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Doctors Wary Of New Cholesterol Drugs

Updated: 03/30/2008 - Leading doctors urged a return to older, tried-and-true treatments for high cholesterol after hearing full results Sunday of a failed trial of Vytorin.

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Yogurt Recall

Posted: 03/30/2008 - Stonyfield Farm is recalling several batches of its blueberry yogurt after consumers complained of finding plastic or glass fragments in the 6 ounce cups.

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Scanning DNA Leads To Discoveries

Posted: 03/30/2008 - Scientists are scanning human DNA with a precision and scope once unthinkable and rapidly finding genes linked to cancer, arthritis, diabetes and other diseases.

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Beijing Pledges To Kick Smoking Habit

Posted: 03/30/2008 - China is home to 350 million smokers - a third of the global total. More than 150 Chinese cities already have limited restrictions, but the capital would be the first to ban smoking in all restaurants, offices and schools,

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Home Bipolar Disorder Test Causes A Stir

Posted: 03/23/2008 - Dr. John Kelsoe has spent his career trying to identify the biological roots of bipolar disorder. He began selling bipolar genetic tests straight to the public over the Internet last month for $399.

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FDA Warning On Cantaloupes

Posted: 03/22/2008 - An import alert concerning cantaloupes from Honduras. They could been infected with Salmonella.

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Seven In Hospital Due To Salmonella From Colorado Town's Water

Posted: 03/21/2008 - It could be three weeks before residents of a southern Colorado town can drink water straight from the tap after dozens of cases of salmonella poisoning were linked to municipal water, putting seven people in the hospital

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CDC Says 25% of Teenage Girls have an STD

Posted: 03/11/2008 - According to a new study from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, at least one in four teenage girls nationwide has a sexually transmitted disease.

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Lab Results Show Flu Activity Peaking Throughout The Nation

Posted: 02/09/2008 - If it seems like everyone around you has the flu -- you're probably right! Centers For Disease Control officials say we are entering the peak of flu season, and lab results show 31 states have reported widespread flu activity.

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Time Management Week Two

Updated: 02/07/2008 - It's week two of our time management series and so far I've shown you some people who say they're good at time management and others, like myself who are looking to get better. I've enlisted the help of Barry Dixon, a mental health expert.

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Study Finds Compound Can Get Into Your Babies' Skin

Updated: 02/04/2008 - A study suggests compounds from some infant bath care products can be absorbed through babies' skin. However, it's unclear what the health consequences of this may be, if there are any at all.

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Time Management Series, Week One

Updated: 01/31/2008 - Have you ever found yourself saying you just don't have enough time to get done what you need?

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Costs Of Diabetes Care

Posted: 01/27/2008 - Diabetes care costs the United States more than wars, according to a report from the American Diabetes Association.

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Contraceptives Could Prevent Cancer

Posted: 01/27/2008 - Women who take birth control pills may be lowering their risk for ovarian cancer. Researchers at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom compared the medical records of women with and without ovarian cancer.

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The Saddest Day

Posted: 01/21/2008 - Most of our holiday decorations are packed away, and the credit card bills are starting to roll in after the holiday season spending spree. Sounds depressing, huh?

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"Talk Therapy" May Help With Panic Disorder

Posted: 01/20/2008 - Just walking down a very crowded street might be enough to instill intense anxiety in people who suffer from panic disorder. Research from Weill Cornell Medical College finds three months of something called "talk therapy" might help ease symptoms.

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Diabetes And Depression

Posted: 01/20/2008 - Adults with diabetes may be at risk for another disorder: depression.

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Kids And Egg Allergies

Posted: 01/19/2008 - If you're the parent of a child with an allergy to eggs. You know they can be hidden in a lot of places, from cakes to vaccines.

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Getting A Good Night's Sleep

Posted: 01/19/2008 - If you're not getting enough sleep at night, you may be more at risk for heart disease.

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Army Screening For Brain Injuries

Posted: 01/19/2008 - Up to one in five soldiers returning from combat in Iraq and Afghanistan has a mild brain injury.

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Benefits Of A Good Walk

Posted: 01/06/2008 - Women looking for relief from some of the symptoms of menopause may benefit from walking.

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