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Salt Intake and Healthcare

Posted: 03/02/2010 - Holding the salt could save thousands of lives and billions of dollars in our country.

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Baby Vaccines

Posted: 03/02/2010 - More than half of parents worry about vaccine safety when it comes to their kids.

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Free Health Fair in Enterprise

Posted: 02/25/2010 - The Enterprise Chamber of Commerce is getting ready for their 38th Annual Community Health Fair.

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Cutting Edge Medicine Part 3

Updated: 02/17/2010 - Kidney dialysis is a life-saving procedure for patients whose kidneys don't function properly. For some...medical complications make it difficult to get the life-saving treatment they need.

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At-Home Testing for Colon Cancer

Posted: 02/16/2010 - A panel of experts is looking to a cheap, at-home test kit as a way to increase the number of people who get screened for the nation's No. 2 cancer killer.

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ESCC Blood Drive

Posted: 02/15/2010 - Phi Theta at Enterprise State Community College is sponsoring a campus blood drive.

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Doctor's In-Depth Interview on the Stomach Pacemaker

Updated: 01/20/2010 - Todd Wood, M.D., general surgeon at Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital in Houston, Texas, explains how an implanted stimulator helps treat chronic nausea and vomiting in patients with a stomach condition that is often a complication of diabetes.

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Faster Test for Mitochondrial Disease

Updated: 01/20/2010 - Richard G. Boles, M.D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, talks about a new test that can help diagnose mitochondrial disease early.

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Joanne Kurtzberg, M.D., on Blood and Marrow Transplant

Updated: 01/18/2010 - Joanne Kurtzberg, M.D., director of the Pediatric Blood and Marrow Transplant Program at Duke University Medical Center, talks about the future of treatment with umbilical cord blood.

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'Longevity Gene' Helps Prevent Memory Decline and Dementia

Posted: 01/14/2010 - Scientists at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University have found that a "longevity gene" helps to slow age-related decline in brain function in older adults. Drugs that mimic the gene's effect are now under development, the researchers note, and could help protect against Alzheimer's disease.

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Gene Therapy to Treat Damaged Heart Tissue

Updated: 01/13/2010 - Todd Herron, Ph.D., assistant research professor in the Department of Molecular & Integrative Physiology at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, talks about his research involving gene therapy to treat damaged heart tissue.

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