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    Whoever said, "You can have it all -- you just can't have it all at one time," has never met Viola Davis. In the last year alone, the 47-year-old actor has soared professionally and personally. Named one of Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World, she also celebrated two Screen Acto

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  2. Electric Fans May Be Risky in Extreme Heat

    July 12, 2012 -- Already this summer much of the nation has faced record setting, triple-digit heat, and it's only mid-July. Now, as heat waves become more common, a new report questions the safety of a long-relied-upon method for staying cool on sweltering days: the electric fan. While the review f

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  3. Sitting Too Much May Shave Years Off Our Lives

    July 9, 2012 -- Sitting too much is a serious health threat, a new study suggests. But keeping "down time" to less than three hours a day might make us live an extra two years. And cutting TV viewing -- which most of us do while sitting -- to less than two hours every day might extend life by almost

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  4. Fewer Women in 40s Getting Mammograms

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  5. Statins May Work Better in Men Than in Women

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    June 25, 2012 -- Two new lab tests to measure blood levels of vitamin D are inaccurate more than 40% of the time, according to a new study. Researchers say newer tests tend to overestimate the number of people who are deficient in vitamin D, a problem that could cause patients to be anxious about th

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  7. Simple Lifestyle May Limit Exposure to Chemicals

    June 26, 2012 -- Concerned about exposure to the controversial chemical bisphenol A (BPA) and other potentially harmful chemicals in the environment? You may be able to reduce your risks by leading a simpler life in the fashion of the Old Order Mennonite (OOM) community. The Old Order Mennonites are

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  8. Dirtiest Spot in Hotel Rooms

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  9. How Housework Can Hurt a Relationship

    June 13, 2012 -- If a couple doesn't split household chores fairly, it can add strain -- especially for women, a Swedish study shows. But the problem goes beyond the list of chores. It's not so much about who does what, as it is about equality within the relationship. The researchers, based at Swede

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  10. CT Scans, Other Imaging Tests Becoming More Common

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