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FEBRUARY, 2007

Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Bird flu vaccine linked to 18 teenage suicides in Japan
Walter Reed patients told to keep quiet
Why dinner today is a 14 -minute affair
Prince Charles suggests McDonald's ban
McDonald's unhappy with Britain's Prince Charles' "ban" idea
Low-Fat Dairy Foods May Boost Infertility Risk
Suit: Med society controls licensing board
NYC pledges review of its health inspectors after rats captured on video at fast-
food joint
Why Was a Bird Flu Vaccine That Works LESS Than Half of the Time
Approved?
Gutsy teen has a message
Anti-inflammatories use associated with heart attacks, strokes
Student With Lyme Disease Claims Discrimination

Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Marjuana More Ideal for ADD than Ritalin?
After This Fiasco, How Can We Trust Anything They Told Us About 9/11?

FDA Inspections Down Amid Food Recalls
One billion suffer from neurological disorders: WHO
Feds weigh future of bird flu vaccine (original)
Advisers urge OK of bird flu vaccine (revised)
Hypochondriacs Get Better with Meds, Therapy
Are Today's Students Too Self-Centered?

Burgers paid for by mobile phone

Monday, February 26, 2007


BBC Reported Building 7 Had Collapsed 20 Minutes Before It Fell
How Two Rights Can Make a Wrong
Positive results more likely from industry-funded breast cancer trials
Glaxo set for big push into cancer medicine
AACAP & Intermountain Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Urge
Utah's Gov. Huntsman to Veto Anti-Youth Mental Health Bill

Sunday, February 25, 2007

Medicalize Me: Experts Look At Perceptions Of Illness
Junk food ad ban plans laid out
Report: FCC to fine Univision a record $24 million over children's programming

Saturday, February 24, 2007

CDC's Vaccine Committee Whitewashed Toxic Vaccine Component, Says
National Autism Association (NAA)
Texas families seek to block gov's order
FDA Approves Shire's ADHD Drug Vyvanse
Colorado high school bans energy drink
Rats Run Wild in KFC-Taco Bell in N.Y.

Friday, February 23, 2007

The Lies They Tell: How to Stop the Fox Propaganda Machine
Controversial X-ray will debut at Sky Harbor
Severe poverty growing worse
Cancer Danger From Dry Cleaning?
No. 1 milk company says 'no' to clones
Outside Forces 'Medicalizing' Everyday Problems, Experts Say

Thursday, February 22, 2007

216 Million Americans Are Scientifically Illiterate (Part I)
Drug firm fraud may cost Medicaid untold billions
Vaccine Meeting, Merck Donation Coincide
Cervical cancer shot linked to side effects
Perry's vaccine order in trouble
Smart Enough To Make Ourselves Sick
Dr. David Buchholz: The Truth about Headaches
Four-year prison sentence for blogger “Kareem Amer”

WHO's Money?

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

The Fitness Video that makes time for Parent Fitness, Fun and Children's
Learning Fundamentals
Average 2016 health-care bill: $12,782
Diseased brains on display at Peru museum
Audit: Anti-terror case data flawed
The Propaganda Machine’s Lies About Saddam Live On
Drugmakers to add warnings for ADHD meds
FDA Directs ADHD Drug Manufacturers to Notify Patients about
Cardiovascular Adverse Events and Psychiatric Adverse Events
Merck Suspends Lobbying for Vaccine
FDA seeks tough warning on Genentech asthma drug
Paris: Why yogurt cups aren't recyclable

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Poor basic skills 'costing firms'
Coke Cans Weber Shandwick, Cries over Spilt Milk
Secrecy's dangerous side effects
Controversial Vaccine Preservative To Be Discussed At Wednesday's CDC
Meeting, Says National Autism Association
Doctors protest being told what labs to use
Maldives Controversy Dogs Hill & Knowlton

Monday, February 19, 2007

Did government hide lunch-box lead levels?
Mental health law plan challenged
One Great Big Plastic Hassle
Teachers back TV viewing concerns
Tobacco money - Hard habit for states to kick
Fatal Side Effects of Flu Vaccine
Asbestos Contractor Charged in Connection with Asbestos Waste Abandoned in
Camden, New Jersey

Sunday, February 18, 2007

Living On Edge, With Food Allergies
The End of the Novel?
Man found in front of TV died year ago
Q. Do patients routinely lie to their doctors?
Politics plays role in disease research
Your food can affect your mood

Saturday, February 17, 2007

FDA commissioner defends fees from drugmakers
Why I don't trust Andrew C. von Eschenbach
FDA warns consumers of online drug scam
Xylitol reduces risk of cavities
Extent Of Brain Involvement At Diagnosis May Predict Rate Of Later Brain
Atrophy In Patients With MS
Study Questions Pregnancy Fish Limit
Drug Company Funds Direct-to-Consumer Movie

Friday, February 16, 2007

Fake drug, fake illness -- and people believe it!
Human brain can make new cells, study finds
Colleges review ethics on choosing textbooks
Use of medicines questioned for children with bipolar disorder
US health system getting worse, says expert
Cancer is killing the Tasmanian devils

Thursday, February 15, 2007

Bill Would Allow FDA to Regulate Tobacco Products
MSG - The Slow Poisoning Of America
Pitching prescriptions
Sweet Deals: School Fundraising Can Be Healthy and Profitable
'Food Dudes' promote kids' health
How Clean Is Your Kid's Cafeteria?
Bird flu company sales fall 40%
The Bogus 'Science' of Secondhand Smoke
Watercress hailed as an anti-cancer 'superfood
Effects of genetically engineered alfalfa cultivate a debate
The Evil Marketing Tricks Drug Companies Use to Fool You
Consumers misled by food labels - report

Wednesday, February 14, 2007

FDA: Rotavirus vaccine may harm infants
Teen abuse of prescription drugs holds steady
Call for "neuroethics" as brain science races ahead
Vioxx whistle-blower weighs in on demoted antibiotic Ketek
Roche Fined for Doctors' Feast

Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Vitamin D Studies Show Promise for Reducing Cancers
Drug companies should not have a monopoly over clinical trial data
Benign MS May Not Stay Benign
When an Englishman's home is his lifeline
By 2025, a new generation of drugs will mean up to 80 per cent of us will
survive cancer. We'll just have to sell up to pay for them, says Nick Horley
The Gori Truth: Track Record of Tobacco Industry Payments Yield Positive
Opinion on Secondhand Smoke from Toxicologist
Anthrax quarantine lifted on AMI building

Monday, February 12, 2007

Cloning creates controversy
Open access and the price of knowledge
The brain scan that can read people's intentions
Hospitals cheating over patient choice, say GPs
Dad deserves a say about his life, even if he's wrong
New study yields instructive results on how mindset affects learning
7% of World Population will be Diabetic by 2025
Monsanto Dumped Toxic Waste in UK

Sunday, February 11, 2007

Blacks Less Likely To Receive Certain Diagnostic Tests in ED, Study Finds
President Bush Renews Call for Tort Reform, Says 'Frivolous' Medical
Malpractice
Lawsuits Drive Up Health Care Costs

Another lie. Medical Malpractice Lawsuits Not the Cause of Health Care
“Crisis,”

CDC Finds Dramatic Rise in Drug Deaths
The Death Of Timothy Souders
U.Va. receives $25 million gift from Philip Morris USA
CDC: 1 in 150 Kids May Have Autism
Number Of New Diabetes-related Kidney Failure Patients More Than Doubles
In 10 Years

Surgery drug worries doctors

Saturday, February 10, 2007

Could "I'm Sorry" End Malpractice?
Who Will Listen?
Video

Friday, February 9, 2007

Health records show 95 hospital errors in state in eight months
The Death Of Timothy Souders
Proposals may change way drugs are regulated
'Natural' Remedies May Interfere With Clinical Trials
37 Packages Of Canadian Prescription Drugs Seized In South Florida
Doctor: Diet Pill Approval Is A "Mistake"
Stroke victims train brains to see again
Accidental drug-poisoning deaths on the rise
Drug Ads On TV May Infuence Americans To Overmedicate

Thursday, February 8, 2007

One Doctor's Crusade For Hospital Reform
Canada confirms new mad-cow case
Improvements urged in food supply safety
Autism more common in U.S. than thought: survey
Doctors angered by insurers' rating systems
Many doctors stay mum on controversial care: study

Wednesday, February 7, 2007

Drugmakers Hurry Sales, Delay Safety Studies
Weight-loss surgeries more common for teens, younger
Kids' Suicides Rise, CDC Report Finds
Don't require vaccine, Texas lawmakers ask
state mandated vaccines.
Pills Or Papayas? Survey Finds Americans Want Healthful Foods,
Not More Medicines

Coke drink may be 'voodoo nutrition'
Child’s psychiatrist also treated her siblings
Florida Legislature to weigh HPV vaccine for all middle school girls
Beyond Focus Groups: The Marketers Among Us

Tuesday, February 6, 2007

Study finds more autism, other childhood disorders

Monday, February 5, 2007

Patent, protect thyself
Super Bowl ads fumble, brain scans show
Internet video rules 'misguided'

Sunday, February 4, 2007

The Toxicity/Safety of Processed Free Glutamic Acid (MSG): A Study
in Suppression of Information


Saturday, February 3, 2007

Pills or papayas? Survey finds Americans want healthful foods, not more
medicines

Pol: Vaccinate all girls for STD: Shot could stop cervical cancer
Cervical cancer vaccine meeting roadblocks
Cloneburgers won't come with warnings
Hair Dye Allergies On The Rise

Friday, February 2, 2007

President Calls on America to "Cope" With Child Obesity
Scientists offered cash to dispute climate study
Study Finds Flaws in Cancer Clinical Trials
Heart disease often misdiagnosed in women
Emergency departments test chest pain patients differently, based on
race, gender and insurance


Thursday, February 1, 2007

Capitol Hill Watch | Senate Panel Passes Bill To Ban Genetic
Discrimination

Drug company 'hid' suicide link
Improvements urged in food supply safety

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