Health and Medicine

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Dick Cavett


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Diet And Nutrition

"You are what you eat." There's a lot of truth to this old cliche What we eat and how much plays a big role in how healthy we feel. Culture also plays a role in how we feel about our bodies. Althou …

The O.J. Simpson trial has generated much interest in DNA. Formerly used only in research labs, DNA fingerprinting (called DNA profiling by scientists) has entered an intense public spotlight, where l …


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Emergency Rescue

Medical personnel call it trauma. Lay people call it injury. Regardless of the term used, it represents the leading cause of death for people under the age of 44. Every six minutes, an American dies f …


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Ergonomics

Have you ever wondered how astronauts brush their teeth in space? You don't see any sinks in spacecraft, do you? And in zero gravity, how can they rinse and spit out after brushing? Astronauts can bru …


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Fear


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Glaucoma

Most of us have thought about how difficult daily life would be if we were blind, so we're careful to protect our eyes. Yet for a million Americans, there is a sneak thief at work, slowly and silently …


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Goose Bumps


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Hazardous Material

Headlines about hazardous material spills can be scary. Sometimes entire communities must be evacuated until a spill is cleaned up. Who performs this sometimes dangerous work? They're called emergency …


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Hearing

Have you ever heard a ringing in your ears after a loud concert? Did sounds seem muffled? These could be early signs of permanent hearing loss. Constant or even occasional loud noises can damage your …


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