Al-Qaida Confirms No. 3 Official Killed

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A question: can you predict Alzheimer's by a careful analysis of someone’s writing? An English professor has suggested there are tell-tale signs of early Alzheimer's in Agatha Christie’s book, Elephants Can Remember. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Listen To What Your Writing Might Reveal

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Teens who bum cigarettes every now and then find that addiction can happen before they know it. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Study: A Cigarette A Month Can Get A Kid Hooked

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New research finds that socializing kids to drink at the family table -- often referred to as the "European drinking model" -- doesn't necessarily translate to more responsible drinking patterns. Marco Di Lauro/Getty Images hide caption

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With Drinking, Parent Rules Do Affect Teens' Choices

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Recalls Put FDA's Power Into Question

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Listeners Identify With Host's Family Suicide Tragedy

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Recent graduates might need to wait for coverage under their parents' plans. Andy Kropa/Getty Images hide caption

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Some Recent Grads Face Health Care Coverage Gap

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