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One more reason to exercise regularly

Approximately 18% of women are diagnosed with gestational diabetes during pregnancy -- meaning they're up to seven times more likely to develop type 2 diabetes later in life.

When you need antibiotics -- and when you don't

You're sick. You're not sure what it is, but you know you would really love for this achy feeling, stuffed up head, or painful cough to go away. So you go to the doctor -- and demand drugs.

Would you live in a house made of urine and bacteria? It's a surprisingly good idea

Peter Trimble found his formula through trial and error.

State-by-state: A frenzied few months on the same-sex marriage front

The wave started last summer in the Supreme Court.

Mayor's advice to the bullied: 'Grow a pair'

The mayor of Porterville, California, has some advice for people who are bullied.

BART settles civil rights suit related to Grant killing for $175,000

A California transit authority has agreed to pay damages to five men who were detained with Oscar Grant, the victim of a high-profile fatal police shooting in 2009.

4 killed in California bus crash

A tour bus crash with a big rig and two vehicles in California early Wednesday killed four people and injured nearly two dozen others near the Arizona border, according to the California Highway Patrol.

eBay hacked, customers must reset passwords

Hackers quietly broke into eBay two months ago and stole a database full of user information, the online auction site revealed Wednesday.

Two boys arrested, accused of putting poison in teacher's water bottle

Two New York City fourth-graders were arrested Tuesday after allegedly putting poison in a teacher's water bottle, police said.

It's not looking good for Target

The tough times at Target continue. First it was the customer data breach in December. Now it's a fired CEO and lackluster profits for the start of 2014.