Obama Targets Prescription Drug Shortage
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One recent study found that people were able to burn up an extra 450 calories a day with one hour of moderate exercise. That can include walking briskly, biking or swimming.

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Losing Weight: A Battle Against Fat And Biology
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To encourage healthy choices, Dow's corporate cafeteria features color-coded utensils. Healthy foods like broccoli, spinach and beets have green handles. Yellow handles mean caution, and red is for temptations like bacon bits and high-fat dressing.

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Corporations Offer Help In Trimming The Waist
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Does Probiotic Yogurt Really Affect Digestion?
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Scientific Case Still Open On 2001 Anthrax Attacks
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Analysis Questions Flu Shot Effectiveness
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Would you remember exactly what was in this salad more than a week after eating it?

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Hormones And Metabolism Conspire Against Dieters
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