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  • Training for a fall race? Expert tips for getting in shape

    Have you been putting off training for that big race this fall? Expert tips on the best ways to get in shape.

  • A bold move to save a man’s hand: Tucking it into his tummy

    Casey Reyes struggled for a way to explain the “sci-fi” surgery doctors were proposing to save her 87-year-old grandfather’s badly burned hand. “They’re gonna put your hand inside your stomach, kind of like a hoodie,”…

  • LEADING OFF: Harvey vs. Nola, Royals get chickenpox

    A look at what’s happening all around the major leagues today: ___ SEVENTH HEAVEN In the first matchup between two talented NL East pitchers who could be squaring off for years to come, Mets ace…

  • Yahoo CEO to give birth to twins while tackling turnaround

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is going to give birth to twins while trying to deliver a long-promised turnaround at the struggling Internet company. The identical twin girls are expected to be…

  • ‘Concussion’ director says no compromises were made for NFL

    NEW YORK (AP) — A day after its trailer debuted online and months before it hits theaters, the Will Smith football head-trauma film “Concussion” is already sparking controversy. Citing studio emails leaked in the hack…

  • Operators of 2 Ohio abortion clinics sue over state hurdles

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The operators of two southwest Ohio abortion clinics asked a federal court on Tuesday to declare recently enacted state laws governing their operations unconstitutional. Planned Parenthood of Southwest Ohio and Women’s…

  • Kansas City Royals hit by chickenpox

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — All-Star reliever Kelvin Herrera and Royals right fielder Alex Rios have been diagnosed with chickenpox, raising concerns that others on the AL Central leaders may have been exposed. Team officials…

  • FDA issues warning letters to powdered caffeine distributors

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Food and Drug Administration has issued warning letters to five distributors of pure powdered caffeine, saying the products put consumers at risk. The letters, which are dated Aug. 27, follow…

  • Rio head vows to introduce viral testing in Olympic waters

    LONDON (AP) — Olympic organizers promised Tuesday to introduce viral testing in the polluted waters in Rio de Janeiro where about 1,400 athletes will compete in next year’s games. The IOC and Brazilian organizers had…

  • Valeant steps in to work on psoriasis drug with AstraZeneca

    NEW YORK (AP) — Canadian drugmaker Valeant will work with British competitor AstraZeneca on a potential treatment for psoriasis a few months after biotech giant Amgen said it was ending research on the drug because…

  • Titans nose tackle Sammie Hill has new injury in right knee

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee nose tackle Sammie Hill has a new injury in the same right knee, and coach Ken Whisenhunt says the Titans are talking to doctors trying to decide if the lineman…

  • Approaching health law tax is not just a levy on luxury

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The last major piece of President Barack Obama’s health care law could raise costs for thrifty consumers as well as large corporations and union members when it takes effect in 2018. The…

  • Legionnaires’ outbreaks not unusual in summer & early fall

    CHICAGO (AP) — Legionnaires’ disease has been reported in a handful of states this summer, leading to 19 deaths and more than 100 illnesses. The unrelated cases are part of a typical pattern seen with…

  • How to lose the dad bod

    As many have long suspected, becoming a dad is associated with putting on pounds, according to recent research. Already a biological inevitability for most moms during pregnancy, post-baby weight gain is a struggle for dads,…

  • Your body: Talking to your kids about their weight

    By DR. JENNIFER ASHTON, ABC News Senior Medical Contributor Talking to kids about their weight is no easy task and you don’t want to hurt their feelings. But it’s such an important conversation to have…