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Report: 55 percent of Alzheimer’s patients aren’t given diagnosis

Many doctors who diagnose their patients with Alzheimer’s disease fail to tell the patient the news.

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Weill Cornell physiologist developing prosthetic eye

Researchers at Weill Cornell Medical College are working on creating a prosthetic device to bring sight back to the blind.

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A new iPhone app for Parkinson’s patients

The app dubbed Parkinson mPower was developed in partnership with neurologists at the University of Rochester.

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Weill Cornell researcher leading fight against tuberculosis

A researcher at Weill Cornell Medical College is leading the way in the battle against tuberculosis.

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Cornell research finds major cost-savings in HIV prevention

Preventing just one case of HIV can save more than $225,000.

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Iron Maiden frontman returns to public eye

In this photo made available on Sunday, Aug. 15, 2010, singer Bruce Dickinson performs during the concert of the English heavy metal band Iron Maiden at the Sziget (Island) Festival on the Shipyard Island in northern Budapest, Hungary, late Saturday, Aug. 14, 2010. The Island Festival is one of the biggest cultural events of Europe with an emphasis on music.

Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson makes his first public appearance since undergoing treatment for cancer.

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Scott Stapp completes 90-day rehab stint

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The Creed frontman has had a rocky couple of months but his bandmates say he's on the road to recovery.

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Van Halen plan tour, live album

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The band is back and ready to hit the road.

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TODAY’S MUST SEE: National Anthem ‘fans’ at Walmart

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We all did this as kids ... we just probably didn't get caught on camera doing it in a Walmart.