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Peter Boizot, Founder of the PizzaExpress Chain, Dies at 89

He grew up with a limited culinary palate, but he developed a love for pizza in Italy that he brought home to England and turned into a multinational success.

Washinton Post /
Ex-Venezuela oil minister reportedly dies in state custody

A former top official at Venezuela’s state-owned oil company PDVSA says the jailed ex-head of the monopoly has died in state custody

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Excess body weight responsible for 4% of cancers worldwide, study says

Excess body fat and obesity were responsible for 3.9% of cancers worldwide in 2012 and an increased risk of at least 13 cancers, including ...

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Space doesn’t harm this important part of the human body

Research has shown that time in space can increase the risk of cancer and trigger gene mutations. But a new study has found that one crucial part of ...

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Women after child birth face greater risk of breast cancer, study says

Women who recently gave birth have an 80 percent higher risk of developing breast cancer than women in the same age group who haven't, according to a recent study.

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A new spray could fight cancer recurrence after tumor removals

A new immune-boosting spray could stop recurrence of cancer in patients, a study says.

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'A true tragedy': University of Richmond football player Augustus 'Gus' Lee dies

Richmond DB Augustus 'Gus' Lee died Tuesday. "His loss is a true tragedy to those who knew and loved him," coach Russ Huesman said in a statement.        

NY Times /
Lothar Baumgarten Dies at 74; Artist Explored Collision of Cultures

Many of his conceptual pieces drew on the months he spent living with a tribe in the Amazon.

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus Reveals the Brutal Truth About Her Breast Cancer Battle

Julia Louis-Dreyfus is opening up about her breast cancer battle. It was just over a year ago today that the Veep actress shared her diagnosis with ...

Washinton Post /
Richmond football player and Paul VI graduate Augustus ‘Gus’ Lee dies

Lee, who played in all 11 of the Spiders' games this season, was 20.

Washinton Post /
Richmond football player and Paul VI graduate Augustus ‘Gus’ Lee dies

Lee, who played in all 11 of the Spiders' games this season, was 20.

CBS /
Breast cancer risk may increase after childbirth, study finds

The study looked at data from nearly 890,000 women of different ages

UPI /
New technology could predict cancer outcome

Researchers say they can predict how aggressive a cancer diagnosis will be by pinpointing a certain class of its biomarkers.

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Breast cancer risk may increase for women after recent childbirth, study finds

New research led by doctors from the University of North Carolina and the Institute of Cancer Research in London shows women who have babies may have ...

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WATCH: Boy raises money to buy best friend's gravestone after cancer fight

Kaleb Klakulak, 12, started a fundraiser after learning that his friend's mother couldn't afford a gravestone for her son's burial plot.

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Million-dollar homes and a cancer battle: Story of Huawei's jailed CFO

The arrest of Huawei's chief financial officer has thrust her into the middle of a diplomatic storm and is exposing details of her life that were once shrouded in secrecy.

CBS /
Mayor takes terminally ill dog on cross-country road trip

Paul Heroux and his dog Mura have been inseparable since she was a few weeks old. After Mura was diagnosed with cancer, Heroux decided to take his loyal companion on a cross-country road trip. CBS News correspondent Don Dahler reports.

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Indie game 'Celeste' is getting a limited physical release

One of the downsides of digital media is never getting the satisfaction of holding your favorite title in hand. That will change for fans of indie platformer Celeste. Limited Run Games is releasing physical copies of the title for PlayStation 4 and N...

NY Times /
Evelyn Berezin, 93, Dies; Built the First True Word Processor

Her device freed secretaries from the typewriter. But as word processing became ubiquitous, it helped eliminate their jobs.

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