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Alzheimer's: In your genes?

Posted: 09/07/2009 - According to the National Institutes of Health, three-quarters of those who develop Alzheimer's disease (AD) have no family history of the disease; but for the rest, researchers say several genes may contribute to their disorder.

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Swine Flu Vaccine

Posted: 09/03/2009 - Drug maker says one-dose swine flu vaccine may work

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Children most affected by H1N1 virus

Updated: 08/27/2009 - The H1N1 virus continues to spread across the nation and no where does it seem more pronounced than in children.

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Disease Error-Veterans

Updated: 08/27/2009 - VA changes procedures after hundreds get wrong diagnosis

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Twitter for Health

Posted: 08/26/2009 - Many use Twitter to stay in touch with family and friends. Now, health experts say it could be a great method to keep patients informed about medical issues.

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Finances-Sex Drive

Posted: 08/25/2009 - A new study finds that women with higher levels of testosterone are more likely to act like men when it comes to rolling the dice on investments.

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Walking in Circles

Updated: 08/25/2009 - Walk in circles? It's natural, says German study.

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Mercury Contamination

Updated: 08/19/2009 - Gov't study reveals widespread mercury contamination in fish from air pollution, mining

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Lawmaker predicts no health overhaul this year

Updated: 08/14/2009 - A Pennsylvania lawmaker who is a close ally of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says it's looking unlikely that Congress will pass health care overhaul legislation this year.

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Binge Drinking Dangers

Posted: 08/12/2009 - A new study found binge drinking affects attention and working memory in young university students.

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Gender and Heart Disease

Posted: 07/30/2009 - A new study in The Journal of the American College of Cardiology shows men and women not only have different risk factors when it comes to heart failure, but they also may respond differently to treatment.

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Scientists Present First Genetic Evidence For Why Placebos Work

Posted: 07/23/2009 - Placebos are a sham — usually mere sugar pills designed to represent "no treatment" in a clinical treatment study. The effectiveness of the actual medication is compared with the placebo to determine if the medication works.

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