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Magazine articles on illnesses, injuries, currently available treatments, drugs, and homeopathy.
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November 17, 2007
Thomas Goetz
What My Genome Says About Me The gene variations that lead to the most popular diseases in the U.S. mark for My Articles 79 similar articles
November 17, 2007
Genomics Smackdown A debate on whether it's better to know your genetic predisposition to disease or to live in ignorant bliss. mark for My Articles 34 similar articles
James Raiswell
Hellishly Hot Meals Scientists have suggested that spicy foods may have some health benefits, from helping to prevent Alzheimer's disease to releasing endorphins. Try these healthy -- and spicy -- hellishly hot meals, if you dare. mark for My Articles 205 similar articles
Science News
November 17, 2007
Janet Raloff
Food for Thought: Canadians Advocate Boosting Vitamin D in Pregnancy A Canadian medical society recommends pregnant women and nursing moms boost their intake of vitamin D dramatically. mark for My Articles 212 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
November 2007
Josh Romero
Three-Dimensional Medical Imaging Could Improve Doctors' Ability to Diagnose Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Laser scanners could help diagnose a birth defect that's difficult to detect. mark for My Articles 56 similar articles
Jasper Anson
Anxiety Disorders In the United States alone, there are more than 40 million Americans who are suffering from some form of anxiety disorder. Here are some of the most common disorders and a few specific treatment options. mark for My Articles 227 similar articles
November 19, 2007
Catherine Arnst
A Top Gun Takes Aim at Strokes Jackson Streeter left his dream job as a fighter pilot to tackle stokes, the second leading cause of death. mark for My Articles 134 similar articles
Psychology Today
Sep/Oct 2007
Mark Teich
A Man's Shelf Life As men age, their fertility decreases and the health risks to their unborn offspring skyrocket. But men who attend to their health can slow down the reproductive clock. mark for My Articles 106 similar articles
Psychology Today
Sep/Oct 2007
Pamela Weintraub
Munchausen: Unusual Suspects Call them the Munchausen mothers. A growing number of women stand accused of deliberately sickening their children for attention from doctors. In an era of patient advocacy and hard-charging moms, there's no end in sight to this hotly contested diagnosis. mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
Jeff Bayer
Excessive Sweating 101 If you suffer from excessive sweating, take comfort in knowing that you don't have to. With the various treatments available you can get the problem under control. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
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