 25 (HealthDay News) -- Sizing up cancer risk after menopause, scientists say taller women may face higher odds of developing a malignancy than their shorter peers. For every height increase of roughly 4 inches, older women faced a 13 percent greater ov

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  4. Chemicals in Cosmetics Tied to Thyroid Problems

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  7. Q & A With Olivia Munn

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  8. 5% of Restroom Patrons Wash Hands Properly: Study

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    By Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, June 7 (HealthDay News) -- Many middle-aged women develop aches and pains and other physical symptoms as a result of chronic stress, according to a decades-long study. Researchers in Sweden examined long-term data collected from about 1,500 women and found

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