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Diet Pepsi brings aspartame back

The aspartame is back in Diet Pepsi.

Just 10 months after Pepsi announced it would stop using the artificial sweetener in Diet Pepsi due to consumer safety concerns, the company said it will bring aspartame back.

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CDC

Officials working with water park after amoeba kills woman

A water park in North Carolina, where a deadly amoeba was found in the water after the death of an Ohio woman, will not be fully reopening for several weeks, Mecklenburg County Health Director Dr. Marcus Plescia said Monday.

Wendy Davis

Wendy Davis

Wendy Davis: 'Overjoyed' by SCOTUS ruling

Former Texas state Sen. Wendy Davis said Monday she was "absolutely overjoyed" by the Supreme Court's ruling that struck down a Texas abortion access law.

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WISN

Woman calls police to report their cat is going crazy

GREENFIELD, Wis. (WISN) - A woman called Greenfield, Wisconsin, police to report their pet cat was holding her and her husband hostage in their own home. 

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California hosts 'World's Ugliest Dog Contest'

The Sonoma-Marin Fair will host the World's Ugliest Dog Contest Friday in Petaluma, California.

Annette Bening, Warren Beatty, April 2013

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Longest-lasting celebrity couples

Not every celebrity marriage is bound to fail. Some stars have defied the odds, including these long-lasting couples who are still together today.

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Meet the man redefining 'disabled' in Colombia

As a young man with cerebral palsy, Jeison Aristizábal has fought his entire life to overcome the obstacles in his way.

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Flint water crisis: How bad was it?

The residents of Flint, Michigan, continue to face an unprecedented crisis over lead in water. A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention makes clear how much damage was done.

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Google

WHO weighs emergency measures for yellow fever vaccine

In Angola, the worst outbreak of yellow fever in three decades may result in a vaccine shortage. If this happens, fractional dosing -- giving one-fifth the standard amount of vaccine -- could be used to control an outbreak of the viral hemorrhagic disease.

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Study: College education linked to brain tumor risk

A Swedish study suggests that people who attend college may be more likely to develop certain types of brain tumors.

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Worldwide drug use steady, but heroin on rise in U.S.

Worldwide, drug use has remained steady over the past four years, according to a report released today by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. However, researchers found that heroin use in the United States is up 145 percent since 2007.

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