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1 out of 9 credit scores increased overnight

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This Game of Thrones contest is as close as you'll get to season 8 spoilers

Feast your eyes on Emilia Clarke's Instagram, fans, because it looks like this might be as close as we'll get to Game of Thrones spoilers this year.

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Amazon and Best Buy shake hands and team up to sell smart TVs

In total, the duo will sell 11 models of these TVs beginning this summer

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‘Kingsman’ star Taron Egerton to portray Elton John in ‘Rocketman’ biopic

Apparently, the movie — which has been in the works for a long time — might not be a family-friendly affair

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His and her knee injuries occur the same way

Women are more likely than men to suffer a knee injury called an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear. But -- surprisingly -- the injury occurs the same way in both genders, a new study reveals.

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Another '80s icon is joining the Stranger Things cast

Fans said, "we want more people we love from '80s movies to be on Stranger Things," and Netflix answered, "as you wish."

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Netflix orders supernatural drama, The Order

Netflix is doubling down on young adult content, and this time it's branching into the sci-fi/fantasy world.

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Americans toss out tons of fruits and veggies

Americans may be trying to eat healthy, but they're throwing away mountains of produce in the process, a new study suggests.

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Seniors, don't fear a lawsuit for old debt

Being served legal papers can be a scary experience for a senior

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Apple Music reaches milestone of 40 million paid subscribers

It’s an impressive milestone for the music streaming service

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Gene therapy may be cure for some with rare blood disorder

Wanda Sihanath didn't like the fact that her inherited blood disorder would not allow her to travel far from Chicago to attend college, but what could she do?

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Night Court actor Harry Anderson dies at 65

Harry Anderson, best known for his role as Judge Harry Stone on the sitcom Night Court has died at age 65

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The Terror: is there a monster in this or what?

AMC's latest series may be the scariest thing it's put out in a long time. It's right there in the title: The Terror.

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Can mom-to be's' weight affect daughters' risk for early puberty?

Girls whose moms were overweight or had high blood sugar during pregnancy may be more likely to enter puberty early, a large new study suggests.

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Last-minute tax day filing

Waiting until the last minute to pay your taxes can cost you

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Listen to the epic ‘God of War’ soundtrack right now on Spotify

In addition to the fantastic visuals, compelling story, and engaging combat, the game’s soundtrack is absolutely killer — and you don’t have to own the game to hear it

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125 million subscribers are paying to ‘Netflix and chill’ these days

Netflix viewers may like to chill, but Netflix itself is still hot

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New drugs may be big advance in lung cancer care

Drugs designed to trigger a patient's immune system may help boost survival for those battling lung cancer, two new studies found.

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Sarah Silverman's I Love You, America renewed by Hulu

Hulu has renewed Sarah Silverman's I Love You, America

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U.S. women less likely than men to get statins after heart attack

Women who survive a heart attack are less likely than men to receive cholesterol-lowering statin drugs that can reduce the risk of another heart attack or stroke, a new study finds.

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Sega is working on a retro Genesis console

It’s looking like Nintendo will have some competition in the retro gaming space

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Overcoming fear of back pain may spur recovery

People with chronic back pain often try painkillers and other treatments without success. Now, a new study suggests a program of education and exercise may provide relief.

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Prevent identity theft from affecting your taxes

What do you do if you fall victim to tax-related identity theft?

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That's So Raven star Orlando Brown arrested by bounty hunters

Life as an ex-Disney star tends to lead in one of two directions

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Busting myths surrounding cancer and genetic testing

While only 5 percent to 10 percent of cancers are caused by an inherited gene mutation, genetic testing may benefit people with a strong history of family cancer, an expert in genetics suggests.

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How your fellow Americans cheat on taxes

Have you ever cheated on your taxes? If so, you are in the minority – but you aren't alone, either

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Yoga can soothe anxious grade schoolers

Yoga at school might work wonders for the younger set, new research suggests.

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What to stream the weekend of April 13

Spending the weekend indoors and not sure what to watch? Here's what you should stream this weekend.

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The bad habits that lead to weight gain

It's no secret that weight gain results from consuming too many calories. But at its core is an imbalance of healthy and unhealthy habits.

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Sacha Baron Cohen to star in Netflix limited series The Spy

Sacha Baron Cohen, the actor and comedian best known for his outrageous comic characters like Ali G and Borat, is taking a serious turn for Netflix.

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Avoid required minimum distribution mistakes

How many times in life do you have to worry about removing too little money from a financial account?

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You can now combine Hulu and Spotify on a single affordable account

Streaming giants Hulu and Spotify are teaming up to offer a combined subscription plan for just $12.99 a month

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U.S. heart disease rates falling, but gains vary by state

The overall rate of heart disease in the United States has declined 38 percent since 1990, a new report shows.

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Is Big Little Lies about to majorly deviate from the novel in season 2?

The cast of Big Little Lies is already hard at work creating Season 2 of HBO's breakout drama, but that doesn't mean they're done with the casting process yet

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Even when you think you're not sleepy, your car crash risk rises

You might be a drowsy driver without knowing it, and new research finds that can make you more dangerous on the road.

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T.J. Miller arrested and charged with calling in a fake bomb threat

TMZ reports that embattled former Silicon Valley star T.J. Miller was taken into custody by federal agents Monday night for allegedly reporting a false bomb threat on an Amtrak train in March

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9 boring habits that will make you rich

What's not to like about a world where your only money trouble is how to spend it?

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Netflix bids adieu to Cannes, citing differences

The disagreement born of Cannes’ 2017 decision to ban Netflix-bound films from competition has come to a head

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Bruce Willis will get roasted on Comedy Central this summer

Bruce Willis better hope he's unbreakable, because this Comedy Central roast is gonna go the whole nine yards.

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Brain injuries linked with dementia risk

A traumatic brain injury (TBI), even a mild one such as a concussion, may raise your risk for dementia, a new study suggests.

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Eyebrow-raising finding on how human communication evolved

Highly expressive eyebrows likely played a big role in humans' evolutionary success, researchers report.

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Best and worst states for the new tax law

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act promised an income tax cut for most Americans. Is that promise less likely to be fulfilled if you live in certain states?

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It’s Jason Statham vs. a giant shark in ‘The Meg’ trailer

Jason Statham faces off a shark so big it makes Jaws look like a baby

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The focus shifts in Alzheimer's research

The way that Alzheimer's disease is defined for research should be based on brain changes rather than symptoms.

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COPD patients may breathe easier with tai chi

People struggling with COPD might find some relief in an ancient art.

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Top 7 tax deductions and credits that people forget

Don't overlook these common tax deductions that could save you money.

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Amazon slashes Fire TV prices to undercut Google Chromecast

Amazon is continuing its battle with Google, and luckily, we’re the beneficiaries

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If you're looking to cut the cord, try fuboTV

The new streaming service might be your best bet

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Reading to your kids might boost their social skills

Parents who read to their infants and toddlers may help them develop skills that pay big dividends when they start school, a new study suggests.

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Sometimes, headaches can be an emergency. Here's when.

Sometimes, headaches can warn of a serious health issue. That's why it's important to know when to take action

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WWE Hall of Famer Johnny "Luscious" Valiant has passed away

WWE legendary wrestler Johnny "Luscious" Valiant has died.

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Avoiding mortgage scams

If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. That's sound advice for almost all aspects of life, including the search for mortgage relief services. 

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Spotify may be working on a stand-alone car speaker

Spotify is poised to make a major announcement on April 24

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Comcast and Dish Network team up to offer Sling International on Xfinity X1

Comcast and Dish Network may be competitors, but a new deal seems like a major win for both the companies and their customers as well

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Documentary ‘Do You Trust This Computer?’ free to stream courtesy of Elon Musk

A new documentary from the director of Who Killed the Electric Car? is now available to stream for free this weekend, courtesy of entrepreneur Elon Musk

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Heart disease carries huge cost for some families

Having a chronic heart condition is stressful enough, but new research suggests the cost of caring for the condition is also a huge financial burden for poorer families in the United States.

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Big Little Lies: Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman snuggle up in first season 2 photo

We've finally got our first photo of Meryl Streep in Big Little Lies!

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Losing excess weight in childhood cuts diabetes risk

If an overweight child slims down before puberty, the risk of type 2 diabetes seems to slide away with the lost pounds.

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Many millennials have no savings

What's in your savings account? If you're a millennial, there's a decent chance that there's nothing in your account but IOUs and promises

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'Magnetic pulse' device may be new way to prevent migraines

Self-administered magnetic pulses from a hand-held device may help head off debilitating migraines, researchers report.

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Early promise for eye implant to fight macular degeneration

A new stem cell transplant might help preserve or even restore vision being lost to the dry form of age-related macular degeneration, a new pilot clinical trial has shown.

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Stranger Things creators respond to accusations they stole the show's concept

Stranger Things creators the Duffer brothers are in trouble again, but this time someone's actually taking them to court

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Interactive tax assistant 101

Looking for tax help? Check out the IRS's interactive online assistant

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Ready for more? Everything we know about the ‘Armada’ movie

A Ready Player One sequel may be hitting theaters in the near future

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Dwayne Johnson ‘not quite sure’ he’ll be in ‘Fast and Furious 9’

The Fast and Furious family feud lives on, and it may have a big impact on the hugely successful action film series

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Zika infection after birth may require long-term follow-up

Babies who contract Zika virus early in infancy should have long-term monitoring, a new animal study suggests.

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Despite California's warning signs, coffee is still safe, experts say

Science says you can get your coffee buzz without fear of cancer, so experts say you can forget that recent controversial California law.

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Hugh Laurie Boards George Clooney's Catch-22 limited series

For his next project, Hugh Laurie is taking on an American classic with George Clooney.

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IRS reveals the top tax scams of 2018

The Dirty Dozen — a 1967 war movie starring Lee Marvin, Charles Bronson, and Jim Brown, or a list of the top twelve tax scams as identified by the Internal Revenue Service? How about both?

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Red meat tied to higher colon cancer risk for women

Another study, this time in British women, finds that diets high in red meat are linked to higher odds for colon cancer.

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Steven Bochco, co-creator of Hill Street Blues and NYPD Blue, dies at 74

Steven Bochco, co-creator of iconic television series Hill Street Blues, L.A. Law and NYPD Blue, died Sunday

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A League of Their Own tv show is in the works

There's no crying in baseball and there should be no crying today because A League of Their Own is coming to TV!

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Abandoning your workouts may bring on the blues

Before you give up on your exercise program, know that new research suggests the decision may put more than your fitness at risk.

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Tax benefits of caring for an aging relative

Caring for an elderly relative can be rewarding, but incredibly difficult – as well as expensive. However, it may be possible to recoup some of the costs through income tax savings. 

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‘Bill & Ted’ 3 has a title, a director, and a most excellent photo

Have no fear, metal-heads. The Wyld Stallyns are finally getting their long-awaited reunion tour

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When is The Walking Dead season 8 finale?

The Walking Dead's premieres and finales are always major events, and the Season 8 finale is no exception

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Many grad students struggle with anxiety, depression

Depression and anxiety is nearly seven times more common among graduate students than in the general population, a new study finds.

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A Series of Unfortunate Events: Neil Patrick Harris' previews Olaf's best disguises in season 2

To say Count Olaf (Neil Patrick Harris) is a master of disguise on A Series of Unfortunate Events is somehow both a serious understatement and overstatement

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Kathy Griffin to play Kellyanne Conway in President Show special

Kathy Griffin, the comedian whose life and career got shaken up last year after she posed for a photo holding a replica of Donald Trump's severed head, is back to throwing barbs at the President.

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Many pick the wrong drugs for sneezin' season

Hay fever sufferers often choose the wrong medication for their seasonal sniffles, new research suggests.

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3 top retiree tax-planning mistakes

Here are three of the top mistakes that retirees tend to make, so that you can plan now to avoid them

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Google will broadcast real-time analytical predictions during the NCAA Final Four

The search giant will run ads that predict the future during Saturday's March Madness Final Four games

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For hard-to-manage Type 1 Diabetes, transplant makes life better

New research shows that for people with type 1 diabetes who can no longer sense when their blood sugar levels drop too low, an islet cell transplant can dramatically improve their lives.

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Childhood obesity may be driving more cancers in young adults

Obesity rates in children have been rising for years, and the consequences of that extra weight may be showing up in cancer cases.

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Your top 10 rights as a taxpayer

You may know about the Bill of Rights, but were you aware that the IRS also has a Bill of Rights for your benefit?

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Stroke's impact may go far beyond the physical, study finds

Even after a relatively milder stroke, people can be left with challenges that go beyond the physical, researchers say.

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Title: H&R Block - Tax Help for Each Kind of Procrastinator

Millions of Americans still need to file. Procrastination experts challenge the stigma of procrastination and explain ways to overcome or use procrastination to your advantage.

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A 'chipped' tooth reveals what you eat and drink

Tempted to cheat on your diet? You might want to think twice.

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How to deduct your car

When you use your car for both personal and business reasons and you are not fully reimbursed through your employer for the business expenses, you can deduct those costs from your taxes

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Here’s how to master the new Road to the Show in ‘MLB The Show 18’

Want to make it to Cooperstown? We've got some tips on how to make the most of your road to the show

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Netflix orders a series based on Frank Miller’s upcoming ‘Cursed’

The Sin City creator hasn't finished writing Cursed yet, but Netflix has already given it the green light

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Could coffee perk up your heart health?

Besides staying alert, coffee lovers who drink more than three cups of java a day may lower their risk for clogged arteries, a new Brazilian study suggests.

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MRI sheds new light on brain networks tied to autism

New research suggests that a special MRI technique can spot abnormal connections in the brains of preschoolers with autism.

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Netflix is coming of age by cornering the market on coming-of-age shows

If you weren't paying attention, it's possible you missed a major shift in Netflix's programming over the last year

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Student loan $36 billion shortfall

If you are a lending institution that loses money on the loans that you make, it's an understatement to say that changes are required

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Google’s Play Movies and TV app tells you where to stream your shows

Google is stepping into the streaming ring, working with a whopping 28 streaming services

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Bleacher Report steps into the live TV arena with sports streamer B/R Live

For millennial sports fans, Bleacher Report is a hub for everything sports. Soon enough, that will include catching a game live

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Finding the willpower to lose weight

Dieters sometimes chalk up their lack of weight-loss success to a lack of willpower. The truth about willpower, though, is that everyone has some.

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Hoverboard injuries speeding U.S. kids to the ER

Hoverboards may look cool, flashy and fun, but they're less safe than you might think.

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9 ways to reduce investment taxes

The recently passed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) gave most Americans a break on their upcoming taxes – but you don't need legislation to cut your taxes even further

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Get ready to spend all your time and money with ‘My Tamagotchi Forever’

Ready to turn your favorite childhood toy into a game on your smartphone?

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Dust off that magnifying glass! Carmen Sandiego is getting a Netflix movie

The criminal mastermind from your childhood is making a comeback!

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Barry is the bloodiest, saddest comedy on TV

One of the most fruitful TV subgenres of the past few years has been the sadcom

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Most with very high cholesterol missing out on right meds

Less than 40 percent of American adults with extremely high cholesterol levels get the medications they should, a new study finds.

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New moms still wary of exposing infants to peanuts

Though doctors recommend an early introduction to peanuts, many new moms prefer to delay giving them to their babies, researchers report.

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Education tax savings

If you are paying college expenses for yourself or for one of your dependents, you may be able to deduct the tuition and fees on your federal tax return

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Everything we know about ‘Daredevil’ season 3 on Netflix

Marvel adds another cast member for 'Daredevil' season 3

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New Street Fighter TV show in development from ‘Assassin’s Fist’ web series team

A television adaptation of the popular video game franchise is in development, and it’s likely to meet the expectations of a generation of Street Fighter fans

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NBA is testing final-quarter live-stream broadcasts for under $1

It looks like the NBA is experimenting with micro-transactions

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Obesity rates keep rising for U.S. adults

Obesity rates have continued to climb significantly among American adults, but the same hasn't held true for children, a new government report finds.

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Millions get wrong treatment for back pain: study

Low back pain affects 540 million people worldwide and is the leading cause of disability, but it's often treated improperly, researchers report.

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Bozo the Clown actor, Frank Avruch, has died

Boston television personality Frank Avruch, who played the popular character Bozo the Clown, passed away from heart disease at 89 years old

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Learn the price of your life insurance premium before you apply

If you are looking at obtaining life insurance, and you want to know what your rate class might be with a number of carriers, here is one way to make that happen

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Lost in Space leads Netflix's April arrivals

April showers bring approximately 9 million movies to Netflix.

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The top calorie-burning exercises

When you're trying to lose weight, cutting calories counts. But so does burning them off with exercise.

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Climate change will bring hotter summers to U.S.

Get ready for extreme heat. Researchers warn that climate change will soon trigger more severe summers across the United States.

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A new approach to affordable housing

A new test program in Montana addresses an underserved area of the housing market affordable rental homes by making loans to help people move in

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Mysterious ‘Ataribox’ console finally gets a name and pre-order window

Atari's new console will be more than just a game-playing device

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Social (Net)Work: How does social media influence democracy?

In the wake of fake news and Russian-bought ads that proliferated the 2016 U.S. presidential election, people have started taking a more critical look at the role of social media in society

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Amy Poehler to direct first film, the star-studded Netflix comedy ‘Wine Country’

The versatile SNL alum is adding one more item to her resume

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Sugary sodas linked again to increased heart risks

Would that ice cold soda be as tempting if you knew that it might shorten your life?

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Cutting out late night calories

Losing weight comes down to eating fewer calories than you burn.

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Top 9 audit red flags

Some of these cannot be avoided, but others are essentially errors in judgment

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Documents show Amazon isn’t playing the same game as Netflix, and never was

Leaked documents show dark corners on the tech giant's streaming service

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Here are the problems plaguing the PlayStation 4 (and possible solutions)

Is your PS4 giving you issues? Here are some possible fixes

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Women may dismiss subtle warning signs of heart disease

Warning signs of heart disease in women, such as fatigue, body aches and upset stomach, may be shrugged off as symptoms of stress or a hectic lifestyle.

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Insurance company hurdles burden doctors, may harm patients

This typical scenario may be more dangerous than you think

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iHeartRadio has filed for bankruptcy but don’t worry — it isn’t going anywhere

Don't worry, the app and planned events are still available to consumers

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Male birth control pill shows early promise

An attempt to develop a safe and effective "male pill" is making headway, according to preliminary results of a small study.

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Are my Social Security benefits taxable?

Social Security is generally considered a tax-free benefit, but that is not always the case

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Can you be obese but heart-healthy? Study says no

A new British study of nearly 300,000 people dismantles the "obesity paradox," a theory that claims being obese does not necessarily raise heart risks.

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All you need to know about Dolby Atmos, a new dimension for your home theater

Ready to add another level to your home entertainment system? Dolby Atmos is just what you're looking for

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‘Wrinkle in Time’ director to helm DC Comics superhero movie ‘New Gods’

Warner Bros. turns to the Oscar-nominated director to bring dangerous, new faces to the big screen

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Binge drinking rampant among Americans

Americans are on a binge drinking binge.

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Birth defects affect 7 percent of Zika-exposed babies: study

A new study of pregnant women in the Caribbean further confirms that Zika virus causes birth defects, particularly if infection occurs early in pregnancy.

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AMC will host the ultimate Marvel marathon before ‘Avengers: Infinity War’

Marvel fans, get ready for the biggest event of the year

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E-cigarettes doing more harm than good: study

Electronic cigarettes do little to help smokers quit, and could actually increase the likelihood that teens and young adults will start smoking, a new study suggests.

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What to do when divorced parents both want to claim the same dependents

Claiming dependents on your taxes is usually a fairly straightforward procedure, but in some cases, more than one person (or couple filing jointly) will claim someone as a dependent, muddying the process

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That motorcycle helmet just may save your spine

A good helmet not only protects your skull if you crash your motorcycle, it can also reduce the risk of cervical spine injuries, researchers found.

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Everything we know about ‘John Wick: Chapter 3’

'John Wick: Chapter 3' might begin filming in April

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Study confirms lifesaving value of colonoscopy

A large study has confirmed what many public health experts have long believed: Colonoscopy saves lives.

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Opioid ODs outpacing other 'deaths of despair'

Though fewer Americans are dying from alcohol abuse, suicide and murder, opioid overdose deaths have risen dramatically in recent decades, a new report finds.

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Sony’s Spider-Man universe might include ‘Nightwatch’ film helmed by Spike Lee

Another Marvel character may hit the big screen in the near future

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Three-in-one pill shows promise in beating high blood pressure

A pill that combines three blood pressure-lowering drugs improves people's chances of lowering their high blood pressure, researchers report.

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Think before you lend your credit card to others

If you lend your credit card to a friend in financial need, trying to be helpful, there's a decent chance that you'll end up with increased debt – and possibly an ex-friend. 

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Fighting a cold or flu? Beware of overdosing on Tylenol

A brutal flu season has had people reaching for relief in their medicine cabinet, but a new study warns that overdosing on acetaminophen (Tylenol) is more common when bugs and viruses are circulating.

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1 in 20 younger women suffers major depression

Depression is a big problem in women during and after pregnancy, but it's also a concern throughout the reproductive years.

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Disappearing tax breaks

It's debatable whether taxes are simpler, but there's no doubt that some deductions will be lost after 2017

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Don't get a surprise tax bill from your IRA

Did you know that the type of investments you hold could hand you a surprise tax bill and potentially ruin your IRA status?

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What caregivers should know about Alzheimer's

As the number of Americans living with Alzheimer's disease continues to rise, the role of caregivers has become increasingly important, a dementia expert notes.

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‘The Sims Mobile’ puts a fun, millennial spin on a popular classic

Ever wish you could dig up some of those old PC games you spent hours playing as a kid?

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‘Ready Player One’ virtual reality extravaganza debuts at SXSW

Ready to jump into the OASIS? Head down to Austin this week!

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Netflix reportedly pursuing new series with Barack and Michelle Obama

From the Oval Office to the Internet? What's former President Obama's next move?

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No talking while driving?

Talking while driving -- whether on a cellphone or simply conversing with a passenger -- undermines road safety, a new review claims.

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Tax identity theft

With tax-filing season now upon us, there's another kind of identity theft you should be watching out for

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Free tax preparation

If you are one of the many Americans struggling to understand how to fill out your tax forms, the IRS — yes, that IRS — may be able to offer you free help

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Exercise an antidote for aging

If you want to counter the physical costs of getting old, regular exercise might be your best option, researchers report.

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Disney’s streaming service recruits Jon Favreau for live-action Star Wars series

The Hollywood renaissance man has been tapped to write and produce an upcoming live-action Star Wars show

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Annual eye exam is vital if you have diabetes

A yearly eye exam is a key part of diabetes treatment, experts say.

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Ban menthols to help some smokers quit

After the Canadian province of Ontario banned menthol cigarettes, many smokers responded by trying to kick the habit, a new study finds.

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Jason Momoa’s ‘The Crow’ remake now has a release date

Eric Draven gets resurrected again next October

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New medication approved for drug-resistant HIV

Trogarzo (ibalizumab-uiyk) has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to treat AIDS-causing HIV that has not responded to other antiretroviral medications.

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Many Americans think docs order too many tests, meds

Few older Americans believe ordering more tests and drugs is the way to better health care, a new survey finds.

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Everything we know so far about the new ‘Terminator’ trilogy

Cameras will roll on new Terminator film this summer, Schwarzenegger says

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Marijuana doesn't seem to harm the kidneys

As marijuana use has increased in the United States in recent years, medical experts and users alike have wondered about its health effects.

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Energy tax incentives 101

Going green can actually save you some green too

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Bad Social Security advice can cost you money

Beware of Social Security tips, the wrong one could cost you big time

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More U.S. kids landing in ICU from opioids

A growing number of U.S. kids are ending up in the intensive care unit after overdosing on prescription painkillers or other opioids, a new study finds.

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Smoking bans may not rid casinos of smoke

Toxic residue from smoking remains on surfaces inside a casino for months after smoking has been banned there, a new study has found.

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Hip-hop music blamed for encouraging drug use

Hip-hop music may be influencing black Americans to try the street drug molly, a new study suggests.

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The Importance Of Work/Life Balance

For eight years in my 20's, I was working 80-90 hours a week, fixated on chasing the all-powerful dollar. I barely saw my wife and first-born child, and I was miserable. I made a lot of money, but had no balance. At 30,...

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Can minor debts land you in prison?

Could you end up behind bars?

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6 tax filing myths debunked

Don't believe everything you hear about taxes

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War is coming

The point of this war isn't land or power. The purpose of this battle is to affix blame for the mess that we call the nation's finances

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Top 11 ways to cut your taxes this year

You can give the government less of your money by taking advantage of all the legal tax savings for which you qualify

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Should couples file taxes jointly or separately?

Married couples have the choice of filing their taxes jointly or separately. What is the best option for you and your spouse?

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Why the 2018 tax deadline was moved to April 17

For three years in a row, Americans are going to get a little extra time to file their taxes, thanks to a holiday that may be completely unknown to you

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The number one reason Monero is a cryptocurrency investment winner

If cryptocurrency history is written by the winners, then this is the year for Monero (XMR), the anonymous crypto coin, to add its name to the ledger

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9 crucial tax deductions

Like most Americans, you probably want to get through your taxes as quickly as possible.

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Insuring jewelry 101

For Valentine's Day, we hope you bought a thoughtful gift for your significant other. It's the thought that counts, of course, but let us give you a tip or two

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No W-2 tax form? What to do

These days, you probably want to file your taxes as early as possible to prevent identity thieves from filing a false return in your name — but that requires you to have the necessary forms in hand, including W-2 forms.

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40% of student loans could default over 20 years

America's student loan debt may be approaching a critical point with respect to repayment

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