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May 20, 2011


1. McDonald's Says Ronald Is Here to Stay

2. China Cuts AIDS Mortality by Two-Thirds, But Not Everyone Benefits Equally
China has reduced its AIDS mortality by two-thirds since it began distributing free antiretroviral drugs in 2002, a new study finds. But the improvements were seen largely in patients who acquired HIV through blood transfusion, rather than through sex or [...]

3. Is Breast Milk the Key to Mother-Baby Bonding?
The secret to mother-baby bonding might be breast milk, according to new research that determines that breast-feeding mothers are more likely than formula-feeding moms to bond with their infants in the months after they're born. They also demonstrate stronger brain [...]

4. CDC to America: How to Prepare for a Zombie Apocalypse
"There are all kinds of emergencies out there that we can prepare for. Take a zombie apocalypse for example. That's right, I said z-o-m-b-i-e a-p-o-c-a-l-y-p-s-e," wrote Dr. Ali S. Khan, a specialist in infectious disease, in the latest update on [...]

5. Q&A With a Family Therapist: How Kids Survive Family Secrets
As details continue to emerge about former Calif. governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's infidelities, many are wondering how the revelations will affect his children â€" not only the four teenagers he has with estranged wife, Maria Shriver, but also his newly discovered [...]

6. Mind Reading: The Researchers Who Analyzed All the Porn on the Internet
Searching all the porn on the Internet might not seem like the most scientifically productive activity, but computational neuroscientists Ogi Ogas and Sai Gaddam did it anyway. For their new book, A Billion Wicked Thoughts: What the World's Largest Experiment [...]

7. Diabetes Drug Avandia to Be Withdrawn From Pharmacies

8. Baby Products Contain Toxic or Untested Chemicals. Are They a Danger?
chemicals play an important role in keeping households safe. But recently some environmental scientists have raised concerns that the chemicals used to treat everyday household items may cause cancer and a host of other illnesses. Now a new study [...]

9. Coffee Drinking Linked With Lower Risk of Fatal Prostate Cancer
Drinking six cups of coffee a day could leave a man pretty wired, but it may also help lower his risk of fatal prostate cancer, according to a new study from the Harvard School of Public Health. The study is [...]

10. The Schwarzenegger Kids: Coping with Parental Betrayal in the Public Eye


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