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They plan to open two locations inside Walgreens stores this fall in the Kansas City, Missouri, area with primary care services, pharmacies and other services like a Humana representative to answer seniors' Medicare questions.
Sarepta shared results from three children who received the gene therapy in a clinical trial.
The British government has firmly ruled out full legalization.
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Video game addiction has been recognized by World Health Organization as a mental health disorder.
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Starting Monday, tobacco companies will have statements on their websites that warn American consumers about the health risks of their products.
In an unprecedented move, Disney has issued a warning to viewers about its new Incredibles film.
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