Archived Medical News Stories

RSSArchived Miscellaneous News Stories - July 2007

Date Title Comments Rating
2007-07-31 New FDA food inspection standards - will they make food safer? 0 None
2007-07-31 FDA announces new food safety programs 0 None
2007-07-31 Gluten-free foods - growing market - taste issues 0 None
2007-07-31 Lunchtime salads may not be such a healthy option! 0 None
2007-07-30 TB globe-trotter flies home alone! 0 None
2007-07-27 New Australian centre for obesity, nutrition, exercise and public health 0 None
2007-07-26 New report shows minimum income required by older people in UK 0 None
2007-07-25 Sewage-contaminated groundwater found at offshore reefs of upper Florida Keys 0 None
2007-07-24 Allergen-free peanuts 0 None
2007-07-24 Real-time, two-way translation systems 0 None
2007-07-24 New Yorkers warned on mercury in fish 0 None
2007-07-24 Silver supplement warnings - "May be some serious and strange side effects" - Quote from Harvard Health Publications 2 None
2007-07-24 Springer journal looks at prevention of homelessness 0 None
2007-07-24 A quarter of adult New Yorkers have elevated blood mercury levels 0 None
2007-07-23 Older tipplers need aged based drinking guidelines 0 None
2007-07-22 Man with a small brain shows that size isn't everything! 3 None
2007-07-21 Botulism in chili sauce latest food scare in U.S. 0 None
2007-07-21 Court throws lifeline to seriously ill baby 0 None
2007-07-19 Food safety on the world agenda 0 None
2007-07-18 Cancer survivors share their advice in new book 0 None
2007-07-18 Governments tackle interpersonal violence 0 None
2007-07-18 Coping with empty-nest syndrome 0 None
2007-07-17 Organ donation should be a presumption says UK's top medical officer 0 None
2007-07-17 Globe-trotting TB patient has lung surgery 0 None
2007-07-16 Children at birthday party paid by 'MMR row' doctor for their blood 0 None
2007-07-16 Experts in Britain wholeheartedly back MMR jab 0 None
2007-07-16 Preventing rodeo injuries 0 None
2007-07-16 Credit card firms and life insurance companies are the least trusted of all financial bodies in the UK 0 None
2007-07-12 Contaminated toothpaste now in the UK 0 None
2007-07-12 Anti-smoking ads revealing tobacco industry's deceptive practices have been aggressively quashed 0 None
2007-07-12 British doctor accused of behaviour "tantamount to euthanasia" cleared 0 None
2007-07-11 Court rules in favor of Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary 0 None
2007-07-11 Bangers and burgers could cause cancer 0 None
2007-07-10 Warning for extreme heat in southeast Pennsylvania 0 None
2007-07-10 Tips to help baby boomers exercise without injury 0 None
2007-07-10 China's reputation is buckling under news of food and product recalls 0 None
2007-07-10 Easing agonising deaths of terminally ill babies "tantamount to euthanasia" 0 None
2007-07-09 Toronto gets serious about air quality 0 None
2007-07-09 Tiny turtle responsible for baby's death 0 None
2007-07-09 Brits read on average for five more minutes each day than they did in 1975 0 None
2007-07-09 World agenda for 100% smoke-free public places and workplaces 0 None
2007-07-09 Smoking cessation clinics provide a new opportunity to detect early carbon monoxide poisoning 0 None
2007-07-09 Should hookah smoking be part of England's smoking ban? 0 None
2007-07-08 More alerts over Chinese made products 0 None
2007-07-05 Food allergy wordlist for international travellers 0 None
2007-07-04 Bioethics training helps fight African brain drain 0 None
2007-07-04 Live donors have genuine concerns with insurance problems 0 None
2007-07-04 Deaths from insulin overdose at Chicago hospital raise suspicion 0 None
2007-07-03 Brits keep fit to look good, not reduce cancer risk 0 None
2007-07-03 Booze sending 100 Brits a day to hospital 0 None
2007-07-02 Canadians warned about tainted and fake toothpaste 0 None
2007-07-02 Big Apple gets serious about trans fats 0 None
2007-07-02 Popular snack food involved in latest food scare in the U.S. 0 None


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