Doctor's Orders: Nov. 7, 2005

DON'T WORRY, GET ANGRY! Sometimes it pays to get mad. In a small study published in Biological Psychiatry, subjects who made angry facial expressions in stressful situations--like having to count quickly back from 6,233 by 13--had smaller blood-pressure spikes and lower levels of stress hormones than those who responded with expressions of fear.

180,000 Number of hepatitis A infections that could be prevented each year in the U.S. with child vaccinations, according to a CDC advisory panel that unanimously recommended routine vaccination of all 1- and 2-year-olds.

GETTING THE SKINNY AT MICKEY D'S Ever wonder how many calories are in a...

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