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Aging, Longevity and Health in the News

Most U.S. beers to get calorie and ingredient labels
The most popular alcoholic beverage in America is about to get all health-conscious: Most beer brewers are voluntarily including freshness dating, calories, nutritional details and an ingredients list on their labels. The goal for brewers and importers is to fasten new labels on all their cans and bottles by the end of 2020, said the Beer Institute. However, the new labels should begin appearing immediately.

Millions of galaxies spotted
Over the last week, new images have granted us exquisite views of the final frontier that is our old, vast and mysterious universe.

Prince Harry follows Diana's footsteps to fight AIDS
In 1987, a photograph of Princess Diana shaking the hand of a man with AIDS helped to break down stigma around the illness. Nearly 30 years later, Prince Harry is highlighting the need to continue fighting the stigma persisting around today's AIDS epidemic, particularly among teenagers.

Are you too old to ride roller coasters?
Some people have to miss the fun at amusement parks because they're too short or too tall, but can you be too old?

Charlize Theron: Racism, homophobia spread HIV
The actress discusses her experiences with HIV/AIDS and why she cares so much about ending the AIDS epidemic, particularly among teenagers.


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Sperm Banks Accused of Losing Samples and Lying About Donors
One lawsuit, by a California woman, claims a Los Angeles fertility center lost her late husband?s banked sperm, denying her the ability to have his children.

Well: Summer Ice Cream Adventures
Reader responses to last week?s Intentional Summer challenge included ice cream made with beer, a cabbage sorbet and a politically minded family holding an ?ice cream nominating convention.?

Trilobites: Old Teeth Tell New Stories About People Who Didn?t Get Enough Sun
Researchers discovered a permanent record of vitamin D deficiency in old teeth that could provide insights on rickets and children?s health today.

The Baton Rouge Gunman and ?Targeted Individuals?
In online posts and videos, Gavin Long interacted with online groups loosely organized around the belief that government agents secretly stalk and harass everyday Americans.

I.V.F. Does Not Raise Breast Cancer Risk, Study Shows
The largest study to date shows little evidence of an increased risk in breast cancer among women who have undergone fertility treatments.

The Dish: Chef Tanya Holland
Chef Tanya Holland's interest in cooking began at a young age, when her parents organized a cooking and dining club with other couples. After earning a Grand Diploma in France and training with some top-ranked chefs, she returned to the U.S. She now has her own restaurant, "Brown Sugar Kitchen" in West Oakland, California, along with numerous awards and honors for her updated, soulful cooking style. Chef Holland joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to share her story and signature dishes.

Drinking alcohol can lead to 7 kinds of cancer
Even moderate drinkers are at greater risk for breast, colon, liver and other cancers, study finds

Menopause study finds different patterns of hot flashes
New research looks at common symptoms in women and who is most likely to get them

Animal shelter uses "Pokemon Go" craze to its advantage
"Pokemon Go" players are walking dogs at an animal shelter to catch a rare specimen.

Here's how long you can work before your brain shuts down
Research shows working killer hours can make some people stupider, especially as we age. Science searches for the magic number

Can I Ever Get Pregnant? Your Questions About Zika
The World Health Organization updated its recommendations on pregnancy, sex and the risk of Zika virus.


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FDA Renews Call to Reduce Salt in Processed Foods
By cutting down on hidden sodium sources, agency hopes to reduce America's overall intake

Women Smokers at Higher Risk for Brain Bleed
'Devastating' hemorrhage often affects younger people, neurologist says

Alzheimer's May Hamper Ability to Perceive Pain
People with the disease, however, don't have higher tolerance for pain, study shows


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Trilobites: Old Teeth Tell New Stories About People Who Didn?t Get Enough Sun
Researchers discovered a permanent record of vitamin D deficiency in old teeth that could provide insights on rickets and children?s health today.

On the Environment: How Markets Can Help Us Adapt to Climate Change
Insurance markets can communicate important information about risk ? unless prevented by well-meaning but harmful regulations.

I.V.F. Does Not Raise Breast Cancer Risk, Study Shows
The largest study to date shows little evidence of an increased risk in breast cancer among women who have undergone fertility treatments.

The New Health Care: Repeat After Me: Cold Does Not Increase Odds of Catching...
Enshrined in the very term we use for rhinovirus, it?s a myth that refuses to go away.



































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