Gut Bacteria's Belch May Play A Role In Heart Disease

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How Much Does It Hurt? Let's Scan Your Brain

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Test Tube Baby Pioneer Helped Bring Millions Into The World

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Researchers Use Brain Scans To Reveal Hidden Dreamscape

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Study: Record Number Of People Are Cohabitating

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China's Air Pollution Linked To Millions Of Early Deaths

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The anthrax vaccine has been given to more than 1 million adults in the military. But no one knows how well it would work in children. Randy Davey/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Bioethics Panel Warns Against Anthrax Vaccine Testing On Kids

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Klebsiella pneumoniae, seen here with an electron microscope, are the most common superbugs causing highly drug-resistant infections in hospitals. Kwangshin Kim/Science Source hide caption

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Infections With 'Nightmare Bacteria' Are On The Rise In U.S. Hospitals

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Giancario Gemignani-Hernandez, 2, of Pittsburgh has his ear examined by Dr. Alejandro Hoberman. Gene J. Puskar/AP hide caption

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Pediatricians Urged To Treat Ear Infections More Cautiously

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This Year's Flu Vaccine Falters In Protecting Elderly

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Kimberly Delp gives a flu shot to Carleen Matthews at the Homewood Senior Center in Pittsburgh, Pa., last September. Andrew Rush/AP hide caption

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Popular Workout Booster Draws Safety Scrutiny

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Health researchers say the proportion of people in their late 40s to 60s with diabetes, hypertension or obesity has increased over the past two decades. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Aging Poorly: Another Act Of Baby Boomer Rebellion

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An FDA advisory panel voted to increase controls on painkillers containing hydrocodone, such as this generic version of Vicodin. Sue Ogrocki/Associated Press hide caption

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To Fight Addiction, FDA Advisers Endorse Limits On Vicodin

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