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The Huffington Post—If you often have trouble identifying a person on the phone without seeing his/her name or number first, you’re not alone. The inability to identify voice alone is called phonagnosia.
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Chronic Sinusitis Linked to Cancer Risk
Live Science—A new study suggests that older adults with chronic sinus problems have a slightly increased risk for certain cancers of the head and neck. Sinusitis—inflammation of the sinus cavities—causes nasal congestion and pressure in the face and head.
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Science Says People Can Taste Starches Too
FOX News

Until now, scientists recognized five different tastes that people can differentiate: sweet, salty, sour, bitter, and umami (savory). According to some, it may be time to add "starchy" to this list.

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Heart Attack vs. Cardiac Arrest
Health After 50

You may often hear the terms “heart attack” and “cardiac arrest” used interchangeably. In fact, they are distinct conditions.

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Improving Your Cancer Odds
Berkeley Wellness

Two large recent studies have confirmed that improved lifestyle habits can reduce the risk of many cancers.

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Experts Focus on Fighting Cancer
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More Concerns Linked to A-Fib
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New Malaria Treatments on the Horizon
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