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Becoming More Heart Healthy

Posted: 09/27/2006 - A common heartburn medication may also play a role in making you more heart healthy.

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A Lesson in Fatty Foods

Posted: 09/27/2006 - New York City may soon give residents and visitors a lesson in fatty foods. The New York City Health Department is considering a ban on artificial trans-fatty acids.

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Are Statins Right For You?

Posted: 09/27/2006 - About 11-million Americans take cholesterol-lowering drugs known as Statins. They are the most widely sold drugs in this country. Some doctors say they are over-prescribed, while others say they are not prescribed enough.

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Osteoporosis Breakthrough

Posted: 09/26/2006 - There is news of an important step in the fight against osteoporosis. Experts in the field say they have developed a formula that can accurately predict the risk for fracture in 75 percent of women.

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Is Breakfast Really Necessary?

Posted: 09/26/2006 - We’ve been told breakfast is the only way to start the day, but is it?New information is leading nutritionists and scientists to question that age old breakfast adage.

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Broken Heat Syndrome Often Misdiagnosed

Posted: 09/26/2006 - Just about all of us have had our hearts broken at one time or another. Now however, researchers from Johns Hopkins have discovered severe grief can cause a real medical condition that looks much like a heart attack, and is often misdiagnosed.

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New Option to Treat High Blood Pressure

Posted: 09/22/2006 - Don't want to take medication to treat your high blood pressure? There may be another option; it's called Resperate; it's designed to slow your breathing.

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“Pharming” To Get High: Alarming New Trend Among Teens

Posted: 09/22/2006 - A new and disturbing drug abuse trend will shock you. It involves parties where teens put prescription drugs in a bowl and take a handful, without knowing what they are. The dangerous trend is called “pharming”, which is the abuse of legal pharmaceuticals.

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Hand Mentor Helps Stroke Patients Re-Learn Life Skills

Posted: 09/21/2006 - Having a stroke can wipe out a lifetime of learning. Walking, eating, and getting dressed can be difficult or even impossible. The "hand mentor" helps patients learn to extend their wrists by listening to his brain.

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Potty Training Tips

Posted: 09/21/2006 - Is there a crash course, potty 101, in the final days before school starts? Pediatricians say no!

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