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Study suggests possible links between panic, heart attacks

Posted: 10/02/2007 - A study of more than 3,000 older women finds that those who reported at least one full-blown panic attack during a six month period were three times more likely to have a heart attack or stroke over the next five years than those who didn't report a panic attack.

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State reports 1st West Nile death for 2007

Posted: 09/19/2007 - State health officials say a Floyd County resident has died from the West Nile virus, the first reported death from the mosquito-borne illness this year.

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Elderly at highest risk for suicide

Posted: 09/19/2007 - The elderly are the highest risk population in the country for suicide. But few suicide-prevention programs target them. Advocates say that's because of scarce funding and lack of concern for older Americans.

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Study: 1 in 4 teens say access to meth easy

Posted: 09/19/2007 - According to a new study, almost 25 percent of teenagers say it would be "very easy" or "somewhat easy" to gain access to methamphetamine. The survey was conducted by The Meth Project, a nonprofit anti-drug group.

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HPV vaccine helps protect young women

Posted: 08/23/2007 - There is another vaccine to help protect girls from some sexually transmitted diseases and even cervical cancer, and has been in the making for years.

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City wide drug tests

Posted: 08/22/2007 - Scientists can give entire cities drug tests by examining what people flush down their toilets.

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Sleep has major impact on children

Posted: 08/22/2007 - Sleep can impact everything from behavior to grades and new research suggests more and more children are having trouble sleeping.

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Olive Oil Benefits

Posted: 08/22/2007 - According to a new study, olive oil rich in phenol may prevent blood clots in people with high cholesterol.

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Natural treatment for sunburns

Updated: 08/22/2007 - Sunburns are painful and may lead to cancer, however, there is a new ally in the never-ending battle against the sun that could be growing in your backyard.

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Study: Common virus may contribute to obesity in some

Posted: 08/21/2007 - There's more evidence linking obesity to a virus. Researchers from Louisiana State University have found that when human stem cells were exposed to a common virus they turned into fat cells and then got bigger.

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Too fat to adopt?

Updated: 08/17/2007 - A Missouri man has been told he is too overweight to adopt a child.

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Cough medicine warnings

Posted: 08/17/2007 - The FDA is warning parents not to give their small children over the counter cold and cough medicine.

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Sisters helping find a cure for breast cancer

Updated: 08/16/2007 - Nearly 40-thousand women will die from breast cancer this year and another 213-thousand will be diagnosed with it. Now, in the only study of its kind, doctors are asking sisters of breast cancer survivors and victims to step forward and help find a cause and a cure.

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