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Information the statistical prevalence of ADHD. http://bit.ly/aePZVB

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Pregnancies After Tubal Reversal Related To Tubal Lengths | Tubal Reversal Pregnancy Announcements

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Pregnancy Outcomes After Tubal Reversal Surgery | Tubal Reversal Pregnancy Announcements

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DrBergerChapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center Medical Director - I have devoted my professional career of more than 30 years to improving the techniques of microsurgical tubal repair in order to be able to restore fertility and hope to women desiring to become pregnant after having their tubes tied. The surgical techniques that I have developed make outpatient tubal ligation reversal comfortable, safe, and affordable by eliminating the need for hospitalization and speeding the recovery process." /> Gary S Berger, MD Physician, Active Health Library, Doctor, ObGyn Physician, and Surgeon

What Do You Do When There is No Best Dataset? A follow-up on pregnancy and rape statistics | Context and Variation, Scientific American Blog Network

blogs.scientificamerican.com — “Trigger warning: discussion of violence against women. I’ve received a number of questions over email and Twitter about the statistics I mention at the end of my ...View full resource at blogs.scientificamerican.com

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20 Ways To Stand Up To Cancer

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Can I suddenly become allergic to shellfish? - Ask Doctor K, Harvard Medical School

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The Autism Epidemic

neatorama.com — “The CDC estimated that rate of autism for 8-year-olds in the United States is one in 88 children. Why are there so many people with autism today? Consider that no one was autistic before 1944 -because the condition had not been named or described until then. By 1953, one doctor said the diagnosis had “threatens to become a fashion.” Is autism over-diagnosed or is it more prevalent for some reason? Or could it be that awareness and better diagnostic techniques identify people with autView full resource at neatorama.com

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26 Natural Alternatives for Allergies | GreenMedInfo | Blog entry

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Curing the Autism Stats | Dr Carolyn Dean MD ND

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Reducing Childhood Obesity from the Academy

eatright.org — “A key to reducing the prevalance of childhood obesity is good nutrition. Learn more about how healthy eating and active living can eliminate childhood obesity. Information from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.View full resource at eatright.org

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Squeeze fitness into your workday

wishtv.com — “February is American Heart Month, and the statistics haven't changed: Cardiovascular disease is still the leading killer of men and women in the United States and worldwide.View full resource at wishtv.com

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2011 Plastic Surgery Statistics

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No Cancer Protection With Vitamin B or Omega-3 Fatty-Acid

medscape.com — “: The investigators did observe a statistically significant interaction by sex, however, with women taking omega-3 fatty acids at an increased for cancer. They caution, however, that the results might be due to chance, given the few cancer cases and cancer deaths that occurred in women treated with the supplements.View full resource at medscape.com

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Myths and truths of obesity and pregnancy

sciencedaily.com — “Ironically, despite excessive caloric intake, many obese women are deficient in vitamins vital to a healthy pregnancy. This and other startling statistics abound when obesity and pregnancy collide. Together, they present a unique set of challenges that women and their doctors must tackle in order to achieve the best possible outcome for mom and baby.View full resource at sciencedaily.com

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