Overwhelmed by Too Many Health Tips? Cheat Sheet for Men's Cancer Screenings and Good Health
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Director of CDC's Division of Cancer Prevention and Control

Several weeks ago I wrote a blog post that really hit the mark for many women. I heard from many readers asking for this same type of information for men. So in honor of Men's Health Week and Father's Day, I hope this information finds its way to all of the special men in our lives.

If you're like my husband, you get a lot of health tips from your wife, mom, coworkers, and friends. Some of them are scientific, while others are just general healthy living tips that someone read in a magazine or heard on a talk show: exercise, get more sleep, get a flu shot, get a colonoscopy, don't smoke, watch your cholesterol, wear sunscreen, check your blood pressure...the list goes on.

California's single-payer health plan's annual price tag: $400 billion
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SACRAMENTO >> The annual price tag for California's proposed universal single-payer health care system would be a staggering $400 billion, according to a state Senate Appropriations Committee report released Monday.

While existing federal, state and local funding would amount to about $200 billion to offset part of the total cost, the report said, Californians would be on the hook for around $200 billion in additional tax revenues to make up the balance.

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Are you getting enough sleep?
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Learn how much sleep you need for good health.

People will often cut back on their sleep for work, for family demands, or even to watch a good show on television. But if not getting enough sleep is a regular part of your routine, you may be at an increased risk for obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, coronary heart disease and stroke, poor mental health, and even early death. Even one night of short sleep can affect you the next day. Not surprisingly, you're more likely to feel sleepy. On top of that, you're more likely to be in a bad mood, be less productive at work, and to be involved in a motor vehicle crash.

Look at the flying car Airbus is developing in San Jose
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Airbus engineers working at a lab in San Jose say they've designed a flying car that they'd like to begin testing by the end of the year.

The company's A3 (pronounced "A cubed") division this week published a concept video of a single-seater, eight-rotor aircraft called Vahana. The craft is all-electric and self-flying, outfitted with cameras, radar and LiDAR sensors, designed to maneuver around birds, airplanes and other drones.

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