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It’s Time to Rethink These Breast Cancer Myths

Too many myths exist about the risk, contraction and treatment of breast cancer. It's time to put five of them to rest.

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Keep Calm And Get Your Trick Or Treat On!

The Morning Buzz and B98.5 are witching you a very haunted Halloween.  With all the excitement that comes with Trick or Treating, we want you to remember to be safe.  Here are a few tips from the CDC that you should use while you are out and about this evening.

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What Would You Do If You Knew You Were Dying Tomorrow?

Brittany Maynard has recently shared her story about suffering from terminal brain cancer.  After being diagnosed on January 1, 2014, she was informed she only had less than a year to survive.  Worried about the pain and suffering she would endure in her final months, she moved to a state that had the Death with Dignity law.  Brittany has chosen November 1, 2014 to die.

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Category: Health, Lifestyle
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Warning: That Ebola Cure You Found Online Isn’t an Ebola Cure

While there are companies pedaling them, there are no legitimate cures for Ebola to be found online.

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Category: Health
Mike Stone, Getty Images
Mike Stone, Getty Images

Question Of The Day: Should Kaci Hickox Abide To A 21-Day Quarantine?

The Fort Kent nurse, Kaci Hickox, who had treated Ebola patients in West Africa has returned to Maine. She had been kept in isolation in New Jersey upon her return to the United States until New Jersey Governor Chris Christie agreed to allow the nurse to return home.

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8 Tips for Talking to Someone With Breast Cancer

These eight tips could help you talk to a relative, friend or co-worker who’s dealing with some tough news.

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If You’re in Your Golden Years, It’s Time to Drink Up to Remember

A new study has shown that, in older adults, moderate alcohol consumption can improve or preserve memory.

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Category: Health

Maine CDC Launches Ebola Website

The Maine Center for Disease Control has launched a new website focused on the Ebola virus. Dr. Sheila Pinette of the CDC says the hope is that the site will educate Mainers about the virus and allay some fears.

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Craig Spencer

Doctor in New York City Tests Positive for Ebola

On Thursday night, officials announced the first case of Ebola to hit New York City.

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Category: Health, News
Duke Medicine, YouTube

Watch Blind Man See Again Thanks to Amazing Technology

Talk about advances in medicine.

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Category: Health, Technology

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