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10/20/2006 [-] Building on the Successes of Health Savings Accounts
10/20/2006 [-] Red Tide Closes Pierce County Beaches
10/20/2006 [-] Folic acid 'hinders malaria drug'
10/20/2006 [-] Plastic pill to fight gum disease
10/20/2006 [-] Plant the Focus of Alzheimer's Study
10/20/2006 [-] Opposition questions health-department grants for cooks
10/20/2006 [-] Seven children dead, 71 infected in Kazakh AIDS scandal
10/20/2006 [-] Plant the focus of Alzheimer's study
10/20/2006 [-] Ears ringing? Listen up
10/20/2006 [-] Schembechler Admitted to Cardiac Unit
10/20/2006 [-] Drug-induced labor increases embolism risk
10/20/2006 [-] Novartis` future looks strong
10/20/2006 [-] Diarrhea bug in meat prompts investigation
10/20/2006 [-] Cheering football fans can damage voices
10/20/2006 [-] Mental illness to rise as drought takes hold, health group says
10/20/2006 [-] Marathon Runners Overcome Health Challenges
10/20/2006 [-] What ails India despite zooming economy
10/20/2006 [-] Be your own advocate to increase safety, doctor suggests
10/20/2006 [-] Health officials say Miss. West Nile cases now 165
10/20/2006 [-] Study Links Bread, Kidney Cancer Risk
10/20/2006 [-] Alegro Health Corp. Announces Change in Chief Financial Officer
10/20/2006 [-] Casting A Wary Eye On The National Health Museum
10/20/2006 [-] Health officials probe finger-in-sandwich claim
10/20/2006 [-] 17 things you've probably never done, but should
10/20/2006 [-] Trek to good health
10/20/2006 [-] Health officials probe claim of finger in sandwich
10/20/2006 [-] Health officials investigate claim that a finger was found in a sandwich
10/20/2006 [-] Seattle police get fleet of defibrillators
10/20/2006 [-] Dr. Jonathan C. Javitt, International Healthcare Expert, Joins flexSCAN Board of Directors
10/20/2006 [-] Calif. Health Officials Investigating Claim Woman Found Finger In Subway Sandwich
10/20/2006 [-] Angola Cunene HIV/Aids a Serious Preoccupation, Says Health Minister
10/20/2006 [-] Silicone gel breast implants allowed back on market in Canada
10/20/2006 [-] Boutique medicine When wealth buys health
10/20/2006 [-] Catholic health to ban stem cell treatments
10/20/2006 [-] HEALTH Report Exposes a Free-Market Famine
10/20/2006 [-] * Health system costs need attention, sayslegislative group
10/20/2006 [-] Junior auxiliaries to meet on child health care
10/20/2006 [-] Flying Eye Hospital Aids World's Poor
10/20/2006 [-] Healthy Diwali
10/20/2006 [-] A market Rx for U.S. healthcare
10/20/2006 [-] Study indicates a few extra pounds good
10/20/2006 [-] Ped Med Misstep seen in shot safety study
10/20/2006 [-] Eat To Live Ban trans fats like the Danes
10/20/2006 [-] Zanzibar adopts first-ever anti-HIV/AIDS policy
10/20/2006 [-] Hedley, Bouchey to co-chair Seton Health capital campaign
10/20/2006 [-] Antibiotics Only Help With Some Ear Infections
10/20/2006 [-] Clinical Trials Update Oct. 20, 2006
10/20/2006 [-] Government in Drive to Provide Quality Health Care
10/20/2006 [-] Roche Bid to Dismiss Amgen Suit Over U.S. Sales of Cera Rejected by Judge
10/20/2006 [-] Some preschoolers can use Ritalin
10/20/2006 [-] HCA's Profit Falls 14 Percent as Hospital Admissions Drop, Uninsured Rise
10/20/2006 [-] Schering-Plough Earnings Gain Almost Fivefold, Driven by Cholesterol Drugs
10/20/2006 [-] Icahn Moves Closer to Control of ImClone Board With Appointment of Liebert
10/20/2006 [-] Merck's Profit Declines 34 Percent as Generics Take Away From Zocor Sales
10/20/2006 [-] Health department gets grant to fight diabetes in Weld
10/20/2006 [-] Health minister Manto still in hospital
10/20/2006 [-] Nigeria FG Fires Health Officials
10/20/2006 [-] Uganda EU Releases Sh38 Billion for Health
10/20/2006 [-] Cows acting as coal mine canaries for stray volts
10/20/2006 [-] 54 people now sick in N.S. Norwalk outbreak
10/20/2006 [-] Alcoholics Group Wants Smoking Ban Exemption
10/20/2006 [-] Firm Reports Stem Cell Use for Making of Insulin
10/20/2006 [-] NHS pay rise plans prompt anger
10/20/2006 [-] Amgen's Agreement With Fresenius on Anemia Drug May Block Roche on Cera
10/20/2006 [-] UnitedHealth 3Q earnings beat Street, board backs new CEO
10/20/2006 [-] Beverly Healthcare gets Golden name
10/20/2006 [-] Diet, Fitness, and Exercise Two Reports Offer Guidance on Eating Fish
10/20/2006 [-] Stars bring joy to sick children
10/20/2006 [-] Caffeine pills trigger calls to poison center
10/20/2006 [-] DNAPrint Pharmaceuticals to Present at New York Life Sciences Venture Summit
10/20/2006 [-] Indonesia to force city residents to cage poultry
10/20/2006 [-] Hill Sodrel 'insensitive' about health insurance
10/20/2006 [-] Health official suspended after 50 CCC forgery charges
10/20/2006 [-] Health staff face 'bitter pill' on pay
10/20/2006 [-] Haze leaps into unhealthy range
10/20/2006 [-] Delta can cut health benefits, judge says
10/20/2006 [-] Study your alphabet soup during health-care plan enrollment
10/20/2006 [-] Slovenia, China concur to boost health cooperation
10/20/2006 [-] Healthy Diwali recipes
10/20/2006 [-] Mental health patients 'face bed shortage'
10/20/2006 [-] Fast food health 'halo' clouds sense
10/20/2006 [-] Barr Retains Pliva's Covic to Lead European Operations After Purchase
10/20/2006 [-] UnitedHealth eager to move on
10/19/2006 [-] Missouri River health advisory issued
10/19/2006 [-] Scientists take step toward invisibility cloak
10/19/2006 [-] i-flex reports healthy performance in Q2
10/19/2006 [-] Scientists identify memory gene
10/19/2006 [-] Study Finds Risks, Benefits Of Ritalin In Preschoolers
10/19/2006 [-] Ritalin In Preschoolers Brings Risks, Benefits
10/19/2006 [-] Fraud at UnitedHealth Cooked books
10/19/2006 [-] La. Works on Fixing Health Care System
10/19/2006 [-] Games for Health Competition
10/19/2006 [-] Illegal dumping a health hazard Bune
10/19/2006 [-] Health club points at teen
10/19/2006 [-] Public Health Turco, Territory Crucial For Medicine
10/19/2006 [-] Shionogi Shares Jump After Safety of Its Landel Hypertension Drug Affirmed
10/19/2006 [-] Free health checks for tortoises
10/19/2006 [-] All babies given sickle cell test
10/19/2006 [-] What U.S. can learn from Europe on health care
10/19/2006 [-] Health report proves bitter pill to swallow
10/19/2006 [-] Health Promotion Board to help schools offer reduced-sugar drinks
10/19/2006 [-] Health Minister hopes preventive measures will be taken to stop haze in future
10/19/2006 [-] Quality, affordability top healthcare concerns of Singaporeans
10/19/2006 [-] "Healthy" chocolates on menu of Singapore herbal firm
10/19/2006 [-] Maids, day-care hurt Singapore kids' mental health-study
10/19/2006 [-] DuPont Bars Scientists From Examining Employees in Teflon-Chemical Study
10/19/2006 [-] Sun Pharma Says Second-Quarter Profit Increased 26 Percent to 41 Million
10/19/2006 [-] "Unhealthy" haze lingers in Malaysian capital
10/19/2006 [-] LA Health Insurance plan
10/19/2006 [-] NewKerala Health News
10/19/2006 [-] 'Dr. Carolyn's Savvy Nail Kit' Named Best New Product for Personal Care Industry
10/19/2006 [-] 'Back NICE' government is urged
10/19/2006 [-] Government urged to back NICE
10/19/2006 [-] Stem cells as diabetes therapy
10/19/2006 [-] Resistant bug battle stepped up
10/19/2006 [-] Health campus to raise funds for children's ward
10/19/2006 [-] The Best Hope for Alzheimer's Sufferers? Don't Wait for a New Drug........
10/19/2006 [-] Media Advisory Health Insurance Mandate Bad Idea, Experts Say
10/19/2006 [-] Health Brief 10-19-2006
10/19/2006 [-] Continuous Improvement in Hospital Quality of Care
10/19/2006 [-] For a healthy Deepavali
10/19/2006 [-] Troops With Stress Disorders Fit For Duty?
10/19/2006 [-] Pot-Like Compound May Slow Alzheimer's
10/19/2006 [-] Drug-induced labor increases complication risk
10/19/2006 [-] Clinical Trials Update Oct. 19, 2006
10/19/2006 [-] Study Some preschoolers can use Ritalin
10/19/2006 [-] U.S. to get 115 million flu vaccines this year, CDC says
10/19/2006 [-] Step up the superbug battle, CDC tells hospitals
10/19/2006 [-] Achy knees? Kick off your shoes
10/19/2006 [-] Nigeria Jinx of Poor Healthcare in Nigeria
10/19/2006 [-] Health News Novartis Drug Wins Expanded FDA Approval
10/19/2006 [-] Apology Made By Incoming UnitedHealth CEO
10/19/2006 [-] NAMI Keep mental health out of Halloween
10/19/2006 [-] TV Implicated In Rise Of Autism
10/19/2006 [-] Study Some Headphones Safer Than Others
10/19/2006 [-] Healthcare-related outsourcing to drive IT, BPO growth
10/19/2006 [-] Sanko Lifetech Transfers Animal Health Products Business to Novartis Animal Health
10/19/2006 [-] Health System Struggles With Diseases
10/19/2006 [-] Helpful and healthful Austin counselor launches radio show
10/19/2006 [-] Healthwatch For October 19, 2006
10/19/2006 [-] Rite Aid, Jean Coutu Say U.S. Antitrust Regulator Seeks More Information
10/19/2006 [-] For a happy, healthy Deepavali
10/19/2006 [-] 7 Keys to Prostate Cancer Management
10/19/2006 [-] Sask. offers cash incentives to health workers
10/19/2006 [-] TV in bedroom unhealthy
10/19/2006 [-] Partnership for Healthy Mississippi blocked from spending tobacco funds
10/19/2006 [-] State Senate candidate offers series of health-care proposals
10/19/2006 [-] Wal-Mart expands sale of 4 generic drugs to Texas
10/19/2006 [-] Clarendon health department stages mental health forum
10/19/2006 [-] Slower aging on the horizon?
10/19/2006 [-] Bredesen announces eHealth study grant
10/19/2006 [-] Obstacles to Eating Healthy
10/19/2006 [-] UnitedHealth's Earnings Rise 38 Percent on Gain in Health Plan Membership
10/19/2006 [-] Wider HIV testing cuts cost
10/19/2006 [-] Brain`s anti-oxidant defense studied
10/19/2006 [-] U.S. doctors accuse company of influencing drug policy
10/19/2006 [-] Health Roundup Lack of sleep means obesity?
10/19/2006 [-] Eastern Cape gets emergency vehicles boost
10/19/2006 [-] Haartebeespoort faced with water scare
10/19/2006 [-] People overeat because of convenience expert
10/19/2006 [-] Health care advocate dies
10/19/2006 [-] Study shows seafood benefits outweigh mercury risks
10/19/2006 [-] Female MPs Discuss Womens Health in Africa
10/19/2006 [-] Study finds high cancer rates at IBM
10/19/2006 [-] Dirtiest places on Earth also the most unhealthy
10/19/2006 [-] HEALTH Engaging Burma with Funds for HIV, TB, Malaria
10/19/2006 [-] One billion people overweight, 300 million obese worldwide
10/19/2006 [-] The faces of Meth addiction
10/19/2006 [-] Redesign group wraps up work on New Orleans health care overhaul
10/19/2006 [-] Wal-Mart expands $4 generic drug program
10/19/2006 [-] Watch for suicide risk among cancer patients, oncologist advises
10/19/2006 [-] Make HIV mandatory, says doctor
10/19/2006 [-] Baxter's Earnings Triple; Shares Fall as Sales Miss an Analyst's Estimate
10/19/2006 [-] More Nurses Sent To Help Buffalo Storm Victims
10/19/2006 [-] Feds Water Bottlers Can Claim Cavity Protection
10/19/2006 [-] Breast Cancer Drug Should Get New Warning, Panel Says
10/19/2006 [-] As Storm Injuries Mount, Buffalo Gets More Nurses
10/19/2006 [-] 'Healthy banter' costs firms £43 billion
10/19/2006 [-] New Cover Tennessee health plan to penalize obesity, smoking
10/19/2006 [-] Angola Angola, Namibian Health Ministers Meet Today for Border Programmes
10/19/2006 [-] Feds Water Bottlers Can Claim Fluoride Benefits
10/19/2006 [-] Free health checks for tortoises
10/19/2006 [-] More Americans Seeking Surgery Abroad
10/19/2006 [-] Cameroon Health of African Athletes Preoccupies Sports Managers
10/19/2006 [-] Healthier Lifestyle Hurts Provincial Coffers Wingham
10/19/2006 [-] Study finds neck stents present health risk
10/19/2006 [-] Anti-aging supplements don't work study
10/19/2006 [-] Healthcare Professionals Sued, Deny Wrongdoing
10/19/2006 [-] Health benefit of eating fish outweigh risk
10/19/2006 [-] Tories in new drive to help social workers
10/19/2006 [-] UN praises Cambodia for tackling bird flu
10/19/2006 [-] Foreign Experts Help Curb Health Hazards In Sungai Akar Dumpsite
10/19/2006 [-] Health Tip Allergic to Latex?
10/19/2006 [-] British cancer teenager given radiation overdose dies
10/19/2006 [-] Health IT bills stall in Congress
10/19/2006 [-] Radiation overdose patient dies
10/19/2006 [-] UnitedHealth's Earnings Rise 38 Percent on Sales of Health Coverage Plans
10/19/2006 [-] PERA hikes health premiums in San Luis Valley
10/19/2006 [-] Baxter Third-Quarter Profit Triples on Sales of Advate Hemophilia Therapy
10/19/2006 [-] Eli Lilly's Profit Increases 10 Percent as Sales of Cymbalta Almost Double
10/19/2006 [-] Wyeth's Net Income Jumps 33 Percent on Sales of Prevnar Vaccine and Enbrel
10/19/2006 [-] UnitedHealth Third-Quarter Profit Rises as New Products Attract Customers
10/19/2006 [-] SciClone Pharmaceuticals to Report Third Quarter 2006 Results on October 31, 2006
10/19/2006 [-] Protein Polymer Technologies Announces Signing Extended Amendment With Genencor, Inc.
10/19/2006 [-] First Pet Life Announces the Launch of Pet Insurance Program Offering
10/19/2006 [-] Mouse opens road map to healthy eating
10/19/2006 [-] Dad compensated after boy snorts down peanuts
10/19/2006 [-] Dancers strut their stuff for good cause
10/19/2006 [-] Cook announces two women's health advancements
10/19/2006 [-] Review set for Polk health chief
10/19/2006 [-] Singapore's air quality back to unhealthy level
10/19/2006 [-] ACT Health rejects claims of insufficient VMO pay rise
10/19/2006 [-] UnitedHealth Net Income Increases 25 Percent on New Products, Customers
10/19/2006 [-] Health report proves bitter pill to swallow
10/19/2006 [-] Health official sees West Nile leveling out
10/19/2006 [-] JJB plans to double its health club chain
10/19/2006 [-] Balance needs with health-plan options
10/19/2006 [-] Sleep loss in child-obesity link
10/19/2006 [-] EnviroHealth Air Travel Is Killing the Planet
10/19/2006 [-] Health Financing Revisited A Practitioner’s Guide
10/19/2006 [-] Grape seed extract inhibits growth of colorectal tumors in mice.
10/19/2006 [-] 'Unhealthy' haze lingers in Malaysian capital
10/19/2006 [-] Health ministry allocates 100 M to build 10 hospitals
10/19/2006 [-] Stress of family break-up 'brings on early puberty'
10/19/2006 [-] Don't sleep next to your babies, parents warned
10/19/2006 [-] US-based health firm recruitment seminars in Manila, Cebu
10/19/2006 [-] Actelion Third-Quarter Profit Rises 76 Percent on Lung Medicine Tracleer
10/19/2006 [-] Take a Healthy HINT This Halloween Drink Water not Sugar™
10/19/2006 [-] WorldatWork and National Business Group on Health Co-Develop E-Learning Program on HSA Fundamentals
10/19/2006 [-] Most new nurses still job hunting
10/19/2006 [-] Health premiums outstrip pay hikes
10/19/2006 [-] Haze in Singapore back to unhealthy range after respite
10/19/2006 [-] Top 10 Tips To Lose Weight Without Losing Mind
10/19/2006 [-] Recent Tsunami Survivors in West Java Still Lack Reproductive Health Care, Team Finds
10/19/2006 [-] What Works in HIV Prevention Keeping Women and their Children Healthy
10/18/2006 [-] Kennedy's no-show raises fears over health
10/18/2006 [-] British group wants fewer IVF embryos
10/18/2006 [-] Novartis Says Flu Vaccine Cultured in Cells Was Safe, Effective in Tests
10/18/2006 [-] Actelion Third-Quarter Profit Jumps 30 Percent on Tracleer Lung Medicine
10/18/2006 [-] Serono Third-Quarter Profit Climbs 20 Percent on Multiple Sclerosis Drug
10/18/2006 [-] Novartis Third-Quarter Profit Rises 12 Percent on Heart, Cancer Treatments
10/18/2006 [-] Check out the Drew Wellness Center
10/18/2006 [-] It's tough to get rid of facial hair
10/18/2006 [-] A time to walk 'out of the darkness'
10/18/2006 [-] Nurses and health coalition to defend medicare
10/18/2006 [-] Health Sector Gains Boost As Norway, Italy Identify in Substantial Ways
10/18/2006 [-] JORDAN UNRWA health care extends beyond refugee camps
10/18/2006 [-] "Healthy" chocolates on menu of herbal firm Eu Yan Sang
10/18/2006 [-] NEPAL National health programmes reduce child deaths
10/18/2006 [-] GHANA Quality healthcare still a dream
10/18/2006 [-] Abbott urges states to agree on cross-border health authority
10/18/2006 [-] Sun Pharma Gains Tentative U.S. Approval to Sell Generic Ethyol Version
10/18/2006 [-] HEALTH Russia Leads the Most Poisonous Places on Earth
10/18/2006 [-] Chemical Fire Sparks Concern for Baby's Health
10/18/2006 [-] Consumer News Federal health advisory panel issues warning for Tamoxifen
10/18/2006 [-] Disabled Could Get Fewer Wheelchairs With Medicare Cuts
10/18/2006 [-] More mental health help sought as drought bites
10/18/2006 [-] Parties urged to put greater focus on regional health care
10/18/2006 [-] Study Antiaging Hormone A Bust
10/18/2006 [-] Saskatchewan aims to lure nurses with cash
10/18/2006 [-] HEALTH Israel/Lebanon Conflict Leaves Deadly Legacy
10/18/2006 [-] Man. guidelines encourage health food in schools
10/18/2006 [-] UnitedHealth Gets 7.5 Billion Credit Line in Case of Lawsuits Over Debt
10/18/2006 [-] China tightens health checks at construction projects
10/18/2006 [-] Healthy bite earns its bread
10/18/2006 [-] Kennedy's no-show raises fears over health
10/18/2006 [-] Health alert as Scots E coli cases jump by 44% over past year
10/18/2006 [-] 'Healthy' chocolates on menu of Singapore herbal firm
10/18/2006 [-] Group Gives State Medical Board Failing Grade
10/18/2006 [-] Positive emotions linked to lower blood pressure
10/18/2006 [-] Study Virtual colonoscopy as good as other kind
10/18/2006 [-] More than 10 million at risk from pollution
10/18/2006 [-] H5N1 vaccine could protect against new strains
10/18/2006 [-] Endoscopy imaging technology developed
10/18/2006 [-] Is stent less safe in stroke?
10/18/2006 [-] Obesity may be linked to shorter sleeping times
10/18/2006 [-] Official pushes AIDS awareness in Zambia
10/18/2006 [-] National E-Health Policy Underway Obasanjo
10/18/2006 [-] Health Brief 10-18-2006
10/18/2006 [-] Healthwatch For October 18, 2006
10/18/2006 [-] Humana offers free movie to seniors to promote health plan
10/18/2006 [-] Federal doctors fault Eli Lilly for blood infection drug push
10/18/2006 [-] Seafood benefits outweigh risks, experts say
10/18/2006 [-] DHEA no fountain of youth, tests show
10/18/2006 [-] Protein find could be key to treating eye disorder
10/18/2006 [-] 4.2 million children are AIDS orphans in West, Central Africa UN
10/18/2006 [-] Confront nanotech health risks now, experts say
10/18/2006 [-] Winnipeg health authority incurs first ever deficit
10/18/2006 [-] Firms Can Make Fluoridated Water Claim
10/18/2006 [-] Study Anti-Aging Supplements Don't Work
10/18/2006 [-] FDA Is Set To Approve Milk, Meat From Clones
10/18/2006 [-] DHEA Pills Don't Provide Youth, Docs Say
10/18/2006 [-] Healthy Fresno on Mission to Improve 'Health Literacy'
10/18/2006 [-] Genesis Health Clubs launches public charity
10/18/2006 [-] Cancer stem cells resist radiotherapy
10/18/2006 [-] Abbot`s strong Q3 impresses
10/18/2006 [-] Report Missouri health premiums rising faster than earnings
10/18/2006 [-] Allergy drugs no help for kids' chronic ear inflammation
10/18/2006 [-] Website offers breast cancer patients 'a one-stop shop'
10/18/2006 [-] FDA approves liquid form of allergy drug Allegra
10/18/2006 [-] NFL joins fight against child obesity
10/18/2006 [-] Parkinson's Gene Therapy Seems To Work
10/18/2006 [-] US economic signals mixed but still healthy analysts
10/18/2006 [-] American Esoteric extends contract with Memphis health system
10/18/2006 [-] Natural Chemical Found in Strawberries Boosts Memory in Healthy Mice
10/18/2006 [-] In British schools, healthy meals not happy ones
10/18/2006 [-] Health advisory in Singapore still current
10/18/2006 [-] Contingency plans in place if PSI goes beyond unhealthy levels
10/18/2006 [-] Cuba to help PNG with health services, medical training
10/18/2006 [-] Kidney Health In Copenhagen ISN Nexus Symposium
10/18/2006 [-] Seafood safe and healthy to eat
10/18/2006 [-] Clinical Trials News Using Robots to Regain Ground After a Stroke
10/18/2006 [-] WebMD Health
10/18/2006 [-] Food Company Starts Healthy Nutrition Campaign
10/18/2006 [-] HEALTH-PANAMA Industrial Solvent Identified as Cause of 22 Deaths
10/18/2006 [-] Malaysian women sues over false HIV diagnosis report
10/18/2006 [-] Marion Co. Health Dept. Study Shows Nearly 50 Percent of Children Overweight
10/18/2006 [-] Ford in frail health, considers selling Colorado home
10/18/2006 [-] Singapore's air quality turns unhealthy again
10/18/2006 [-] Book defends U.S. health system
10/18/2006 [-] Nigeria National E-Health Policy Underway Obasanjo
10/18/2006 [-] Bird Flu Vaccine May Hit Many Strains
10/18/2006 [-] 700,000 ER Visits Blamed On Drug Errors
10/18/2006 [-] Quality, affordability top healthcare concerns of Singaporeans
10/18/2006 [-] Former president, in frail health, considers selling Colorado home
10/18/2006 [-] Breast-Cancer Therapy May Benefit by First Testing Patients' Gene Makeup
10/18/2006 [-] Teva Chief Executive Israel Makov to Leave, Replaced By Makhteshim's Yanai
10/18/2006 [-] St. Jude Medical's Earnings Fall 31 Percent on Costs. Defibrillator Sales
10/18/2006 [-] Medicaid Asthma Patients to Utilize the ALRT500 Health Management System
10/18/2006 [-] Former President, In Frail Health
10/18/2006 [-] Equality body concerned about health service discrimination
10/18/2006 [-] Cost of obesity epidemic double Australia's health budget
10/18/2006 [-] China tightens health checks at construction projects
10/18/2006 [-] Healthier Disney ends toy deal with McDonalds
10/18/2006 [-] FDA OKs Drug for Head, Neck Cancer
10/18/2006 [-] Breast-Cancer Therapy May Benefit First By Testing Patients' Gene Makeup
10/18/2006 [-] St. Jude's Earnings Fall 31 Percent on Charges, Lower Defibrillator Sales
10/18/2006 [-] Abbott's Third-Quarter Net Increases on Sales of Humira, Vascular Products
10/18/2006 [-] Cardinal Health acquires Care Fusion
10/18/2006 [-] Man. guidelines encourage health food in schools
10/18/2006 [-] Teen's tongue piercing linked to pain, illness
10/18/2006 [-] Study Montana wages not keeping up with rising health costs
10/18/2006 [-] Western U's HIV-AIDS study gets support from Korea
10/18/2006 [-] 31 000 on states anti-retroviral roll out
10/18/2006 [-] Patients may sue over body parts
10/18/2006 [-] Disney will serve, license healthier food
10/18/2006 [-] Speedier recipe is also more healthful red beans and rice
10/18/2006 [-] Health briefs
10/18/2006 [-] Older Women Not Getting Proper Breast Cancer Treatment
10/18/2006 [-] Maids, day-care hurt Singapore kids' mental health
10/18/2006 [-] Bishop Health
10/18/2006 [-] Sex change therapy 'rushed'
10/18/2006 [-] Health Ministry reviews step-down care facilities to prepare for ageing population
10/18/2006 [-] Health Minister hopes preventive measures will be taken to stop haze in future
10/18/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/18/2006 [-] Studies look at wine, meth for strokes
10/18/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/18/2006 [-] Candidate Sodrel discusses immigration and health care
10/18/2006 [-] Study Language barriers pose health risks
10/18/2006 [-] Bharosa Works With Oracle to Secure Financial, eCommerce, Government and Healthcare Applications
10/18/2006 [-] Pet-Togethers Partners With Pets Best Insurance to Increase Pet Health
10/18/2006 [-] Health Information Search Engines Emerge
10/18/2006 [-] Public Health backs down from raising alcohol buying age
10/18/2006 [-] Shahabuddin's health report submitted
10/18/2006 [-] Hospital wait-cut plan 'blocked'
10/18/2006 [-] Sex change therapy 'rushed' claim
10/18/2006 [-] Breast screening 'may harm'
10/18/2006 [-] Breast screening 'may harm some'
10/18/2006 [-] The Times Are Changing, But Is Healthcare Supply Chain Planning Changing With It?
10/18/2006 [-] India reports 107 deaths from mosquito-borne dengue
10/18/2006 [-] How One Mature Health Club Smashes Sales Records After 19 Years in Business
10/18/2006 [-] ColoHealth Releases Guide to Purchasing Health Insurance in Colorado
10/18/2006 [-] A Must For the Health Conscious The TOUCHSTONE, the First Holistic Personal Wellness Tool
10/18/2006 [-] Akzo Nobel Says Schizophrenia Drug Asenapine May Face Delay, Profit Surged
10/18/2006 [-] National Environmental Trust Seafood Study Fails to Address Public Health, Environmental, Economic Concerns
10/18/2006 [-] Health of SE Qld waterways still poor report
10/18/2006 [-] HIV patients can have healthy children study
10/18/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/18/2006 [-] Haze hits unhealthy level in Malaysian capital
10/18/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/18/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/18/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/18/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/18/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/18/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/18/2006 [-] Cuba to help PNG with health services, medical training
10/18/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/18/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/18/2006 [-] It's not necessarily healthful just because the label says it is
10/18/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/18/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/18/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/18/2006 [-] US stresses health benefits of seafood
10/18/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/18/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/18/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/18/2006 [-] Cost of obesity epidemic double Australia's health budget
10/18/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/18/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/18/2006 [-] Mom Convicted When Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing
10/18/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/18/2006 [-] Cognex, Healthways, Level 3, Motorola, S1, Staples U.S. Equity Preview
10/17/2006 [-] For Respiratory Health, Prevention And Testing Early Are Key
10/17/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/17/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/17/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/17/2006 [-] Teen Nearly Dies From Piercing; Mom Convicted
10/17/2006 [-] Synthes Third-Quarter Sales Rise 16 Percent, Helped by Fracture Treatments
10/17/2006 [-] Glenmark Shares Surge on Sale of Diabetes Drug License to Germany's Merck
10/17/2006 [-] Akzo Nobel Says Profit Surges, Key Schizophrenia Drug May Suffer Delay
10/17/2006 [-] Pfizer Lifts Profit by Reviving Celebrex Sales With Price Rise, Marketing
10/17/2006 [-] Tongue piercing led to rare disorder
10/17/2006 [-] HK leader under fire for doing 'too little, too late' on pollution
10/17/2006 [-] Maureen's Medical Moment Health risks from fish
10/17/2006 [-] County prioritizes police, health, youth
10/17/2006 [-] Viraemia lends new virulence to dengue
10/17/2006 [-] Moon Health specials for Acupunture at Lowry
10/17/2006 [-] GAO U.S. pays insurers' health care tab
10/17/2006 [-] Genes linked to family facial expressions
10/17/2006 [-] Study says caffeine abuse can be serious
10/17/2006 [-] Health insurance costs force employers, workers to adjust
10/17/2006 [-] Omega-3, junk food and the link between violence and what we eat
10/17/2006 [-] Health News Vaccine therapies slow progression of prion
10/17/2006 [-] Geriatrics Lags in Age of High-Tech Medicine
10/17/2006 [-] Autism Discovery
10/17/2006 [-] enGene, Inc. Introduces New GEMS'TM' Non-Viral Gene Delivery Technology and Initiates Series A Financing
10/17/2006 [-] Evidence-Based Medical Review Determinations
10/17/2006 [-] DuPont to Study Chemical's Health Impact
10/17/2006 [-] Australia's CSL Reaffirms Forecast for 20 Percent Increase in 2007 Profit
10/17/2006 [-] Chinese health official admits AIDS epidemic
10/17/2006 [-] GAO U.S. Pays Insurers' Health Care Tab
10/17/2006 [-] DuPont to study chemical's health impact
10/17/2006 [-] Report finds obesity a financial burden on Australia's health system
10/17/2006 [-] F.D.A. Approves Merck's Diabetes Medicine
10/17/2006 [-] Uganda AAR Surpasses Health
10/17/2006 [-] American Esoteric extends contract with Memphis health system
10/17/2006 [-] DuPont to Study Chemical's Health Impact
10/17/2006 [-] Healthy Employees Benefit Employers
10/17/2006 [-] Teen's tongue piercing linked to extreme facial pain
10/17/2006 [-] Study Abortion doesn't boost breast cancer risk
10/17/2006 [-] Urban health centres in poor state
10/17/2006 [-] Vitamin D may curb progression of breast cancer study
10/17/2006 [-] Team Tracks Genetic Origins Of Eye Cancer
10/17/2006 [-] Parkinson's therapy trial success
10/17/2006 [-] Benefits of fish 'outweigh risks'
10/17/2006 [-] Clue to fatal child heart disease
10/17/2006 [-] Vitamin D May Slow Breast Cancer
10/17/2006 [-] Study Your Medicine May Be Doing You Harm
10/17/2006 [-] Healthwatch For October 17, 2006
10/17/2006 [-] In British schools, healthy meals not happy ones
10/17/2006 [-] Doctors may be able to hear cancer's spread
10/17/2006 [-] Obesity Boosts Complications From Sleep Apnea Surgery
10/17/2006 [-] Report Benefits of Fish Outweigh Risks
10/17/2006 [-] Kenya Health Centre Ordered to Take Back Its 'Grabbed' Land
10/17/2006 [-] Love Hurts Overcoming Emotional Hurts with Meditation
10/17/2006 [-] Berghaus launches Big Wall progressive climbing collection
10/17/2006 [-] Cuba to help PNG with health services, medical training
10/17/2006 [-] DuPont Says 50-Year Study of Teflon Chemical Shows No Human Health Effects
10/17/2006 [-] Racing health group proposes focus on breeding
10/17/2006 [-] For healthy heart, eat more seafood
10/17/2006 [-] DuPont says study finds no human health effects from PFOA
10/17/2006 [-] Uganda Govt Health Scheme Not Welcome
10/17/2006 [-] City Administration Privileging Health in Land Allocation
10/17/2006 [-] Diabetes Drug
10/17/2006 [-] Hormone Creams May Trigger Puberty
10/17/2006 [-] FDA Move on Cloned Food Alarms Groups
10/17/2006 [-] Teen's Tongue Piercing Linked to Pain
10/17/2006 [-] 5,000 Health Workers to Be Employed
10/17/2006 [-] Doctors act on negative reports in medical journals
10/17/2006 [-] Tamiflu stockpiled amidst bird flu fears, report shows
10/17/2006 [-] KTC launches new healthcare cards
10/17/2006 [-] Survey Disparity in Ohio's health premiums, wages is wider than U.S.
10/17/2006 [-] Hair May Help Reveal Eating Disorders
10/17/2006 [-] Ex-FDA Chief Pleads Guilty
10/17/2006 [-] Rural health mission to be implemented in Kota division
10/17/2006 [-] Study Seafood safe and healthy to eat
10/17/2006 [-] Human species 'may split in two'
10/17/2006 [-] Listening To The Sound Of Skin Cancer
10/17/2006 [-] 5 Ways to Help Prevent Cardiovascular Disease
10/17/2006 [-] Lung disease hits 25% of long-term smokers
10/17/2006 [-] Australia as ready as it can be for bird flu outbreak minister
10/17/2006 [-] EC Health Department Takes Over Largest HIV Rural Programme
10/17/2006 [-] More Dengue Fever Cases Reported In India
10/17/2006 [-] Massive Epidural Paralyzes New Mother
10/17/2006 [-] Mental health grant for juvenile hall
10/17/2006 [-] Clinical Trials Update Oct. 17, 2006
10/17/2006 [-] Special chip provides better picture of salmon health
10/17/2006 [-] Fitch keeps close tabs on UnitedHealth
10/17/2006 [-] Kenya reports first polio case in 22 years
10/17/2006 [-] Seafood benefits outweigh potential risks study
10/17/2006 [-] IOL Health
10/17/2006 [-] Eating Fish Worth The Risk, Report Says
10/17/2006 [-] A million Canadians dissatisfied with jobs, many depressed studies
10/17/2006 [-] OccuLogix to Release Q3-06 Financial Results on November 1-Conference Call to Follow
10/17/2006 [-] MedSpas Partners With Solana MedSpas to Launch Chain of Boutique Medical Spas
10/17/2006 [-] Report Says Benefits Of Fish Outweigh Risks
10/17/2006 [-] Blair on offensive over NHS
10/17/2006 [-] Health Tip If You've Missed Your Period
10/17/2006 [-] Survey Ohio health costs rise faster than wages
10/17/2006 [-] HEALTH High Heels Raise Pain Levels
10/17/2006 [-] HEALTH High Heels Raise Pain Levels, Other Problems
10/17/2006 [-] Rising Population More Medical Challenges
10/17/2006 [-] Namibia Health Fraud Case Postponed
10/17/2006 [-] More than 1M dissatisfied with jobs, studies show
10/17/2006 [-] Delegation of Chinese Ministry of Public Health Here
10/17/2006 [-] Lilly to Acquire ICOS, Partner in Impotence Drug Cialis, for 2.1 Billion
10/17/2006 [-] Merck Wins U.S. Approval for Januvia, First of a New Kind of Diabetes Drug
10/17/2006 [-] Forest's Net Rises 18 Percent on Sales of Antidepressant, Alzheimer's Drug
10/17/2006 [-] Johnson & Johnson's 3rd-Quarter Net Rises as Sales of Drugs, Devices Climb
10/17/2006 [-] Extreme TB needs state action Mseleku
10/17/2006 [-] HEALTH LINES
10/17/2006 [-] Merck Diabetes Drug Wins Federal OK
10/17/2006 [-] Disney promotes healthier meals
10/17/2006 [-] Iran bans smoking in public places
10/17/2006 [-] 'Hidden' fats removed from foods
10/17/2006 [-] Arthritis plagues U.S. adults
10/17/2006 [-] Pfizer's Basic Lipitor Patent Is Upheld by Austria; Ranbaxy Can Appeal
10/17/2006 [-] UnitedHealth's McGuire May Face Charges in Backdate Probe, Attorneys Say
10/17/2006 [-] 'Exhausted' Turkish PM faints, is hospitalised
10/17/2006 [-] Progressive BioActives Inc. nourishes healthy growth
10/17/2006 [-] Antisoma to present at BIO InvestorForum on October 18
10/17/2006 [-] The all new and healthier Walt Disney Co. theme parks
10/17/2006 [-] Departure of UnitedHealth CEO fails to shake company's stock price
10/17/2006 [-] Disney introduces healthier food for children
10/17/2006 [-] '25% of smokers' get lung disease
10/17/2006 [-] Young and healthy? You need disability insurance
10/17/2006 [-] Discovery building declared safe
10/17/2006 [-] Australia to Place 15 Percent Cap on Health Insurer's Medibank Share Sale
10/17/2006 [-] Departure of UnitedHealth CEO doesn't hurt stock
10/17/2006 [-] Man lost at fair is found healthy
10/17/2006 [-] Test your knowledge of heart-healthy eating
10/17/2006 [-] Disabled girl left in ethical limbo by parents' split
10/17/2006 [-] Philippines, Bahrain negotiate export of health workers
10/17/2006 [-] EnviroHealth November's Most Crucial Enviro Elections
10/17/2006 [-] Apax May Sell Sweden's Moelnlycke Health Care in IPO, People Familiar Say
10/17/2006 [-] Proxenol Supplements Compares to New Proxacine from Think Healthy
10/17/2006 [-] Sims' '07 budget proposal trims child-health project
10/17/2006 [-] Mickey Mouse doesn't want fries with that; Disney plans healthier food
10/16/2006 [-] Competition is good for health care
10/16/2006 [-] Healthy Polamalu presenting big problems
10/16/2006 [-] USAID Launches 11.5 Million Child Health Program in FATA
10/16/2006 [-] Mental health NGOs given 2m boost
10/16/2006 [-] Lawyer Ex-FDA Head To Plead Guilty In Stock Case
10/16/2006 [-] Ex-FDA Head To Plead Guilty In Stock Case
10/16/2006 [-] Disney will serve, license healthier food for kids
10/16/2006 [-] Roche Third-Quarter Sales Rise 19 Percent on Demand for Tamiflu Flu Drug
10/16/2006 [-] Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System Rated #1 in SC
10/16/2006 [-] Be wary of foods' health claims
10/16/2006 [-] Looking good Bounce or no bounce?
10/16/2006 [-] A lifetime of running
10/16/2006 [-] Don't bean the batter!
10/16/2006 [-] Exercise can aid your agility
10/16/2006 [-] Fitness In a flash Get on the ball
10/16/2006 [-] Study Finds U.S. Hospital Outcomes Vary Widely
10/16/2006 [-] Broken Mirrors A Theory of Autism
10/16/2006 [-] Portable 'lab on a chip' could speed blood tests
10/16/2006 [-] MIT technique reveals inner lives of red blood cells
10/16/2006 [-] Departure of UnitedHealth's CEO was expected
10/16/2006 [-] Unhealthy lifestyles a billion-dollar problem at GM
10/16/2006 [-] Area hospitals receive top ratings
10/16/2006 [-] Scientists Peptide speeds up metabolism
10/16/2006 [-] Antibiotic May Aid Irritable Bowel
10/16/2006 [-] Huayuan Worldbest Fined, Five Executives Fired for Defective Antibiotic
10/16/2006 [-] Bird Flu Kills Third Person in Indonesia in Less Than a Week, Agency Says
10/16/2006 [-] Study links hair to eating disorders
10/16/2006 [-] Top Health Stories For Monday, October 16, 2006
10/16/2006 [-] Chemical campaigns misleading
10/16/2006 [-] Health body offers rehab service assurances
10/16/2006 [-] Winnipeg health inspectors closed 16 restaurants in past year
10/16/2006 [-] Family Heirloom Facial Expressions
10/16/2006 [-] Flu shots delayed for children
10/16/2006 [-] Facial expressions 'hereditary'
10/16/2006 [-] New inhalers help asthma sufferers breathe easier
10/16/2006 [-] Many STD patients reinfected within months
10/16/2006 [-] Options Backdating Claims UnitedHealth CEO
10/16/2006 [-] Health ministry issues guidelines on rabies treatment
10/16/2006 [-] YWCA Offers Healthy Encore for Cancer Survivors
10/16/2006 [-] Warning over global bird flu plan
10/16/2006 [-] Baptist Health rated tops in orthopedic, vascular surgery
10/16/2006 [-] Medicare HMOs, PPOs driving down the price of health care for seniors
10/16/2006 [-] '1 in 4 smokers' get lung disease
10/16/2006 [-] Scientists find Ebola, Marburg virus key
10/16/2006 [-] Mutated gene raises autism risk, study finds
10/16/2006 [-] Kids' Flu Vaccine Is Being Delayed
10/16/2006 [-] Computerized system helps respiratory patients
10/16/2006 [-] China sets up military brigade for public health emergency response
10/16/2006 [-] Sleep disorders can lead to health problems
10/16/2006 [-] Holiday Outlook Healthy for Gadgets
10/16/2006 [-] Mukono Links Up to U.S. Health Technology
10/16/2006 [-] Analysts Say UnitedHealth Moves Were Expected
10/16/2006 [-] Quebecers champion private health care according to a Leger Marketing/Montreal Economic Institute poll
10/16/2006 [-] Dance your way to great health
10/16/2006 [-] Fake Diabetes Test Strips Found, FDA Says
10/16/2006 [-] Study finds caffeine abuse among young Americans
10/16/2006 [-] Quality gap between best and worst hospitals grows
10/16/2006 [-] Berkeley center to study tumor genomics
10/16/2006 [-] Preschoolers` ADHD treatment studied
10/16/2006 [-] Contaminated blood escapes surveillance
10/16/2006 [-] Shake-up in the leukemia market
10/16/2006 [-] Vaccine lags, so does bird flu
10/16/2006 [-] Fake Diabetes Test Strips Found, FDA Says
10/16/2006 [-] Health News Single Gene Mutation Doubles Autism Risk
10/16/2006 [-] Put 'ICE' On Your Cell Phone
10/16/2006 [-] Disney to serve, license healthier food for kids
10/16/2006 [-] Central Health scrambles to fill top posts
10/16/2006 [-] In-womb birth defect treatments possible
10/16/2006 [-] Disney will serve, license healthier food for kids
10/16/2006 [-] Surgery Might Be Risky for People With High Blood Sugar
10/16/2006 [-] As UnitedHealth CEO Steps Down, Options Scandal Will Go On
10/16/2006 [-] Today From Barron's Staying Healthy
10/16/2006 [-] Did you know that the EPA tests pesticides on KIDS and pregnant women??
10/16/2006 [-] 'Happiest Place On Earth' To Be Healthier, Hipper
10/16/2006 [-] Disney To Offer Healthier Food, Hipper Clothes
10/16/2006 [-] Chemical lobby 'misleading'
10/16/2006 [-] Crawford, Former Head of U.S. Drug Regulator, Faces Stock Conflict Charges
10/16/2006 [-] New Disney policy for healthier food
10/16/2006 [-] Disney plans healthier food for kids
10/16/2006 [-] Disney To Serve Healthier Food For Kids
10/16/2006 [-] Warning issued for fake diabetic blood test strips
10/16/2006 [-] Mental Health Law Allowed Gun Buys
10/16/2006 [-] Disney making its theme park food healthier
10/16/2006 [-] Mayo Clinic Studies Safer Pesticides
10/16/2006 [-] Disney to Serve Healthier Food at Parks
10/16/2006 [-] Uproar over German plan to penalize untested cancer patients
10/16/2006 [-] Teva Says U.S. Court Dismisses Purdue Pharma Lawsuit Over OxyContin Patent
10/16/2006 [-] Boston Scientific Wins European Approval to Sell Version of Abbott Stent
10/16/2006 [-] Johnson & Johnson Wins U.S. District Court Ruling Over Generic Risperdal
10/16/2006 [-] Breast reconstruction not as safe for obese women
10/16/2006 [-] UnitedHealth CEO to step down
10/16/2006 [-] AIDS activist who had baboon marrow transplant dies
10/16/2006 [-] Quebec consumer group lauches herbal guide
10/16/2006 [-] IKEA's finally here
10/16/2006 [-] How to wear those difficult trends...
10/16/2006 [-] How Dragon's Den star overcame her fears
10/16/2006 [-] Lily Allen's got plenty to smile about
10/16/2006 [-] UnitedHealth CEO to Exit Amid Shake-Up
10/16/2006 [-] Hospital Makes Another Painkiller Mistake
10/16/2006 [-] Streamline bedtime How to get past your kids' delay tactics
10/16/2006 [-] Manto to be discharged hortly
10/16/2006 [-] Campaigners urge African leaders to set example in AIDS fight
10/16/2006 [-] Doctor pleads guilty to unnecessary surgery
10/16/2006 [-] Candidates to discuss health care today at forum
10/16/2006 [-] Fermented milk 'cuts allergies'
10/16/2006 [-] NHS cancels 620 ops a day, MP says
10/16/2006 [-] HEALTH World Looks at a Mexican Revolution
10/16/2006 [-] Mental Health Package Regrettably Undervalues The Role Of The GP, Australian Medical Association
10/16/2006 [-] UnitedHealth Group CEO resigns amidst stock-options investigation
10/16/2006 [-] Rising number of dengue cases reported in Karachi
10/16/2006 [-] Mukono Links Up to U.S. Health Technology
10/16/2006 [-] Unauthorized intravenous health products pose serious health hazards, Health Canada warns
10/16/2006 [-] Relief Makes Fear Fun, Researcher Says
10/16/2006 [-] Freddie Mac Hires Health Net's Anthony Piszel as Chief Financial Officer
10/16/2006 [-] Fitch rates Adventist Health System bonds A+
10/16/2006 [-] Contingency plans in place if PSI goes beyond unhealthy levels
10/16/2006 [-] Health warning over MP3 players
10/16/2006 [-] Health Canada sets new clinical drug trial rules
10/16/2006 [-] Indonesian woman dies of H5N1 strain of bird flu
10/16/2006 [-] Singapore's Air Quality Reaches Unhealthy Level From Borneo, Sumatra Fires
10/16/2006 [-] Mental health advocates say illegal group homes on the rise
10/16/2006 [-] How to Remove ANY Ink Stain
10/16/2006 [-] Stems cells 'slow nerve disease'
10/16/2006 [-] World News Shake-up at top of UnitedHealth Group
10/16/2006 [-] General News Shake-Up at Top of UnitedHealth Group
10/16/2006 [-] Health News How Blindfolded People Can 'See'
10/16/2006 [-] Long-Term Relief From Allergies?
10/16/2006 [-] Decaf Coffee Isn't Caffeine-Free
10/16/2006 [-] Farrah Fawcett's Fight Vs. Cancer
10/16/2006 [-] Kids Survive Cancer, Still Face Problems
10/16/2006 [-] FDA OKs Drug For Advanced Lung Cancer
10/16/2006 [-] Gerald Ford Hospitalized
10/16/2006 [-] Study 'Self-Regulation' Keeps Weight Off
10/16/2006 [-] Arthritis On The Rise Who's At Risk?
10/16/2006 [-] Supercomputers Tackle Cancer
10/16/2006 [-] Feds Close In On Source Of E. Coli Strain
10/16/2006 [-] Postpartum Depression Preventable?
10/16/2006 [-] Bigger Head, Smarter Baby?
10/16/2006 [-] Government To Fund Umbilical Cord Banks
10/16/2006 [-] Health News CBSnews.com
10/16/2006 [-] Patients rejecting hospital food
10/16/2006 [-] Experts teachers' psychological health must be looked after
10/16/2006 [-] Burnt boy faces uncertain future
10/16/2006 [-] Stock options probe leads UnitedHealth CEO to resign
10/16/2006 [-] US gives Zambia 149 million dollars to fight AIDS
10/16/2006 [-] McGuire is out at UnitedHealth
10/16/2006 [-] Goal of soil research is to keep athletes healthy
10/16/2006 [-] Education Notebook Students focus on health fair
10/16/2006 [-] Health savings accounts have tax benefits for retirees
10/16/2006 [-] UnitedHealth CEO forced to step down
10/16/2006 [-] Health advisory in Singapore still current
10/16/2006 [-] Shake Up at Top of UnitedHealth Group
10/16/2006 [-] Businesses shift health care burden
10/16/2006 [-] Briefs CEO quitting health insurer under cloud
10/16/2006 [-] 1 billion to buy drugs for health sector
10/16/2006 [-] Options scandal claims leader of UnitedHealth
10/16/2006 [-] Holmes Regional's expanded ER opens in Melbourne
10/16/2006 [-] Ivory Coast Health Ministry says toll from toxic waste dumping scandal rises to 10
10/16/2006 [-] Indonesian fires cause flight cancellations, health warnings
10/16/2006 [-] UnitedHealth in Shake-Up Over Options
10/16/2006 [-] UnitedHealth CEO McGuire to step down; report finds 'likely' backdating of options
10/16/2006 [-] UnitedHealth chief steps down
10/16/2006 [-] Christchurch GPs prescribe affordable health
10/16/2006 [-] New health strategy puts fresh food in inner cities
10/16/2006 [-] Macao health authorities to provide 50,000 free flu shots
10/16/2006 [-] Outrage after police use disabled bay
10/16/2006 [-] Government aims to end grant fraud


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