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Atypical Alzheimer’s More Widespread Than Believed

An atypical form of Alzheimer's may be more widespread than previously believed. Researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Florida say the newly discovered strain could affect as many as 600,000 Americans.

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Brain May Hold Signs Of Future Drug Use

Internal wiring is the key to predicting future drug addiction in kids.

A study published in "Journal of Neuroscience" shows the brains of people who are prone to drug addiction are different from those who are not...

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Children’s Leukemia Link Found


There may be  a link between childhood leukemia and how much vehicle exhaust a young child is exposed to.

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Massachusetts Tuberculosis Cases Down

Associated Press - Massachusetts health officials say the state is seeing an overall decline in tuberculosis, although they warn of a worrisome rise in multi-drug resistant cases...

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The Best Ways to Get More Vitamin D in Your Body

Vitamin D is an essential nutrient for staying healthy, and there are several ways for you to get more of it.

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Food Allergies Up Among Kids

Food allergies are up among children, but the problem seems to be growing among black children faster than others.

A new study says food allergy reports among black children have risen at a rate of more than two percent per decade over the last 23 years...

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Selfies Are Spreading Head Lice


When you take a "selfie" with a friend you are not only spreading love, but also possible head lice.

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Science Finds a Way to Make Hair Grow Back

Hair transplants may soon be a thing of the past, thanks to a new discovery.

Researchers say they have been able to grow human hair in the laboratory using tiny cells that fuel its growth...

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Study Suggests Possible Link to Alzheimers

A new study indicates there may be a link between a person's exposure to the pesticide DDT and their chances of developing Alzheimer's disease...

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Should There Be A Dress Code for Health Care Workers?

Experts are suggesting a new dress code for doctors and nurses in hospitals.

The main concern is that lab coats, ties, watches, rings and shoes worn by health workers contain too many germs that could make patients sick...

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