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Not quite Norman Bates: Are you "Almost a Psychopath?"

Updated: 01/16/2013 - Is there something just a little bit off about one of your friends, family members or co-workers? While they may not suffer from a mental disorder, they could be closer than you think.

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"Casting" Call: A Cure Scoliosis?

Updated: 01/15/2013 - Scoliosis is a potentially fatal condition for children. The spine curvature can be improved with surgeries and metal rods, but now doctors believe something simple could cure it in some kids.

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New pump for diabetics

Updated: 01/11/2013 - Type 1 diabetics need insulin every day to deal with their disease, but the life-saver comes with a potentially deadly side effect. Now a new system aims to keep patients safe.

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Dangerous delays? The trouble with telsurgery

Updated: 01/10/2013 - Have you ever tried to move your computer's mouse and the on-screen cursor didn't respond right away? It can be frustrating, but it's nothing compared to what some surgeons are facing. Now researchers and doctors are trying to beat a surgical snafu that is hindering a breakthrough.

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Repairing Paralyzed Nerves

Updated: 12/28/2012 - Your body is made up of 214 major nerves. Each is an electric pathway that keeps your body feeling and moving. If one of the nerves dies, or is torn apart, it can mean paralysis.

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HIV Controversy: A Pill for Prevention?

Updated: 12/21/2012 - Seen as a milestone by some, it recently became the first drug to be approved by the FDA to prevent the spread of HIV.

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Sports help wounded warriors

Updated: 12/20/2012 - To date, more than 6,400 U.S. men and women serving in the military have died in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. At least 48,000 have returned home wounded.

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Cancer Killing Cap

Updated: 12/18/2012 - Massive headaches, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, these are the signs of a brain tumor. Each year 41,000 people are told they have one. Now, a new device is helping put a cap on tumor growth.

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The woman who heard too much

Updated: 12/17/2012 - Trees blowing, birds singing, children laughing, all things many people enjoy hearing. For one woman just about every sound was painful to hear. She had a big hearing problem caused by something very small.

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Estrogen to fight brain aneurysms

Updated: 12/14/2012 - In the heads of millions of Americans, they sit silently and can burst without warning. Brain aneurysms rupture in about 30,000 people every year, killing or disabling many.

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Tips for caregivers: don't forget your own health

Updated: 12/14/2012 - Caregivers spend an average of 25 hours a week taking care of an ill family member's needs, with little to no time for themselves. But the loving act can be bad for their body and mind

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Dry mouth dangers

Updated: 12/11/2012 - It's that sticky or dry feeling in the mouth all of us get once in a while. But for some it could be more than just an inconvenience. It's believed 44 million Americans suffer from the problem. Tuesday we break down the dangers of dry mouth.

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Eat well and be merry! 1-hour healthy holiday meal

Updated: 12/10/2012 - Be jolly without the jiggle. With all the great holiday food it might seem impossible this time of year. But to make it easier to fight festive fat, we're showing you a healthy holiday meal you can make in an hour.

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Lazerlift an alternative to face-lift surgery

Updated: 12/06/2012 - It was one of the most popular cosmetic procedures in 2011 and on average the most expensive, but there is a new way to look younger, without going under the knife.

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Holiday party tips from a personal trainer

Updated: 12/05/2012 - It's the time for season's greetings and lots of over-eating. With all the holiday parties and family get-together's, the temptation to indulge can be overwhelming. But we're here to help keep your diet off the naughty list.

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"Cutting" out chronic headaches after concussions

Updated: 12/03/2012 - As many as 3.8 million athletes suffer concussions each year in the U.S. These injuries can cause serious brain damage, but for many there's also another painful problem.

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Improving sex after prostate cancer

Updated: 11/30/2012 - While they can save lives, some therapies to kill prostate cancer might leave men with embarrassing problems.

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Moms Running Clinic: Getting Back On Pace After Pregnancy

Updated: 11/29/2012 - The miracle of life can wreak havoc on women's workouts. Experts say running styles can change dramatically after giving birth, resulting in more injuries and less benefit. But a running clinic designed especially for moms is helping women get back on pace after pregnancy.

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New procedure replaces stomach stapling

Updated: 11/23/2012 - 60-million adults are now obese, a disease that costs 147-billion dollars to treat, Annually. As Maureen McFadden reports, a new less invasive procedure is helping people who've tried everything. To finally gain control of their weight.

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Instrument Injuries: Fixing Musicians' Mouths

Updated: 11/21/2012 - It's football season! But while we watch high school, college, and pro players put their bodies at risk for our entertainment, musicians on the sidelines are in danger of hurting themselves, too.

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Researchers recruiting for medical study by mail

Updated: 11/28/2012 - Could supplements you buy over-the-counter help reduce some of the deadliest medical problems we face? Harvard-affiliated researchers are conducting one of the largest studies of its kind to find out, and they want your help.

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Paying for bone marrow

Updated: 11/16/2012 - This year more than 130,000 Americans will be diagnosed with a serious blood disorder. Many of them will need a bone marrow transplant to survive.

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