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College Freshmen & Eating Disorders

Updated: 09/16/2008 - College kids are in class, their pencils are sharpened and their books are wide open, but some of those students may end up gaining more than good grades.

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States Invite Feds To Discuss Livestock Disease

Posted: 09/11/2008 - Wyoming state veterinarian Walter Cook says the group wants to talk with the USDA's Animal Plant and Health Inspection Service about changing its rules for brucellosis.

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Study Says Too Many Arthroscopic Knee Surgeries

Posted: 09/10/2008 - Two studies are calling into question whether many people with arthritis are needlessly undergoing one of the most common operations in America: arthroscopic knee surgery.

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78 Percent Of Colorado Kids Fully Immunized

Updated: 09/05/2008 - An estimated 78 percent of Colorado children under age 3 were considered fully immunized last year, according to the annual National Immunization Survey from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Retailers Pull Simplicity Bassinets Off Shelves

Posted: 08/28/2008 - The Consumer Product Safety Commission says Wal-Mart, Toys "R" Us, Kmart, Big Lots, Target, and J.C. Penney have recalled Simplicity's "close-sleeper/bedside sleeper" because the products pose a strangulation hazard.

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Radiation To Be Used On Spinach, Lettuce

Updated: 08/21/2008 - The Food and Drug Administration has determined that modern irradiation techniques kill food-poisoning germs without compromising the safety or nutrient value of raw spinach and lettuce.

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Fewer Women In Their Forties Have Children

Updated: 08/19/2008 - More women in their early 40's are childless, and those who are having children are having fewer than ever before, the Census Bureau says.

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Steps To A Healthier Pueblo

Posted: 08/12/2008 - A healthier and more active community. That's the goal of city and county leaders in Pueblo as they take to the streets to see how they can change the design of Pueblo.

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Immigrant Kids Less Active Than American-Born Kids

Posted: 08/05/2008 - The study -- said to be the biggest of its kind by far -- found almost 18 percent of foreign-born children with immigrant parents got no vigorous exercise on any days of the week. And 56 percent did not take part in organized sports

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Experimental Alzheimer's Drug Shows Early Promise

Posted: 07/29/2008 - For the first time, an experimental drug shows promise for halting the progression of Alzheimer's disease by breaking up the protein tangles that clog victims' brains.

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