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Electrical Pollution - What It's Doing To You
Testosterone may reduce Alzheimer's risk
Sex and The Baby Boomer: Can Drug Therapy Help? --- HealthandAge
Hormones Used In Hormone Replacement Therapy
Will the cloning doctors go from ...
Scientists say limitations prohibit valuable research
CordLife sets up unit to push global sales - January 29, 2004
N.C. A&T to open gene research center
Scientists Track SARS Adaptations
Scientists Track SARS Genetic Adaptations
SARS study may hold key to eventual vaccine
Down syndrome 'cure' might be within reach
Researchers Find New Gene Effective for Fighting Cancer
Screening Out Disease
Chemo after remission not always needed
Obesity Number One Health Problem in US Say CDC
Chinese Herb, Ginger, and Tea Stop Cancer in Lab Studies
Pain Commonplace in Old Age
New Drug Beats Flu
`Bio-Scaffolds` Could Help Researchers Create Organs for Transpl
Cholesterol Gene Linked to Longevity
Gene Therapy Responsible for Leukemia in Bubble Boys
Scientists Block Cancer Cells Self-Repair Mechanism
A Touch of the Blues May Promote Inflammation
Drugs Cut AIDS Death Rates by More than 80%
Vampire Bat Drug Promising in Trials
Implant Could Help Stroke Patients Regain Arm Control
US Population Loses Weight For First Time in Six Years
One in Three US Children Born in 2000 Will Develop Type II Diabetes
Severely Obese Population of US Quadrupled Between 1986 and 2000
One in Four UK Doctors Advise Patients to Stay Fat Rather ...
Human Tests Show That Stem Cells Reduce Heart Attack Damage ...
Worlds Oldest Man Dies Aged 114
Antibiotic Combo May Delay Mental Decline of Alzheimers Patient
A Good Nights Sleep Helps the Brain to Rescue Memories
10,000 Steps Each Day is Key to Better Health
Medical Complications Claim 30,000 Plus Lives Each Year in the U
High Fat Diet Does Not Raise Stroke Risk
Underwear Keeps Heart Rhythm in Check
Red Meat in New Cancer Threat
Socioeconomic Status Has Major Impact on Obesity
Type II Diabetes and Obesity Still On the Rise in the US
Diets May be Bad News For Kids Long-Term Weight
Researchers Developing Chip That Instantly Diagnoses Flu and SARS, dengue fever, and other respiratory illnesses
Vitamins Slash Billions Off Seniors Healthcare Costs
Sunscreens Do Not Offer Full Protection Against Skin Cancer
The Cryonics Institute Settles Dispute with the State o
Gadget Jacket Charged by the Sun
How tumors hide from immune system
The 'Singularity': Push toward a superhuman a