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Researchers Developing Memory Pill

Updated: 04/10/2007 - Researchers in Montreal say they could be close to developing a memory pill after identifying a gene mutation that affects the memory of mice.

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Obesity on the Rise

Updated: 04/10/2007 - The number of severely obese people in this country is quickly rising. According to a new study the proportion of Americans who are at least 100 pounds overweight increased by 50% from the year 2000 to 2005.

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Foods Rich in Cocoa Help the Heart

Posted: 04/09/2007 - Do not feel bad about all that Easter candy you ate, if you ate dark chocolate you might have helped your heart.

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New Study on Macular Degeneration Provides Hope

Updated: 04/06/2007 - Age related macular degeneration affects a person's central vision and over time, the vision may become blurry to the point where faces are no longer recognizable.

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Mediterranean Diet Could Fight Allergies

Updated: 04/05/2007 - Chicken fingers and macaroni & cheese are staples in the diet of a typical American child. If your kids have allergies they may want to try the so-called "Mediterranean Diet!"

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Low Brain Activity Cause Hoarding

Updated: 04/05/2007 - Compulsive hoarding or the inability to throw anything away, affects up to two million Americans. Hoarders often live with piles of clutter in their homes and are embarrassed to have people over.

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Type “O” Could Become Even More Universal

Posted: 04/04/2007 - An American company and a Danish research team say they are developing a way to turn any blood into the universal type "O." It is only in the testing phase right now, but one day it could help make the Nation's blood supply more stable, and safer.

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You Don’t Need A Pulse To Be Alive

Posted: 04/04/2007 - Heart attack victims are walking around, without a pulse. That is because they are being kept alive by a new artificial heart so small, so silent, that most people can not even tell they have one.

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Head Injuries Can Cause Insomnia

Posted: 04/03/2007 - People who have suffered a mild head injury are more likely to have problems getting a good night sleep.

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