Archived Medical News Stories

RSSArchived Miscellaneous News Stories - 2005

Date Title Comments Rating
2005-12-22 Insight into how marajuana induced munchies works 0 None
2005-12-19 Cannabis medication linked to grandmother's death 0 None
2005-12-14 Canadians call for decriminalisation of prostitution 0 None
2005-12-13 UK surgeon in Iraq tells story 0 None
2005-12-05 Pricey head lice treatment nothing but common cleanser 0 None
2005-12-02 Overproduction of food in rich countries is fuelling health problems worldwide 0 4
2005-12-02 U.S. trained surgeon could face manslaughter charges in Australia 0 None
2005-11-29 A kiss and peanuts - a deadly combination 0 None
2005-11-28 "Alcoholism - The Simple Truth" - France 0 5
2005-11-26 New European Union directive on food labelling 0 None
2005-11-24 South Korean cloning pioneer responds to accusations 0 None
2005-11-16 Fury over delay in Libyan Court ruling on children infected with AIDS 0 None
2005-11-15 Heart defect caused 4-year-old to die on Disney ride 0 None
2005-11-15 Youth group calls Bush hypocritical over Plan B 0 None
2005-11-14 Teenager died after having his lip pierced 0 3.7
2005-11-14 Warnings to be put on condoms 0 None
2005-11-13 Total smoking ban is accepted in New Zealand 0 None
2005-11-10 British mother demands the right to know about teenage abortion 0 None
2005-11-09 Research into 'The New Family' in Britain 0 None
2005-11-09 New Scientist reports on nuclear accident responsiveness 0 None
2005-11-08 Doctor facing manslaughter charges in Australia sparks calls for overhaul of U.S. regulations 0 None
2005-11-07 Hurricane Katrina leaves behind a cough as well as destruction 0 None
2005-11-07 Campaigners say "safe cigarettes" will kill thousands 0 None
2005-11-02 Desperate patients cause stem cell web site to crash 0 None
2005-10-31 Fake flu jabs given to over 1,000 Exxon workers 0 None
2005-10-31 Dead human tissue illegally used in surgery 0 None
2005-10-30 38.2 million Americans live in households that suffer directly from hunger and food insecurity 0 None
2005-10-26 ANSTO radiation worker records unusual dose 0 None
2005-10-26 China has become the 89th country to ratify the global tobacco treaty 0 None
2005-10-26 Obese workers discriminated against in the workforce 0 None
2005-10-20 US Congress has wasted an opportunity to tackle the rising numbers of chronically hungry people in the world 0 None
2005-10-19 How hurricanes impact public health long term 0 None
2005-10-19 New publication on nutrition and an active life 0 None
2005-10-19 Northern Ireland bans smoking in pubs and restaurants 0 None
2005-10-19 When it comes to keeping clean, old fashioned soap and water may be best 0 None
2005-10-18 Hertfordshire group to adopt a new approach to weight loss 0 None
2005-10-18 Cannabis smoke less likely to cause cancer than tobacco smoke 0 None
2005-10-13 Kenneth Clarke needs to quit tobacco industry for party leadership 0 None
2005-10-05 Rapid urbanization is a huge challenge to food production 0 None
2005-10-03 Cost-effective technique for reducing mercury emissions from coal-fired power plants 0 None
2005-09-28 High rates of musculoskeletal injuries among poultry workers 0 None
2005-09-26 British Medical Journal publishes euthanasia opinions 1 5
2005-09-19 Center for Law and the Public's Health receives important global designation 0 None
2005-09-10 British Government's strategy on alcohol will do nothing to tackle problem drinking in Britain 0 None
2005-09-10 Funding the "war on terror" could cost the lives of millions of Americans 0 None
2005-09-10 At last, the seven secrets of eternal youth! 1 3
2005-09-07 Radiation oncologists around the country open their doors to Gulf Coast patients 0 None
2005-09-07 Health officials insist they were prepared for Katrina 0 None
2005-09-07 Education is the most effective way to empower the rural poor in Africa 0 None
2005-09-06 Health groups file brief urging tougher remedies in tobacco lawsuit 0 None
2005-09-06 Companies offering plastic surgery as a prize are violating a well-recognised code of ethics of good medical practice 0 None
2005-09-06 Many pubs would stop serving food to get round the Government's proposed smokefree law 0 None
2005-09-06 Total smoking ban in public places only viable option in the UK 0 None
2005-09-06 National Health Service payout offer insults woman whose breast was wrongly removed 0 None
2005-09-05 Chernobyl: The True Scale of the Accident 0 None
2005-09-05 Double standards in British Government anti-smoking campaign 0 None
2005-09-04 Health leaders to tour evacuee sites in hurricane region 0 None
2005-09-01 Call for guidelines on the use of homeopathic remedies 0 None
2005-08-31 BMA(NI) initial response to Appleby Report 0 None
2005-08-30 Toxic flame retardants known as PBDEs are becoming a major environmental health concern 0 None
2005-08-30 Scientific panel aims to reduce incidence of heat illnesses, heat stroke during preseason practices for high school players 0 None
2005-08-29 Before hitting the beach, learn the signs of skin cancer 0 None
2005-08-29 Ellen MacKenzie to lead health policy and management department 0 None
2005-08-29 California wants cancer warnings on french fries and chips 0 None
2005-08-29 New way to count bugs in dirt 0 None
2005-08-29 5-year-old British autistic boy dies after alternative therapy in U.S. 0 None
2005-08-25 Campaign for tougher anti-smoking laws stepped up 0 None
2005-08-25 What possible argument is there for NOT implementing a total ban? 0 None
2005-08-24 Prince Charles champions alternative healthcare 0 None
2005-08-24 Americans in every state, apart from Oregon, are getting fatter! 0 None
2005-08-24 Pennsylvania law allows motorcyclists to drive helmet free - who pays the medical bills? 0 None
2005-08-23 California in conflict with FDA over warnings on canned tuna 0 None
2005-08-22 Food scares put Hong Kong's reputation on the line 0 None
2005-08-22 Heat stress and injury among young athletes can be prevented by progressively increasing practice time and replacing lost fluids 0 None
2005-08-22 New post-graduate qualification will help counter a world-wide shortage of forensic medicine experts 0 None
2005-08-22 Argument smoulders on while groups argue about total smoking ban 0 None
2005-08-22 Newl workplace safety models 0 None
2005-08-21 Latest scare in Hong Kong - cancer-causing chemical in eel meat 0 None
2005-08-16 The use of salt fluoridation to prevent dental caries 0 None
2005-08-15 Guidelines released to cover new embryo donation option for infertile couples 0 None
2005-08-15 Lung cancer cure possible with early screening 0 None
2005-08-15 Crystal meth crackdown - families back tougher sentences 0 None
2005-08-14 New York style fat busting on the menu 0 None
2005-08-14 After NHS hospital tells teenager to wait a year, he has spine operation done in India 0 None
2005-08-10 Four out of five prisoners test positive for drugs 0 None
2005-08-09 Disney terror ride real fright for British girl 0 None
2005-08-07 Unexpected baby joy for transplant patient 0 None
2005-08-07 Year wait for spinal surgery forces boy to fly to India for operation 0 None
2005-08-07 U.S. company wants to commercialise breast milk 0 None
2005-08-04 Participation of doctors and medical bodies in the abuse of prisoners is a stain on medical ethics 0 None
2005-08-04 Table salt fluoridation can reduce the prevalence of dental caries 0 None
2005-08-04 Sources of magnetic fields in the home 0 None
2005-08-04 NicStic - world's first smokeless and tobacco-free cigarette to go on sale 0 None
2005-08-04 Updated view of global nutrition 0 None
2005-08-03 Florida federal health agency worker charged with anthrax hoax 0 None
2005-08-03 Brain-dead mother has baby girl 0 None
2005-08-02 Australia has the lowest rate of smoking in the world 0 None
2005-08-02 The wonders of watermelon 0 None
2005-08-02 Tobacco industry is continuing its targeted marketing to teens via candy-flavored cigarettes 0 None
2005-08-02 Australian Medical Association backs mandatory use of ethanol in petrol on health grounds 0 None
2005-08-02 Elderly need to make sure they get enough vitamin B12 0 None
2005-08-01 Respected medical journal worried at lack of international cooperation in investigating scientific fraud 0 None
2005-07-31 U.S. beaches getting dirtier and some are disappearing 0 None
2005-07-28 British High Court overturns earlier "right-to-food" ruling 0 None
2005-07-28 Cancer dye Sudan 1 found in curry powders 0 None
2005-07-28 Effects of ostracism are a health concern 1 4.7
2005-07-28 Participants in the gene therapy market discover new ways to improve clinical efficiency and generate revenue 0 None
2005-07-26 Methamphetamine users show symptoms similar to brain injury patients 0 None
2005-07-26 Niger needs long term assistance to avoid chronic food insecurity 0 None
2005-07-26 Fat-dissolving fads: Too good to be true? 0 None
2005-07-25 Appeal court in UK overturns "shaken baby" convictions 0 None
2005-07-25 British scientist who discovered link with smoking and cancer, dies at 92 0 4.4
2005-07-23 Survey shows lead, tobacco exposure may be down in U.S., but blood and urine samples, awash with chemicals 0 None
2005-07-23 Arsenic caused the madness of King George III 1 5
2005-07-23 Deaths from substance abuse on the increase in Northern Ireland 0 None
2005-07-23 Judgment against leading UK paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow, could damage child protection services 0 None
2005-07-23 Doctors in the U.S. hope brain-dead woman will give birth 0 None
2005-07-21 Arsenic in King George III's hair contributed to bouts of madness 0 None
2005-07-21 Radioisotopes from scans can trigger airport radiation alarms 0 None
2005-07-21 Taste reigns supreme, whereas nutrition varies between consumers 0 None
2005-07-21 Sunscreens may play an increasingly important role in defending the skin 0 None
2005-07-20 Floating their idea - students conduct experiments in zero gravity 0 None
2005-07-19 UK deaths from volatile substance abuse in 2003 fell to the lowest annual total since 1980 0 None
2005-07-19 DuPont statement in response to class action lawsuit on non-stick cookware 0 None
2005-07-19 Americans need to eat more fish 0 None
2005-07-19 U.S. Senate approves Crawford for FDA commissioner 0 None
2005-07-15 Police shooting of AIDS protesters by South African police 0 None
2005-07-14 Australian doctors must be involved in planning medical response to possible local terror attacks 0 None
2005-07-14 Consumer group wants health warnings on soft drinks 0 None
2005-07-13 Sisters hurt in London blast return to the U.S. for surgery 0 None
2005-07-12 New ruling on EU Food supplements directive eagerly awaited 0 None
2005-07-12 EU upholds food supplement ban - rejects appeal by health groups 0 None
2005-07-12 Current scientific understanding does not justify the reduction of the daily salt intake for healthy people 0 None
2005-07-11 Meth abuse biggest drug problem in country USA 0 5
2005-07-11 California's medical marijuana program put on hold 0 None
2005-07-11 Thousands to be screened for affects from Teflon 0 None
2005-07-06 Northern Ireland must not be left behind on smoking ban 0 None
2005-07-05 Anti-cancer claims for green tea 'unlikely', says FDA 0 None
2005-07-04 General Medical Council wrong place to deal with medicine and the law 0 None
2005-07-04 Progress on prison health prevented by political prejudice 0 None
2005-07-04 British surgeon challenges Tony Blair on Africa's health needs 0 None
2005-06-30 Sense and science has prevailed, claim BMA 0 None
2005-06-30 Teflon likely to cause cancer 0 None
2005-06-30 British doctors debate abortion laws 0 None
2005-06-30 Twenty-seven per cent of accidental deaths in Britain were due to transport accidents in 2003 0 None
2005-06-29 Raising the dead no longer just a fright movie! 0 None
2005-06-29 It's fright time again! - how to poison the country's milk 0 None
2005-06-28 Scotland's doctors quiz Health Secretary on smoking 0 None
2005-06-28 The British Medical Association in Northern Ireland says Minister must introduce a complete ban on second-hand tobacco smoke 0 None
2005-06-27 This is not live aid, it's reverse aid 0 None
2005-06-27 Health, well-being, and aging in Latin America and the Caribbean 0 None
2005-06-27 Health warnings issued at festival 0 None
2005-06-27 Marijuana activists nervous after raids 0 None
2005-06-26 Drug bust in San Francisco could be start of new campaign against pot 0 None
2005-06-26 WHO wants more safety checks on genetically-modified food 0 None
2005-06-23 Federal drug agents target pot dispensaries 0 None
2005-06-21 Smoking in cars - won’t somebody please think of the children! 0 None
2005-06-21 Evidence grows for change in cannabis laws 1 None
2005-06-21 Infertility threatening Europe's population 0 None
2005-06-21 UK pathologist struck off for secretly taking children's organs 0 None
2005-06-21 New book asks if obesity 'crisis' is justified 0 None
2005-06-21 Novels are the best medicine for psychiatrists 0 5
2005-06-20 Reproductive tourism is on the increase in Europe 0 None
2005-06-20 Marijuana vaporizers - get the dope without the smoke 0 5
2005-06-20 Smoking ban planned for many public areas in the UK 0 None
2005-06-20 Doing the Moonwalk for fun and money 0 None
2005-06-19 Seven Deadly Sins 0 None
2005-06-19 Older drinkers not younger, most likely to succumb to alcohol-related death 0 None
2005-06-19 Consumer group says potato chips should carry cancer warning 0 3
2005-06-19 Medical marijuana use given the go-ahead in Oregon by state Attorney General 0 None
2005-06-16 Open debate about illegal drug use is needed 0 None
2005-06-16 Schiavo finally laid to rest 0 None
2005-06-16 Doctor blames parents for return of sick girl's cancer 0 None
2005-06-14 Information given about animal welfare on food labels is confusing 0 None
2005-06-14 Eat at home - its probably safer 0 None
2005-06-14 Responsible drinking labels to go on cans and bottles of beer 0 None
2005-06-10 Ruling does not overturn California law permitting the use of medical marijuana 0 None
2005-06-10 Private health insurance given the go-ahead in Canada 0 None
2005-06-09 Concern for smokers who don't understand nicotine 0 None
2005-06-09 12-year-old cancer victim taken into care after parents block treatment on religious grounds 0 None
2005-06-09 Majority of the UK public believe that pub staff should be protected from second-hand smoke 0 None
2005-06-08 Soy appears to lower cholesterol and blood sugar levels, aid weight loss 0 None
2005-06-08 New medical marijuana ruling 0 None
2005-06-06 Nitrogen oxides emitted by soil could play a substantially larger role in seasonal air pollution 0 None
2005-06-06 U.S. Supreme Court overules states and makes marijuana for medicinal use illegal 0 None
2005-06-06 Basic sanitation must reach 138 million more people every year through 2015 0 None
2005-06-06 5,000 people die from bowel cancer each year making it one of Australia's biggest cancer killers 0 None
2005-06-05 'Miracle Mermaid Baby' Milagros meets the media after her successful operation 0 None
2005-06-05 Banned chemical discovered in Canadian farmed salmon 0 5
2005-06-05 Doctors in the UK demand that junk food television advertisors pay for public health messages 0 None
2005-06-03 How consumer behavior is affected by ideas of mortality - called mortality salience 0 None
2005-06-03 Jelly beans can reveal how consumers evaluate an experience 0 None
2005-06-03 Consumers may make more judgments based on quick thinking rather than lengthy contemplation 0 None
2005-06-03 ESP will open new doors into music for non-musicians 0 None
2005-06-02 Women living longer - infant mortality dropping 0 None
2005-06-02 Finances are leading cause of stress 0 None
2005-06-02 Australian MPs back call for smoking bans in cars 0 None
2005-06-02 Potential smoking liability cases thrown into doubt in Europe 0 None
2005-06-02 UK latest country to join anti-smoking drive 0 None
2005-06-01 Learning about each other's differences is the way to reduce prejudice 0 None
2005-06-01 2.9 million low-income adults in California live with hunger 0 None
2005-06-01 Twenty countries plan to go smokefree 0 None
2005-06-01 Consumers of organic food should be more inquisitive about its quality 0 None
2005-06-01 New information on reproductive health in St Petersburg 0 None
2005-05-31 BMA Scotland response to McTear v Imperial Tobacco verdict 0 None
2005-05-31 Doctor sold Surgery Board exam answers on eBay 0 None
2005-05-30 Asbestos Compensation Fund Legislation passed by Senate Judiciary Committee 0 None
2005-05-29 Music store manager charged after allowing an alzheimer victim to buy 11 organs 0 None
2005-05-29 Chefs up in arms because doctors want long pointed kitchen knives banned 0 None
2005-05-25 Tragic death of 5 year old asthma patient was avoidable and due to complacency of health professionals 0 None
2005-05-25 American Diabetes Association applauds passage of Stem Cell Legislation 0 None
2005-05-24 NC3Rs announces increased funding for the 3Rs and welcomes the Nuffield Council report 0 None
2005-05-23 Vatican says embryo cloning is a crime 0 None
2005-05-23 Heart disease and stroke burden every region of the world leading to increased inequalities in health 0 None
2005-05-23 New set of International Health Regulations to manage public health emergencies of international concern 0 None
2005-05-23 Medicaid paying for Viagra for sex offenders in New York 0 None
2005-05-23 Milk is back in fashion and who loves it most - the Welsh of course!! 0 None
2005-05-23 Guyana Health Minister outlines progress at World Health Assembly 0 None
2005-05-23 Celebrity UV Guide, using star skin types as a guide to when people should cover up 0 None
2005-05-23 Australian partnership to rebuild Banda Aceh Hospital 0 None
2005-05-20 Disability Rights Groups condemn British health secretary over right to life case 0 None
2005-05-19 Genetically modified rice will not eliminate hunger in China 0 None
2005-05-19 Statement from The Lancet in response to Stephen Cox of The Royal Society 0 None
2005-05-18 Right-to-life case doctors backed by British Government 0 None
2005-05-18 Only 34% of polling stations accessible to disabled people 0 None
2005-05-18 Prince Charles calls for a more holistic approach towards medicine 0 None
2005-05-17 Unlucky news for Kylie Minogue 0 None
2005-05-17 Big pharma gets the desired results from medical journals 0 None
2005-05-17 Safety belts in police cars may be life threatening 0 None
2005-05-16 Bill Gates calls on world leaders to seize opportunity to improve health 0 None
2005-05-15 Parents of new born convicted of reckless homicide 0 None
2005-05-12 If you want to avoid smoke-filled pubs you will be better off in the south of England 0 None
2005-05-12 Fertility clinics across the United States already ensure that donated sperm is safe, regardless of the sexual orientation of the donor 0 None
2005-05-11 Another thing to add to the fright list - a killer summer for Britain! 0 None
2005-05-11 UK Chief Medical Officer updates heatwave plan 0 None
2005-05-10 Berkeley imposes ban on alcohol at fraternity and sorority events 0 None
2005-05-10 BMA Wales delighted with Assembly committee's smoking conclusions 0 None
2005-05-09 Para Red found in more products in the UK 0 None
2005-05-08 FDA seeks to ban gay men from donating sperm 0 None
2005-05-05 Britain recalls 35 more products with Para Red dye 0 None
2005-05-04 Does it ever occur to you that Angelina Jolie is really phat? 0 None
2005-05-03 45% of US drug arrests are for marijuana, is this a waste of resources? 0 None
2005-05-03 American Fertility Association launches new phone support service 0 None
2005-05-03 UK products recalled because of banned food dye 0 None
2005-05-03 Couple demand an apology over failed vasectomy 0 None
2005-05-02 Heart patient dies the day after a 3,800 kilometre bike ride 0 None
2005-05-02 Shade structure grants help make it safer to have fun in the sun 0 None
2005-05-01 9/11 rescue workers screening program to continue 0 None
2005-05-01 British Medical Association on the attack over smoking myths by pro-smokers groups 0 None
2005-05-01 British court gives the go ahead for IVF babies to be created to save sick siblings 0 None
2005-04-28 British American Tobacco report shows truth behind greenwash 0 None
2005-04-28 New report clears the air on the smoking debate 0 None
2005-04-27 20 million working Americans are without health insurance 0 None
2005-04-27 RCN nurses demand prostitution be decriminalised 0 None
2005-04-27 Supreme Court affirms right to sue for pesticide harm 0 None
2005-04-27 Brits fed up with eating advice 0 None
2005-04-27 Update for WIC food program 0 None
2005-04-27 Runners must hydrate properly 0 None
2005-04-27 Callous IVF cuts will crush the dreams of hopeful women and families - Australian Medical Association 0 None
2005-04-27 Washington State ad campaign discourages young people from having sex 0 None
2005-04-27 New, bigger low-carb potato with different taste will give consumers more choices 0 None
2005-04-26 Quintuplets born to surrogate mother 1 None
2005-04-23 Federal food pyramid redesigned 0 None
2005-04-23 Asbestos bill fails to provide promised solution 0 None
2005-04-23 Efforts to raise awareness on teen substance abuse 0 None
2005-04-23 New research says global food demands threaten to outstrip world water supply 0 4
2005-04-23 HIV kids in care may have had their rights violated in drug trials 0 None
2005-04-21 Counting the human cost of international trade 0 None
2005-04-20 MyPyramid has a mixed response from experts 0 None
2005-04-20 ASTRO public awareness campaign wins award 0 None
2005-04-20 New U.S. Food Guidance System differentiates among types of fat 0 None
2005-04-19 USDA new Food Guide Pyramid not rated by all experts 0 None
2005-04-19 Concern about the environment grows in East Asia as impacts of pollution and urbanization increase 0 5
2005-04-19 Alcohol-impaired driving increases significantly 0 None
2005-04-12 Canadian cancer crisis due to aging population 0 None
2005-04-12 Ambitious rural health plan for India 0 None
2005-04-12 Ontario issues warning against unpasteurized milk 0 None
2005-04-12 Cranfield University aims to reduce sporting injury 0 None
2005-04-11 185,000 patients have personal information stolen 0 None
2005-04-11 NIH accused of sexual intimidation and safety violations 0 None
2005-04-07 How tobacco industry attempted to influence privatisation plans of state-owned tobacco industry in Moldova 0 None
2005-04-07 People with a peanut allergy should avoid all products containing lupin flour 0 None
2005-04-07 The right to live gives us a right to die 0 None
2005-04-06 Reprieve for British vitamins and health 0 None
2005-04-05 Europe wants checks for Sudan dyes 0 None
2005-04-05 Yoga should heal, not hurt 0 5
2005-04-05 Organ donors must document their wishes 0 None
2005-04-05 Sobering facts on lung cancer 0 None
2005-04-05 Obesity costs California $21.7 billion a year 0 None
2005-04-04 GP's often confronted by Internet informed patients 0 None
2005-04-03 Wolfowitz is the wrong choice for the World Bank 0 None
2005-03-30 Pope John Paul II may need to be fed intravenously 0 None
2005-03-30 Avoiding risks of skin cancer from ultraviolet radiation (UVR) 0 None
2005-03-30 280 million pound package to transform the quality of school meals 0 None
2005-03-29 Massive weight loss conference hits Dallas 0 None
2005-03-28 Children sick after zoo visit - Florida Officials investigate 0 None
2005-03-23 US Court rejects appeal of Terri Schiavo's parents 0 None
2005-03-23 Sunlight prevents cancer 0 None
2005-03-23 Prevalence of acute malnutrition high in Sudan 0 None
2005-03-22 Schiavo case - Judge refuses to allow feeding tube to be reinserted 0 None
2005-03-21 Bush intervenes in Terri Schiavo case 0 None
2005-03-17 Salt back in the limelight 0 None
2005-03-16 Anthrax scare due to lab mix up 0 None
2005-03-16 U.S. Government says, exercise, exercise, exercise! 0 None
2005-03-16 Public concerns show need for independent fertility regulation as great as ever 0 None
2005-03-16 Alcohol ranks as the number one health risk in all but two countries 0 None
2005-03-16 EPA announces rule to reduce mercury emissions from power plants 0 None
2005-03-16 Soft cheeses health threat to expectant mums 0 None
2005-03-15 Anthrax scare in Pentagon false alarm 0 None
2005-03-15 Its not just the Americans - Europeans are getting fat too! 0 None
2005-03-15 Search for Anthrax bacteria in Pentagon mail 0 None
2005-03-15 Beneficial effects of Alpha-Linolenic acid in walnuts 0 None
2005-03-14 Cough medicine may cause seizures 0 None
2005-03-14 Taiwanese biotechnology industry expected to reach US$1.9 billion in 2010 0 None
2005-03-13 Failure to count Iraqi casualties is irresponsible 0 None
2005-03-09 UN votes to ban human cloning 0 None
2005-03-07 Cancer agents in Chinese Heinz foods 0 None
2005-03-07 Canadians alerted to the presence of acrylamide in some foods 0 None
2005-03-07 David Lee, cancer cure director gets 10 year disqualification 0 None
2005-03-07 America's youth are in a calcium crisis - they need more milk and milk products more often 0 None
2005-03-05 Chips may cause cancer 0 None
2005-03-02 Liverpool is justified in its attempt to go smokefree 0 None
2005-03-02 Suicides outnumber homicides in the U.S 0 None
2005-03-01 Two FSA's, one mad one happy with Premier Foods 0 None
2005-03-01 Nordic nations demand tighter limits on sun beds 0 None
2005-03-01 The gap in life expectancy between women and men is closing! 0 None
2005-02-28 Construction and excavation of the world's first 'mock' mass grave 0 None
2005-02-28 European Science Foundation publishes nanomedicine report 0 None
2005-02-28 Methamphetamine, biggest illegal drug menace in America 0 3.4
2005-02-28 Mobile phone radio wave exposure limited by standards 0 None
2005-02-27 Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) entered into force today 0 None
2005-02-27 Report calls for father-friendlier Britain 0 None
2005-02-27 Balance between potassium and sodium is very important for proper body function 0 None
2005-02-27 Vast majority of products contaminated with the illegal dye Sudan I have been removed from sale 0 None
2005-02-27 Discrimination disguised as public health policy 0 None
2005-02-27 Poor water supply affects more people than war, terrorism, and WMD's combined 0 2.2
2005-02-23 WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control enters into force 0 None
2005-02-22 Update on Sudan I contamination 0 None
2005-02-20 Americans support appropriate use of reproductive genetic testing 0 None
2005-02-13 Bionomics goes for aggressive strategy in 2005 0 None
2005-02-13 Deer population threatens the survival of the widely harvested medicinal plant, Ginseng 0 None
2005-02-13 American Fertility Association alarmed by Judge's embryo ruling 0 None
2005-02-10 Not enough evidence to say gun laws reduce violence 0 None
2005-02-09 Universities are effective sites for anti-smoking efforts 0 None
2005-02-09 PAHO vaccines books wins major award 0 None
2005-02-08 Cancer pledge needs anti-smoking action 0 None
2005-02-07 Smoke free laws protect health and save lives worldwide 0 None
2005-02-07 Special distinction for the Pan American Journal of Public Health 0 None
2005-01-31 Eleventh Edition of the Report on Carcinogens 0 None
2005-01-31 Americans pay little attention to genetically modified foods 0 None
2005-01-30 More Britons are living alone than ever before 0 None
2005-01-30 We need to rethink the way we respond to large scale disasters 0 None
2005-01-26 Health initiatives have led to Arab and Israeli cooperation in the Middle East 0 None
2005-01-26 New report on the health effects of perchlorate, found in many public drinking-water supplies 0 None
2005-01-24 Drink-driving limit must be reduced to save lives 0 None
2005-01-24 BMA appeals for widespread support for Smoke-Free Liverpool 0 None
2005-01-19 Aircraft drinking water contaminated with bacteria 0 None
2005-01-19 Health benefits justify smoking ban 0 None
2005-01-18 Elsevier to launch journal devoted to nanomedicine 0 None
2005-01-18 Study gives older drivers green light 0 None
2005-01-17 Lancet highlights the global efforts required in 2005 to achieve millennium goals 0 None
2005-01-17 Mobile surgical teams sped treatment of injured U.S. Marines and Iraqi patients 0 None
2005-01-17 Bushfire warning - smoke may trigger asthma symptoms 0 None
2005-01-17 Food, exercise and regular physical activity still key to American health 0 None
2005-01-17 Human Genome Project may have made traditional race-based measurements of human differences obsolete 0 5
2005-01-17 Scientific evidence on passive smoking is inconclusive 0 None
2005-01-17 Major document on mobile phones and health 0 None
2005-01-13 Call for the creation of a World Institute for risk evaluation 0 None
2005-01-13 Pilgrimage to Mecca comes with a few medical risks 0 1
2005-01-13 BMA condemns tobacco industry ventilation claims 0 None
2005-01-13 Alternative therapies and conventional medical therapies should be held to same standards 0 None
2005-01-13 Baby Bottle artificially flavoured drink found to contain high benzoate levels 0 None
2005-01-13 New Dietary Guidelines is the most health-oriented ever 0 None
2005-01-12 Survey finds online health information poised to become important resource for seniors, but not there yet 0 None
2005-01-12 Reducing levels of smoking, cholesterol and blood pressure will halve current CHD mortality 0 None
2005-01-12 Italy's tough anti-smoking laws are an embarrassing reminder of Western Australia's ineffective new regulations 0 None
2005-01-12 Call for a smoke free Scottish Parliament 0 None
2005-01-10 Shakespeare may have had syphilis 0 None
2005-01-10 How Elvis would have looked at 70 0 1
2005-01-05 PAHO dispels myths about the handling and the effects of mass casualties 0 None
2005-01-04 Microsoft launches MSN Health & Fitness 0 None
2005-01-04 Give all workers the right to a smoke-free environment 0 None

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