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Opioid painkiller prescriptions may run in families
When one person in a household gets prescribed opioids, the other people who live with them are more likely to get their own prescriptions for these narcotic painkillers, a U.S. study suggests.

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10-year-old recovering from multi-organ transplant surgery
A 10-year-old boy is hoping to be home in time to celebrate Christmas with his new family after undergoing a multi-organ transplant that was eight years in the making.

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Boy battling brain tumor gets special tour of John Deere factory
An 11-year-old boy with an inoperable brain tumor was able to take a break from the hospital last week to spend time at the John Deere Harvester Works factory in Illinois.

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'Elf on the Shelf' undergoes emergency surgery after dog attack
A Florida family's beloved “Elf on a Shelf” is back to his mischievous ways thanks to the work of surgeons at Orlando Health.

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8 reasons why your wound won't heal
Like a lot of other good things in life, wound-healing is a process.

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Baby milk maker orders global recall over salmonella fears
Baby milk maker Lactalis and French authorities have ordered a global recall of millions of products over fears of salmonella bacteria contamination.

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How to stay calm through the holidays
Holidays are filled with shopping, festive gatherings, and an unhealthy amount of stress. But there are ways to get around all that extra stress. Fox News' Dr. Manny Alvarez sits down with two health experts to discuss how you cut back on holiday stressors and take a "less is more" approach.

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Goodell surprises terminally ill NY volunteer firefighter with Super Bowl tickets
A volunteer firefighter in New York for more than 40 years battling Stage 4 brain cancer got a shot at his bucket list Sunday.

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Woman who looked at eclipse suffered crescent-shaped eye damage, study shows
A New York woman joined millions of people across the nation to watch this summer's total eclipse — but the most-talked about spectacle has now left her with a crescent-shaped burn in her eye.

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Outbreak of norovirus on North Carolina college campus confirmed, officials say
Officials in North Carolina confirmed an outbreak of the norovirus on Thursday after about 60 college students reported related symptoms.

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Can hormonal birth control give you breast cancer?
A new study links the Pill and hormonal IUDs to cancer. A doc weighs in on the findings.

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36 people die in food-related disease outbreak in South Africa
Thirty-six people have died in South Africa from an outbreak of the food-borne disease listeriosis, the country's Department of Health said on Tuesday.

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Man develops fungal infection after using woodworking blade to pop pimple
A 23-year-old construction worker used a woodworking blade to remove what he called a pimple on his lower lip, developing a rare fungal infection afterward, a recent report of the man's case revealed.

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EMT born in ambulance delivers baby en route to hospital on his birthday
For an emergency medical technician in Maryland, life has come full circle.

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Fending off toxic mold syndrome
At one time or another in your life, you have probably been around or seen mold.

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Kroger recalls purified water for babies after mold discovered
Kroger recalled gallons of its purified water for babies after it received several complaints of mold in the containers, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Monday.

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Flu cases double last year's total, CDC says
More than 7,000 cases of influenza have been confirmed in the U.S. so far this flu season -- more than double the number this time last year, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Scariest health stories of 2017
Not all health news is easy to report, especially when it comes to freak accidents and rare diseases.

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Birth control pills linked to small increase in risk of breast cancer, study shows
Modern birth control pills that are lower in estrogen have fewer side effects than past oral contraceptives. But a large Danish study suggests that, like older pills, they still modestly raise the risk of breast cancer, especially with long-term use.

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Breast cancer symptoms to look out for
There are multiple breast cancer symptoms that women can look out for -- and speak to their doctors about if they're spotted.

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