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Controversial Cholesterol Drug Redeemed By Global Clinical Test

Merck's Vytorin reduced the risk of heart attack and stroke more than a cholesterol-lowering statin alone. The findings come from an international study of more than 18,000 people in 39 countries.

Bill Cosby's Silence On Rape Allegations Makes Huge Media Noise

Bill Cosby's silence when asked by an NPR anchor about rape allegations made big media news. The ongoing controversy may also hint at a generational divide between his fans and his latest critics.

'Twinkle' Sparks Fireworks As Fiddler Guts Violin Method

Fiddler Mark O'Connor claims Shinichi Suzuki, creator of the popular Suzuki Method of violin instruction, was a fraud. O'Connor has created his own teaching system.

Bad Weather Brings Tornado To Twiggs County

An EF1 tornado tore through the home and farm of a Middle Georgia couple.

Slain Aid Worker Shows 'One Person Can Make A Difference,' Parents Say

In a statement, Paula and Ed Kassig remembered their 26-year-old son, Peter Kassig, also known as Abdul-Rahman Kassig, as both a realist and an idealist. Kassig was killed by the Islamic State group.

Uncovering The Heart Of Chopin Literally

It sounds like something out of a Dan Brown novel. But a secret group of 13 gathered earlier this year to exhume the preserved heart of one of the world's most beloved composers, Frederic Chopin.

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How To Handle Freezing Temperatures? Atlanta Officials, Weather Service Have This Advice

Mayor Kasim Reed says that residents should remember "the four P's": people, pipes, plants and pets.

Are Modafinil's Brain-Boosting Benefits Hype Or Science?

Modafinil has been approved for treatment of narcolepsy, but it's often used to improve mental performance. The question is, does it work? A new study says probably not.

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