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Over the past decade, a number of studies have raised questions about whether calcium supplements might contribute to heart disease or stroke. Just this month, a study of U.S. adults found that supplement users were more likely than nonusers to have plaque buildup in their heart arteries. Comment?
In a culture that values youth, aging can seem like a dismal prospect. But a new study suggests that older adults are generally less stressed and happier with their lives than younger people are. Comment?
Millennials, take heed: Job dissatisfaction in your 20s or 30s can undermine your health by mid-life, new research suggests. "Those who are, on average, very satisfied versus satisfied tend to have better health in their 40s," said study lead author Jonathan Dirlam. Comment?
A Washington, D.C.-area transit police officer has been arrested and charged with attempting to provide material support to Islamic State, The Washington Post reported Wednesday. Nicholas Young, 36, of Fairfax, Virginia, was arrested on Wednesday morning at police headquarters, the newspaper said. Comment?
Republican Presidential candidate John Kasich drew scorn Monday after a video emerged in which he told an assembled crowd that early in his career, he gleaned support from women who "left their kitchens" to campaign. The comments were made in reference to his 1978 run for state senate, according to a spokesman, and not his current presidential campaign, in which he is running fifth nationally for the Republican nomination, Reuters-Ipsos polling shows. Comment?
The Ohio governor and former congressman told about 1,000 people at a town hall in Fairfax, Virginia, that he started campaigning with very little support. "How did I get elected? I didn't have anybody for me. Comment?
Justice Antonin Scalia's body will lie in repose at the Supreme Court on Friday and his funeral is set for Saturday, according to news reports. His courtroom chair on Tuesday was draped in black to mark his death as part of a Supreme Court tradition that dates to the 19th century. Comment?
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