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10/31/2013

Babies Work Specific Brain Areas to Imitate People
Can Marathons Temporarily Hurt the Heart?
Dark Side of 'Chat Rooms' for Troubled Teens: Talk of Self-Harm
Early Stem Cell Transplant May Benefit Some Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma Patients
Epilepsy Often Hand-in-Hand With Other Health Problems: CDC
FDA Announces Moves to Avert Drug Shortages
HIV Resistance Mapped by Gene Researchers
Immune System May Affect Germs on Your Skin
Lots of Texting, Emailing Going On in College Classrooms
New Drug Shows Early Promise in Treating Parkinson's Psychosis
One in 10 Teens Has Misused Prescription Painkillers: Survey
Some Women Cite Personal Growth After Breast Cancer Diagnosis
Try Talking More to Boost Your Toddler's Vocabulary
U.S. Malaria Cases Hit 40-Year High
Wag the Dog? Pooches Pay Heed to Tails' Direction

10/30/2013

Health Highlights: Oct. 30, 2013
Can Hearing Music in the Womb Boost Babies' Brain Development?
Closing Chinese Poultry Markets Stalled Bird Flu's Spread to People
Early HIV Treatment a Win-Win, Researchers Report
Gene Testing May Boost Lung Cancer Survival: Study
New Drug May Someday Battle Obesity and Diabetes
Scientists 'Silence' Aggressive Brain Cancer Gene in Mice
Sebelius Says 'Hold Me Accountable' for Website 'Debacle'
Staph Bacteria May Play Role in Eczema-Like Rash, Mouse Study Finds
Study of Twins Shows How Smoking Ages the Face
Suicide a Risk for Young Cancer Patients, Study Finds
Surprise: Guys and Girls Both Check Out Breasts
Think You Know What Your Child's Up to Online? Think Again
Thyroid Levels of Older Hospital Patients May Be Linked to Survival
Walking Speed a Good Gauge of MS Disability, Study Says
Young Athletes' Concussions Often Unreported: Report

10/29/2013

Health Highlights: Oct. 29, 2013
Balance Training Seems to Prevent Falls by Elderly
Breast Cancer Diagnosed at Later Stage in Rural Patients: Study
E-Cigarettes May Not Be Gateway to Smoking: Study
Gardening, Housework May Help Boost Your Heart Health
Health Agency Chief Apologizes for Federal Website Woes
Hormone Levels May Help Predict Breast Cancer Risk, Study Finds
Last Two Ozone-Depleting Inhalers Being Phased Out
Lupus More Likely to Affect Young, Black Women, Study Finds
Medical Interns May Need to Brush Up on Bedside Manners
Obese Teens Eat Up Fast-Food Hype, Study Says
Overuse Injuries May Rise When Kids Specialize in One Sport
Poverty May Harm a Child's Brain Development, Study Suggests
Reports of U.S. Cases of Flesh-Eating Drug Questioned
Sunny Regions Reflect Lower ADHD Rates: Study

10/28/2013

Health Highlights: Oct. 28, 2013
Childhood Gun Injuries, Deaths on Rise in U.S., Study Finds
Flu Can Kill Even Healthy Children, Study Finds
HPV Vaccines May Be Less Effective for Black Women: Study
Headaches Accompanying Lupus Often Not Disease-Related, Study Finds
Help Your Children Manage Media Use, Experts Urge
Key Safety Questions May Linger for FDA-Expedited Drugs
Lyrica May Ease Pain for Depressed Fibromyalgia Patients
Mondays Might Be Your Best Day to Quit Smoking
More Weight Gain in Pregnancy Tied to Higher Autism Risk for Kids: Study
New Batch of Alzheimer's Genes Discovered
Radiation for Breast Cancer May Raise Heart Risks: Study
Scientists Report Transplant Advance for Type 1 Diabetes
Study of Male Birth Defect Lets Pesticides Off the Hook -- for Now
Tests May Someday Show Which Breast, Prostate Cancers Will Turn Aggressive
There Is No Safer Football Helmet for Kids: Study
Too Much Sitting Tied to Higher Risk of Colon Polyps in Men

10/27/2013

'Super-Magnets' Pose Rising Threat to Kids, Study Finds

10/26/2013

Antibiotic-Resistant Infections Up Among Hospitalized Kids: Study
Certain Rheumatoid Arthritis Drugs May Also Protect Patients' Hearts, Studies Find
Exercise May Make Life Better for Those With Arthritis
Fibromyalgia Might Be Harder on Younger Patients, Study Finds
Many Lupus Patients Forgo Needed Medication, Study Finds
Moms With Lupus More Likely to Have Children With Autism, Study Suggests
Social Isolation Linked to More Pain After Hip Replacement
Too Few Kids Follow Bike Helmet Laws, Study Finds
Treating Rheumatoid Arthritis Early May Cut Damaging Effects

10/25/2013

Health Highlights: Oct. 25, 2013
After Breast Cancer Surgery, Patient Assistance Programs Can Help
Are Today's Artsy Kids Tomorrow's Business Leaders?
Blood Test for Pancreatic Cancer Shows Promise in Early Trial
Brain-Imaging Drug Approved for Alzheimer's Detection
Can't Settle on a Menu Selection? Listen to Your Tablemates
Current Colon Cancer Screening Guidelines Might Miss Some Patients
Extended-Release Hydrocodone Painkiller Approved
FDA OKs New Hydrocodone Painkiller
Good News for Caregivers: You May Live Longer
Kids With Head Injuries May Be Prone to Depression
Saturday Is National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day
Some 'High-Risk' Kidneys May Be Safe for Organ Transplant: Study
Study Links Americans' Low Fiber Intake to Higher Heart Risk
Ultrasound Device May Improve Emergency Stroke Care: Study
Website Contractor to Lead HealthCare.gov Repair

10/24/2013

Health Highlights: Oct. 24, 2013
Coffee Might Lower Risk of Liver Cancer
Common Blood Pressure Drugs Tied to Lower Risk of Alzheimer's: Study
Do Some Docs Have Vested Interest in Prescribing Radiation for Prostate Cancer?
Early Periods May Signal Greater Diabetes Risk, Study Suggests
FDA Urges Tighter Controls on Certain Prescription Painkillers
Gene Mutation Tied to Higher Obesity Risk in Kids
Halloween Contact Lenses Can Be Horror Story for Eyes
Health Insurance Penalty Delayed as Federal Exchange Comes Under Fire
Men May Stroll a Little Slower Down Lovers' Lane
Prostate Biopsies May Cause Unnecessary Worry for Many Men, Study Finds
Some Improvement Seen in U.S. Cholesterol Levels: CDC
Stem Cell Transplants May Harm Recipient's Sex Life
Stenting of Neck Arteries Tied to Higher Stroke Risk in Seniors
Stroke Affecting Younger People Worldwide, Study Shows
What Puts That Individual Stamp on Your Face?

10/23/2013

Health Highlights: Oct. 23, 2013
Child 'Cured' of HIV Remains Free of Virus, Doctors Report
First Windpipe Transplant Holding Up Over Time: Report
Flu Season Off to Slow Start . . .
Infants Exposed to Smoking in Womb at Risk of Infections, Death: Study
Infections From Tainted Steroids Ranged in Severity: Update
Kidney Transplant Rejection Drugs Tied to Pregnancy Risks in Study
Longer Detox Might Work Better for Prescription Pain Med Addiction
Lower Blood Sugar Levels May Aid Memory, Study Suggests
New Research May Help Spare Patients 'Accidental Awareness' During Surgery
Opsumit Approved for Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension
Parents Favor Email Medical Consults for Kids' Minor Illnesses: Survey
Removable 'Gut Sleeve' Might Become a Future Weight-Loss Tool
Some Democrats Air Frustration With Obamacare Website
Three-Quarters of U.S. Teens Say They Don't Drink

10/22/2013

Health Highlights: Oct. 22, 2013
'Love Hormone' Might Heighten the Placebo Effect
Counseling With HIV Testing May Not Help Prevent Future STDs
FDA Probes Dog Illnesses Tied to Jerky Treats
Flavored Cigars Gaining in Popularity With U.S. Kids: CDC
Learning Challenging Skills Tied to Better Memory in Seniors
Low Vitamin D Tied to Anemia Risk in Kids
Obese Patients With Pancreatic Cancer Have Shorter Survival, Study Finds
Weight-Loss Surgery Seems to Beat Diet and Exercise
Your Flu Shot May Also Help Your Heart

10/21/2013

Health Highlights: Oct. 21, 2013
'Body Clock' May Explain Why Some Body Parts Age Faster Than Others
Bottle-Feeding May Raise Risk of Stomach Obstruction in Infants
Could a Good Night's Sleep Guard Against Alzheimer's?
Many People Not Told Cancer Tests Can Lead to 'Overtreatment'
Obama: 'No Excuse' for Troubled HealthCare.gov Website
Researchers Report Progress With Growing Hair
 
 
 
 
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