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  1. Swim, Don't Swallow: Water-Borne Illnesses at New Highs

    When you swim, some water is going to get into your mouth. For the most part, that is OK. In recreational pools chlorine is used to kill germs although it can take its sweet time killing some of them. However, in 1999-2000, more than 2,000 recreational water illnesses (RWIs) and four deaths occurred

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  2. Father's Day Health and Fitness Gifts

    Over the years, the Father's Day gift has become synonymous with the impersonal and the uninspiring -- the tie, the socks, the bottle of cheap aftershave to add to the unopened collection maturing beneath the bathroom sink. So come June, every American with a father who wants to do something differe

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  3. The Benefits of Protein

    High-protein, low-carbohydrate diets are the hottest thing since sliced flank steak, and every food marketer in the known universe appears to want a piece of the protein pie. Body builders are snatching, grabbing, and gulping down protein shakes. Dieters are gobbling down protein bars (and shunning

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  4. A Low-Carb, High-Protein Menu

    Everyone's needs are different, which is why the National Academy of Sciences recommends a range of 10% to 35% of calories from protein. If you're eating a higher-protein diet, try daily menus like this one to get the most nutrition from your low-carb lifestyle. Sample Menu Nutrients (depending on p

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  5. Can a Pill Make You Smarter?

    The drive to self-improvement is one of the defining aspects of our culture. We are willing to go to great lengths to match our ideals; and if you're not an Adonis or Venus, a mental equal to Einstein, or the spiritual equivalent of a saint, you may have felt a twinge of shame and pressure to whip y

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  6. Between Friends: Living Donors

    Steven's voice filled with emotion when he talked about his long road to surgery. When he got to the part where his friend Michael offered him half of his liver, that's where he had to pause and collect himself. "Having someone give you your life back -- it's hard to just say you're grateful," says

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  7. Irritable Male Syndrome: High on Stress

    Harold, age 44, has a not-so-typical Valentines Day dilemma. It's not that he doesn't know what to get for his wife, it's that he doesn't want to get her anything! "I love my wife [and] I know she expects something nice for Valentine's Day -- candy, flowers, or a romantic card -- but I hate to go th

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  8. Staying Healthy a Challenge for Presidents

    Americans may argue over his policies and tactics, but one thing about George W. Bush is inarguable: He is among the most fit and healthy presidents in our history. "The president's level of fitness is unusually high for anyone," says Tavis Piattoly, a sports nutritionist and director of the human p

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  9. Winter Wonderland of Safety Tips

    Winter can be downright cold, and with the frosty air settling in for the long-haul, all you want to do is settle in for a long winter's nap. But your kids are ready to make the most of the miserable weather -- with ski trips, sledding, ice hockey, and more. From teaching your young drivers how to h

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  10. An Aspirin a Day ... or Not?

    We've long known that aspirin reduces the risk of heart attacks and strokes while increasing your chances of surviving them. But now this household drug may protect you in other ways, too. Newer evidence indicates that aspirin can also reduce the risk of cancer of the colon, esophagus, stomach, rect

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