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It's easier now with a roundup of this week's top medical stories good morning Hannah 1 -- eating good morning to everyone at home trauma experts fear the emotional impact from super storms sandy.
Psychologists say natural disasters lead to post traumatic stress disorder which causes flashbacks depression anxiety and can even weaken the immune system.
Experts say re gaining -- sense of control is key to overcoming the condition.
When it comes to watching your cholesterol doctors say don't put it off research says teenagers and young adults.
Need to monitor their levels instead of waiting until it can be more difficult to control.
Screening for high cholesterol under age 35 is controversial but some doctors say it is essential.
And doctors are just -- likely to discriminate against overweight and obese people as the general public.
A new study out this week is the first of its kind to show a solid anti fat bias on the part of the medical community.
The research was accumulated by researchers from the University of Washington in the University of Virginia.
It found that doctors surveyed exhibited a strong preference for -- people rather than fat people.
But researchers are uncertain how much anti fat attitudes of doctors.
Affected clinical behavior if at all experts say it is important for positions to be aware of this so that personal -- not have a negative impact.
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