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Buffett diagnosed with prostate cancer

CNN's Elizabeth Cohen explains the treatment process for iconic investor Warren Buffett's type of prostate cancer.

What all the letters mean to your heart

Susan Hendricks reports on the ABCs of heart health in today's Health Minute.

Why is U.S. fast food saltier?

It's no secret that fast-food fare like burgers, french fries, and fried chicken tends to be high in sodium. According to a new study, however, American fast-food customers may be getting a larger dose of sodium than their counterparts in other countries — even if they order the exact same items off the menu.

Parents reveal ‘autism milestones’

On World Autism Awareness Day, CNN iReport asked families affected by the developmental disorder to tell the world what their lives are like. Parents of children along the autism spectrum described incredible highs and lows…

Vaccines don’t have to hurt as much

A new study looks at ways to comfort babies when they are being vaccinated.

A glimpse into autism breaks dad’s heart

A father of children with autism encounters a homeless man in a parking lot. Why that meeting broke his heart.

Brain electrodes to fight depression

The first time Edi Guyton tried to commit suicide, she was 19 years old, wracked with depression and unable to deal with the social and academic pressure of college.

Military rape victim: ‘I’m not crazy’

CNN has interviewed women in all branches of the armed forces, who tell stories that follow a similar pattern — a sexual assault, a command dismissive of the allegations and a psychiatric discharge. The Pentagon says sexual assaults are unacceptable.

Report: Yellowfin tuna tied to Salmonella outbreak

A frozen raw yellowfin tuna product from a California-based company likely is responsible for an outbreak of salmonella across 20 U.S. states, plus the District of Columbia, the CDC says.

Doctor: Better screening needed for ovarian cancer

Q: This week the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force issued preliminary guidelines for ovarian cancer screening. It recommends against routine screening saying that the risk of false positive diagnoses outweighs the benefits. How can this be and why is it so hard to find a good screening test for ovarian cancer?

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