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Spreading Germs in the Workplace

Updated: 12/07/2006 - People will spread more than joy this holiday season, find out how you may get germs from the workplace.

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Upton Cracks Down on Cold-Medicine Abusers

Updated: 12/06/2006 - There is been a dramatic increase in young people abusing drugs, which are probably sitting in your medicine cabinet. Lawmakers hope new legislation will keep kids safe.

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Special Titanium Spacer Used In Back Surgery

Updated: 12/06/2006 - For thirty years Dick Lowrie has dealt with Spinal Stenosis, a common degenerative condition where the spine narrows and puts pressure on the nerves.

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Cutting Calories May Keep You Healthier Longer

Posted: 12/06/2006 - All those holiday parties and desserts make for some sweet temptations during the holiday season. Avoiding sweets is not just a good idea for the holidays. Cutting back on calories may keep you healthier longer.

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Chicken Bacteria

Posted: 12/06/2006 - With 27 billion pounds of chicken sold in the U.S. this year, Americans eat chicken two to three times a week. A word of caution: according to a new Consumer Reports study a stunning amount of the chicken on your plate could make you sick.

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East Coast e.Coli Update

Posted: 12/05/2006 - Health officials have now reported almost 40 people have gotten sick in New Jersey and parts of New York, up from 19 Monday.

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The Connection Between Sugary Drinks and Cancer

Posted: 12/05/2006 - New research shows a connection between sodas, sweet drinks, and a deadly form of cancer. Researchers believe they have found a link between these drinks and pancreatic cancer.

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Holiday Heart Syndrome

Posted: 12/05/2006 - Cardiologists say too much alcohol can send your heart into an abnormal rhythm and create holiday heart syndrome.

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E.coli Outbreak in New Jersey

Updated: 12/04/2006 - Three New Jersey Taco Bell restaurants have been linked to at least 19 E.coli infections.

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New Heart Health Study Halted

Updated: 12/04/2006 - Trials of a potential blockbuster cholesterol drug were halted after a safety board found the drug actually increased cardiovascular deaths.

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Garlic And Onions For Health

Updated: 12/04/2006 - European researchers analyzed eight studies, and concluded that older adults who consumed diets rich in onions and garlic had the lowest risk of several cancers such as colon, throat and ovarian cancer

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The Holidays Bring on the Hunger

Posted: 12/01/2006 - Doctors say that holiday anxiety can lead to binge eating and they have a few ways to helo deal with the stress.

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New Research for Fighting Infection

Updated: 11/30/2006 - One of the biggest problems doctors face when dealing with infection, is knowing what it is and what will work to treat it.

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Survey Finds Many Incorrectly Follow Medicine Labels

Posted: 11/30/2006 - But a new survey finds many people are not taking their medicine correctly. Researchers found that could be because many people have trouble following the directions on the labels.

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New Medical Procedure Helps Diagnose Heart Attacks

Updated: 11/30/2006 - Right now, doctors have two common ways to tell you if you have had a heart attack: An EKG or a blood test. Ultrasound pictures enhanced with micro bubbles is a new technique doctors are using.

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