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Fairfax student dies after a four-day hospitalization for meningitis/encephalitis

Fairfax student dies after a four-day hospitalization for meningitis/encephalitis

SARS, the highly infectious respiratory virus, has been found in tears

SARS, the highly infectious respiratory virus, has been found in tears

WHO removes two antiretroviral products from the WHO List of prequalified products

WHO removes two antiretroviral products from the WHO List of prequalified products

Cornelia de Lange syndrome gene discovered

Cornelia de Lange syndrome gene discovered

Health Canada is advising of a potential risk related to Pre-Pen, a penicillin allergy test

Health Canada is advising of a potential risk related to Pre-Pen, a penicillin allergy test

Washington and Oregon health officials are investigating a multi-state outbreak of salmonellosis

Washington and Oregon health officials are investigating a multi-state outbreak of salmonellosis

Broker of air pollution credits arrested on federal wire fraud charges

Broker of air pollution credits arrested on federal wire fraud charges

New gene found in genetic wasteland

New gene found in genetic wasteland

First license to begin research involving therapeutic cloning

First license to begin research involving therapeutic cloning

100,000 child deaths ever year caused by outdoor and indoor air pollution, unsafe water, lead and injuries

100,000 child deaths ever year caused by outdoor and indoor air pollution, unsafe water, lead and injuries

Lingering outbreak of pertussis in four Chicago-area counties

Lingering outbreak of pertussis in four Chicago-area counties

Oxford researchers call for new malaria distribution maps

Oxford researchers call for new malaria distribution maps

Prescription of beta-agonist drugs for asthma could be endangering patients

Prescription of beta-agonist drugs for asthma could be endangering patients

Drug for multiple sclerosis prevented disease development when tested on animal models

Drug for multiple sclerosis prevented disease development when tested on animal models

Ugandans highly knowledgeable about HIV vaccine and willing to participate in future trials

Ugandans highly knowledgeable about HIV vaccine and willing to participate in future trials

Hip fractures – less common but more numerous in an ageing nation

Hip fractures – less common but more numerous in an ageing nation

Pesticide-related illnesses among farm workers often go unreported

Pesticide-related illnesses among farm workers often go unreported

Stimulation or drugs that target the pro-opiomelanocortin system will be effective in treating diabetes or obesity

Stimulation or drugs that target the pro-opiomelanocortin system will be effective in treating diabetes or obesity

Effects of Zen meditation and how the brain functions during meditative states

Effects of Zen meditation and how the brain functions during meditative states

Exposure to excess hormones in the womb increases risk of heart disease and diabetes

Exposure to excess hormones in the womb increases risk of heart disease and diabetes