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Asians in US are healthier than most Americans, study finds

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SAN FRANCISCO - Asian Americans are healthier than other U.S. adults, according to federal health survey. Compared with other Americans, most Asian Americans also are less likely to report their health conditions or serious psychological problems, according the report cited by Healthday.com.

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Heavier is now ‘healthier’ than in 1970s - study

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MIAMI -- Being on the heavier side may not be as dangerous as it was in the 1970s, at least when it comes to the risk of dying, according to a study May 10.

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Pacquiao has until May 27 to decide on Olympics bid

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Manny Pacquiao has less than a week to make up his mind if he wants to join the Philippine contingent for the 2016 Rio Olympics.

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‘Healthy’ and ‘Fat-Free’ Food Labels Won’t Always Help Your Diet

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How many times have you bought a food item or two which had the label “fat-free” and “healthy” plastered on it and automatically thought it’s good for you? Way too many times, we’re guessing. However, it seems that our knowledge on what’s healthy will soon take a drastic turn.

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PH boxing team hires Donaire Sr. as ‘foreign coach’

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Veteran trainer Nonito Donaire Sr. has been tapped to serve as the national boxing team’s “foreign coach” for the Rio Olympics.

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Khan still hopeful for a Pacquiao fight: ‘Definitely a possibility’

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Despite a devastating knockout loss to Saul “Canelo” Alvarez, Amir Khan is still egging for a bigger fight against an even larger name.

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Rio dream still alive for Alkhaldi, Lacuna

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Swimmers Jasmine Alkhaldi, Jessie Khing Lacuna and Joshua Hall have until the end of June to meet the standard qualifying clockings for another tour of duty in the Olympics.

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Day goes wire-to-wire to win Players Championship

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PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Florida -- Jason Day wanted to win The Players Championship so badly that he wasn’t going to let anything stop him.

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Olympian Lariba finds inspiration in Athlete of the Year award

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Call Ian Lariba a trailblazer. At just 21 years old, the La Sallian paddler became first Filipino to qualify for the Olympics in table tennis.

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Pacquiao leaves decision on competing in Rio Olympics to people

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It is up to the people to decide if newly elected Senator Manny Pacquiao should participate in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics.

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