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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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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Hormones And Metabolism Conspire Against Dieters

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Arielle Schacter, 17, holds her hearing aid in a New York subway station. Hearing loop technology funnels a transit worker's voice into her ear, blocking out the subway noise behind her. Ashley Milne-Tyte for NPR hide caption

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With The Flick Of A Switch, It's Crystal Clear To Hear

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What's in this vial changes from year to year, but the process of creating the flu vaccine remains pretty constant.

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