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Articles from USA Today (Magazine) (October 1, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
"Quiet" disease shows symptoms late. Disease/Disorder overview 378
"Sexy" costumes inappropriate for young girls. 454
3D workouts in a virtual world. Brief article 209
A good scare is hard to shake. Brief article 296
Aging brains similar to diseased ones. 423
Billions of dollars lost each year. 356
Blood test can tip off smokers. 448
Busting myths about concussions. Brief article 227
Cervical ripening more than accelerates. 315
Cooling may help after cardiac arrest. 322
Devices help hearts keep the pace. Brief article 264
Diabetes impacts patients and spouses. 412
Diagnosis methods keep improving. 464
Do ghosts and the "undead" really exist? Brief article 150
Doctors lagging in automation. 372
Family history proves vital. Disease/Disorder overview 296
Finding cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, etc. 357
Gene reprogramming has become possible. Brief article 279
Genetic variation linked to sudden cardiac arrest. 400
Getting ready with vaccinations. 269
Higher radiation doses, fewer treatments. 333
Insulin dependence to be eliminated? 379
Lack of symptoms could prove deadly. 376
Lower levels linked to testicular varicoceles. Brief article 281
Lung flute copes with COPD. Brief article 177
Memory loss: patients worried, not so doctors. 432
New app allows for self-testing. Brief article 313
New drug therapy improves kidneys. 341
New ways of treating type 1 diabetes. Brief article 226
Overexercising a growing disorder. Brief article 217
Paper strips serve as laboratory. 452
Parent-toddler relationship a factor. Brief article 263
Pounded football players sustain brain changes. 304
Pregnancy can provide needed protection. Brief article 266
Recommended for obese type 2 diabetics. Brief article 231
Secondary mutations make cancer more lethal. 452
Sit-ups do not reduce belly fat. 373
Solution causes same symptoms as condition. Brief article 245
Survival improves with new method of CPR. Brief article 205
The food police have arrived: "... when it comes to policing the American diet this Administration takes the cake (quite literally).". Emord, Jonathan W. 864
Three meals a day proves successful formula. Brief article 304
Used face shields susceptible to breaking. 388
Warriors' angels brought to light. 601
Water pipe epidemic among young people. Brief article 317

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