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Disastrous Parkinsons Trial Casts Doubt Over Stem Cell Safety
Depression Triples Risk of Parkinsons
Coffee Lowers Risk of Parkinsons
Coffee Drinkers and Smokers Less Likely to Develop Parkinsons
Cigarettes, Tea, and Cola Linked to Lower Risk of Parkinsons
British Scientists Study Link between Pesticides and Parkinsons
Brain Pacemaker Helps Parkinson
Antibiotic May Prevent Brain Cell Loss Caused by Parkinsons
White Wine May Improve Lung Function
Scientists Discover Lung-Boosting Chemical
More than 50% of US Citizens Breathe Polluted Air
Lung Function Tests Predict Long-term Health
Indoor Hot Tub Use Correlates to Lung Disease
Apple a Day for Healthy Lungs
Exercise Boosts Lung Disease Patients Learning Ability
Stimulating the Senses May Boost Health in Later Life
Sensitive Implants Help You Adjust Your Grip
Scientists Find Way of Replacing Damaged Retinal Cells
Multivitamins May Protect Against Cataracts
Pets More Effective than People When it comes to Beating Stress
Antioxidant Vitamins C and E Protect Lungs from Ozone
Lutein Helps Eyes
Eye Drops May Remove Need for Cataract Surgery
Ear Cells Could Help to Restore Hearing
Carotenoids Found to Protect against Cataracts
Vegetarian Diet May Affect Sex Drive
Asthma Can Affect Sex Life
Aging and Menopause to Blame for Womens Sexual Decline
Vitamin C Reduces Signs of Aging
Scientists Develop Cream that Repairs Sun Damage
Scientists Create Ageless Skin
Protein that Makes Skin Stretchy Could Help Treat Emphysema
Gene Discovery Could Lead to New Anti-Aging Skin Treatments
Curry Spice Found to Speed Wound Healing
Adding Vitamins to Skin Care Products Proves Beneficial
Middle of the Night Wakening Affects Body Clock for Several Days
Losing Just a Few Hours Sleep Can Have Dramatic Affects upon Hor
Good Nights Sleep Improves Performance of New Skills
Brain Music Soothes Away Anxiety and Promotes Sleep
A Good Nights Sleep May be the Key to Long Life
Stressful Job May Be Hazardous To Health
Stress Linked to Memory Loss
Should Stress Be Classed as a Disease?
Short-Term Stress May Have Long-Term Effects on Neurons
Self-Hypnosis Beats Stress
Herbs Offer Relief from Stress-Related Insomnia
Study Suggests that Cigarettes and Coffee Increase Risk of Rare
Snake Venom For Stroke
Researchers Find Link between Ulcer-Causing Bacteria and Stroke
Prozac May Aid Stroke Patients Recovery