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6 Foods That Actually Relieve Gas

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Next Avenue
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Say goodbye to post-meal bloating, pain and embarrassment. Continue


How I Kept Running Despite a Major Roadblock

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He thought he'd have to abandon his jogging — until he started one new thing. Continue


Why These Brits Are Giving Up Chocolate

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Next Avenue
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Abstaining from it is much harder than foregoing caffeine, liquor or sex. Continue


9 Foods That Keep You Feeling Full Longer

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Avoid those hunger pangs by eating these healthy morsels. Continue


Lew Klein

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Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies
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Lew finds the humor in everything, even a cancer diagnosis. He talks about coming out to his friends with cancer and how his favorite responses are not what we would expect. Continue


Terrence Howard

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Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies
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Academy Award-nominated actor Terrence Howard talks about his emotions around his mother’s death and vows to destroy cancer in her honor. Continue


Saunas Could Make You Live Longer

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Next Avenue
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A new study suggests more frequent use can be good for your heart. Continue


Cholesterol: No Longer a Nutritional Bad Guy?

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Next Avenue
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A key panel publishes recommendations for 2015 guidelines. Continue


Love Your Heart With These Healthy Dishes

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No need to sacrifice taste and pleasure, says dietitian Janet Bond Brill. Continue


5 Tips to Keep Your Brain Healthy

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What to do to charge those neurons and lower your risk for disease. Continue


4 Tips for Coping With Hearing Loss

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Next Avenue
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New measures are in place to improve TV closed captioning. Continue


Looks Like Laury, Sounds Like Laury | Promo

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America Reframed
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At 45, Laury, an actress and mother of two, had a reputation as the quickest wit in the room. At 46, she began forgetting words and soon could barely speak. Follow Laury in her descent to fronto-temporal dementia (early onset dementia) in a personal portrait of a woman who is facing the unthinkable and the impact her progressive disease has on loved ones in Looks Like Laury, Sounds Like Laury. Continue


Building a Wishlist for Caregivers and Their Families

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Next Avenue
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White House Conference on Aging asks caregivers what they need. Continue


"The Vaccine War" - Preview

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FRONTLINE
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FRONTLINE investigates the science and the politics of vaccine safety. Amid a new outbreak of measles, health officials are once again urging parents to immunize their children and reassuring them that there is no link between vaccines and disorders like autism. But the war over vaccines rages on. An updated version of FRONTLINE's 2010 film "The Vaccine War" airs Mar. 24 on PBS and online. Continue


Common Myths of Hospice Care Debunked

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Next Avenue
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Five things you may think about hospice that aren't true. Continue


This is Your Do Over with Dr. Michael Roizen

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PBS Specials
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Start your life over with the secrets to losing weight, living longer and finding total body wellness. Dr. Mike Roizen, Chief Wellness Officer at Cleveland Clinic, shows how to change habits, reverse the damage and find a new beginning. Continue


Stories from the Special Delivery Unit - Preview

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Twice Born
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This miniseries takes an intimate, inside look at the Special Delivery Unit at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), where rare surgeries are performed on babies inside the womb. With exclusive access to the elite unit, experience rarely seen, real-time footage of operations on fetuses. Continue


Love and Cancer at 27

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FRONTLINE
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Allen Chou and Linda Sim were a young couple forced to face end of life decisions while only in their twenties. After learning from his doctor that Allen only had weeks to live, they hoped for a miracle ... and made a plan. Continue


Julianne Moore on Alzheimer's and "Still Alice"

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Charlie Rose The Week
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Actress Julianne Moore talks about working with caregivers and Alzheimer's patients — including one diagnosed at age 45 — to research her Oscar-nominated role in the film "Still Alice." Continue


Dementia Patients Have the Right to Be Loved

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Next Avenue
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How to make those we take care of feel they have purpose. Continue


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