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Harvard study finds diet changes gut bacteria within a day
A change in diet quickly alters the types of bacteria living in the human gut, a finding that suggests this rapid adaptability to different foods can be used to control illnesses tied to stomach microbes, researchers said.
Personal genetic tests face sharper scrutiny after 23andMe
23andMe Inc.'s clash with U.S. regulators over the direct sale of its gene analysis service to consumers signals stiffer oversight of thousands of tests in an industry predicted to increase fivefold in size.
- Madison offers hugs to pro cuddlers MADISON, Wis. -- Wisconsin's ultra-liberal capital city is a place where just about anything goes, from street parties to naked bike rides. But city officials say a business is pushing even Madison's boundaries by offering, of all things, hugs. For
- Cargo bikes the new minivan for cycling families SEATTLE -- One fisherman uses a bike to deliver hundreds of pounds of salmon to local markets. A mom who regularly shuttles her two kids around town once tried to haul a twin mattress home. And some companies are using the bikes to deliver beer kegs
- Wags and barks speak volumes when talking to dogs LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Wags and barks speak volumes when it comes to understanding what a dog is saying, but there are also clues in a dog's eyes, ears, nose or the tilt of its head. Are humans getting the right messages? Dr. Gary Weitzman, president of
- Fertility doctors aim to lower rate of twin births BOSTON (AP) -- In the five years since the "Octomom" case, big multiple births have gone way down but the twin rate has barely budged. Now fertility experts are pushing a new goal: One. A growing number of couples are attempting pregnancy with just a
Officer joins Clinton police force
When Andrew Petersen went on a ride along with the Clinton Police Department after he graduated from high school, it didn’t scare him away from his goal of being a police officer. It drew him closer.
Contest draws attention to healthy living
"Let's live healthy, Clinton!" is a new campaign slogan created to motivate the city of Clinton and surrounding areas to get up, get out and get active.
- Sign language interpreter's moves a hit in concert ASSOCIATED PRESS PORTLAND, Maine -- Holly Maniatty creates music -- for the deaf. Teaming American Sign Language with dance moves and body language, she brings musical performances alive for those who can't hear. Her clients are a who's who of rock,
- Exhibit to feature posters CLINTON -- The exhibit at Ashford University's art gallery will feature almost 400 hand-painted posters created by artist Amos Kennedy Jr. "Visual Noise: The Poster as a Disturbing Element in Society," will be on display through Jan. 22 at Ashford Un
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