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I thought you might enjoy this slideshow with the <a rel=nofollow href=http://www.webmd.com/parenting/news/slideshow-top-10-health-news-2009>Top Ten Health Stories of 2009.</a> This included Octomom, Acetaminophen dosage, unpopular new mammogram guidelines, H1N1, and the passing of a number of celebrities.
Check out Dr. Rod Moser's blog for the <a rel=nofollow href=http://blogs.webmd.com/all-ears/2009/12/medical-darwin-awards-2009.html>Medical Darwin Awards.</a> Just how do they go to the bathroom in a long distance bike race? You've heard of May-December marriages, but what do you call a 17 year old and a 112 year old? How about a bank robber who has an oxygen tank? Take a look and read these stories and more.
Then you can check out a few more blogs that might be of interest:
LIFE WORKS ? TEVIS TROWER--Meaning, Power, and Spirit in the New Year
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The important spirits at a party aren?t the ones in a bottle; a New Year?s message with value throughout the year.
HEALTHY RECIPE DOCTOR ? ELAINE MAGEE--Soy Eggnog?That Can?t Be Good, Right?
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Elaine tastes soy-nog.
HEALTHY RECIPE DOCTOR ? ELAINE MAGEE--What Happens When You Invite The WebMD Recipe Doctor To Your Cookie Party?
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Intro to a cookie makeover series.
HEALTHY BEGINS HERE--How to Grow Organic Food Indoors
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If you can grow houseplants, you can grow organic herbs and produce indoors too.
HEALTHY BEGINS HERE--10 Tips to Detoxify Your Diet
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If you plan on taking better care of yourself in the New Year, here are 10 tips to help you towards your goal.
CHILD HEALTH 411 ? DR. ARI BROWN--New Year's Resolutions
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Healthy resolutions for the entire family.
ALL EARS ? DR. MOSER--Birth Rate Rising Among Teenagers
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Rod?s take on teen pregnancy, condoms, birth control, and talking to your kids about sex
Cheers to all for a wonderful 2010!
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