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Kids who drink soda may not drop milk | Reuters

reuters.com — “NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Kids who drink sugary beverages are not necessarily switching to them and away from milk, according to a new study whose results contradict earlier evidence that sodas and otherView full resource at reuters.com

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Half of heart patients don't stick to their meds | Reuters

reuters.com — “NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Just half of people who are given a prescription to prevent heart disease continue to get their medications refilled over time, according to a new review of several studies.AndView full resource at reuters.com

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An avocado a day might keep the doctor away | Video | Reuters.com

reuters.com — “June 11 - Researchers in Mexico say avocado oil could be used to counteract the effects of diseases such as diabetes and hypertension. Acocado is already well-known for its cholesterol-fighting properties but now, the scientists say it contains antioxidants that protect cells from damage caused by environmental factors like radiation of air pollution. Rob Muir reports.View full resource at reuters.com

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Smartphones may aid eye diagnoses in emergency room | Reuters

reuters.com — “NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Sending patient images to ophthalmologists via smartphone may be an option for emergency room doctors looking to make a quick eye-related diagnosis, a new study suggests.TwoView full resource at reuters.com

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Study finds mismatch between kids and vitamins | Reuters

reuters.com — “NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Vitamin supplements are meant to fill-in where diet may be lacking, but a new study finds that U.S. kids may not be getting some of the most needed nutrients from their vitaminView full resource at reuters.com

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Early ADHD treatment may ward off problems in school | Reuters

reuters.com — “NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - New research from Iceland suggests kids who get early treatment for their attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder don't have as much trouble on national standardized testsView full resource at reuters.com

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Moderate exercise tied to lower breast cancer risk | Reuters

reuters.com — “NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Women who exercise moderately may be less likely than their inactive peers to develop breast cancer after menopause, a study published Monday suggests.Researchers found thatView full resource at reuters.com

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Friend groups may encourage kids to be more active | Reuters

reuters.com — “NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Kids in after-school programs often increase their own physical activity if they make friends who run and jump around more than they do, a new study from Tennessee has found.ThoughView full resource at reuters.com

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Exclusive: Drugmakers weigh emergency supply plan for Greece | Reuters

reuters.com — “LONDON (Reuters) - International drugmakers are working with European authorities on emergency plans to keep medicines flowing into Greece if the country crashes out of the euro.Discussions have intensifiedView full resource at reuters.com

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Study unpicks gene changes behind breast cancer | Reuters

reuters.com — “LONDON (Reuters) - Scientists have mapped the complete genetic codes of 21 breast cancers and created a catalogue of the mutations that accumulate in breast cells, raising hopes that the disease may beView full resource at reuters.com

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WHO warns of high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity | Reuters

reuters.com — “LONDON (Reuters) - Health data released on Wednesday provided the clearest evidence to date of the spread of chronic diseases like diabetes and heart disease from developed nations to poorer regions suchView full resource at reuters.com

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Blood test may help identify kids' smoke exposure: study | Reuters

reuters.com — “(Reuters) - More than half of the children who took part in a study on exposure to cigarette smoke tested positive for such exposure, despite only a handful of their parents admitting to lighting up, accordingView full resource at reuters.com

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Haiti launches anti-cholera vaccination campaign | Reuters

reuters.com — “PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (Reuters) - The Haitian government along with international partners including the World Health Organization launched a vaccination campaign against cholera on Saturday targetingView full resource at reuters.com

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Cora stumps for healthier school meals | Reuters

reuters.com — “NEW YORK (Reuters) - American chef Cat Cora has been traveling around the United States to raise awareness about nutrition and to promote better school meals as a part of First Lady Michelle Obama's ChefsView full resource at reuters.com

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Alcoholism not uncommon among surgeons | Reuters

reuters.com — “NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - About 15 percent of surgeons have alcohol abuse or dependency problems, a rate that is somewhat higher than the rest of the population, according to a new survey.The researchersView full resource at reuters.com

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