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Glimmer of Hope Amid US Diabetes Epidemic
In the midst of the diabetes epidemic, a glimmer of good news: Heart attacks, strokes and other complications from the disease are plummeting. Over the last two decades, the rates of heart attacks and strokes among diabetics fell by more than 60 percent, a new federal study...... [Full Story]
Oscar-winning actress, comedienne and talk-show host Whoopi Goldberg sang [Full Story]
Older people are willing and able to get themselves off medications like [Full Story]
Surfing the Web may ward off depression among retirees, particularly among [Full Story]
'Good' Fat Breakthrough Holds Promise of New Obesity Treatments
In a possible advance for obesity research, an MRI scan has pinpointed [Full Story]
The FDA is warning doctors to stop using a procedure performed on tens [Full Story]
New Cancer Weapons: Magnets, Lasers, 'Nanoballoons'
Scientists are developing new weapons against cancer that use lasers, magnets, and 'nanoballoons' that cause tumor cells to self-destruct in ways that were barely imaginable even a decade ago. [Full Story]
FDA OKs New-Generation Heart Defibrillators
U.S. health regulators have approved four Boston Scientific Corp implantable devices for heart patients, including a next generation of smaller defibrillators to treat abnormal heart rhythms, the company said. [Full Story]
Vitamin D Linked to Brain Power
Vitamin D deficiency may be at the root of age-related memory loss and cognitive impairment, according to a new study that suggests the vitamin may help boost brain power. [Full Story]
Glen Campbell Moved to Alzheimer's Care Facility
Glen Campbell's Alzheimer's disease has progressed to the point that he has reportedly been moved into a residential facility that cares for individuals with dementia. [Full Story]
Do Genetics Determine Our Motivation to Be Fit?
Could genes be to blame for a lack of motivation to hit the gym? A recent study conducted at the University of Missouri suggests this could be the case. [Full Story]
GMO Labeling Bill Moves Forward in Vermont
The Vermont Senate passed a bill that would make the state the first in the United States to enact mandatory labeling of foods made with genetically modified crops. [Full Story]
Irregular Periods Common in Menopause, Study Finds
Extended and heavy menstrual bleeding during menopause is common, according to a new study. [Full Story]
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