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Obama’s health records plans still raise privacy questions

President Obama campaigned on the platform of healthcare reform, but his plans to computerize medical records are facing opposition from some privacy advocates.

Scientists: HRT use related to breast cancer

A large study has found a drop in breast cancer cases after a reduction in the use of certain types of hormone replacement therapy.

Taking fishiness out of fish oil supplements

While the benefits of fish oil are well known, many people object to the often unpleasant taste of related supplements. Thankfully, a health newsletter has some tips that may help remedy the problem.

Economist: more borrowing a wrong way to go

As President Obama presses Congress to pass a nearly $900 billion stimulus plans, some experts question the fundamental elements of the package.

Soy consumption may reduce cancer risk

Scientists have discovered new health benefits from soyfood consumption in older women.

Toxic waste linked to cancer in Pennsylvania

Environmental contaminants may be causing cancers in inhabitants of three counties in Eastern Pennsylvania.

Gold and silver prices rise as investors look for safety

After a three day break, precious metals prices are on the upswing as investors ponder gloomy economic news and look for places to store value.

Vitamin D benefits adolescent girls

It is widely known that vitamin D is crucial in early years of life for proper bone development, but a new study sheds light on benefits that come later in life as well.

Daschle’s tax problems cast shadow on Obama’s agenda of change

The withdrawal of President Obama’s choice for Secretary of Health and Human Services raises new questions about integrity among top figures in Washington politics.

Study: water pollution may affect fertility

Scientists believe that they have uncovered more evidence supporting the theory that declining male fertility is partially linked to the level of water contamination.

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