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WASHINGTON (AP) — Don't cry for Henry Kissinger. In an offhand remark Tuesday, President Donald Trump professed concern about the foreign policy maven's health insurance bills. He was stretching to make a point about "Obamacare." Here's a look at Trump's comments on that matter...
LONDON (AP) — While the obesity rate among children in rich countries may have peaked, kids in developing countries are increasingly putting on unhealthy pounds, according to research released Tuesday. Globally, more children are still underweight rather than obese although the...
LONDON (AP) — New research published Tuesday finds that while the obesity rate among children in rich countries may have peaked, kids in developing countries are increasingly putting on unhealthy pounds. Globally, more children are still underweight rather than obese although...
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) — First lady Melania Trump offered her support to those dealing with the nation's opioid epidemic while touring a drug recovery center for infants Tuesday in West Virginia, the state with the highest rate of babies born dependent on drugs. Lily's Place,...
The White House is working on a plan that could bring more health insurance choices and cheaper options to people buying individual and small business coverage. But the bill for this might be paid by the sick. Senior administration officials have said President Donald Trump is...
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) — First lady Melania Trump has toured a West Virginia drug addiction recovery center for infants in the heart of the nation's opioid epidemic. Trump visited Lily's Place in Huntington on Tuesday. The nonprofit facility, the first of its kind in the nation...
THAINGKHALI, Bangladesh (AP) — U.N. agencies say they have begun a massive cholera immunization campaign to stem a possible outbreak of the water-borne disease among more than a half million Rohingya Muslims who have fled violence in Myanmar to neighboring Bangladesh. No cases...
BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — Pledges by college students to eschew drugs and alcohol are old hat. Now they're meditating, working out, practicing yoga, eating healthfully, and at least one school, the University of Vermont, it has become a bona fide lifestyle. In UVM's Wellness...
BURLINGTON, Vt. (AP) — Pledges by college students to abstain from drugs and alcohol are nothing new. Now some students are meditating, working out, practicing yoga, eating healthfully. And at the University of Vermont it's become a bona fide lifestyle. In UVM's Wellness...