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NYC doctor accused of filming up woman's skirtupdated: Fri Aug 03 2012 16:39:00

A doctor at a top New York hospital is accused of using a small "pen" camera clipped to a newspaper to record video up a woman's skirt on a Manhattan subway line, authorities said Friday.

Boston Marathon participants to run into abnormal race-time heatupdated: Mon Apr 16 2012 10:29:00

Before they can bask in glory, Boston Marathon runners on Monday will first bake in abnormally high temperatures -- so warm, in fact, that race organizers are taking several steps to warn participants and allow those concerned about the heat to instead run next year.

Some urged to skip Boston Marathonupdated: Mon Apr 16 2012 10:29:00

Race officials say runners wary of the heat are allowed to skip Monday's Boston Marathon. WBZ reports.

The secrets to great skin and hair updated: Wed Feb 08 2012 07:47:00

"I'm having an oil crisis -- on my face."

Freezing your eggs -- the costs and other realitiesupdated: Thu Oct 06 2011 12:54:00

When Dr. Rachel Wellner got a text from her brother Tuesday night that his wife was in labor, she was speaking at a fancy charity event for breast cancer research. As soon as her speech was over, she raced in her evening gown to Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan to watch her nephew, Lincoln Jacob Wellner, come into the world.

Teen dating may spread teen drinkingupdated: Wed Sep 28 2011 07:45:00

Parents who are concerned about drinking and other risky behavior often try to steer their teenage children away from friends and dating partners whom they consider "bad influences."

Why the day after Christmas is hazardous to your heartupdated: Wed Dec 22 2010 08:24:00

December 26 is historically one of the most dangerous days of the year for people vulnerable to cardiac problems, including heart attacks, arrhythmias, and heart failure.

Study: Spray tans, tanning bed use often go hand-in-handupdated: Mon Sep 20 2010 16:11:00

Eden Lewis prefers to be "a bronzed goddess instead of a pasty Snow White," so she gets a spray tan before a vacation or an important social event.

Scientist taught world to get the lead outupdated: Mon May 31 2010 15:49:00

As a young doctor with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Philip Landrigan's job was to chase down epidemics. He'd gone after measles in the Southwest and smallpox in Nigeria.

Study fails to end debate on cancer, cell phone linkupdated: Tue May 18 2010 08:44:00

Long-awaited data from an international study have shown no evidence of increased risk of brain tumors associated with mobile phones, except in people who have the most exposure.

Study: Some acid suppressants may raise risk of death after angioplastyupdated: Tue Nov 17 2009 09:51:00

Heart patients who take certain stomach-acid-suppressing drugs to prevent gastrointestinal bleeding may be at increased risk of dying after a cardiac procedure, according to a study presented at the annual meeting of the American Heart Association (AHA) in Orlando, Florida.

People.com: Baseball's Mike Piazza Now a Happy Father of Twoupdated: Sat Oct 31 2009 08:10:00

The retired Met and actress wife Alicia Rickter welcome second daughter, Paulina Sophia

Donor says he got thousands for his kidneyupdated: Tue Sep 08 2009 16:18:00

Four years ago, a young, cash-starved Israeli answered an ad in a newspaper for a kidney donor.

'Miracle fruit' turns sour things sweetupdated: Wed Mar 25 2009 13:14:00

The small fruit has the color of a cranberry, the shape of an almond and tastes like a flavorless gummy.

One powerful berryupdated: Wed Mar 25 2009 13:14:00

A small berry from West Africa may be the solution to cancer patients' struggling appetites.

Fortune: Is the prostate test still worth it?updated: Mon Mar 23 2009 10:37:00

Should men age 50 and older have an annual PSA test for prostate cancer? One of the hottest topics in medicine ratcheted up a few degrees last week when the New England Journal of Medicine released results of two large studies. They presented a mixed picture.

Why the day after Christmas is a health hazardupdated: Thu Dec 18 2008 22:16:00

December 26 could be one of the most dangerous days of the year for people vulnerable to cardiac problems, including heart attacks, arrhythmias, and heart failure. And many of these so-called Merry Christmas coronaries will hit people who didn't even realize they were at risk when they unwrapped their gifts the night before.

Time.com: Vitamin D May Help Curb Breast Cancerupdated: Fri May 16 2008 09:00:00

Breast cancer patients with low levels of vitamin D were much more likely to die of the disease or have it spread than patients getting enough of the nutrient

People.com: Lenny Kravitz Hospitalized in Miamiupdated: Tue Feb 12 2008 14:45:00

Lenny Kravitz was rushed to Miami's Mount Sinai Hospital on Monday, a spokeswoman for the singer confirmed to Reuters.

People.com: Gwyneth Paltrow 'Fine' After Hospitalizationupdated: Tue Jan 15 2008 20:02:00

Gwyneth Paltrow is "fine" after being briefly hospitalized, her rep confirms to PEOPLE.

At least 5 seriously hurt as trains collideupdated: Fri Nov 30 2007 20:18:00

At least five Amtrak crew members were critically or seriously injured Friday when their train collided with a freight train traveling on the same track, Chicago Fire Department spokesman Larry Langford said.

People.com: Pulitzer Prize Winner Norman Mailer Diesupdated: Mon Nov 12 2007 11:23:00

Norman Mailer, perhaps the most towering figure in 20th-century American literature, died today of acute renal failure at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City at the age of 84, his literary executor said.

Literary lion Norman Mailer diesupdated: Sat Nov 10 2007 21:24:00

Norman Mailer, the outspoken author whose prize-winning works made him a towering figure on the American literary stage for more than 50 years, is dead. He was 84.

Tests reveal high chemical levels in kids' bodiesupdated: Mon Oct 22 2007 19:03:00

Michelle Hammond and Jeremiah Holland were intrigued when a friend at the Oakland Tribune asked them and their two young children to take part in a cutting-edge study to measure the industrial chemicals in their bodies.

Separating sunscreen fact from fiction updated: Sat Jun 30 2007 06:20:00

Next time you're scanning the aisles for your summer sun protection, consider that producers of five well-known sunscreen brands are facing a class action lawsuit alleging that their claims mislead consumers about their products' ability to ward off UV rays and prevent skin damage and cancer.

Kaye: Why are Ground Zero workers getting sick?updated: Mon Sep 11 2006 18:10:00

Could this be a coincidence? Is this for real? How will we ever know? Those are just some of the questions I asked myself when writing about workers and emergency responders from Ground Zero who now claim they're sick from the toxic cocktail to which they were exposed.

56-year-old gives birth to twinsupdated: Tue Nov 09 2004 12:28:00

Just three days shy of her 57th birthday, Aleta St. James has given birth to twins.

Fortune: The price of immortalityupdated: Mon Feb 29 1988 00:01:00

^ As never before, immortality is for sale. What kind? The kind that comes when a donor cements his name to an institution: Stanford University, Carnegie Hall, Rhodes Scholarships, the Pulitzer Pri...

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