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Public Enemy No. 1 in America's battle of the bulge isn't cupcakes, soda or double bacon cheeseburgers. It's the simple potato, according to Harvard University researchers. Daily consumption of an extra serving of spuds — French fries, crispy...
In the year 1975, I had my first job at the Princeton Brain Bio-Center. I was assigned the important task of helping Dr. Carl Phiffer to write a book, "Zinc and Other micro-Nutrients". When I wrote this book, it was considered that Lead was safe at 80...
Studies showing that alcohol protects the heart raise questions about drinking. Does moderate, prudent drinking protect the heart and arteries? Two analyses say — shout, actually — that the answer is yes. But they raise a bigger issue: What...
Tags: Stroke, Medical Research, Diseases and Illnesses, Health, Cancer
Lots of little things are going on around the newspaper. Let me catch you up on a few of them: ¿ Fans of Dr. Peter Gott, take note: The physician and longtime columnist is retiring from his nationally syndicated Q&A; his last column is Saturday. Gott&...
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PIX11.comIn a city that's been the victim of one of the world's largest terrorist attacks, and which is within a fifty mile radius of both the Indian Point and Oyster Creek nuclear power plants, one of the greatest fears in New York is of a radioactive emergency...
Q13 FOX News ReporterEvery year, tens of thousands of monkeys are used as test subjects in labs around the country. Schools defend such experiments as essential to the advancement of medicine. The Department of Agriculture conducts annual spot inspections of these facilities...
For schools reeling in the aftermath of a student's suicide, some mental health experts say that paying tribute to the teen with candlelight vigils, hallway locker memorials and all-school assemblies may do more harm than good. Though school officials...
Getting high blood pressure is the easy part — 76 million Americans already have it. But lowering it back down again doesn't have to be tricky either. Talk to your doctor and see if trying some of these ideas throughout the day can get you back on...
Tags: Stress, Lady Gaga, Physiology, Science, Heart (music group)
Words & Ideas Compiled by Grace Krilanovich. SUNDAY Bill Adler & Cey Adams: The author and designer will present and sign their new book, "Def Jam Recordings: The First 25 Years of the Last Great Record Label." Book Soup, 8818 W. Sunset Blvd., West...
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