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Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Red Cross Bids to Be Leaner, More Efficient
Some Evidence Shows Chinese Herbal Medicine Helps Angina Patients
New Study Warns Against Linking Ethnic Identity To Breast Cancer Genes
UCLA Researchers Identify Race-based Discrimination as a Critical
Contributor to Health Disparities in African Americans

A Child with Cancer, and Difficult Choices
Exercise May Protect Eyesight
Mediterranean Diet, Alzheimer Disease, and Vascular Mediation
Report warns of disastrous consequences of delaying climate change action
Fertile? Cell phone rings when it's baby time

Monday, October 30, 2006

KFC phasing out most trans fats
Media Consolidation Means Less Diversity
Web health info seekers tend not to check sources
Radical preacher launches appeal
Caffeine-stoked energy drinks wire a generation
Milk thistle may help diabetics
Natural Remedies
Stakes high as Supreme Court hears punitive damages case
Computer Chips Help Rewire Muscle Controls
Blow me over, it was Positive People Day!

Sunday, October 29, 2006

New ethics rules perturb NIH staff
87% Increase In Hip And Knee Replacements In Canada
Vitamin C May Aid In COPD/Pneumonia Prognosis
Dietary supplements can cause harmful reactions with prescription medicine
Harvard doc’s study say flowers brighten moods, as well as rooms
Treatment For Mercury And Lead Toxicity In Ground Zero Rescue And
Recovery Workers And Lower Manhattan Residents

NYC considering ban on trans fat
Heights teen recovering from stroke
Psychiatry’s Fuhrer Tactics Take Mental Health Screening to New Level
of Mind Control

Some say Raleigh's rules are too picky, intrusive
No tip for park job at Four Seasons

Saturday, October 28, 2006

Pharmaceutical Industry Has Contributed Millions Of Dollars To Republicans
Congressional Campaigns In Close Races
Influenza vaccination: policy versus evidence
Study Probes Ritalin For Tots As Use Soars
Moderate Drinking May Boost Memory, Study Suggests
Heavy, Chronic Drinking Can Cause Significant Hippocampal Tissue Loss
Disney's Healthy Food Marketing Plan a Fantasia?
Roche's Cancer Front Group Flounders
France, the United States and Japan slip further, Mauritania and Haiti gain
much ground

Global warming threat to growth
Delayed nausea after chemo lowers quality of life
Diabetes in Middle Age = More Problems
Toxic gas sickens 7 at chemical facility
EPA rebuts Durham on lead test
Saying they're stressed out, kids petition for more recess time

Friday, October 27, 2006

Pollinators key to one third of global crop production
Do Cell Phones Affect Sperm Quality?
Europeans Get Fish Oil After Heart Attacks
Global Warming and Your Health
Government rejects thimerosal restrictions
Breast milk linked to better mental health
Alberta whistleblower faces $10M lawsuit from gaming company
Cowboys coach, wife sue eatery after finding rat in salad

Thursday, October 26, 2006

Curry may keep elderly minds sharp
Popular antidepressant linked to overdoses
Researcher Explores Psychological Well-being And Physical Health, Wins
Seligman Award

Morinaga Milk Announces Research Results Of Lactoferrin On Peridontal
Disease

Scientists find key to immune system’s ability to remember
Staying lean may help body reject cancer cells
Paying too much for gas? Try losing weight
Report faults agency overseeing nation's organ transplants
Police say drug evidence has been tampered with

Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Food From Cloned Animals Could Hit Supermarket Shelves
How Much Influence Do Medical Publications Have On Your Doctor?
A Great Deal, Says New SLU Research

Doctors warned over pain drug use

Monday, October 23, 2006

Newest drugs not always the best
Study: Vegetables may keep brains young

Sunday, October 22, 2006

Scientists tracking health of 9/11 search dogs
The cost of obesity in the US
Children Exposed to Pesticides in U.S. Daycare Centers
Fumes from Canton textile plant force home and school evacuations
Dangerous Dining

Saturday, October 21, 2006

Study to find whether Chinese plant can help Alzheimer's patients
UBC Researchers Find Food-free Route to Obesity
Tainted medicine kills 27 in Panama
Women’s Math Performance Affected by Theories on Sex Differences:
UBC Researchers

Boutique medicine: When wealth buys health

Friday, October 20, 2006

NHS watchdog rejects cancer drug
Pink Ribbons Mean Healthy Sales
Placebo's power goes beyond the mind
Stuck on meds: Some can't quit antidepressants
Survey: Most inmates show mental symptoms
Anesthesia cited in girl's death; dentist threatened
State’s health insurance costs soaring
Mexico's health care on a pedestal
Step up the superbug battle, CDC tells hospitals
Wal-Mart, Sam's Club And Theraflu(R) Host Largest U.S. Nationwide Flu
Vaccination Event During Last Two Weekends Of October

Blindingly white: Teeth bleaching gone too far
More Americans Seeking Surgery Abroad

Thursday, October 19, 2006

Some media savvy teens may be less likely to smoke
Statement on R.J. Reynold's Agreement to Stop the Sale of Candy-
flavored Cigarettes

Ex-FDA chief to plead guilty in conflict case
It's not necessarily healthful just because the label says it is
Common Substances in Hospitals Can Cause Asthma, New Report Shows
Declining Bee Population Threatens Major Growers
Herbicides can alter crop proteomes
Job at PC plant may raise risk of cancer death
NIH: Company influenced sepsis treatment
Are Drugs Being Misused On Foster Kids?
Skin Whiteners may Contain Mercury
Cuts in Medicare hurt wheelchair users
More Americans Seeking Surgery Abroad
Wine bottles to get health danger labels
Uproar over German plan to penalize untested cancer patients
NIEHS Allocates $74 Million to Study Environmental Causes of Disease
Kids' snack food modeled after state law
Stars Urged to Rethink "Bud.TV"
Sweet discovery
New health strategy puts fresh food in inner cities
Fun with funeral directors

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Drug Ads Debate Heats Up in Europe and New Zealand
FDA Is Set To Approve Milk, Meat From Clones
Drug Reactions Send 700,000 Yearly to ER
Groups urge FCC to continue investigation into corporate propaganda
Food Allergies Could Be Fought With Friendly Bacteria In Alcoholic
Milkshake

Doctors may be able to hear cancer's spread
More Women Select Universal Health Coverage As Their Most Desired
Health Advance

Fatty Fish Consumption Associated with Decreased Risk of Renal Cancer in
Women

7 plead guilty in corpse plundering scam

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Ex-FDA chief to plead guilty
School Uniformity
Stroke symptoms common among undiagnosed patients
A New Milk Choice — Kinda Organic
Denmark an Example After Transfat Ban
Thai Shop Owners Protest Megastores
UC Follows (and Questions) the Tobacco Money
Americans piled up Tamiflu on bird flu fear
U.S. Military to resume mandatory anthrax inoculations
Americans Living Longer Than Ever
Proposal takes wind from farmers’ sales
Advocacy group asks FDA to launch criminal investigation of
breast implant maker for withholding safety data

Stems cells 'slow nerve disease'
DuPont Introduces Biosecurity Kits For Businesses Seeking Assistance
With Disease Preparedness

Bayer Appoints Independent Investigator To Review Trasylol(R)
Study Issues

Required TV program in schools encourages poor lifestyle choices
Low-Cal Drinks Help Teens Trim Down
Body image key to healthy habits
New Research To Cut Animal Testing, UK
Hospital Makes Another Painkiller Mistake
Family Heirloom: Facial Expressions
How Do Vitamins Maintain Health?

Monday, October 16, 2006

Charges Against Former FDA Chief
Safety and Efficacy of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for the Treatment
of Interstitial Cystitis: A Randomized, Sham Controlled, Double-Blind
Trial

Commonplace Sugar Compound Silences Seizures
Mapping epidemics with satellites
Safe Sunning Ensured With the Help of Satellites
Momentum Builds In Senate For Legislation That Would Broaden U.S.
Residents' Ability To Purchase Prescription Drugs From Abroad

Preschoolers with ADHD Improve with Low Doses of Medication
Little Benefit From Antipsychotics In Alzheimer's
Elderly Hospital Patients Suffer Malnutrition
Adolescent but not Adult Hamsters are more Aggressive on Low Dose
of Fluoxetine, hinting at Reasons for Toubling Teenage Responses
to Common Anti-depressant Drug

F.D.A. And Drug Makers Could Run Tighter Ship
Blacks, Whites Differ on End-of-Life Treatment, Small Study Finds
Aboriginal Help For Mental Health
Nutritional Assessment Of Surgery Patients
Diet May Inspire New Epilepsy Drugs
International conference on converging sciences
Shirts repel mosquitos, if you have the scratch
Pet-Cloning Business Closes Its Doors

Sunday, October 15, 2006

New lab built for NIH vibrates
Anatomy of a Surgical Dilema
Teen Skips Chemo, Feels 'Wonderful'

Friday, October 13, 2006

Key data 'missing'in drug trial
China saddled with rich and poor diseases
Study: Put a price tag on environmental services
Juice prices to rise on grocery shelves
Flu shots' benefit varies among elderly
Creating a stink in the name of science
J&J campaigns for coverage of obesity surgery

Thursday, October 12, 2006

Politics at the FDA
$20,000 Vaccine Offer Increased to $75,000
Fraud, misconduct at EPA water quality analysis labs has 'put all of us at
risk'
Drugs Slip Past FDA, Sell Unapproved by the Millions
New Nationwide Study Will Evaluate Effect of Antioxidants and Fish Oil on
Progression of Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)

Enzyme important for DNA repair
Whole grains cut diabetes risk for black women

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Call to widen drugs information in Europe
Dairies Make First Big Mooove Away from Bovine Growth Hormone
Why health researchers mistakenly think one disease causes another
WSU Researcher Shows Your Spouse’s Personality May be Hazardous to
Your Health

Key link discovered in dementia, ALS
Omega-3 fatty acids may slow very early Alzheimer's
Study reveals mechanism for cancer-drug resistance
Study: Earlier crop plantings may curb future yields
ICU Rooms Help Spread Resistant Infections
For some men, the game pre-empts the ER
Get Wise to Subliminal Messages in Cigarette Ads: Teens Would Be Half
As Likely To Smoke

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Polutants Affect Women's Thyroids
Congress urged to act on FDA safety reforms
Mad Cow: Infectious Prions In Saliva And Blood Of CWD Deer
Older Adults Should Be Prescribed Exercise For Better Health
Despite Higher Spending, Lower Quality of U.S, Healthcare Than Other
Countries, U.S. Still Leader in Medical Innovations, Opinion Piece Says

Cochrane reviews compared with industry-supported meta-analysis

Monday, October 9, 2006

TV Food Ads Target Toddlers' Loyalty
Accuracy of Report on Video News Releases Affirmed
Schizophrenia term use 'invalid'
Center for Science in the Public Interest Weighs in on Aspartame
ID card scheme cost put at £5.4bn
Study Links Cola to Bone Loss in Women
North-south health divide remains


October 8, 2006

Many Can't Interpret Food Labels
Health Tip: Who Should Get the Flu Shot?
Prison Plan 'Not Risk to Public'
Hidden Conflicts of JAMA Authors Exposed
FDA Fails to Protect Americans from Dangerous Drugs and Unsafe Foods
Exercise Alone Won’t Prevent Childhood Obesity
Survey: California Students Experimenting with Prescription Drugs
Williams Syndrome, The Brain and Music
Promising Antiobesity Drug Fails to Produce Clinically Meaningful Weight
Loss

Scientists Reveal Eating Junk Food During Pregnancy Could Up Obesity Risk
Company Makes Millions Selling the Moon

October 7, 2006

"Chemo Brain" No Figment of Imagination, Scientists Find
Dr. Mercola Weighs in On Vaccines
Guidelines No Subsitute for Legislation to Get Junk Food Out of Schools
FDA Warning of Iboprofen and Aspirin Taken Together.
Nutrition Journal Hid Contributors' Ties to Food Industry

October 6, 2006

Government joins fight against trans fat
Vaccine May Eliminate E. Coli in Cattle
Universal HIV Testing
Should the FDA do More to Identify Unsafe Drugs?

October 4, 2006

The Fruitition Project
Many Children Don't Get Annual Flu Shot
Twin Genes Do Battle Over Multiple Sclerosis
Big Business Sounds the Alarm for Global Warming

October 3, 2006

Food May Be Like a Drug For Some, Study Shows

October 2, 2006

Big Tobacco, Biotech and Energy Companies Look to Justices for Help
Patent disbutes for medications, among other things

Soy Bean Crayons, Corn Foam Highlight AG Class
Alternate Energy a Paying Proposition
Climate: A Stitch in Time - Views
Las, Vegas, Henderson and Reno Among Cities with Programs to Reduce
Harmful Emissions - Editorial

October 1, 2006

Shopoholics Have Real Sickness
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Genetically Engineered Rice Contaminates Food Supply
Hospital Emergency Rooms are Becoming Overcrowded
US Fast Food Chains Sued Over Carcinogenic Chickens

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