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Dec 31 2017

The Science Behind HangoversEver wondered why you get hungover?

Trump Returns to Immigration Issue with Arizona Visit, RallyFresh off a speech on Afghanistan that moved him in a different direction than many of his core voters, President Donald Trump is highlighting his pledge to combat illegal immigration by heading to a Marine Corps base along the U.S.-Mexico border Tuesday and inspecting a Predator drone used to patrol the region.

Barron Trump Slammed For His Casual WardrobeEleven-year-old Barron Trump, the youngest son of President Donald Trump, has found himself at the center of a clothing controversy.

No. 18 Miami Taps Malik Rosier as Starting QuarterbackMalik Rosier s only previous start for Miami was out of necessity. This time, he earned the job.

Rose Bowl Stars Darnold, Barkley Lead AP All-America TeamSouthern California quarterback Sam Darnold and Penn State running back Saquon Barkley put on a show at the Rose Bowl last season and established themselves as two of the biggest stars in college football coming into 2017.

Sperm Count In Western Men Cut In Half Over Last 40 Years, Study FindsA new study shows that the sperm count in men has been cut in half over the last 40 years in western countries.

Scientists Build DNA from Scratch to Alter Life s BlueprintAt Jef Boeke s lab, you can whiff an odor that seems out of place, as if they were baking bread here.

2nd Person Tested Positive for Norovirus Tied to ChipotleA Virginia health official says a second person has tested positive for norovirus after eating at a Chipotle before it was temporarily closed last week following reports of illnesses.

Girl s HIV Infection Seems Under Control Without AIDS DrugsA South African girl born with the AIDS virus has kept her infection suppressed for more than eight years after stopping anti-HIV medicines — more evidence that early treatment can occasionally cause a long remission that, if it lasts, would be a form of cure.

Doctors Group Tells Senate to Fix, Not Repeal Obamacare The nation s largest doctors group urged senators on Friday to stop trying to repeal or replace Barack Obama s Affordable Care Act and instead begin a bipartisan effort to stabilize the insurance marketplace.

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