By EurekAlert, DC
  Is it all in the mind or is it a medical condition? Experts debate best treatment for PE ...
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By Newindpress
  Why do men die earlier than women? Wednesday January 12 2005 19:20 IST IANS LONDON: Why do ...
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By HealthDay
  Zinc Supplements May Guard Against Oral Cancers Add to My Yahoo! Health - HealthDay ...
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By Reuters
  New U.S. Food Guidelines Stress Self-Restraint By Maggie Fox, Health and Science ...
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By Xinhua
  Evidence Challenges Widespread Current Beliefs on the Treatment of Constipation 11 Jan 2005 ...
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By HealthDay
  Few Seniors Surf the Web for Health Information By Karen Pallarito HealthDay Reporter ...
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By New Kerala
  Implants rebuild children's faces Scientists have developed an implant which they say could ...
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By Xinhua, China
  Bayer buys back some Levitra rights 2005-01-11 08:38:33 BEIJING, Jan.11 - Bayer AG, ...
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By Gina Kolata
When Richard Newton read in a magazine last year that high levels of a protein called CRP were as powerful as high cholesterol in predicting heart disease risk, he went to his doctor to be tested.
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By Marc Santora
An overwhelming majority of cardiologists in New York say that, in certain instances, they do not operate on patients who might benefit from heart surgery, because they are worried about hurting their rankings on physician scorecards issued by the stat
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By NY Times
The evidence has gotten much stronger that a substance known as C-reactive protein may be every bit as important as cholesterol in the diagnosis and treatment of heart disease.
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By Xinhua
  Diet Rich in Olive Oil Linked to Lower Breast Cancer Risk Contributed by William Angelos | ...
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By American Medical News
  Intrinsa stalled by concerns about safety An FDA advisory panel called for more and ...
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By Gina Kolata
Suppose there were an anti-inflammatory drug that sharply reduced the level of CRP, the protein that has proved to be as powerful an indicator of heart disease risk as high cholesterol.
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  Drug illustrates approval turmoil By SARAH AVERY AND CATHERINE CLABBY Raleigh News & ...
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By Newsweek
  Jan. 6 - Which Diet Works ? Four popular diets—Atkins, Ornish, Weight Watchers, and ...
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By Wall Street Journal (subscription), NY
  Vioxx, Tsunami Present the Puzzle of Risk January 6, 2005; Page A2 About 1 in 200 people ...
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  Thursday, January 06, 2005 commentary: Joint pain, back pain, arthritis cause by chronic ...
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By Xinhua, China
  Pfizer's Celebrex prescriptions drop www.chinaview.cn 2005-01-06 08:17:42 BEIJING, Jan. 6 - ...
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By Gina Kolata
Reducing the levels of a certain protein secreted by the body may be as powerful a tool in slowing heart disease and preventing heart attacks and cardiac-related death as lowering cholesterol, two teams of researchers are reporting today.
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