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New Study on Overweight Kids and Sleep

Updated: 02/07/2007 - A new study from Northwestern says kids who get more sleep are also less likely to be overweight five years later.

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Energy Drink Buzz Part II

Updated: 02/09/2007 - Since a jolt is what its drinkers want, manufacturers are pushing caffeine levels to a new high, with stealth advertising campaigns, aimed at the younger generation.

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Energy Drink Buzz Part I

Updated: 02/09/2007 - Last year, teenagers and young adults spent almost two and a half billion dollars on heavily caffeinated energy drinks with names like Red Bull, Monster, Full Throttle and even, Cocaine.

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New Study on Drugs and Heart Surgery

Updated: 02/06/2007 - A new study says a drug used during the most common kind of heart surgery may lead to unnecessary deaths from blood clots.

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Tips on Beating Winter Depression

Updated: 02/06/2007 - When winter hits, as many as 40 million Americans get the blues. Shorter days and less sunlight can throw off the body clock, affecting mood and sleep. Most experts believe light therapy is the best treatment.

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Beware of the Winter Blues

Posted: 02/05/2007 - With these chilly days and freezing nights, half-a-million Americans will suffer from seasonal affective disorder.

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Driving May Cause Cancer

Posted: 02/05/2007 - Spending a lot of time behind the wheel could put you at an increased risk for skin cancer.

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Taking Health ‘A Step Further’

Posted: 02/02/2007 - Some Ohio doctors are taking an idea a step farther. They are climbing to better health, one step at a time at Cleveland’s Metro Health System. Doctor Anthony Chang and Dale Cuthbertson are avid outdoorsmen, but preparing for an altitude hike in Wyoming while living in Cleveland is not easy.

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Hair Dye Allergies

Posted: 02/02/2007 - Years ago, it was only our grandmothers who colored their hair, but times have changed.

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Cancer Deaths Run Higher Among African-Americans

Updated: 02/03/2007 - A new report from the American Cancer Society says the death rate was 35 percent higher in African-American men and 18 percent higher in African-American women. Lung cancer was the most common cause of death.

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New Ad Campaign to Combat Binge Eating

Posted: 02/02/2007 - The government says childhood obesity has tripled since 1980. There are now 10-million kids between the ages of six and 19 who are overweight.

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Speech Studies

Posted: 02/01/2007 - Many children struggle through school with speech disorders that make it hard for kids to communicate, and also hurts selfesteem.

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Studies Show Impact of Sports On Young Athletes

Updated: 02/01/2007 - First off, researchers found high school girl lacrosse players have a higher rate of injury to the head, face, and eyes than their male counterparts. Also, a nationwide review of injuries in soccer players found girls again appear to get hurt more often.

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New Energy Drink Has Negative Calories

Updated: 02/01/2007 - You have heard of fat-free drinks, but what about one that has negative calories? It is called "Celsius", the metabolism boosting, calorie burning soda. Celsius has vitamins C and B, green tea and ginger, no carbs and 200 milligrams of caffeine.

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New Emphysema Procedure

Updated: 02/01/2007 - Nearly three-million Americans have emphysema, a disease that destroys lung tissue, usually caused by smoking. Lung surgery is one fix, but it carries risks and is not always an option.

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Eye Patches for Lazy Eyes

Updated: 01/31/2007 - If your child has a lazy eye, you probably think you would notice. However, in some cases, only an eye exam can detect it.

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