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Too Tired for Sex? You’re Not Alone

African-Americans and Hispanics are 10 times more likely to report having sex about every night than Asians, who seem to get the best sleep, according to a new poll by the National Sleep Foundation.

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Too Tired for Sex? You’re Not Alone

Fox on Sex: What’s Your Sexual Style?

The harsh reality is that not all sex is good sex. So how do you achieve good sex? By finding out your couple sexual style

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Fox on Sex: What’s Your Sexual Style?

Drinking Coffee Decreases Chance of Heart Problems

Although an extra cup of coffee may make you feel like your heart is racing, researchers have found that drinking more coffee on a daily basis reduces your chances of dangerous irregular heartbeat, Bloomberg reported.

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Happy People Talk More, and With More Substance

Happy people tend to talk more than unhappy people, but when they do, it tends to be less small talk and more substance, a new study finds.

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2-year-old Girl Treats Skin Disease with Tanning Bed

A 2-year-old girl in Britain who is suffering from a rare skin disease that causes blistering all over her body is fighting it by spending time in a tanning bed, the Daily Mail reported.

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Tanning Bed Used to Treat 2-Year-Old’s Skin Disease

A 2-year-old girl in Britain who is suffering from a rare skin disease that causes blistering all over her body is fighting it by spending time in a tanning bed, the Daily Mail reported.

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Travelers From Haiti Bringing Malaria to U.S.

Health experts watching for signs of a malaria outbreak have noticed several cases of the mosquito-borne disease among people traveling back from Haiti, where an earthquake in January killed as many as 300,000 people.

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Let’s Get Dirty: 5 Ways to Talk Your Way Through Sex

Many people love to hear naughty words whispered in their ear, but if you don’t know where to start, it can be difficult. Here’s how to start

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Let’s Get Dirty: 5 Ways to Talk Your Way Through Sex

Scientists Discover Secret to Hangover-Free Drinking

The dreaded morning-after feeling could be a thing of the past after scientists in Korea came up with a technique that allows drinkers to avoid a hangover, Sky News reported Thursday.

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Baby Dies While Parents Raise Virtual Daughter Online

A Korean couple addicted to computer games let their real-life baby starve to death while raising a virtual daughter online, police said Thursday.

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Fake Weed Causing Hallucinations in Teens

Teens are getting high on an emerging drug called “fake weed,” a concoction also known as K2 and “spice” that is also causing hallucinations, vomiting, agitation and other dangerous effects.

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First U.S. Amputee Woman Gets Successful Hand Transplant

A retired Air Force master sergeant in Texas is the first U.S. woman to successfully receive a hand transplant to replace the hand she lost nine years ago to a package bomb explosion at Lackland Air Force Base, TX.

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Hospital Suspends Heart Surgery After the Deaths of 4 Kids

An Oxford hospital has suspended child cardiac surgery pending the results of an external investigation into the deaths of four children over the past three months.

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Patients Try to Keep Appointments With Jailed Doc

Patients of a northern Kentucky psychiatrist jailed on a charge he stabbed a woman with a sword have tried to keep appointments with him in jail.

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New Gene Test May Help You Pick Your Diet

Can’t lose weight on a low-fat diet? Maybe you need to cut carbs instead, and a new genetic test may point the way, maker Interleukin Genetics Inc reported on Wednesday.

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FDA Cracks Down on Misleading Food Labeling

The Food and Drug Administration is cracking down on baby food manufacturers and other companies for misleading nutrition labeling on their products, the beginning of a larger effort to set stricter standards for the labels.

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15 states, DC Named ‘Race to the Top’ Education Finalists

The U.S. Department of Education named 16 finalists Thursday in the first round of its “Race to the Top” competition, which will deliver $4.35 billion in school reform grants.

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Cops Escort Woman Through Storm for Life-Saving Transplant

For more than a year, Maryann Steinbock waited for a new liver. Then, last Friday, the Long Island, N.Y. woman got the call. A compatible liver was available from Buffalo.

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‘Smoking Killed Me’ Sign Placed on Hearse, Grave

A smoker who died after battling emphysema has had his dying wish granted with the placement of a “Smoking killed me” sign on his hearse and his grave.

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