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U.S. Athletes Told to Consider Skipping the Olympics If They're Worried About Zika Virus

Originally posted 02/09/2016 04:05PM

The United States Olympic Committee told U.S. sports federations that athletes who fear for their health amid the Zika virus outbreak should consider not going to the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio this August.

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Filed Under: Olympics, Health, Sports
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Hugh Jackman Treated for Skin Cancer on His Nose for the Fourth Time

Hugh Jackman Treated for Skin Cancer on His Nose for the Fourth Time

Originally posted 02/08/2016 01:40PM

Hugh Jackman has once again been treated for skin cancer on his nose.

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Marijuana-Based Vaginal Suppositories May Relieve Menstrual Cramps – But Are They Safe?

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Health Experts Weigh In on Safety of Marijuana-Based Vaginal Suppository to Relieve Menstrual Cramps

Originally posted 02/08/2016 09:30AM

A cannabis-based vaginal suppository is now on the market, claiming to help relieve menstrual cramps – but even if you were willing to try this very unorthodox method of dealing with period pain, should you?

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Filed Under: Feminism, Health

Devon Still's Daughter Leah, 5, Presents NFL Comeback Award After Beating Her Own Cancer Diagnosis

Originally posted 02/07/2016 11:00AM

Devon Still's little girl isn't just surviving, she's thriving.

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Christoph Waltz Urges Men to 'Take Control' of Their Health

Christoph Waltz Urges Men to 'Take Control' of Their Health

Originally posted 02/06/2016 12:30PM

Christoph Waltz says teaming up with The The Movember Foundation was "a no brainer."

"Men can often pretend to be tough guys and don't seek medical treatment when they should," Waltz tells PEOPLE. "But prostate and testicular cancer are killers and there is nothing manly about trying to make cancer go away by ignoring it."

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Filed Under: Health, Christoph Waltz

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Mob Wives Star Alicia DiMichele on Big Ang's Brave Cancer Battle: 'You Would Never Know That She Is in the Fight of Her Life'

Originally posted 02/05/2016 11:50AM

Mob Wives' Angela "Big Ang" Raiola was just dealt a heartbreaking blow in her cancer battle: The chemotherapy isn't working.

Despite the devastating news, her costar Alicia DiMichele tells PEOPLE that the fan-favorite reality personality is staying positive.

"Ang is truly a beautiful person and is what I like to call 'Soul Rich.' One thing I always say is that I have 'Big Love for Big Ang,' " says DiMichele, who appeared on season 4. "I had the pleasure of spending time with Ang a couple of weeks ago. I was amazed by her. She lights up the room making everyone in it feel special."

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Father Warns Parents About Toe-Tourniquet Syndrome, Shares Dramatic Photo of His Baby Daughter's Injured Digit

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Father Warns Parents About Toe-Tourniquet Syndrome, Shares Dramatic Photo of His Baby Daughter's Injured Digit

Originally posted 02/04/2016 01:20PM

One father is making sure more parents are informed about toe-tourniquet syndrome after his baby daughter had a harrowing experience with the common condition.

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Angela 'Big Ang' Raiola's Mob Wives Costars Rally in Support During Cancer Battle: 'You're a Fighter'

Originally posted 02/04/2016 11:55AM

[CUSTOM_PLAYER_BRIGHTCOVE "4739043302001" "371" "600"] As Angela "Big Ang" Raiola fights for her life, she can count on family, friends and her Mob Wives costars to be in her corner.

On Tuesday, Raiola's sister Janine Detore created a GoFundMe page seeking $25,000 for alternative cures since treatments for the VH1 star, who was hospitalized after stage-4 lung and brain cancer, have not been working.

In the days since, her costars on the reality show have taken to Twitter and Instagram in a show of support for the woman they call their "momma bear."

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Former NFL Quarterback Troy Aikman: The Moment I Was Told I Had Skin Cancer

Former NFL Quarterback Troy Aikman: The Moment I Was Told I Had Skin Cancer

Originally posted 02/04/2016 11:10AM

Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman, 49, was diagnosed with stage 2 melanoma in 1998 and is now a spokesperson for the Melanoma Just Got Personal campaign. Here he shares his cancer story with PEOPLE:

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Filed Under: Health, Sports
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Oregon Toddler with Microcephaly Overcomes Limitations: 'Everything He Accomplishes Is a Miracle,' Says Mom

Oregon Toddler with Microcephaly Overcomes Limitations: 'Everything He Accomplishes Is a Miracle,' Says Mom

Originally posted 02/04/2016 09:30AM

For Amy Ottaway, watching her son Dylan take his first steps just days short of his second birthday was "the most magical thing I've ever seen," she tells PEOPLE.

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