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Magazine articles on illnesses, injuries, currently available treatments, drugs, and homeopathy.
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IEEE Spectrum
January 2009
Joseph J. Morrissey
The Cellphone and the Hearing Aid: The Odd Couple Cellphones and hearing aids aren't always compatible in close proximity, but they're starting to get along mark for My Articles 19 similar articles
Kathleen Blanchard
Anti-Heart Disease Diet Cutting your risk of heart disease can be achieved with good dietary habits. mark for My Articles 479 similar articles
Kathleen Blanchard
Vasectomy Reversal Men who have had a vasectomy might opt for a reversal. While the procedure is most often successful, there are no absolute guarantees. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
January 2009
Sally Adee
Winner: The Revolution Will Be Prosthetized Darpa's prosthetic arm gives amputees new hope mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
Jacob Franek
Balance Caution & Hypochondria Should you be diligent in looking after your own health? Of course, but you need to balance caution and hypochondria. Here's how. mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
December 22, 2008
Daniel Dumas
3 Smart Things About Sleeping Late Three reasons why you should add two more hours to your sleep time. mark for My Articles 48 similar articles
Thomas Goetz
Why Early Detection Is the Best Way to Beat Cancer By getting regular blood tests, doctors may be able to diagnose cancer early, giving the patient a 90 percent chance of survival. mark for My Articles 820 similar articles
December 2008
Jordan Campbell
Bad Trip Could the antimalaria drug Lariam be as risky for you as the disease it's made to treat? And why are we still taking it? mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
December 16, 2008
Michael Milstein
Bringing Stem Cells to War: Meet the Blood Pharmers Fresher blood is better than stale: It carries more oxygen and, when transfused into patients, speeds recovery. mark for My Articles 338 similar articles
Scientific American
January 2009
Charles Q. Choi
Do White Blood Cells Make Cancer Deadly? The ability to spread underlies the killing power of cancer. The process occurs, John Pawelek thinks, when tumor cells fuse with white blood cells -- an idea that, if right, could yield new therapies mark for My Articles 1059 similar articles
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