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    • 11.

      A Nap a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

      by Greg Edwards - 2007-02-15
      According to recent research, a nap after lunch just might save your life. A study released from Harvard School of Public Health as well as research from Athens reported that Greeks who took a 30 ...
    • 12.

      Health Care Spending to Double by 2016

      by Tim Edwards - 2007-02-21
      According to HealthDay News, new forecasts made by the federal government predict that health care spending will grow from 2.1 to 4.1 trillion dollar by 2016, approximately on fifth of our gross domes...
    • 13.

      25 Percent of All Women Carry HPV

      by Greg Edwards - 2007-03-01
      A recent study conducted by the U.S. Center for Disease control concluded that 1 in 4 women carry the cervical cancer virus. The first study to test a broad range of women in America found that the...
    • 14.

      Study Uses Gene Test to Detect Lung Cancer

      by Greg Edwards - 2007-03-06
      According to a study published in the Journal of Natural Medicine, United States scientists have developed a new method to detect lung cancer in its earliest stages by locating genetic changes in a...
    • 15.

      Sitting at the Desk Could be Deadly

      by Tim Edwards - 2007-03-14
      A new study from the Medical Research Institute in Wellington examined 62 cases of DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis) and found that 34% of them were office workers who had spent a long time sitting at their ...
    • 16.

      Health Government Heart Drugs Just as Affective as "Stenting"

      by Greg Edwards - 2007-03-28
      A new study released Monday in the New England shows that using heart medication is just as affective as a procedure called "stenting" which requires surgery and is much more invasive. Stenting i...
    • 17.

      Spend Money to Make Money-Big Pharma Sets Record for Number of Lobbyists

      by Tim Edwards - 2007-04-04
      According to drug companies and their trade groups spent a record $155 million on lobbying the past 18 months. Issues that top the list for spending include Medicare prescription drug pr...
    • 18.

      Shrek Causing Stir in Anti-Obesity Commercials

      by Greg Edwards - 2007-05-01
      A children's advocacy group has demanded that the loveable green cartoon ogre "Shrek" be removed as a spokesman for an anti-obesity drive.The children's advocacy group Campaign for a Commercial-Fre...
    • 19.

      Fda May Begin To Keep A More Vigilant Watch

      by Greg Edwards - 2007-05-16
      The FDA has been under heavy scrutiny as of late due to many high profile events in the news. The FDA has taken heat on everything from Vioxx to contaminated pet food. Last Wednesday the Senate approv...
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      Tired from Jetlag? Take a Viagra

      by Greg Edwards - 2007-05-24
      While its still in its early stages of testing, Viagra may be the cure to shaking off tiring jetlag. Researchers in Argentinean have found that the drug sildenafil- also known as Viagra, appear...