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    An Alternative To Mammograms

    Dense breast tissue can often mask small tumors, leaving them undetectable in mammograms. But as Dr. Jon LaPook reports, ultrasound has become a viable option in the screening of breast cancer
    Submitted by StarlightRN | about 10 years ago
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    Ibuprofen Stops Alzheimer's?

    While over 10 million baby boomers are expected to eventually develop Alzheimer's disease, a new study finds that a popular pain reliever could protect the brain. Dr. Mallika Marshall reports.
    Submitted by StarlightRN | about 10 years ago
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    HealthWatch

    Andrea Stassou reports on new warnings that our hospitals are unprepared to handle a disaster; breast-fed children may be smarter; and vitamin D levels in the elderly may be linked to depression.
    Submitted by StarlightRN | about 10 years ago
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    Lifesaving Gene Discovery

    The discovery of a gene mutation in a seven-year-old girl has allowed doctors to prescribe potentially lifesaving care. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.
    Submitted by StarlightRN | about 10 years ago
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    HealthWatch

    Dr. Mallika Marshall reports on recently filed lawsuits against the U.S. Government, as many parents allege that their children developed autism after receiving standard vaccinations.
    Submitted by StarlightRN | about 10 years ago
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    Colds May Be Good For Kids

    Children exposed to the common cold and other viruses may be less likely to develop childhood leukemia. Manuel Gallegus reports.
    Submitted by StarlightRN | about 10 years ago
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    Exercise Fights Breast Cancer

    Moms - get your daughters moving! A new study shows that exercise during the teen years helps to ward off breast cancer in adulthood. Julie Chen talks with Dr. Emily Senay.
    Submitted by StarlightRN | about 10 years ago
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    Alzheimer's Tests Scrutinized

    Genetic testing that claims to determine a person's risk for developing Alzheimer's is being met with mixed reviews from the medical community. Nancy Cordes reports.
    Submitted by StarlightRN | about 10 years ago
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    The tragedy of alcohol

    I have teenagers, and I am going to show this video to each one of them. Very powerful video.
    Submitted by AbusyRN2go | about 10 years ago
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    The elephant Man

    I was so surprised. I have not seen anything like this before. I wonder how this person is doing after this surgery?
    Submitted by AbusyRN2go | about 10 years ago
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    Are Metal Bats Safe For Kids?

    The kind of bat kids use to play baseball is the subject of an ongoing controversy and lawsuit. Bianca Solorzano reports.
    Submitted by StarlightRN | about 10 years ago
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    Kennedy's Health Analyzed

    Sen. Ted Kennedy is reportedly awake and alert but, as Dr. Emily Senay reports, he is not out of the woods yet. Senay explains how seizures differ from strokes.
    Submitted by StarlightRN | about 10 years ago
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