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AOL Health Condition Center

The AOL Health condition centers were redesigned with a focus on motivating the audience. We found that 90% of the audience visiting the condition centers were trying to self diagnose for themselves or a loved one. 69 more words


AOL's Health Story - 9 Facinating Facts about...Fat

AOL had a stort about Fat today, I know perfect for the lunch time hour. Nothing makes you want to put down that hot dog which chili cheese and bacon fries quite like reading about fat. 173 more words


Propecia: Link to Post Finasteride Syndrome?

The internet is all a buzz this morning about the latest “study” released about the long term side effects of Finasteride, aka Propecia.  The study was published online by the International Society for Sexual Medicine in March 2011, by primary investigator, George Washington University Andrology/Endocrinology Professor, Dr. 880 more words


Bill Simmons the broadcaster; AOL Health, SLAMonline stories

No matter how much criticism Bill Simmons receives, NBA fans can’t argue he brings serious value to the League. He’s written a 700-page book on basketball, and he routinely writes about and produces podcasts of the NBA through his mega-platform on ESPN.com. 376 more words

Kyle Stack

Do Overweight People Smell Food Better?

The smell of food is central to its taste — and to our desire for it — and new research suggests that our ability to smell what we eat may affect how much we consume. 281 more words

Diet & Fitness

The Depressing Thing About Teen Smoking

As reported on AOL Health by Deborah Huso, a study conducted at the University of Montreal and the University of Toronto has indicated that teenagers who smoke to ease depression may get more depressed. 437 more words

Nets preview; I go on a diet

Before I wrote my Knicks preview for amNew York, I came out with a Nets season outlook. I just didn’t realize it until my editor pointed out that out to me after I had asked him when the Nets post would, well, post. 177 more words

Kyle Stack