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Is backwards the new barefoot?

Is backwards the new barefoot?

A cautionary tale about running

By | Posted July 20, 2011

Of enzymes and diarrhea

Of enzymes and diarrhea

Research shows promise for anti-diarrhea treatments without side effects

By | Posted December 13, 2010

(Don't) Be Still My Heart

(Don’t) Be Still My Heart

“Beating heart” transplants to be evaluated in study

By | Posted December 9, 2010

granulomas in intravenous drug user

How Could Inhaled Dust and IV Drug Use Be Confused At Autopsy?

James Zadroga gave his name to the 9/11 healthcare act currently under debate in the Senate, and many feel he sacrificed his life for his country. But what is the science behind the dispute over his cause of death?

By | Posted December 8, 2010

Want to Get Your Kids to Eat Their Broccoli?

Want to Get Your Kids to Eat Their Broccoli?

According to researchers, you can just plop them in front of a video game

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Not all youth are punished equally

Not all youth are punished equally

More sanctions given to lesbian, gay and bisexual adolescents

By | Posted December 6, 2010

Chlamydia Screening Can Be “Light-Hearted” and “Fun”

Chlamydia Screening Can Be “Light-Hearted” and “Fun”

‘Pee-in-a-pot’ campaign identifies strategies for engaging young people in STD testing

By | Posted November 25, 2010

No More Needles

No More Needles

Non-invasive medical tools could soon be the norm

By | Posted October 11, 2010

Can Moving Away from Traffic Help Protect Your Heart?

Can Moving Away from Traffic Help Protect Your Heart?

Living near major roadways may increase the risk of dying of coronary heart disease

By | Posted October 5, 2010

Dissecting Your Favorite Brew

Dissecting Your Favorite Brew

Researchers identify some of the proteins that make beer “beer”

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