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Rainfall and Autism

Posted: 11/05/2008 - In a St. Joseph Healthscene report, a new study's found areas in the Pacific Northwest with the most rainfall also have higher autism rates.

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Teen Flu Shots

Posted: 11/05/2008 - In a St. Joseph Healthscene report, too many high-risk teenagers aren't getting flu shots.

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Kid's Healthy Eating Habits

Posted: 11/05/2008 - In a St. Joseph Healthscene report, parents who want their pre-schoolers to eat their vegetables may need to take a hard look at their own eating habits.

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Depression & Pain

Posted: 11/04/2008 - In a St. Joseph Healthscene report, using brain imaging, scientists have found clues that may help explain how depression is linked to chronic physical pain.

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Caffeine & Pregnancy

Posted: 11/04/2008 - In a St. Joseph Healthscene report, pregnant women who consume caffeine, even just one cup of coffee a day, are at higher risk of giving birth to an underweight baby.

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Medicated Kids

Posted: 11/04/2008 - In a St. Joseph Healthscene report, researchers report American kids are increasingly medicated.

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Lung Cancer Risks

Posted: 11/03/2008 - In a St. Joseph Healthscene report, an international research team has identified 2 genetic changes that increase the risk of lung cancer by up to 60%.

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Pregnancy Weight

Posted: 11/03/2008 - In a St. Joseph Healthscene report, women who gain more than 40 pounds during pregnancy have nearly twice the risk of delivering a heavy baby.

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Cancer Researchers

Posted: 11/03/2008 - In a St. Joseph Healthscene report, researchers warn America needs more cancer specialists.

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U.S. Hospitals' Pain

Posted: 10/30/2008 - In a St. Joseph Healthscene report, patients in many U.S. hospitals aren't satisfied with their care, especially when it comes to managing pain.

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Day Light Savings Health

Posted: 10/30/2008 - In a St. Joseph Healthscene report, turning your clock back on Sunday may be good for your heart.

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Cocaine and Heart Attacks

Posted: 10/29/2008 - In a St. Joseph Healthscene report, in a U.S. national survey, the risk of heart attack increased four-fold among young adults who'd used cocaine more than 10 times in their lives.

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Flu Vaccinations

Posted: 10/29/2008 - In a St. Joseph Healthscene report, when it comes to the flu, the more who get vaccinated, the better.

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Smoking Addiction

Posted: 10/29/2008 - In a St. Joseph Healthscene report, smokers seeking medical help to kick the habit are more highly addicted than smokers 2 decades ago.

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Cancer Fighting Tomato

Posted: 10/28/2008 - In a St. Joseph Healthscene report, scientists have developed a cancer-fighting tomato.

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Type 2 Diabetes Drugs

Posted: 10/28/2008 - In a St. Joseph Healthscene report, the overall cost of drugs for type 2 diabetes almost doubled between 2001 and 2007.

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Money and Sleep Problems

Posted: 10/28/2008 - In a St. Joseph Healthscene report, more than 90% of Americans surveyed say they're losing sleep over their money problems.

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Newborns and Flu Shots

Posted: 10/27/2008 - In a St. Joseph's Healthscene report, new mothers and their immediate family should get flu shots before leaving the hospital to protect the newborn.

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Arthritis Drugs

Posted: 10/27/2008 - In a St. Joseph's Healthscene report, some popular arthritis drugs, known as TNF blockers, do not appear to increase the risk of cancer.

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Superbug Anti-botics

Posted: 10/27/2008 - In a St. Joseph's Healthscene report, two new antibiotics appear to work safely against the increasingly common Mersa superbug.

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Raising Cancer Awareness Through Education

Updated: 10/24/2008 - Cancer kills thousands of Americans, but through early screening that number doesn't have to be that high and here in the Brazos Valley there are oncologist who use these early screenings to help save lives and education the public on learning to be cancer free.

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Aggie Beats Colon Cancer

Updated: 10/23/2008 - Colon cancer is normally thought of as a man's disease, but that's not the case at all because it equally attacks the same number of women as it does men.

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Bryan Resident Beats Colon Cancer

Updated: 10/22/2008 - Cancer. It's a frightening word and finding out you've been diagnosed with one of the many forms of the disease can be devastating. When Robert Gallery of Bryan learned he had colon cancer, he decided then and there he wasn't going to throw in the towel without a fight.

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