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Can a text message help you lose weight? A new study says yes, depending on what the text says. (Credit: CBS 2)

Would You Partake In A Text Messaging Diet? Study Shows It Works

Can a text message help you lose weight? New research says, yes, it can, but it all depends on what the message says.

11/18/2013

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Nets Finish Five-Day Training Camp At Duke

Nets return home without any new injuries, though point guard Deron Williams and new acquisition Jason Terry remained limited.

10/05/2013

Columbia University - New York, NY (file / credit: DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images)

Princeton Tops List, Columbia Comes In 4th In U.S. News College Rankings

Princeton University topped the list, and Columbia University came in fourth, at the newly-released Best Colleges list from U.S. News and World Report.

09/10/2013

Army Officers' Freedom Run

Army Officers Take 6-Day, 500-Mile Run To Ground Zero

A small group of U.S. Army officers arrived at ground zero in Lower Manhattan, concluding a six-day, 500-mile relay run.

08/17/2013

"Hurricane Relief" sign in Canarsie, Brooklyn (credit: Sancha Medwinter)

Duke Student: Some New Yorkers Didn’t Really Try To Find Sandy Aid

After superstorm Sandy, most people in New York City knew there was aid out there somewhere. but some didn’t even try to find it.

03/18/2013

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Study: Lumpectomy Combined With Radiation Could Be Powerful Weapon In Fight Against Breast Cancer

Researchers recently found that out of 112,000 women in California who were suffering from early stage breast cancer, the patients who received lumpectomies and radiation were 14 percent less likely to die than those who had mastectomies.

01/28/2013

Gary Carter (credit: Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

Ex-Mets Catcher Gary Carter To Fight Brain Tumor With Chemo, Radiation

Ex-1986 Mets catcher Gary Carter was diagnosed Tuesday with a malignant brain tumor called a glioblastoma and will treat it with chemotherapy and radiation. Doctors at Duke University say the location of the tumor makes it difficult to remove through an operation.

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