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File photo: Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) (R) and his wife Michelle Obama bump fists at an election night rally at the Xcel Energy Center June 3, 2008 in St. Paul, Minnesota

Fist bump less germy than shaking hands

Next time you greet somebody you may want to give them a fist bump instead of a handshake.

A new study by researchers at Aberystwyth University in the U.K. shows handshakes transmit 10 times more bacteria.

Members of Doctors Without Borders work to treat an Ebola outbreak. Doctors, wearing yellow protective suits, treat a child in this image.

2nd American infected with Ebola virus

A second American has been infected with the Ebola virus while working in Africa.

Nancy Writebol, who works with the humanitarian group Serving In Mission, treated Ebola patients in Monrovia. 

Study: 100 genes linked to schizophrenia

Study: Immune system genes linked to schizophrenia

More than 100 genes in your body may be linked to you risk of schizophrenia.

That's according to a new, large study which also confirmed that genes connected to your immune system are associated with the brain disorder.

the first ever case of the mosquito borne Chikagunya disease caught in the U.S. has been diagnosed in Florida

First Chikungunya case acquired in U.S.

A mosquito-borne disease that can make it feel like your bones are being crushed has turned up in the United States.

Some people have picked up Chikungunya outside the country and then shown symptoms when they got back to the U.S. But now the Centers for Disease Control says a man in Florida is the first person to catch the disease on U.S. soil.

File photo: Study says Apples may help improve a woman's libido

Study: Apples may make ladies enjoy sex more

Watch Bleacher Report anchor Andy Scholes squirm in the hot seat as Robin Meade and Jennifer Westhoven react to a study that claims apples may have a rousing effect of the female libido. 

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You may be a heavy drinker and not even know it

Did you know one in ten adults die in the u-s each year from drinking too much booze?

The CDC says most of them are men.

Is diet soda good for dieting? Kinda...

Is diet soda good for dieting? Kinda...

Could drinking diet soda help you lose more weight than drinking water? Yes, according to a new study -- but there's a big catch.

Researchers took a group of diet soda drinkers and had half quit drinking them cold turkey. The people who kept drinking diet soda lost more weight. But here's the thing: The so-called "water group" could drink pretty much anything they wanted, so critics say they probably picked up extra calories that way.

The Cefaly headband has just been approved by the FDA to treat migraine headaches

High-tech headband treats migraines

A headband that could help with your migraine headaches has just gotten FDA approval.

It's called "Cefaly" and you wear it over your forehead.

File: Monica Briceiro, 71, suffering from Alzheimer's disease, sits on her home's couch

'Game-changer' in Alzheimer’s detection?

A new blood test could be a simple way to tell if someone is going to develop Alzheimer’s disease.

Researchers say they have one that's 90% accurate so far, and they’re calling it a potential "game-changer."

File photo: Veteran marathon runner Noel Bresland is pictured as he attempts to run a marathon 26.2 miles (42.16 km) on a treadmill inside a capsule of the famous London Eye in central London, on April 5, 2011.

6 workouts you'll actually WANT to do

Maybe you resolved to work out more in 2104, but after 5 weeks on the treadmill you're already bored.

The Morning Express ‘resolution reboot’ can help you mix things up: 

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