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Separating Fact From Fiction In Health News

We all want to do the right thing and lead healthy lifestyles, but what should we do when we read conflicting, confusing or downright scary news reports about the safety of a medication, a promising new diet or a habit that can add 15 years to your life?

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The Doctor Will Skype You Now

There’s no limit to what our devices can connect us to these days. Curated new wardrobes, targeted fitness plans, personalized vitamins, specialized beauty supplies—we can get it all delivered with a click.

Could our screens connect us to better health, too?

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