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One Gene Decides Whether You Are Fat or Thin
Antidepressants May Improve Stroke Survival
Selenium May Increase Skin Cancer Risk
Black Tea May Lower Bad Cholesterol Levels
Aspirin Reduces Heart Attack Risk by One Third
Experimental Drug Stops Progression of Mad Cow Disease
Intelligent Software Spots Heart Disease and Cancer Invisible...
Cognitive Stimulation Group Therapy Helps Dementia Patients
Cloned Cells Cure Parkinson
SARS May Have Come From Wild Animal Trade
Genetically Modified Cows and Goats May Provide Biowarfare.
Japan to Have More than 20,000 Centenarians by October 2003
Stem Cells Offer Parkinsons Sufferers Realistic Hope
Exercise Before Surgery Speeds Post-Op Recovery
When it Comes to Heart Attack Coughing Could Save Your Life
More than 8.5-Million US Citizens Have Smoking-Related Diseases
Cranberry Compounds May Protect Nerve Cells Against Stroke ...
Intestinal Hormone Could Help Obese Fight the Flab
Tea Compounds May Help to Prevent Skin Cancer
Pollution Blamed for French Heatwave Deaths
Enzyme Discovery Could Lead to Life-Extending Drugs
Experimental Anthrax Vaccine Protects Against Bacterium and
New Scanner Reveals Where Fat Is
Stem Cell Discoveries Could Lead to Treatments for Deafness
Researchers Create Sperm Cells in Lab
Modified Stem Cells Reverse Parkinsons in Rats
Unfertilized Eggs Could Yield Stem Cells
Stem Cell May Remove the Need for Heart Transplants
Stem Cell Transplant Restores Vision
ew Techniques Bring $1,000 Personal Genome Closer to Reality
Scientists Call For More Research into Nanotechnology
Tacoma Most Stressful City in the US
Vitamin D Supplements May Cut Multiple Sclerosis Risk
German Brewery to Launch Anti-Aging Beer
Effect of Exercise on Hormone Levels Depends Upon Exercise
Eat Less, Exercise More, Live Longer
Being Fit Significantly Lowers Diabetics' Risk of Death
Testosterone Replacement Therapy OK for Precancerous Prostate
A Third of US Children Tuck Into Fast Food Every Day
Detroit Takes Title of Fattest City from Houston
New SARS Case Confirmed in China
Experimental Cancer Vaccine Reduces Tumor Activity
Antiperspirants in Breast Cancer Scare
Too Much Vitamin D Raises Prostate Cancer Risk
Vitamin D May Protect Against Rheumatoid Arthritis
US Cancer Deaths Fall
Healthcare Review Reveals Successes and Weaknesses
Cohabiting Best for Men`s Mental Health Marriage Best for Women
UN Compromises and Delays Work on Human Cloning Treaty
First Deer Cloned by Researchers at Texas A&M