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Second baby possibly 'cured' of HIV

The first time, it happened almost by accident.<p>Just hours after delivery, a baby born with HIV in Mississippi was given high doses of three antiretroviral drugs. More than three years later, doctors say the little girl has no evidence of the life-threatening disease in her blood, despite being off …

8 foods that'll never make you fat

Usually, when something sounds too good to be true, it is. Not the case here. Though chocolate and other sweet treats didn’t make the cut, we’ve got …

Nutrition

10 ways to burn fat and keep it off for good

1. Eat more protein<p>Protein not only helps build muscle, but during times of calorie restriction, it helps you hang on to the muscle you already have. …

6 Engagement Questions Answered

1 of 7<p>There comes a point in every guy's life when he realizes pretty much all his friends are in committed relationships, his Facebook newsfeed is …

13 healthy snacks to eat when you’re tired, hungry, and irritated

KIND bars<p>Many protein or meal bars contain added sugars and unnecessary, unhealthy ingredients. KIND stands out in the world of pre-packaged bars …

Leaked Snowden documents detail NSA's plans for 'millions' of malware attacks

Over the past months, leaked documents from the NSA, GCHQ, and other agencies have shed light on efforts to dramatically scale the process of putting malware on targets' computers. At <i>The Intercept</i>, Glenn Greenwald and Ryan Gallagher have published more details about how these programs work, and …

Gonorrhea is about to become impossible to treat

Antibiotic resistance means the STD might soon spread more aggressively than ever<p>Gonorrhea has taken many forms over the last few decades. The strain that people acquire today isn't the same one that previous generations had to deal with. In fact, it might not be the same strain that infected …