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    Top Stories of 2005: Viewer's Choice

    Here are the top 10 most viewed news stories of the last year.

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    Bird flu made the cut, as did a diet pill that holds promise, and a sweetener that's taken the world -- and WebMD readers -- by storm.

    Here are the top 10 most viewed news stories on WebMD in 2005:

    1. Worst Cities, Worst Bugs for Asthma
    2. Best States for Raising Healthy Kids
    3. Bird Flu: 10 Questions, 10 Answers
    4. 4 Steps to Better Health in 6 Weeks
    5. New Weight Loss Drug May Help Dieters
    6. Dietitians Say Splenda Is Not the Same as Sugar
    7. Heart Rate Reveals Risk of Sudden Death
    8. Stroke Warning Signs May Start Days Earlier
    9. Flu Season May Not Have Peaked Yet
    10. Diet Pill Acomplia Keeps the Pounds Off

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