The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced Monday that the green coffee bean supplements—made famous by being mentioned on The Dr. Oz Show—will no longer have false weight-loss advertising after reaching a $9 million settlement. Learn more
A new study by researchers at several universities has found that people with untreated high cholestrol in their 30s may have double the risk of heart disease by the time they reach their 60s. Learn more
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Most women with breast cancer don't have a clear understanding of their particular condition, which can prevent them from making informed decisions about their treatment, according to a new study published in the journal Cancer. Learn more
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Ida May Fuller, a recently retired legal secretary living in Vermont, becomes the first American to receive a Social Security check from the U.S. government. It’s for a grand total of $22.54, or about $350 in today’s dollars. The check is almost equal to what Fuller had paid in Social Security taxes--$24.75—in the three years before her retirement. She’ll live to be 100 and ultimately will receive almost checks from the government totaling far more than she had contributed. Get the full story.