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From left, Priscilla Howard, Crystal Hanna and Nancy Haunty, all breast cancer patients, listen at a Food and Drug Administration hearing on Avastin in Silver Spring, Md., on Tuesday. Joshua Roberts/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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The Parkinson's Doctor Will Video Chat With You Now
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Dr. Mark Lachs says his older patients are like reliable cars. After a certain age, they are less likely to break down, and just keep rolling right along. Adrian Kinloch hide caption

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In Old Age, Illness And Dying Can Be Postponed
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Buried Indoors, Ranks Of Nearsighted Grow
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Your Health Podcast: Hammocks Rock For Sleep And Two-Faced Nuts
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