‘ : “http://www.cnn.com/”},a.getDefinedParams = function(n, e) {return e.filter((function(e) {return n[e]})).reduce((function(e, t) {return r(e, (function(e, t, n) {t in e ? Object.defineProperty(e, t, {value: n,enumerable: !0,configurable: !0,writable: !0}) : e[t] = n;return e})({}, t, n[t]))}), {})},a.isValidMediaTypes = function(e) {var t = [“banner”, “native”, “video”];if (!Object.keys(e).every((function(e) {return (0,u.default)(t, e)})))return !1;if (e.video && e.video.context)return (0,u.default)([“instream”, “outstream”], e.video.context);return !0},a.getBidderRequest…

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Get the latest from TODAY Sign up for our newsletter SUBSCRIBE Feb. 14, 2019, 9:31 PM GMT / Source: TODAY By A. PawlowskiWhen Barney Clark became the first person in the world to receive a permanent artificial heart in 1982, his wife asked the doctors, “Will he still be able to love me?” For centuries,…

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Three out of every 10 students at Roselawn Condon School stayed home Thursday with symptoms ranging from a fever to a scratchy, sore throat.Students who have avoided getting sick said they’ve watched classmates come down with an illness that’s just knocked them out.”One of ’em threw up in the classroom today,” said Dashalo Irby, a…

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At around fifteen weeks into a pregnancy, curious mothers-to-be can go to a doctor’s office, be rubbed with a bit of lubricating jelly, and have an ultrasound. Sometimes during this process, technically known as a fetal anatomy survey, a technician will point out a teeny, tiny penis. But while this process has become a hallmark…

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Breaking News Emails Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Feb. 14, 2019, 6:35 PM GMT By Shamard Charles, M.D.This season’s flu vaccine is a good match for the virus strains in circulation, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,…

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Breaking News Emails Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Feb. 14, 2019, 6:03 PM GMT By Anna Gorman, Kaiser Health NewsPublic health officials grappling with record-high syphilis rates around the nation have pinpointed what appears to be a major risk factor: drug use. “Two…

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Research published by the American Heart Association reveals the potential health risks of two or more diet drinks daily for post-menopausal women. It’s kind of crazy to think that sodas were invented as health drinks, chock-full of medicinal ingredients and dispensed at pharmacies. We really took that one and ran with it: Fast forward to…

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The European rabbit devastated crops and pastures in Australia and elsewhere. ROB SUISTED/NATURE’S PIC IMAGES By Elizabeth PennisiFeb. 14, 2019 , 2:00 PM Researchers have written another chapter in the textbook case of an arms race between a host and its pathogen. The main characters in this 70-year seesaw drama are the voracious European rabbit…

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Image caption Brain signals weaken when some cells wear out New results suggest ageing brains can potentially be rejuvenated, at least in mice, according to researchers. Very early-stage experiments indicate that drugs can be developed to stop or even reverse mental decline. The results were presented at the 2019 meeting of the American Association for…

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Life hack: the measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine.Photo: Justin Sullivan (Getty)You, dear Lifehacker readers, are smart enough to know that measles is bad and that the measles vaccine is good. But there’s a lot of misinformation floating around, especially as the disease flares in Washington, Texas and New York. ​What to Do If There’s a…

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