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Articles from USA Today (Magazine) (February 1, 2006)

1-41 out of 41 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
A claim by Yale University. Brief article 102
Aging brain cells tend to lose function. 348
Aging gracefully: lifespan vs. healthspan. 435
Bones to blame for looking older. Brief article 272
Cancer support cells may promote growth. 441
Cholesterol medication may repair heart. 340
Diabetes guidelines need revision. 350
Exercise during the cold and flu season. Brief article 117
Exercise tips for winter workouts. 544
Eye exam could prevent blindness. 374
Family-centered ICUs raise satisfaction level. Brief article 299
Female physicians choose subspecialties. 301
Fewer blacks opt for lung surgery. Brief article 307
Groundbreaking exhibition charts "History Through Deaf Eyes". 448
Guidelines for fast food drinks? Brief article 298
Hair today gone tomorrow? Brief article 247
How much not how hard. Brief article 324
Infections continue to run rampant. 329
Kids respond to oral medication. Brief article 272
Lack of planning for health care. 310
Lack of vaccinations still killing millions. Brief article 300
Loss of bladder control widespread. 403
Loud-noise tumor increases risk. Brief article 296
Lung cancer survival better in women. Brief article 262
Most remain mum on driving ability. Brief article 258
Nanoparticle radiation may slow disease. Brief article 260
New technique relieves unsightly hand veins. 360
Parental grief over a lost Pregnancy. 932
Patients surviving. Brief article 96
Performing lymph node biopsy earlier. 418
Physical disability does not diminish creativity. 391
Results of a clinical trial. Brief article 85
Risky prepregnancy weight increasing. 491
Schools better equipped than senior centers. Brief article 271
Squinting at computer could cause dry eye. Brief article 216
Surgery may reveal early cancer risk. 370
Testing possible in dentist's office. 379
Treatment for Type I lowers heart disease. 313
Type II diabetics. Brief article 92
Valentine's chocolate: good or bad? Brief article 225
Well-rested Olympians ready to go for gold. 379

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