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Cancer Diagnosis Increases Risk Of Suicide, Heart Attack And Stroke

Researchers have found that when a person is given a cancer diagnosis it can have deadly consequences.  According to a new study a cancer diagnosis can increase the risk of suicide, heart attack and stroke.

The Swedish study followed more than 6 million a

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Lack of Sleep Can Lead to Poor Heart Health

All of us "Morning Radio" personalities are sleep deprived.  Having to get up so early in the morning, 3:30 to 4 am every morning, Monday through Friday, makes it very difficult to really get the 'so called' required amount of sleep you're supposed to need.  I mean, hey, who wants to go to bed at 7 or 8 at night?  Not I.

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Nope! That Reporter Didn’t Suffer A Stroke But Here Is What Happened

Her name is now known across the world, but probably not for the reasons she had hoped.  Serene Branson, that TV reporter who on camera started speaking incoherently during a live shot outside the Grammys said she was terrified when it happened because she knew something was terribly wrong as soon as she opened her mouth

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Serene Branson Picture Courtesy Of Fancast.com & CBS
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Did This Reporter Suffer A Stroke On Camera? Sure Looks Like Something Happened.

Reporter Serene Branson, was rushed to the hospital after her speech became slurred and incoherent while giving a Grammy report after the show.  Her vital signs were normal, after emergency crews were called and examined her

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