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Sweet Stuff - How Sugars and Sweeteners Affect Your Health health  sugarsweetened  sweeteners 

Most of us love sweet foods and drinks. But after that short burst of sweetness, you may worry about how sweets affect your waistline and your overall health. Is sugar really bad for us? How about artificial or low-calorie sweeteners? What have scientists learned about the sweet things that most of us eat and drink every day?

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Cold, Flu, or Allergy? - Cold, Flu, or Allergy? Know the Difference for Best Treatment flu  influenza  cold  allergy 

You’re feeling pretty lousy. You’ve got sniffles, sneezing, and a sore throat. Is it a cold, flu, or allergies? It can be hard to tell them apart because they share so many symptoms. But understanding the differences will help you choose the best treatment.

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Genetic Clues to the 2014 Ebola Outbreak ebola  outbreak  genetic  2014  clues 

Scientists sequenced the genomes of nearly 100 samples of Ebola virus from patients in West Africa. The findings are helping researchers track the origin and spread of this deadly virus.

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NIH Health Information at Your Fingertips health  information  nih  fingertips 

Can you separate facts from myths about weight loss, nutrition, and physical activity? How do you recognize a heart attack or stroke? How many drinks is too many?

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Drinking to Excess - Recognize and Treat Alcohol Problems drinking  alcohol 

Some people enjoy an occasional glass of wine with dinner. Others might grab a beer while watching a football game. Most people drink alcohol moderately, within their limits. Others overdo it occasionally. But some people find they can’t control their drinking. How do you know when drinking is becoming a problem? And what can you do if it is?

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Focusing on ADHD - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder children  adhd  attention deficit hyperactivity disorder 

Most children get restless, rowdy, or distracted at times. That’s all part of being a kid. But some kids have such trouble paying attention, staying focused, and finishing tasks that it interferes with their schoolwork, home life, and friendships. These difficulties might be signs of a developmental disorder called attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD.

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Genetic Sites Tied to Schizophrenia sites  genetic  tied  schizophrenia 

Researchers linked more than 100 genetic regions to schizophrenia, including 83 that were previously unrecognized. The findings may lead to new strategies for treating this serious brain disorder.

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Helping Older Adults Talk With Their Doctors older  adults  talk  helping  their  doctors 

Do you work with seniors? Help them get the most out of their medical appointments with the new Talking With Your Doctor Presentation Toolkit.

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Gut Check gut 

This site offers easy-to-read information about screening for colorectal cancer, the 2nd leading cause of cancer-related deaths nationwide.

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Can You Recognize a Heart Attack or Stroke? What To Do When Every Moment Counts stroke  heart attack 

How would you react to a medical emergency? When it comes to life-threatening conditions like heart attack or stroke, every minute counts. Get to know the signs and symptoms of these health threats. If you think you or someone else might be having a heart attack or stroke, get medical help right away. Acting fast could save your life or someone else’s.

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Surviving Sepsis - Taming a Deadly Immune Response sepsis 

Many people have never heard of sepsis, or they don’t know what it is. But sepsis is one of the top 10 causes of disease-related death in the United States. The condition can arise suddenly and progress quickly, and it’s often hard to recognize.

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Transplant Reverses Sickle Cell Disease disease  sickle  cell  transplant  reverses 

A specialized bone marrow transplant successfully reversed severe sickle cell disease in adults, in some cases without the need for extensive immune-suppressing drugs.

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Mind and Body Therapy for Fibromyalgia body  therapy  mind  fibromyalgia 

Fibromyalgia is a long-lasting disorder marked by widespread pain, tenderness, fatigue, and other symptoms that can interfere with daily life.

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Diabetes Health Sense health  diabetes  sense 

About 29 million Americans have diabetes, and many more are at risk because of excess weight, family history, or age.

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Sun and Skin - The Dark Side of Sun Exposure skin  sun damage 

People enjoy the sun. Some have even worshiped it. Sunlight is essential to many living things. But sunlight also has a dangerous side. It can harm your skin and even your eyes. The good news is you can take some simple steps to protect your body from sun damage and still enjoy the sun’s healthful effects.

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