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Simple daily activities benefit health

Living healthier doesn’t have to be complicated or time-consuming, experts say. You just keep healthy without really trying.

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Effects Of Caffeine on Different People Being Studied

Jennifer L. Temple, PhD, a neurobiologist is looking for answers to these three questions and studying the addictive effects Of caffeine through a 4-year, $800,000 study funded by the National Institutes of Health.

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New healthy rule teaches you how to get perfect health

Dr. Susan M. Love, one of the country’s most respected women’s health specialists, offers a new rule: stop worrying about your health. This rule makes u understand what perfect health is.

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Cancer Symptoms Signs Risks Stages and Treatment

Cancer is serious. This article relates to Symptoms of Bladder cancer, Breast cancer, Kidney cancer, Leukemia, Lung cancer, Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, Melanoma, Oral cancer, Ovarian cancer, Prostate cancer, Stomach cancer and Uterine cancer. And it refers to Cancer Signs and Symptoms, Cancer Risks and Cancer Facts.

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Maine legislators to require cellphone manufacturers to put warnings on packaging

Maine legislators this month will take up the question of whether cellphones sold in the state must contain warnings that they may cause brain cancer, despite a lack of scientific consensus on the issue. State Representative Andrea M. Boland, a Democrat from Sanford, is pushing for the state to become the first to require cellphone manufacturers to put warnings on packaging, like those on cigarettes.

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Body temperature is relative to age

THE FACTS Body temperature is not as simple as conventional wisdom suggests. It is influenced by many factors. One of them is age. Body temperature declines with age.

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Bone health: study on people at fracture risk

For the millions of Americans with bones that are thinning as they age, this question arises: Who should be treated with bone-enhancing drugs? The drugs currently available to enhance bone density are far from perfect. They are expensive, they can have side effects, and they are only about 50 percent effective at preventing fractures.

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Medical Records: Plans to Dollars for Digital Files

Medicare officials on Wednesday detailed plans to distribute billions of dollars to upgrade the nation’s paper medical records to electronic files. Under the proposal, doctors and hospitals that keep updated electronic medical records of their patients could receive bonus payments for using the software.

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WMC smoking ban would contain Conwell Park

The Wyoming Medical Center’s campus-wide smoking ban may be moving across the street into Conwell Park.WMC smoking ban could encompass Conwell Park.

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Health Reform Cost: Advocates Suggest New Version for Christmas Gifts 2010

Vermont Ponders Health Reform Cost. Do we need Health Reform? What if the health reform cost? Advocates of federal health care reform are predicting that the Senate will pass its version in time for Christmas

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