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Readers' Choice: Top 10 Stories of 2007

The news stories that were the most widely read on WebMD this year.
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Dec. 14, 2007 -- From microscopic threats to "small" problems, the most popular news stories on WebMD in 2007 mainly focused on the very human topics of sex and food.

Here's the list of the 10 most popular news stories in 2007:

Year in Review

  1. MRSA: Experts Answer Your Questions
  2. Small-Penis Syndrome Common
  3. Killer Cold Virus Appears in U.S.
  4. 1 Daily Soda May Boost Heart Disease
  5. Botulism Recall Widened
  6. Why People Have Sex: 237 Reasons
  7. Soft Drinks Up Calorie Counts
  8. Johns Hopkins Tops Best Hospitals List
  9. Ovarian Cancer: 4 Early Symptoms
  10. Eat More, Lose More Weight

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