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  1. Testosterone May Actually Help Men's Hearts

    May 16, 2005 -- Middle-aged men may suffer more frequently from heart disease than women, but testosterone may not be to blame. A new Finnish study shows that testosterone may actually help protect men from atherosclerosis (or hardening of the arteries) and reduce their risk of heart disease. Resear

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  2. Standing Out in a Crowd: What Gets Attention

    April 21, 2005 -- Ever search for someone in a crowded room, scan the supermarket shelves for your favorite spaghetti sauce, survey your laundry for the proverbial missing sock, or pick through a bag of Halloween candy to find your favorite chocolate bar? Then you know what it's like to hunt through

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  3. Sports Fan Violence Follows Victory

    March 30, 2005 -- The thrill of victory can quickly turn to violence, says a new study. Most sports fans don't get out of control. They'll root hard for their team but take wins and losses in stride. You'll likely see that this weekend, when die-hard college basketball fans paint their faces and scr

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  4. Men's Sleep Apnea Increases Heart Problems

    March 17, 2005 -- Men with severe obstructive sleep apnea appear to run a higher risk of fatal or nonfatal heart problems. obstructive sleep apnea appear to run a higher risk of fatal or nonfatal heart problems. But treating men's sleep apnea with continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) for at le

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  5. Lawmakers Upset Over Mixed Signals on Steroids

    March 17, 2005 - Thursday's widely-anticipated Capitol Hill hearings on anabolic steroids in professional baseball left some lawmakers frustrated that proceedings designed to send a stark message about the evils of performance-enhancing drugs instead sent signals that were largely mixed. One after t

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  6. Prostate Cancer Test Popular but Not Colonoscopy

    March 3, 2005 -- When men get screened for prostate cancer, it wouldn't hurt to encourage them to schedule a colon cancer test as well. That approach could save lives. Despite the controversy surrounding the utility of routine PSA screening for men in reducing prostate cancer death, more men get tes

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  7. Does Baby Height Predict Adult Income?

    Feb. 22, 2005 -- An infant boy's growth during his first year of life may signal his economic growth during adulthood. Baby boys who are taller than their peers between birth and their first birthday grow up to earn more money as adults, say researchers from the U.K. and Finland. But they say their

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  8. Why We Overcommit

    Feb. 10, 2005 -- Packed calendars and ceaseless schedules are sure signs of a tendency to overcommit. But what makes us cram so much onto our to-do lists? Why do we consistently push to maintain a pace more appropriate for the round-the-world reality show The Amazing Race than for normal, daily life

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  9. Young Cell Phone Users Drive Like the Elderly

    Feb. 3, 2005 - Talking on a cell phone while driving can turn a normally attentive young driver into a virtual senior citizen behind the wheel, according to a new study. "If you put a 20-year-old driver behind the wheel with a cell phone, their reaction times are the same as a 70-year-old driver who

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  10. Pro Football Players Pass Staph Infections

    Feb. 2, 2005 -- Staph infections may pose a bigger risk to some professional football players than a tackle or quarterback sack, and the best defense may be better hygiene on the field and in the locker room. New research shows a fall 2003 outbreak of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRS

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