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Eating breakfast

Invert your daily meals, say scientists.

Everyone who is trying to eat for weight control knows what's for breakfast and what's for dinner. But scientists say we have it all wrong. And it's making us fat.

The problem we face is metabolic syndrome, which shows up as abdominal obesity, high triglycerides, insulin resistance and cardiovascular disease-risk factors. What scientists have learned can flip your dining schedule upside down -- literally.

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Head x-ray

Use your head to learn the risks, take precautions, and avoid a horrible outcome.

We sometimes joke about our heads: Knock your head against the wall ... Head bashing ... Dropped on your head ... and more. Funny -- except it's no laughing matter.

Even a head injuriy that appears to be mild can have serious, long-term effects, especially when there are repeated injuries.

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Warrior 05

Progress has been made in War On Cancer, but we face many challenges

We seem to be waging war on many fronts: drugs, crime, illegal immigration, drunk driving, Afghanistan, Iraq, terrorists in general, terrorism on airplanes in particular. But our most serious war -- the one most likely to affect all of us -- is one we are still losing: The War on Cancer.

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No Smoking

Use these 5 steps to stop now.

President Barack Obama’s 2010 physical examination revealed that he is in generally good health -– and that he is still trying to quit smoking. His doctor’s advice: keep up his "smoking cessation efforts"; in other words, he should keep trying to kick the habit.

Stress is one of the reasons people give for not being able to quit smoking, says Susan Rausch, health educator at the Pat Walker Health Center and co-chair of the University of Arkansas’ FRESH campaign to promote the Tobacco Free Campus policy.

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