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Today's Headlines: October 06, 2012

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Halloween Means Gobbling Candy – 10/6/2012

Expert offers tips to minimize sweets consumption among trick-or-treaters.

More Stomach, Esophageal Cancers Seen in AIDS Patients Than Others – 10/6/2012

Study looked at nearly 600,000 people with condition.

Study Links Low Vitamin D Levels to Worse MS Symptoms – 10/5/2012

But it's too soon to recommend supplements for multiple sclerosis patients, researcher says.

Officials Seeking Patients Who May Have Received Contaminated Steroid – 10/5/2012

The drug has been linked to rare form of meningitis tied to 5 deaths and at least 47 illnesses in 7 states.

One-Third of Men With Anal Cancer Have HIV, Study Finds – 10/5/2012

Gay males among those at higher risk of the rare cancer, U.S. government researchers say.

For People With Lung Disease, Colds Are Worse With School Kids Around – 10/5/2012

Study found sore throat, runny nose, cough were all more likely.

Clenched Hand May Prevent 'Choking' Under Pressure – 10/5/2012

For right-handed athletes, squeezing left hand might cause automatic motor skills to kick in, study says.

Same Part of Brain Recognizes Faces and Objects, Study Finds – 10/5/2012

Fusiform face area 'lit up' identically on MRI whether auto lovers looked at cars or people.

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