Freddie Prinze Jr. dubs Kiefer Sutherland an 'unprofessional dude'
Los Angeles Times
Kiefer Sutherland, left, as Jack Bauer and Freddie Prinze Jr. as Cole Ortiz in “24.” (Richard Foreman / Fox). By Nardine Saad contact the reporter

Surgeon general: Stop tanning and save your skin
USA TODAY
Those of you tanning or burning your skin this summer should stop — seek the shade, wear a hat and some sunscreen and, whatever you do, stay out of indoor tanning salons. It's a familiar skin-cancer prevention message, but it's coming from a new source: …
Surgeon General Issues Call to Action to Prevent Increase in Skin CancerSeniorJournal.com
Skin cancer is 'major public health problem,' surgeon general saysUPI.com
Tanning-Related Skin Cancer 'Major Public Health Problem' That Must Be Headlines & Global News
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Cardinals' John Abraham still absent in wake of DUI arrest report
USA TODAY
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Arizona Cardinals Pro Bowl outside linebacker John Abraham was absent for the third straight day of training camp Monday when it was also learned the NFL's active sacks leader was arrested and charged late last month for driving …
Cardinals linebacker John Abraham accused of DUI in suburban Atlantaazcentral.com
Arizona Cardinal John Abraham charged with DUIThe Idaho Statesman
Arizona Cardinals defensive end, former Gamecock Abraham charged with DUIThe State

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Are you listening? Browns players absolutely love Brian Hoyer
SportingNews.com
Some people can't bring themselves to believe Brian Hoyer will be the Cleveland Browns starting quarterback. Could it be that they just aren't listening closely enough? Two of the team's most elite players, cornerback Joe Haden and nose tackle Joe Thomas, …
Manziel's college jersey up for auctionWashington Post
NFL's 10 most intriguing coaches: Pettine tops list of rookies to watchCBSSports.com
Joe Thomas: Brian Hoyer is 'a lot like Tom Brady'NFL.com
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NCAA settles head-injury lawsuit – ESPN

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NCAA settles head-injury lawsuit
ESPN
Subscribe. NCAA Sets Precedent With Lawsuit Settlement. ESPN legal analyst Lester Munson discusses the NCAA's agreement to settle a class-action head-injury lawsuit. Tags: NCF, NCAA Other Sports

NBPA makes history with election of Michele Roberts
CBSSports.com
LAS VEGAS — Nearly 18 months after ousting Billy Hunter, the National Basketball Players Association elected Michele Roberts as its new executive director on Monday. Roberts, a Washington, D.C., trial lawyer, became the first woman to lead a male …
Michele Roberts elected as NBPA's executive directorUSA TODAY
NBA players union elects new executive directorFOXSports.com
Willis Reed Inspires 'Bad Woman' Roberts to Govern NBA's UnionBusinessweek
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Run for Your Life? Right! – MedPage Today

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Run for Your Life? Right!
MedPage Today
Cardiovascular. Run for Your Life? Right! Published: Jul 29, 2014 | Updated: Jul 29, 2014. By Crystal Phend, Senior Staff Writer, MedPage Today. Reviewed by Zalman S. Agus, MD; Emeritus Professor, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of …
A Little Running Goes a Long Way: Mortality Benefit at Just Six Miles per WeekMedscape
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Running Just Minutes a Day Cuts Death RiskNewser
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Gilead's Sovaldi prescribed more than all other hepatitis C drugs combined
San Jose Mercury News
WASHINGTON — The price may be high but so is demand. A new $1,000-per-pill drug has become the treatment of choice for Americans with hepatitis C, a liver-wasting disease that affects more than 3 million. Even with insurers reluctant to pay, Sovaldi …
$1000-a-pill hepatitis C drug now treatment of choiceNewsday
Health Highlights: July 29, 2014U.S. News & World Report

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Man Who Died of Ebola in Nigeria Was American Citizen: Wife
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It has come to our attention that the browser you are using is either not running javascript or out of date. Please enable javascript and/or update your browser if possible. The Ebola outbreak that has killed hundreds of people in west Africa has claimed its first …
Top Sierra Leone doctor dies of EbolaSFGate
Ebola outbreak: More than doctors needed to contain West Africa's CBC.ca
Ebola, Spreading in Africa, Could Land in USABC News
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Germs prefer handshakes to fist bumps
Mother Nature Network
U.S. President Barack Obama fist bumps a newly commissioned ensign during the U.S. Naval Academy Class of 2009 graduation. (Photo: Shannon O'Connor/U.S. Navy). When the British Olympic Association's head doctor urged London 2012 athletes not to …
Fist Bumps Pass Along Fewer Germs Than HandshakesNPR (blog)
Doing Business Without HandshakesInformationWeek
'Fist Bump': The New Health Care Handshake?HCPLive
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