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The Treadmill Is Back: Workout Tips You Can Use at Home or in the Gym

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- The treadmill is back. The once-monotonous machine is finding its groove again.The machine is making a comeback in fitness classes, and celebrities including Heidi Klum, Shakira and Zoe Saldana are sprinting their way to great shape on treadmills.Fitness experts Anna Kaiser, Alycia Stevenin and David Siik appeared on ABC's Good Morning America Thursday to talk about the benefits of treadmill workouts.Kaiser is a celebrity trainer and founder of AKT InMotion, and her new AKTread puts strength training choreography on the treadmill....
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FBI Investigating Medical Device That Spread Cancer in Some Women">FBI Investigating Medical Device That Spread Cancer in Some Women

Dmitrii Kotin/iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- The FBI is investigating whether Johnson and Johnson was aware that a surgical device it manufactured could spread cancer in the women on whom it is used.Johnson and Johnson is one of the leading manufacturers of the power morcellator -- a surgical device that breaks down growths in the uterus so that they can be easily removed. However, in as many as one out of every 350 cases, an unknown cancer is hidden within growths, and the device could potentially worsen the condition.
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NC Students Stay Home Sick">Mystery Illness Cited as Dozens of NC Students Stay Home Sick

Fuse/Thinkstock(UNION COUNTY, N.C.) -- North Carolina health officials have yet to find an explanation for a mysterious illness suspected of contributing to about one-third of students at an elementary school staying home Friday.Officials said they believe many of the students who were absent stayed home because of the disease that is under investigation.At least 160 students and 11 staff members of the Shiloh Elementary School in Union County, North Carolina, were out Friday, sending officials from the human services department in Union County into action, according...
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Vermont Governor Announces ‘Park Prescription’ Program

carlosbezz/iStock/Thinkstock(WATERBURY, Vt.) -- Everyone knows that "an apple a day keeps the doctor away," but Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin announced on Wednesday a new program that will have doctors prescribing visits to state parks instead of apples.Under the new "Park Prescription" program, doctors all around the state of Vermont will prescribe their patients time outdoors. Those prescriptions, meant to promote healthy lifestyles and prevent chronic health issues, will entitle the patient to free entry at any state park."We all know that one of the best ways...
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