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1.

GMO vs. Non-GMO

Before the 1980s, the idea of genetically modifying crops was the stuff of science fiction. Today, most of what we eat is altered in some way, and it continues to spark passionate debate.
Online
2019; 2015
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Kids in Crisis: Training the Next Generation of Mental Health Docs

With suicide being the third leading cause of death in young kids, the need is even greater for mental health professionals, especially child psychiatrists..
Online
2019; 2016
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Prescription, Addiction and Education

Tens of thousands of people are dying every year from legal prescription drugs. The key to stopping this epidemic starts with educating our doctors.
Online
2019; 2016
4.

Cord Blood Treatment Saves Lives

Most umbilical cords that have been cut from newborns end up as waste, but choosing to donate the cord blood found in it could save many lives.
Online
2019; 2017
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5 Ways to Protect Your Eyes From Aging

As we get older our vision changes, but is there a way to turn back the clock when it comes to the eyes?
Online
2019; 2017
6.

Knee Replacements: One or Two at a Time?

There’s no doubt that knee replacement surgery yields life changing results for people with crippling arthritis, but whether patients should get both knees replaced at the same time is still a subject of debate among orthopedic surgeons.
Online
2019; 2015
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Breath Test for Kidney Failure

A non-invasive device used for testing high blood alcohol level may now also help detect life-threatening conditions.
Online
2019; 2017
8.

Safety Net for Peanut Allergies

Kelly Capps knows the constant worry that comes with having a child who’s allergic to peanuts. Two years after entering her five-year-old son into a groundbreaking study, Price went from barely tolerating one-third of a peanut to eating seven or eight peanuts.
Online
2019; 2016
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The Diet Hop

The Atkins diet, South Beach diet and Weight Watchers may seem like quick ways to shed some unwanted pounds. Next, we’ll show you some dangers you need to know when it comes to dieting.
Online
2019; 2018
10.

Blood Pressure: How Low Should You Go?

It’s being called one of the most important blood pressure studies in the past 40 years. Researchers were able to lower patients' risk of heart-related deaths by 43 percent.
Online
2019; 2016
11.

Shingles Vaccine Again?

Specialist are calling results of the new shingles vaccine spectacular and why you should get it even if you’ve had the old one.
Online
2019; 2018
12.

Surgery Cost Transparency

The last time you bought a television you probably did a lot of research on cost, features, discounts, and more. When you go into surgery, you have none of that information and none of those choices. A surgeon in Utah is trying to change that.
Online
2019; 2015
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Value-Driven Outcomes: A Program to Reduce Hospital Costs

A ground-breaking software program is improving patient care while saving one hospital millions of dollars by showing doctors how much procedures actually cost.
Online
2019; 2017
14.

Children in the Hospital: Anxieties Galore

It’s one of the scariest places especially for children. Tips for parents on how to keep your child calm while in the hospital.
Online
2019; 2017
15.

Out of Options: New Valve Saves Hearts

A brand new device given to the first patient in the world is helping those too sick for open-heart surgery.
Online
2019; 2018
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Not All Fats Are Created Equal

Remember when nutritionists blamed fat for making people… well, fat? Now we know that not all fats are bad. In fact, some can even help us lose weight.
Online
2019; 2015
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SCAD: Women Beware

Young healthy women are falling victim to a rare kind of heart attack, called spontaneous coronary artery dissection.
Online
2019; 2016
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Kids and Cholesterol

One little girl has sky high cholesterol, but thanks to modern medicine she is able to live a more normal life.
Online
2019; 2016
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Pre-Diabetes: Five Changes to Make Now

While many people know the dangers of type II diabetes, they may not know that they have a 50 percent chance of developing pre-diabetes by the time they’re 45 years old.There are no symptoms, which means that many don’t even know they’re at risk.
Online
2019; 2016
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Stem Cell Treatments: Buyers Beware!

Stem cell therapy: a cure-all or just the latest example of promised pain relief without much proof? Some of these clinics may be too good to be true.
Online
2019; 2018