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High-Fat, Low-Carb Diet May Help With Tough-to-Treat Epilepsy 10/29/2014
Many U.S. Colleges Have Indoor Tanning Salons On, Near Campus: Study 10/29/2014
Discovery of 100-Plus Genes Tied to Autism May Improve Treatments 10/29/2014
Ebola Outbreak in Liberia May Be Slowing: WHO 10/29/2014
Hormone Therapy May Up Heart-Related Deaths in Some Prostate Cancer Patients 10/29/2014
Women Often Ignore Signs of Heart Trouble 10/29/2014
Is Milk Your Friend or Foe? 10/29/2014
Plastics' Chemical May Affect Baby Boys' Genital Development 10/29/2014
Universal Helmet Laws May Help Save Young Motorcyclists 10/29/2014
FDA Cautions Against 'Undeclared' Food Allergens 10/29/2014
Less Competition Among Docs = Higher Medical Costs, Study Says 10/28/2014
Sleep Woes Common Among Troubled Young Children, Study Says 10/28/2014
After Breast Cancer, Depression Risk Lingers 10/28/2014
More Clues to Spotting Autism in Siblings of Those With Disorder 10/28/2014
Playing the Field May Lower Prostate Cancer Risk: Study 10/28/2014
Home Blood Pressure Monitors May Occasionally Miss the Mark 10/28/2014
Is Violent Crime in Some People's Genes? 10/28/2014
Vitamin D May Not Prevent Return of Women's Infection After All 10/28/2014
Women Less Likely to Get Kidney Dialysis Than Men, Study Finds 10/28/2014
Second Dallas Nurse With Ebola Released From Hospital 10/28/2014
Very Special Delivery: Unused U.S. Surgical Supplies 10/28/2014
'Social Host' Laws May Help Curb Underage Drinking, Study Says 10/28/2014
Metformin Beats Other Type 2 Diabetes Drugs for First Treatment: Study 10/28/2014
CDC Clarifies Treatment Policies for Ebola Workers 10/28/2014
Even Depression May Not Dim Thoughts of Bright Future 10/27/2014
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