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Study: Cholesterol Drug Vytorin Does Not Do What It Claims

Posted: 03/31/2008 - A new study on the effects of Vytorin suggests the popular cholesterol drug does nothing to keep plaque from clogging up arteries. The research followed a group of 720 people with super high cholesterol says it appears the drug does "zilch" when it comes to limiting the buildup of plaque.

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A Daily Beer May Be Good For The Heart

Posted: 03/27/2008 - A study from the University of California-Davis, found small amounts of beer helped men and women decrease their risk of heart attack and stroke by nearly 40 percent.

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Birth Control Pill For Men

Posted: 03/27/2008 - A birth control pill for men? A new study says it could be available in the United States as early as next year.

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Alamosa Families Coping Without Tap Water

Updated: 03/27/2008 - Marlene Gomez prepared dinner for her family of six, as she does every evening. But Tuesday's main ingredient will be several bottles of water, instead of the more convenient tap.

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Water System Cleaning Begins

Updated: 03/27/2008 - Crews in Alamosa have started pumping high concentrations of chlorine into Alamosa's municipal water system in an effort to rid it of salmonella bacteria that has sickened nearly 250 people.

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Sugar Partly to Blame for Student Illnesses

Updated: 03/24/2008 - Health Officials from the San Juan Health Department say too much sugar and exercise are likely the causes of thirteen students falling ill at Miller Middle School in Durango Thursday.

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Governor’s Fit Challenge Kicks Off In Colorado

Posted: 03/20/2008 - All Americans ages 6 and older are encouraged to join the Challenge, be active five days a week, and log their activity on their personal activity tracker for six weeks.

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U.S. and China Investigating 19 Heparin Deaths

Posted: 03/16/2008 - China and the United States are working together to investigate the blood-thinner heparin, which has been linked to 19 American deaths, China's food and drug administration said Sunday.

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Hay Fever Season Has Begun

Posted: 03/17/2008 - Itchy eyes, stuffy nose and sneezing may explain how you felt this past week, and could be how you feel for the next six weeks.

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Alarming Teen Sex Study

Posted: 03/12/2008 - The Centers for Disease Control has released alarming statistics about teenage girls and sexually transmitted diseases. It found more than three million teen girls are infected with an STD.

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CPR Training Saves Autistic Boy's Life

Updated: 03/11/2008 - It was a life or death situation on a Pueblo school bus. When three faculty members used their first-aid training to save an autistic student who went into a sudden seizure.

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Drugs Found In Tap Water

Updated: 03/10/2008 - Forty-one-million Americans in twenty-four major metropolitan areas are drinking water with traces of drugs in it. That's according to an Associated Press investigation. What about Southern Colorado's water?

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Warm Wishes for New Hospital

Updated: 03/09/2008 - The new Penrose Saint Francis Hospital on the east side of Colorado Springs is getting a personal touch from the community.

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Fort Carson Hosts Blood Drive

Updated: 03/07/2008 - The Armed Services Blood Program blood drive is being hosted at the Special Events Center March 6 - 8 from 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.

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Makers Of Airborne Accused Of Hoax

Updated: 03/05/2008 - It was once billed as a way to fight off a cold, but now the makers of the popular product Airborne are paying big time for that claim.

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