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Health News for 08/01/10

August 01, 2010

As People Live Longer, More Will Develop Cataracts

Americans are living longer than ever before and most people who live into their 70s and beyond will develop cataracts at some point.
Wakefulness Not to Blame for Higher SIDS Deaths in Boys

SUNDAY, Aug. 1 (HealthDay News) - Experts have long known that sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) is more common in boys than girls, but a new study suggests that gender differences in levels of wakefulness are not to blame.



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