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FILE - In this May 10, 2012 file photo, Dr. Lisa Sterman holds up a Truvada pill, an HIV treatment pill used to prevent infection in people at high risk of getting the AIDS virus, at her office in San Francisco. Research showing that the pill does not encourage risky sex and is effective even if people skip some doses was discussed Tuesday, July 22, 2014, at the International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, Australia. The research was published by the British journal Lancet Infectious Diseases (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, File)

Many HIV sufferers untreated: CDC

- The Washington Times

Some 70 percent of people — nearly 840,000 — believed to be living with HIV in 2011 have not successfully treated their dangerous infections, the federal government said Tuesday.

Jonathan Gruber poses in his home in Lexington, Mass., in this Feb. 8, 2011, file photo. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa, File)

Jonathan Gruber, Obamacare ‘architect,’ agrees to testify before Congress

- The Washington Times

Jonathan Gruber, an MIT economics professor and key Obamacare adviser, has agreed to testify before the House oversight committee next month after critics unearthed a string of YouTube videos that depict him saying the “stupidity” of the American voter and legislative sleight of hand helped the contentious law make it through Congress.

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Official: Gunmen kill 4 polio workers in Pakistan

- Associated Press

Gunmen attacked a polio vaccination team Wednesday, killing four health workers, while a suspected U.S. drone strike killed four alleged militants in Pakistan, officials said.

Kalamazoo college to reinvent culinary education

- Associated Press

Every chef can stir and saute, but those coming out of the new Kalamazoo Valley Community College culinary school will know about sustainability and locally sourcing their food as well.

This Nov. 25, 2014 photo provided by the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office shows Sandy Ngyuen, 28, who collected tens of thousands of dollars in charitable contributions after lying about her 6-year-old son having cancer and was sentenced Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014 to five years of probation and 90 nights in jail. Nguyen pleaded guilty to one count each of charitable fraud and child abuse. (AP Photo/Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office)

Woman who faked son's cancer gets probation

Associated Press

A suburban Denver woman who collected tens of thousands of dollars in charitable contributions after lying about her 6-year-old son having cancer was sentenced Tuesday to five years of probation and 90 nights in jail.

Nurse who had Ebola asks bridal shop for refunds

Associated Press

A Dallas nurse who was diagnosed with Ebola is requesting refunds from the Ohio bridal shop she visited, but the store says the reimbursements aren't feasible because it had to temporarily close and lost significant business.

Medical marijuana proposal draws some worries

Associated Press

A 12,600-square-foot medical marijuana dispensary proposed in Epping, New Hampshire, has not been well received by some selectmen, despite the fact that medical marijuana is now legal in the state.

FILE - In this July 18, 2008 file photo, calories of each food item appear on a McDonalds drive-thru menu in New York.   The Food and Drug Administration announced long-delayed calorie labeling rules Tuesday, requiring establishments that sell prepared foods and have 20 or more locations to post the calorie content of food "clearly and conspicuously" on their menus, menu boards and displays. Companies will have until November 2015 to comply.  (AP Photo/Ed Ou, File)

Calorie count to appear with many prepared foods

- Associated Press

Diners will soon know how many calories are in that bacon cheeseburger at a chain restaurant, the pasta salad in the supermarket salad bar and even that buttery tub of popcorn at the movie theater.

Seizure patient maintains music education

Associated Press

A Northern Kentucky University student who beat leukemia at 6 years old, then developed seizures that threatened her future as a singer is performing for her doctors and patients this week in Lexington.

What's covered in new menu labeling rules

- Associated Press

The Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday is announcing new rules requiring chain restaurants, movie theaters and other retailers that sell prepared foods to put calorie labels on menus and menu boards. The rules will only apply to establishments that have 20 or more locations.