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Study shows the number of nearsighted Americans is growing

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A new study shows that more people are nearsighted today than in the early seventies. It is a common problem that's easily corrected, but one that has scientists asking why? Full story...
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Study shows no link between cell phone use and brain tumors - yet

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There is reassuring news Thursday night for mobile phone users. A study from Scandinavia found no increase in the rate of brain tumors, even as cell phone use rose dramatically. But experts say the case is not closed just yet. Full story...
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Exercise the key to looking and feeling young

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Want to keep yourself looking and feeling young? A new study suggests the best way may be through exercise. Researchers have found people who are physically active have cells that are biologically younger than those who are inactive. Full story...
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Confusion surrounds new cancer screening recommendations

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videoConfusion. That describes what many women are feeling after new recommendations about breast cancer and cervical cancer screenings. WWAY's Marcy Cuevas spoke with an OB/GYN who said members of the medical community are taking that advice with a grain of salt. Full story...
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Can what you do when you are young affect your hearing when you get older?

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Hearing loss can be a normal part of aging, but what you do when you are younger can often affect how well you hear in your golden years. Full story...
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