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More good news about coffee-11/27/11

(washingtonpost.com) - by Jennifer LaRue Huget - If you're enjoying your Monday morning cup of coffee, take a moment to appreciate it for its deliciousness and the good it may be doing your body. As I wrote in the “...

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A fluorescent test for antioxidant drugs-11/24/11

(KurzweilAI.net) - A study by UC San Diego School of Medicine, with colleagues in Australia, to visualize accumulation of oxidized LDL in genetically modified zebrafish could lead to a rapid test for the potential effectiveness of new antioxidant and die...

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Traffic pollution may be linked to diabetes risk-11/22/11

(Reuters Health) by Lindsey Konkel - People who live in areas with high levels of traffic-related air pollution may face a slightly increased risk of developing diabetes, Danish researchers conclude in a new study. They found that people living in urba...

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Miracle Pill for Obese Monkeys (video)-11/21/11

(Singularityhub.com) by Peter Murray - Do we finally have a miracle weight loss drug? I mean, for real this time? The data seems to support such a claim, at least for overweight monkeys that simply can't drop those extra pounds no matter what they try. Af...

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BPA from soup cans shows up in urine-11/21/11

(washingtonpost.com) - BPA from soup cans shows up in urine - by Jennifer LaRue HugetIn one of the first studies to measure levels of bisphenol A (BPA) in humans after they’...

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Healthcare Cuts, Just Delaying the Pain?-11/20/11

(Reuters) by David Morgan - The breakdown of deficit talks in Congress will exact little pain on the U.S. healthcare industry, but it's a temporary reprieve from steeper cuts that could be put back on the table in 2013. The failure of the congressional...

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Heart Attack Risk Stereotypes-11/15/11

(The Washington Post) by Rob Stein - When people think about who's at risk for having a heart attack, the stereotypical victim is a middle-aged man. Well, some new research is offering a reminder that women and younger men are at risk as well and often do...

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Tweaking a gene makes muscles twice as strong-11/14/11

(KurzweilAI) - A team of researchers at EPFL, the University of Lausanne, and the Salk Institute have created super strong, marathon mice and nematodes by reducing the function of a natural inhibitor, suggesting treatments for age-related or genetically c...

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The Itch in the Air-11/5/11

(MSNBC) by Joseph Brownstein - People with asthma or allergies may want to avoid air fresheners and other chemicals used to spread fragrant scents through their homes, and their doctors should be aware of the hazards. "The ...

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More evidence obesity tied to colon cancer: study-11/3/11

(Reuters) - Older adults who are heavy, especially around the middle, seem to have a higher risk of developing colon cancer than their thinner peers -- and exercise may lower the incidence of the disease, especially for women, a European study said. Mo...

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