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    The dark side of meditation?

    Meditation may look calming, but it's intended to challenge our realities.
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    'Good' cholesterol function more important than amount, Penn researchers find

    For decades, doctors have fussed over patients' HDL, or "good" cholesterol, levels, prescribing medications to boost them if they drop ...
  • May 28, 2015 |  The Pulse

    Are mothers more likely to give birth during a full moon?

    Science says "no," but many nurses aren't so sure.
  • May 28, 2015 |  The Pulse

    How to separate fact from fiction when it comes to health products designed by scientists

    Do you think a special beverage could make your brain more powerful, especially when that beverage has been developed by neuroscientists?
  • May 28, 2015

    US: Improper activity at Philadelphia VA

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  • May 28, 2015 |  Roxborough

    City Council honors 10-year-old autistic artist known as 'The Dragon Master'

    It all started in April when Lisa Stagliano, as many parents are wont to do, posted a photograph of her son on Facebook. It showed her 10-year-old ch...
  • May 28, 2015 |  The Pulse

    Why healing crystals might make some people feel better

    Call it "the placebo effect" or "the power of suggestion," but some turn to crystal healing and don't turn back.
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    Happiness in a bottle, just add SCOBY

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