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Yanik Chauvin
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Major Health Insurer Hacked — Were You Affected?

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The nation’s second-largest health insurer, Anthem, is contacting current and former customers after hackers got into its computer network and accessed personal information including Social Security numbers, incomes and street addresses.

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Category: Health, News
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How Much Sleep Do You Really Need?

For years we have all been told we need a good solid eight hours of beauty sleep, right? Well, maybe we do, maybe we don't. According to a new study completed by The National Sleep Foundation, you may be getting too little, or in some cases, too much sleep!

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Measles Outbreak Surpasses 100 Cases in 2015

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new stats on Monday that showed the number of measles cases in 2015 reaching 102.

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Category: Family, Health, News
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Being A Woman Has Its Benefits…Health Benefits

It ain't easy being a girl sometimes.  We psych ourselves out emotionally, hear voices in our heads, struggle with weight and body image issues, stress over guys that aren't worth it, and have to fight off constant cravings for chocolate, granola, and sometimes vodka.  But there are benefits to being a gal!

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Natural Grocers Coming to Tyler

Tylerites will soon have another outlet when it comes to shopping organically. Denver-based Natural Grocers will soon be opening the doors on its first East Texas location at 4820 S. Broadway in the space that was previously occupied by Bed Bath & Beyond.

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Teenager Wakes Up During Brain Surgery + Talks to Doctors

In a very rare incident, a patient woke up during brain surgery and unknowingly carried on a conversation with the operating room doctors and staff about her cats and about missing Christmas.

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Category: Health, News, Videos, Weird News
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Eat These Today And You’ll Have Good Luck

New Year's Day means grocery stores in Texas sell a lot of Black Eyed Peas!  We eat 'em on New Year's Day in Texas and they bring us luck.  When good things happen through the year, we can thank the peas.

(We always say "black eyed peas," but have you noticed it's "blackEYE peas" on the can?  Who knows.  Either way, they're tasty.)  The dip that my family makes every year is super addictive.  Here's the recipe.

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Your Signature Drink Says Something About You

Tis the season that many of us have a drink as part of the celebration.  Do you always have a different drink, or is there one favorite drink that you always fall back on?  That may reveal something about your personality.

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Going To The Ex’s House For Thanksgiving?

This is my second Thanksgiving as a single lady. My ex and I ended things in the summer of 2013, and with three kids it's been important to us to get along and maintain a good relationship, and let it evolve into something new.

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It’s Time To Sign Up For Health Insurance

Last year just a handful of people signed up for health insurance on the first day of the national open enrollment period, and this year as signups began on Saturday, the federal government says 100,000 people signed up.

The open enrollment period this year is a lot shorter, so don't be caught by surprise.

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Second Texas Healthcare Worker Tests Positive For Ebola
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2nd Dallas Hospital Worker Tests Positive for Ebola; Was on Plane Two Days Ago

A second health worker at Dallas Presbyterian Health Hospital was diagnosed with Ebola on Wednesday morning. Apparently the nurse had traveled by air from Cleveland on Monday.

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Nurse in Dallas Becomes First Ebola Patient Infected in U.S.; CDC Urges Calm

The second-ever diagnosis of Ebola in America occurred this weekend, but still, there's no reason to panic. You won't catch Ebola, don't worry.

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Category: Health, News

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