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Obama confronts critics on healthcare

In an effort to dispel what he sees as misconceptions about the proposed healthcare reform, President Obama addressed a town hall meeting in New Hampshire on Tuesday.

Drinking milk may cut risk of serious diseases, study finds

According to new research, milk drinkers may live longer lives by reducing their risk of dying from cardiovascular conditions such as coronary heart disease (CHD) and stroke.

BNY Mellon: Pension funds failed to gain in July

Despite a stock market rally last month, U.S. retirement funds held steady, according to an asset management corporation.

Immigration bill by year’s end, Obama says

At the end of the summit of North American leaders, President Obama vowed to have an immigration bill proposal ready by the end of 2009.

Supplements may help protect against Alzheimer’s

A new study has found a combination of supplements containing vitamin D3 and curcumin, a compound found in turmeric, may help shield the brain from the ravages of Alzheimer’s disease.

Republican senator to quit U.S. Senate

In the latest example of a high-profile Republican resigning from public office, Senator Mel Martinez from Florida has announced he will step down some 17 months before the end of his term.

Ron Paul’s son to run for Senate

The son of the Republican Congressman from Texas Ron Paul has announced he will be seeking a Senate seat from Kentucky.

Foundation says vitamin D deficiency ‘widespread’

Following growing evidence of health benefits associated with vitamin D, the Osteoporosis Foundation has conducted a study that found a deficiency in the vitamin is common around the world.

Will gun rights be curtailed in the wake of the gym shooting?

After this week’s deadly shooting at a fitness center in Pittsburgh, anti-gun activists are seizing the opportunity to call for restrictions on carrying hidden or loaded guns in public.

Over Republican objections, Senate confirms Sotomayor for Supreme Court

With 31 Republicans saying "nay," the U.S. Senate confirmed Sonia Sotomayor to be the next Supreme Court Justice last week.

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