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  • Fecal transplants: A therapy whose time has come

    Fecal transplants: A therapy whose time has come
    Clostridium difficile is a dangerous infection that, as its name implies, is not always easy to treat successfully with antibiotics. In many cases, the infection is actually triggered by antibiotic use during hospitalization; the medications kill beneficial bacteria that keep C. difficile in check.
  • Polish up on a lasting manicure

    Polish up on a lasting manicure
    Crackle may be good for your Rice Krispies but usually not for your nail polish. When your manicure chips soon after you get it done, it's not just annoying; it's a waste of time and money. Even industry pros aren't immune to the problem. Sree Roy,...

    Will Asperger's or colitis win 'Idol' contestants new fans?

     
    American Idol contestants James Durbin and Casey Abrams' struggles with medical issues may net them new fans

    Dan O'Bannon dies at 63; screenwriter of 'Alien'

    Dan O'Bannon dies at 63; screenwriter of 'Alien'
    Dan O'Bannon, the acclaimed science fiction/horror film screenwriter who was best known for writing the blockbuster hit "Alien" and who also directed and wrote the zombie fest "The Return of the Living Dead," has died. He was 63. O'Bannon, whose...

    Curcumin's anti-inflammatory powers are unproven

    Curcumin's anti-inflammatory powers are unproven
    The products: Humans have long believed in an almost magical connection between strong flavors and good health. The burn from the hot pepper? It must be energizing the body. The pungent tang of a raw oyster? It must be energizing a very particular part of...