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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Not Linked To Virus

Researchers examined blood samples from 147 people diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome and 146 healthy subjects. The researchers found no traces of the viruses previously linked to chronic fatigue syndrome in either group.

Do Something Awards 2012: Winners And Best Dressed At VH1?s Annual Charitable Award Show [PHOTOS]

On Sunday, celebrities, athletes and those in the limelight gathered in Santa Monica, Calif. for the 2012 Do Something Awards by VH1 to celebrate the year's most charitable people. Some of the best dressed of the night on the red carpet included Lea Michelle, Kristen Bell, Ashley Greene, Nikki Reed and Olivia Munn. View photos of the red carpet and ceremony and a full list of winners ahead of the VH1 broadcast which will air on Tuesday.
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Robin Roberts Takes Break From 'GMA,' Felt 'Moment Of Fatigue' While On Air

Robin Roberts, "Good Morning America" co-anchor, announced she would be taking a break from the show due to her blood and bone marrow disease, Reuters reported.The 51-year-old Roberts explained that she was "not feeling well" and needed to "get some vacay" time in before she headed for her upcoming bone marrow transplant.
Nora Ephron Dies From Acute Myeloid Leukemia

Nora Ephron Dies at 71: Top 10 Movie Lines

Famous screenwriter Nora Ephron has just passed away from leukemia just hours after a rumor went viral claiming her premature death. As a way to commemorate her life and her work, let's take a peak at some of Ephron's top ten famous lines from her movies: Julie and Julia, You've Got Mail, Sleepless in Seattle and When Harry Met Sally.
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Hospitals Fight Drug Scarcity, Fear Patients Harmed

The growing scarcity of sterile, injectable drugs is one of the biggest issues confronting hospitals across the country, and will be a key issue at the annual American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting in Chicago this weekend.


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