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Tobacco for Cervical Cancer
Progesterone No Help to PMS Sufferers
More than 5 Sexual Partners Increases Cervical Cancer Risk
Meat Not a Breast Cancer Risk
Keeping Active Reduces Breast Cancer Risk
HRT May Double Breast-Cancer Risk
HRT and Walking Rejuvenates Arteries
Hormone Replacement Therapy May Protect Against Cognitive Declin
High Bone Density Linked to Breast Cancer
Herbal Supplement Helps Ease PMS
Help For Female Impotence
Electronic Bra Detects Tumors
Device Assists Women to Reach Orgasm
Coffee Raises Estrogen Levels
Carbohydrate-Rich Drink Banishes PMS
Breast-Feeding Cuts Breast Cancer Risk by Half
Breast Cancer Deaths Drop
Be Positive - Your Outlook on Life Can Seriously Affect Your Hea
Anti-Depressants and Menopause
Anti-Cancer Benefits of Birth Control Pill Set to Show up in Can
Vitamin E and C Supplements for Mental Function in Seniors
Vitamin E and C Supplements for Mental Function in Seniors
Vitamin E May Slow Mental Decline
Vitamin E May Slow Mental Decline
Vitamin B12 May Improve Cognitive Function in the Elderly
Vitamin B12 May Improve Cognitive Function in the Elderly
Study Results Show that Feeding the Brain Helps to Boost Memory
Study Results Show that Feeding the Brain Helps to Boost Memory
Spinach and Blueberries May Help Prevent Mental Decline
Socializing and Hobbies Dramatically Reduce Dementia Risk
Sleep Deprivation Affects Mental Performance the Same as Alcohol
Skin Test May Identify those at Risk of Bursting a Blood Vessel
Scientists Link Dementia to Low Good Cholesterol Levels
Rosemary May Boost Memory
Roller Coaster Riders May Be More Susceptible to Blood Clots in
Pesticides Can Cause Brain Damage
Mobile Phone Radiation Alters Protein Activity in Cells
Mild Head Injuries May Have Long-Lasting Effects
Memory Improving in Older Adults
Life Slows Down at 40
Less Dementia in Vitamin Users
High Levels of Homocysteine Linked to Brain Shrinkage
High Bioavailable Testosterone Levels Linked to Better Mental
Healthy Mind from Healthy Cardiovascular Status
Gingko Has No Effect on Seniors Memory Say Researchers
Ginkgo Biloba May Not Boost Mental Performance
Experimental Drug Shown to Enhance Memory in Animal Experiments
Exercise May Boost Brainpower
Exercise Keeps Mind Sharp
Dreams Essential for Processing Memories