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Is it true that having cold sores means you’ve got herpes in your mouth?

Is it true that having cold sores means you’ve got herpes in your mouth?

–asks Anonymous from Horseshoe Beach, Florida.

By | Posted September 18, 2006

A Sober Woman's Thoughts

A Sober Woman’s Thoughts

Studies suggest alcohol can sharpen mental function in older women.

By | Posted September 15, 2006

The Smoky Screen

The Smoky Screen

Smoking imagery in films might be fueling an unhealthy habit among kids.

By | Posted September 11, 2006

Overweight and Out of Luck

Overweight and Out of Luck

America’s weight problem is making medical diagnoses difficult.

By | Posted August 30, 2006

Why do I sometimes hear ringing in my ears, especially when I drink alcohol?

Why do I sometimes hear ringing in my ears, especially when I drink alcohol?

—asks Anonymous from New York, NY.

By | Posted August 28, 2006

Dental Detectives

Dental Detectives

A patient’s dental problems could mean more than lapses in personal hygiene.

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More Pounding, Less Breathing

More Pounding, Less Breathing

New CPR guidelines go into effect.

By | Posted August 25, 2006

A Mumps Lesson

A Mumps Lesson

What happens when the vaccine for a childhood disease fails?

By | Posted August 16, 2006

Is there a scientific reason that some people feel habitually cold?

Is there a scientific reason that some people feel habitually cold?

-asks Heather B. from Santa Rosa, CA

By | Posted August 14, 2006

Armchair Athletes

Armchair Athletes

Watching the game might get your heart beating as fast as playing it.

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