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05/15/2006 Returning British Vets Said to Be Healthy
05/15/2006 Conjoined N.D. twins` condition upgraded
05/15/2006 NHS waits on EU treatment ruling
05/15/2006 Chinese newborns lacking enough iodine
05/15/2006 FDA sets strong warnings for asthma drug labels
05/15/2006 Medicare Recipients Rush to Beat Deadline
05/15/2006 Nev. Study Links Casino Smoke, DNA Damage
05/15/2006 Wall Street sours on Teva
05/15/2006 TA soldiers' 'Iraq illness risk'
05/15/2006 UK male deaths from melanoma skin cancer rising fast
05/15/2006 Nancy Reagan Again Takes Lead on Stem Cells
05/15/2006 Multimedia Babies Good News, Bad News
05/15/2006 Study reveals how Prozac works in brain
05/15/2006 No sign yet of "Iraq War Syndrome," says study
05/15/2006 do you care about your own health?
05/15/2006 Army Issues Warning About Iraq Documentary
05/15/2006 Work, motherhood a healthy combo
05/15/2006 Mt. Helm host Health Fair`
05/15/2006 Eat To Live Top of the milk - organic
05/15/2006 Sucking Face is Healthy
05/15/2006 New Portal Streamlines Laboratory Compliance Information, Saves Time and Resources
05/15/2006 Internet-Connected Ambient ORB Now Serves as Simple Home Health Feedback Device
05/15/2006 Additional Patient Protection Afforded with Pneumatic Tube System Access Restriction
05/15/2006 NeuroCranial Restructuring An Alternative Method of Physical Medicine
05/15/2006 Do-It-Yourself Acupressure Method Provides an Uncommon Solution to the Common Cold
05/15/2006 SinoFresh HealthCare, Inc. Reports First Quarter 2006 Financial Results
05/15/2006 ViRexx Announces First Quarter Results
05/15/2006 Warning Issued That Bird Flu Virus May Have Mutated Into Highly Contagious Human Strain
05/15/2006 Doing It Right The District of Columbia Health Insurance Market Reform
05/15/2006 Lincare Settles Probes For 12M
05/15/2006 Analysis Wall Street sours on Teva
05/15/2006 St. Jude cleared on 3-D heart imager
05/15/2006 FDA data request delays Dyax drug
05/15/2006 Some parents of athletes hurt development
05/15/2006 Year of treatment for toxoplasmosis
05/15/2006 Mouse Model of Head and Neck Cancer Will Drive Research
05/15/2006 Maureen's Medical Moment Working moms healthier than stay at home moms
05/15/2006 Proposed Calif. budget expands healthcare
05/15/2006 Working May Be Better For Moms' Health
05/15/2006 Bausch & Lomb pulls contact-lens solution
05/15/2006 The Omega Principle
05/15/2006 Walking Test Helps Predict Lifespan
05/15/2006 Adult Heart Pumps Help Kids Waiting for Transplant
05/15/2006 Jailed women seen to need sexual health services
05/15/2006 16 Moms Preconceptional health habits
05/15/2006 Elderly with breast cancer may be undertreated
05/15/2006 Surgically separated twins improving
05/15/2006 Contact Solution Tied To Fungus Pulled From Market
05/15/2006 Living A Healthier Lifestyle
05/15/2006 Leave us cyberchondriacs alone!
05/15/2006 Get a life understand your differences
05/15/2006 The puzzle of ME moves a little closer to being solved
05/15/2006 Trust me, I'm a junior doctor is asylum an excuse to ignore suffering?
05/15/2006 Work and Motherhood Good for Women's Health
05/15/2006 Many need to be aware of ozone levels
05/15/2006 Most children not treated for stings
05/15/2006 Effort to reduce patient-lifting injuries
05/15/2006 Tibetan yoga studied with breast cancer
05/15/2006 Some one-quarter U.S. adults, obese, smoke
05/15/2006 Exercise, diet may reduce colon polyps
05/15/2006 Induced labor raises infection risk
05/15/2006 Overweight? Lose before second pregnancy
05/15/2006 Labor can be longer in obese women
05/15/2006 American CareSource Holdings Announces First Quarter 2006 Financial Results
05/15/2006 Metafore Announces Recipients of Inaugural Innovation Awards
05/15/2006 Vitalstate Board of Directors Dissolved
05/15/2006 HealthTronics has stable quarter after Nasdaq troubles
05/15/2006 FDA B&L lens-solution recall permanent
05/15/2006 Bausch & Lomb pulls contact-lens solution
05/15/2006 CMHC Now Accepting Expressions of Interest for the Net Zero Energy Healthy Housing* Initiative
05/15/2006 Bausch & Lomb Removes Lens Solution
05/15/2006 Sweet count NHS trust criticised
05/15/2006 Ex-health boss justifies new firm
05/15/2006 Healthways forms product alliance with Medco Nashville Business Journal
05/15/2006 Tears of Joy at Bausch & Lomb
05/15/2006 New AIDS Plan Called for in Russia
05/15/2006 Patients’ Freedom of Conscience The Case for Values-Driven Health Plans
05/15/2006 Executive Summary Patients’ Freedom of Conscience The Case for Values-Driven Health Plans
05/15/2006 Correction Abortion-Pill story
05/15/2006 GE Healthcare looks to double compact ultrasound business
05/15/2006 Study finds key to repairing optic nerves
05/15/2006 GTx launches study of muscle builder
05/15/2006 Gym germs How dirty is your health club?
05/15/2006 Work, motherhood a healthy mix study
05/15/2006 PTSD longer in low-income NYC immigrants
05/15/2006 Cancer number one killer of Dutch men
05/15/2006 Legislator calls for meeting on health care reform
05/15/2006 Frequent Tanners May Be Addicted
05/15/2006 Clinical Trials Update May 15, 2006
05/15/2006 New Hopkins research center to tackle 'daunting' global health challenge
05/15/2006 Ways to protect your family
05/15/2006 Mothers who work 'enjoy better health'
05/15/2006 Working Moms Healthier, Thinner Than Stay at Homes
05/15/2006 Are working mothers healthier?
05/15/2006 Body parts shows to need licences
05/15/2006 Afghan Boy With Heart Defect on Way to U.S.
05/15/2006 Heart disease straining U.K. economy
05/15/2006 Bausch & Lomb pulls lens-solution off market
05/15/2006 More Device Issues for Boston Scientific
05/15/2006 Morrisville company scores deal with Misys Healthcare
05/15/2006 Working mums enjoy long-term health benefits, says UK researcher
05/15/2006 Group opens private stem-cell lab
05/15/2006 Twins On Ventilators, Doing Well, Hospital Says
05/15/2006 re republicans v. abortion/ welfare/ health care, pro dealth penalty?
05/15/2006 Separated Twins Doing Well, Doctors Say
05/15/2006 Report Rising temps boost diseases
05/15/2006 Part-D Day Medicare Signups Needed Monday
05/15/2006 Bausch & Lomb Pulls Lens-Solution
05/15/2006 Heart disease costs Britain 29 bln pounds a year
05/15/2006 Working women make thinner, healthier moms study
05/15/2006 Penalties Start For Medicare Drug Signups After Monday
05/15/2006 Study Kids sleeping less, gaining weight
05/15/2006 Diabetes, weight gain threaten Aussies
05/15/2006 Ghana Health Experts Raise Concern Over Increasing Mental Health Cases
05/15/2006 Body parts shows need licences
05/15/2006 Medicare Drug Plan Gets Mixed Reviews as Deadline Arrives
05/15/2006 Ottawa, provinces to fund Fabry disease drugs
05/15/2006 Officials mull using poultry vaccine on people
05/15/2006 Twin girls in intensive care after separation
05/15/2006 WHO alarmed by 3,300 deaths daily in W. Pacific
05/15/2006 JHU to take on global health
05/15/2006 RMIT widens health investigation
05/15/2006 Deaths 'show malaria drug need'
05/15/2006 Mothers want breastfeeding law
05/15/2006 US and EU rule out new food laws to fight obesity
05/15/2006 Ushercell Clinical Trial Updates Presented at International Microbicide Conference
05/15/2006 Health ministry urges to strengthen control of cholera
05/15/2006 Health Charities Helping or Hurting The Animals?
05/15/2006 Mothers demand breastfeed law
05/15/2006 Health Check
05/15/2006 Blair Pinpoints Health And Crime
05/15/2006 Public health urges residents to stay out of flood water
05/15/2006 JHU to take on global health
05/15/2006 RMIT widens health investigation
05/15/2006 Government backs home births
05/15/2006 NPR Health & Science for Sunday, 14 May 2006
05/15/2006 UK government backs home birth
05/15/2006 Medicos strike hits health services in Orissa
05/15/2006 State budget expands uninsured coverage
05/15/2006 Women with career and motherhood are healthier
05/15/2006 Working mothers could be healthier than housewives
05/15/2006 'Poor' postnatal depression care
05/15/2006 Partners grant to help unify homeless services
05/15/2006 Why do television laugh tracks make viewers laugh?
05/15/2006 Addiction's grip now seen as 'extreme memory'
05/15/2006 Carotid stents get better, but proof they work is scant
05/15/2006 Her Rx Equal parts humor, respect
05/15/2006 Humans may not be to blame for mammoth, horse die-off
05/15/2006 Is the body mass index a good way to calculate heart disease risk?
05/15/2006 'A good death'
05/15/2006 A nation up in smoke
05/15/2006 Fathers "influence employee behaviour"
05/15/2006 Anti-quota stir gathers momentum, health services hit
05/15/2006 Medication can prevent frequent migraine attacks
05/15/2006 Asthma sufferers often do not have illness under control
05/15/2006 Sun rays support the generation of vitamin D
05/15/2006 Saunas can help ill children breathe, expert says
05/15/2006 Anti-quota medical strike gathers momentum,health services hit
05/15/2006 Health Care's Role Grows With Federal IT Suppliers
05/15/2006 Back to School Healthy School Lunch Ideas for Kids
05/15/2006 Resident doctors on strike; health services affected
05/15/2006 Race to Part D finish line
05/15/2006 Heart disease costs UK 29 billion
05/14/2006 You are in Health24 Medical Head 2 Toe Abdomen
05/14/2006 Military Vets Wage War Against Obesity
05/14/2006 For a Kennedy, Fighting the Stigma of Mental Illness Becomes Personal
05/14/2006 News Working Moms Healthier than Full-Time Homemakers
05/14/2006 IBM joins health big guns vs. disease
05/14/2006 Royal Flying Doctor Service turns 78
05/14/2006 College says time up for three disabled students
05/14/2006 More funds needed for hospital revamp Opposition
05/14/2006 Health Happenings
05/14/2006 Health warning over herbal products
05/14/2006 Movement Against Medicare Penalty Grows
05/14/2006 Strong batch of heroin may be to blame for hospital admissions
05/14/2006 Granholm Pitches Healthcare Change
05/14/2006 Analysis Race to Part D finish line
05/14/2006 Survey Scissors used as floss in UK
05/14/2006 Dieters Are Searching For Blogs Because They Want the Truth!
05/14/2006 Map Out A Healthy Supermarket Strategy
05/14/2006 Combining work and motherhood is good for women's health
05/14/2006 Bundaberg mental health facility to stay closed for weeks
05/14/2006 Australia in grip of diabetes epidemic study
05/14/2006 AMA sees GP shortage as more pressing than bulk-billing rate
05/14/2006 HIV vaccine trial tests for preventing infection
05/14/2006 Parents urged to reveal children's conception history
05/14/2006 Postnatal depression care 'poor'
05/14/2006 Worker-mothers 'healthiest women'
05/14/2006 When Colleges Go On Suicide Watch
05/14/2006 New spin on old MS drug
05/14/2006 British troops suffer mental health problem in Iraq report
05/14/2006 Millions face Medicare drug plan deadline
05/14/2006 Worker-mothers 'healthiest women'
05/14/2006 Heart disease 'costing UK 29bn'
05/14/2006 Busy working mother? It's very good for your health, claims study
05/14/2006 Deadline looms for Medicare drug plan
05/14/2006 Women can have it all and will be much healthier for it
05/14/2006 Key Rep. Wants to Halt Medicare Penalty
05/14/2006 Deadline for Medicare drug plan looms
05/14/2006 YSR unveils health cover scheme for the poor
05/14/2006 US soldiers with mental problems kept in Iraq
05/14/2006 Indian MDs Strike Over Affirmative Action
05/14/2006 Bird Flu Strikes Indonesian Family Again
05/14/2006 Canada stockpiling antiviral in case of pandemic
05/14/2006 Canada stockpiling antivirals in case of pandemic
05/14/2006 In NW Ark., hospital needed for those with acute mental-health problems
05/14/2006 Japan Confirms 26th Mad Cow Disease Case
05/14/2006 Formerly Conjoined Babies Begin Recovery
05/14/2006 Formerly Conjoined Twins Recover After Rare Surgery
05/14/2006 Scandinavian Countries Best For Mothers, Rankings Suggest
05/14/2006 Separated girls start first day apart
05/14/2006 Avian Flu Wanes in Asian Nations It First Hit Hard
05/14/2006 UNICEF Cholera Epidemic Worsening in Angola
05/14/2006 Feds to offer anti-virals during pandemic
05/14/2006 Formerly conjoined babies face long recovery
05/14/2006 Hypertension surveillance program in the works
05/14/2006 Study to monitor tunnel's health impacts
05/14/2006 Frustrated surgeons opt out of public health
05/14/2006 Outstanding Lyme Disease Physician to be Honored at an Evening of Gratitude & Style
05/14/2006 Bird Flu Strategy Prepare for the Worst, Hope for the Best
05/14/2006 Health care for uninsured part of a trend other states are trying
05/14/2006 Conjoined twins seperated, but tough recovery ahead
05/14/2006 New effective anti-smoking drug approved in US
05/14/2006 Strike against SC directive Health Ministry
05/14/2006 Kenya bans tobacco smoking in public places
05/14/2006 Health care for uninsured part of a trend other states are trying
05/14/2006 France Chirac given clean bill of health
05/14/2006 Small-business health proposal sparks political battle
05/14/2006 Historical health-care plan
05/14/2006 Health care program set
05/14/2006 Health care hot topic in Iowa governor race
05/14/2006 Fifteen further deaths reported in Zimbabwe
05/14/2006 Free Skin Health and Beauty Book
05/14/2006 Health bosses meet campaigners
05/14/2006 WebMD Health
05/14/2006 Efest celebrates living healthy
05/14/2006 The new English patients flying abroad to go under the knife
05/14/2006 Health briefs
05/14/2006 Bates Strategy Group Introduces LifeCircles Internet-Based ?Social Networking? Service
05/14/2006 New birth defect treatment studied
05/14/2006 No Bible ban in Qld hospitals
05/14/2006 Lifestyle disease threat for Indigenous communities
05/14/2006 Frustrated surgeons opt out of public health
05/14/2006 Improper Management of Farm Ponds Can Lead to Serious Health Concerns
05/14/2006 High Oil Prices Lead to Improved Health?
05/14/2006 U.S. Redeploying Troops With Mental Health Issues
05/13/2006 Western-trained doctors pack traditional Chinese medicine course
05/13/2006 Military suicide linked to mental health
05/13/2006 Qld names suspended health bureaucrats
05/13/2006 5-Month-Old Girls in ICU After Separation
05/13/2006 Doctors Attempt To Separate Conjoined Twins
05/13/2006 After long operation, twins doing well
05/13/2006 Girls' parents Surgery answered prayers
05/13/2006 Budget 'improves' nurse-bureaucrat relationship
05/13/2006 Separated Twins Doing Well
05/13/2006 Clue to grapefruit drug reaction
05/13/2006 Illegal drugs 'common' on wards
05/13/2006 GPs to listen for arthritis clue
05/13/2006 Study to monitor tunnel's health impacts
05/13/2006 Fashionable feet pay a price
05/13/2006 Home health aide charged with stealing check
05/13/2006 GPs call for local health boards to regain control of troubled NHS 24 service
05/13/2006 Highlands teachers contract Health care is key
05/13/2006 Teachers feel health care pinch
05/13/2006 Feds promising medicines during a pandemic
05/13/2006 Illegal drugs 'common' on wards
05/13/2006 Clue to grapefruit drug reaction
05/13/2006 GPs to listen for arthritis clue
05/13/2006 No shortage during pandemic, Clement says
05/13/2006 Feds to offer anti-virals during pandemic
05/13/2006 Frazer calls for healthcare funding boost
05/13/2006 No vaccine shortage during pandemic, Clement says
05/13/2006 Drug plan deadline is near
05/13/2006 Sally Field The new face of bone health
05/13/2006 Formerly conjoined babies face long recovery
05/13/2006 Hypertension surveillance program in the works
05/13/2006 Separated twins start first day apart
05/13/2006 Ministers pledge to educate congregations about health issues
05/13/2006 Separated girls start first day apart
05/13/2006 Our prayers are being answered, say parents of separated girls
05/13/2006 Surgery answered our prayers - girls' parents
05/13/2006 Tobacco Carcinogens Found in Urine of Smokers' Babies
05/13/2006 Low Cost Safe Solutions Could Prevent Three Million Newborn Deaths
05/13/2006 Indonesia local tests show 5 positive on bird flu
05/13/2006 Nurses protest against NHS job cuts
05/13/2006 Lords reject assisted dying bill
05/13/2006 NC health insurance HSA contribution information
05/13/2006 NC health insurance HSA qualified medical expenses
05/13/2006 Surgery underway to separate conjoined U.S. twins
05/13/2006 Fetal Brain Saved When Pregnant Mother Stops Drinking
05/13/2006 Genetically Engineered Mosquito Resistant to Dengue Fever Virus
05/13/2006 'Don"t Smoke Around Your Kids'
05/13/2006 More veterans may need extra help for post-combat stress
05/13/2006 FDA warns of suicide risk for Paxil users
05/13/2006 Small Study Shows Slow Bird Flu Spread in Wild Fowl
05/13/2006 Djibouti Officials Fear Bird-Flu Outbreak Near Somali Border
05/13/2006 Doctors Challenge Claims of Merck Study
05/13/2006 Doctors Say Twins' Surgery Going As Planned
05/13/2006 Regular blood pressure checks urged
05/13/2006 Most drug users drive intoxicated survey
05/13/2006 Three Qld Health bureaucrats suspended
05/13/2006 Hotline to ease RMIT tumour concerns
05/13/2006 Canberra bulk-billing rate below average
05/13/2006 Paxil Gets New Suicide Warning
05/13/2006 FDA Paxil May Raise Teen Suicide Risk
05/13/2006 Surgeons separate conjoined twins
05/13/2006 Autistic brains 'never daydream'
05/13/2006 Exercise 'cuts skin cancer risk'
05/13/2006 Low Cost Safe Solutions Could Prevent Three Million
05/13/2006 Mayo Docs Separate Conjoined Twin Girls
05/13/2006 Kaiser Sued Over Kidney Transplant Issues
05/13/2006 FDA Rejects Nestle Bid on Health Claim
05/13/2006 Hospital opens adolescent patients unit
05/13/2006 Suspensions show health reform failures Flegg
05/13/2006 NT's Nurse of the Year 'thrilled'
05/13/2006 Conjoined Twins Are Separated
05/13/2006 Centre gave 39 overdoses
05/13/2006 Top Five Life Saving Health Tests for Women
05/13/2006 EU urges action on obesity
05/13/2006 Knee reconstructions yield good results report
05/13/2006 NSW joins calls for medical training review
05/13/2006 Abortion laws prompt ex-communication threat
05/13/2006 Carol's Blog Talking ... And Talking ... About Food
05/13/2006 A Queens Doctor Finds Fighting Hepatitis B Is a Frustrating Task
05/13/2006 Cholera death toll hits 1,200 in Angola
05/13/2006 Most disabled people in L. America don't get appropriate help OPS
05/13/2006 Diabetes accompanies 40% of hypertension patients in China
05/13/2006 Stop-smoking program withers despite successes
05/13/2006 Workshop to address Kelly-area concerns
05/13/2006 Expanding World Radiography Market Relies on Both Traditional and Digital
05/13/2006 WA cuts radiotherapy waiting lists
05/13/2006 24 cholera patients found in eastern Malaysia
05/13/2006 Ready For The Outdoors?
05/13/2006 IRC News Health News
05/13/2006 PA minister calls for donations to avoid 'health disaster'
05/13/2006 Lowry hosts Sinbad to aid kids, mental health
05/13/2006 Health Tip About Parkinson's Disease
05/13/2006 Many U.S. Pediatricians Fail to Screen for Autism
05/13/2006 Health Tip Prevent an Asthma Attack
05/13/2006 Chancroid vaccine promising in pigs
05/13/2006 Number of Obese, Smoking Americans Tops 9 Million
05/13/2006 Doctors Challenge Claims of Vioxx Study
05/13/2006 Kaiser Suspends Kidney Transplant Program
05/13/2006 Health News
05/13/2006 Exercise could cut skin cancer
05/13/2006 Melbourne office closes floors after mobile phone cancer scare
05/13/2006 Health Cancer
05/13/2006 Big name financial investors back GSK over animal rights threats
05/13/2006 Wellness participation gives companies healthy glow
05/13/2006 http://www.iht.com/rss/healthscience.xml
05/13/2006 Some still see Canada as option
05/13/2006 Health Care Professionals Most Trusted
05/13/2006 Fort HealthCare names new CEO
05/13/2006 The Age of Autism Pox - Part 4
05/13/2006 Suburban Burlington teachers to pay more for health care
05/13/2006 Mainstream News Health Experts Say Cause for Concern Over "Abortion Pil
05/13/2006 Formerly Conjoined Twins Recover After Rare Surgery
05/13/2006 Mother Says Formerly Conjoined Twins 'Look Great'
05/13/2006 Mother Says Formerly Conjoined Twins 'Look Great'
05/13/2006 Formerly Conjoined Twins Recover After Rare Surgery
05/13/2006 Health insurance issue needs bold solution
05/13/2006 Invitrogen Corporation to Present at Las Vegas Health Care Conference
05/13/2006 Tests indicate Indonesia bird flu deaths
05/13/2006 HHS chief makes 11th-hour Part D pitch
05/13/2006 New thinking in treating breast cancer?
05/13/2006 PeriCor's acadesine reduces mortality
05/13/2006 Barr OK for new dose of acne drug Claravis
05/13/2006 Analysis Hollis-Eden future rests on feds
05/13/2006 Health fair offers Asians remedy for language barrier in medicine
05/13/2006 Veterans’ mental health care urged
05/13/2006 Headaches could be TMJD
05/13/2006 Ped Med Depression tough to spot in youth
05/13/2006 Alzheimer's caregivers want time
05/13/2006 Spinal cement may not help back pain
05/13/2006 Janitors protest for affordable health benefits