Health Problems That Afflict More Men Than Women

Men are often called the stronger sex, and physically, they usually are. They have more muscle mass than women, can run faster, and can lift heavier objects. Medically, however, they ...
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Why You Should Worry About Your Waist More Than Your Weight

We keep hearing about the food that goes to waste, but what the food that goes to our waists? Neither is a good thing. And just as food waste has ...
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50 Hottest Cities in America

At the tail end of spring and as we're officially about to welcome summer, forecasts project temperatures are set to continue to rise. Many Americans will try to beat ...
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Tips for the Perfect Backyard Barbecue — from the Experts

It’s grilling season -- time to fire up the backyard barbecue, whether it’s fueled by charcoal briquets, hardwood, or propane. The term “barbecue” sometimes causes some confusion. Barbecue as a ...
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Good News for Roadtrippers: Gas Prices Fall in All 50 States

U.S. retail gasoline pump price increases fell by more than 6 cents last week to a national average of $2.67 for a gallon of regular gas. The price of crude ...
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Strategists Keep Bullish Stock Market Views Ahead of Fed Meeting

U.S. stocks were trading higher on Monday as bad-to-less-good economic news has come into play at a time when the markets and economists are trying to factor trade war and ...
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College Students Are So Bad With Money, the Government Says Financial Literacy Should Be a Required Course

College graduates in America are saddled with a mind-boggling $1.5 trillion in student-loan debt. Not only do these obligations haunt former students for years after they have entered the workforce, ...
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Despite Troubles, Boeing Raises Its Estimate of Commercial Airplane Market

Dennis Muilenburg, CEO of The Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA), said on Sunday that Boeing came to the 2019 Paris Air Show "with a tone of humility and learning." Given the ...
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How Aclaris Is On Track to Treat Baldness

Baldness and hair thinning is something that many men and women fear as they age, and understandably so. But Aclaris Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ: ACRS) may have found an answer to ...
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Can This Pill Stave Off Alzheimer’s While Lowering Blood Pressure?

A blood pressure medication widely used in Europe and Japan might have potential to slow down the progress of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new study appearing in Hypertension, a ...
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How Much Is Pfizer Overpaying For Array Bio?

Array BioPharma Inc. (NASDAQ: ARRY) shares shot up on Monday after the firm announced that it would be acquired by Pfizer Inc. (NYSE: PFE) in an all cash transaction. The ...
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Fitch Quantifies GDP Growth Damage for 2020 If More Tariffs Come

It is not at all unusual for economists and market watchers to worry about trade tensions escalating. Where things break apart between the glass viewed as half-empty or half-full is ...
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Home-Builder Confidence Sags in June

The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)/Wells Fargo housing market index (HMI) for June fell 2 points to an index score of 64. The May index had gained 3 points ...
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Boeing Is Already Getting Crushed at Paris Air Show

No one is expecting much good news from The Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) during this week's Paris Air Show. Drawing a line under that expectation is an announcement Monday from ...
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This City Has More Walmart Stores Than Any Other in the Entire Country

As of the end of last year, Walmart had 4,711 stores in the U.S. The huge retailer continues to lead all other companies in the U.S. based on both revenue ...
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