Archived Medical News Stories

RSSArchived Miscellaneous News Stories - January 2005

Date Title Comments Rating
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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