Frequent Texting Could Lead To Condition Known As ‘Smartphone Thumb’Texting may be an easier way to respond to friends and family, but it could also lead to pain and nerve damage.
Cancer Avatars Can Take The Guesswork Out Of Treatment; Researchers SayCancer researchers often test drugs on animals, but mice aren't the same as people.
Seen At 11: Internet Symptom Searches Could End In A MisdiagnosisJust about all of us do it, head to the internet to search for a diagnosis for an ache, pain, or sniffle.
Seen At 11: Researchers Say They've Cracked The Code To Being HappyAre you happy? Do you know how to be happy?
Study: With More Coffee Comes Increased Risk Of DeathThe study followed more than 40,000 men and women. For the purposes of the study a single cup of coffee was considered 8 ounces.
Separating Fact From Myth: The Gluten-Free DietHow important is the gluten-free diet for people on it?
Did Lou Gehrig Really Die Of Lou Gehrig's Disease? Some Lawmakers Aren't So SureSome Minnesota lawmakers hope to force the release of Lou Gehrig's medical records, saying they might provide insight into whether the Yankees star died of the disease that came to take his name or whether repetitive head trauma played some kind of role.
MLB Hall Of Famer Killebrew Diagnosed With CancerHall of Fame slugger Harmon Killebrew has been diagnosed with esophageal cancer. The 74-year-old Killebrew released a statement through the Minnesota Twins on Thursday, saying he expects to make a full recovery from the "very serious" condition.

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