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Three Types of Twins

Posted: 03/27/2007 - We all know there are two types of twins identical and fraternal. Now scientists are adding a third category to the list., semi-identical twins.

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Eye Appointments Could Help Prevent Diabetes

Updated: 03/26/2007 - Diabetes is a disease on the rise, affecting men, women, and children. It may be surprising to some that in many cases eye doctors are the ones first detecting the disease.

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Eating Dark Chocolate Can Be Healthy

Updated: 03/26/2007 - It may not be good for your teeth, but there are some benefits to chocolate. A new study found a cup of dark cocoa can help improve the function of cells that line blood vessels, called Endothelial Cells.

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Dentists Try To Make Trips Less Painful

Updated: 03/26/2007 - If you would like to talk to your dentist about the procedure, it is called the "palatal press and roll anesthesia technique."

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Root Beer Safest Soft Drink on Teeth

Updated: 03/23/2007 - If you are more into soft drinks, it appears root beer might be the safest when it comes to keeping your teeth strong and healthy.

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British Experts Examine Impacts of Drugs on Society

Updated: 03/23/2007 - A group of British experts made up of psychiatrists and law enforcement were asked to examine drugs and their potential for harming the user, addiction, and their impact on society.

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People Get Help Taking Their Medicine

Updated: 03/23/2007 - Most of us take medicine for granted, the doctor prescribes it and we take it. But for some patients it is not that easy.

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Cost of Contraceptives Are Higher

Updated: 03/23/2007 - The cost of safe sex is up and that has some college health clinics worried. A change in the Medicaid rebate law brought on a sudden increase in the price of birth control pills at student health centers.

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HPV Bill Passes House Committee

Updated: 03/22/2007 - The bill would require most schools to give parents information about the link between human papilloma virus, or HPV, and cervical cancer.

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Separate Beds Could Help Marriages

Updated: 03/22/2007 - Separate bedrooms, it is a new trend among couples who want to make sure they get the sleep they need. But is it the best way to keep your marriage together?

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Testing Saliva for Cancer Cells

Updated: 03/22/2007 - Along with finding cavities, dentists could someday test for cancer and other diseases just by examining a patient's saliva.

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Best Way to Deal with Chicken Pox

Posted: 03/22/2007 - It is one of those necessary journeys of growing up, an itchy, scratchy part of childhood called the chicken pox.

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Physical Activity Could Help Control Menopause

Posted: 03/22/2007 - Penn State researchers recently took a group of Menopausal woman, and separated them into three groups, walking, yoga, and no-exercise. They found woman who took daily walks or yoga classes had fewer side effects, such as hot flashes, emotional stress, and night sweats.

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Know What Fish Is Right For Your Body

Updated: 03/23/2007 - With so many mixed messages about the health benefits and risks of eating fish, it is hard to know which advice to follow. Experts say for most people the health benefits of Omega Three fatty acids in fish outweigh any risks.

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High Fat Diets Could Lead To Breast Cancer

Updated: 03/21/2007 - Researchers analyzed data from food questionnaires that over 180 thousand post Menopausal women filled out, and they then followed the women and recorded how many developed invasive Breast Cancer. They found the women who ate fatty foods had a 15% increased risk for Breast Cancer.

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Tanning Beds Can Increase Risk Of Melanoma

Updated: 03/21/2007 - New research is backing up earlier studies that young people who spend time in tanning beds are at an increased risk for Melanoma and other skin cancers.

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New Drinks May Help Heartburn

Updated: 03/21/2007 - For some Heartburn and Acid Reflux are often a part of the morning routine, but now there is a stomach friendly group of beverages that may help. Folgers makes a coffee that is low acid, and some orange juice makers are also making low acid juice.

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Color Choice Could Help A Baby’s Development

Updated: 03/21/2007 - Those traditional baby colors have been proven to be calming for babies, but before you head to the paint store, you might want to think about grabbing a can of something brighter.

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