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Posted: 11:35 AM - ASMR is a form of meditation that does much more than just relax and focus.

Updated: 04/16/2019 - Since the beginning of 2019, 555 cases of measles have been confirmed in the United States, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Posted: 04/09/2019 - The American College of Physicians recommends the majority of women get a mammogram every other year beginning at age 50 and younger women should speak to their doctors about the benefits.

Updated: 04/05/2019 - A new study shows researchers have been able to prevent transmission of hepatitis C by treating heart and lung transplant patients with antiviral medications.

Updated: 04/02/2019 - A team that began at the University of Central Florida is working to make bionic prosthetics available for parents of children with congenital limb difference.

Updated: 03/29/2019 - Students at Valdosta State University got a 'fresh check' in the fight to end the stigma of mental illness.

Updated: 03/27/2019 - Three young women who have managed the disease since childhood are now dedicating their lives to helping families dealing with diabetes.

Updated: 03/26/2019 - State lawmakers are asking for more resources to be devoted to mental health after two Parkland survivors committed suicide in the last week.

Updated: 03/21/2019 - Results from a study show one particular surgical treatment may become the first line of defense when it comes to treating one of Parkinson’s most common symptoms.

Updated: 03/14/2019 - Delayed-onset muscle soreness is the pain you feel after a new or more difficult workout. While it is typically not serious, it can put a dent in your exercise plan.