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Magazine articles on illnesses, injuries, currently available treatments, drugs, and homeopathy.
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December 23, 2009
Jacquelyne Froeber
20 Ways to Get Healthier for Free Here is a smart batch of strategies to keep you happy and healthy (at no cost!) all year long. mark for My Articles 31 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
January 2010
The Big Picture: You've Got That Glow Light-therapy machine promises to fight the signs of aging mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
December 30, 2009
Kerry Capell
Multiple Sclerosis: A Breakthrough Is on the Way A number of improved treatments will be available soon, and Novartis' Fingolimod could lead the way mark for My Articles 336 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
January 2010
Melinda Wenner
Brown Fat Revelations May Lead to New Weight Loss Drugs As it turns out, doctors are still discovering how fat works. Rather than just a blubbery, lifeless mass, fat is now considered to be a sophisticated and scientifically complex biological organ mark for My Articles 342 similar articles
December 17, 2009
Pat Wechsler
The Coming U.S. Doctor Shortage Health-care reform will mean 30 million more patients -- and bigger crowds in waiting rooms mark for My Articles 257 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
December 16, 2009
Joe P. Hasler
Head Games: How Helmet Tech Works in 7 Different Sports With all the attention athletic head injuries are attracting, the author decided to survey the myriad playing fields to find out what's considered state-of-the-art when it comes to skull safety. mark for My Articles 45 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 10, 2009
Nina Notman
Mussel proteins inspire new diabetes treatment A natural glue that sticks mussels to rocks and boat hulls has inspired US scientists to develop a new type of medical adhesive for use in pancreatic islet transplantation. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
December 3, 2009
Stephen H. Wildstrom
The Intel Reader: As Big a Boon as Braille? Intel's device for the blind or visually impaired combines a digital camera, OCR, and speech synthesis, with impressive results. mark for My Articles 57 similar articles
Nurse Practitioner
November 2009
Sandra M. Nettina
A New Look at Vitamin B12 Deficiency Many patients, especially the elderly, have risk factors for vitamin deficiency. A wellness visit is the ideal time to include vitamin B 12 education, especially for those with risk factors for developing deficiency. mark for My Articles 266 similar articles
Nurse Practitioner
November 2009
Ann Marie Hart
Treatment Strategies for Cough Illnesses in Adults Adults who experience a cough for 2 or more weeks along with vomiting or an inspiratory whooping sound should be evaluated and tested for B. pertussis infection. mark for My Articles 214 similar articles
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