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Vitamin Treatment For Sepsis Is Put To The Test

Researchers have devised a large clinical study to quickly assess whether one doctor's apparently effective treatment for deadly sepsis is a fluke or worthy of widespread use.

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Vitamin Treatment For Sepsis Is Put To The Test

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Former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn leaves federal courthouse in Washington in July, following a status hearing. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Michael Flynn Asks For No Prison Time, Cites Help He Gave Special Counsel

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Tim Green, a former NFL player and former NPR commentator, has ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease. Green believes football gave him the disease. Heather Ainsworth for NPR hide caption

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Former NFL Player Tim Green Has A New Opponent — ALS

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Flanked by attorney Ben Crump, Emantic Bradford Sr. discusses the results of a forensic examination on his son Emantic "EJ" Bradford Jr., who was fatally shot by police after a shooting in a shopping mall on Thanksgiving Day, after being mistaken for a suspect. Jay Reeves/AP hide caption

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More Police Training Key To Determining Who Is A 'Good Guy' With A Gun

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