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World's largest study into intensive care

World's largest study into intensive care

SUVs pose greater injury risk to pedestrians

SUVs pose greater injury risk to pedestrians

Cancer drug gefitinib (Iressa) may be able to restore tamoxifen's anticancer activity

Cancer drug gefitinib (Iressa) may be able to restore tamoxifen's anticancer activity

Education improves health situation in Puerto Rico

Education improves health situation in Puerto Rico

Textured titanium medical implants may be better than smooth ones

Textured titanium medical implants may be better than smooth ones

Among youth aged 10-14 years, hangings have replaced firearms as the most common method of suicide

Among youth aged 10-14 years, hangings have replaced firearms as the most common method of suicide

Postnatal exposure to a mercury preservative commonly used in a number of childhood vaccines can lead to the development of autism-like damage

Postnatal exposure to a mercury preservative commonly used in a number of childhood vaccines can lead to the development of autism-like damage

U.S. adolescents more likely to engage in violent behavior than youth in other countries

U.S. adolescents more likely to engage in violent behavior than youth in other countries

Discovery could pave the way to smallpox Immunity

Discovery could pave the way to smallpox Immunity

Untreated prostate cancer can turn to lethal disease over long-term

Untreated prostate cancer can turn to lethal disease over long-term

Study looks at between inhalation of small particles, reduced heart rate variability and death

Study looks at between inhalation of small particles, reduced heart rate variability and death

UN focus on child rights in Myanmar

UN focus on child rights in Myanmar

UN focus on child rights in El Salvador

UN focus on child rights in El Salvador

Velcade major improvement over standard therapy for relapsed multiple myeloma

Velcade major improvement over standard therapy for relapsed multiple myeloma

Smokers who quit before the age of 35 have a reasonable chance to regain their health

Smokers who quit before the age of 35 have a reasonable chance to regain their health

60,000 set to run in race for the cure

60,000 set to run in race for the cure

Drug Tarceva improves survival chance for patients with advanced lung cancer

Drug Tarceva improves survival chance for patients with advanced lung cancer

Cancer rates falling in the US

Cancer rates falling in the US

Dire health consequences for millions of people in Darfur, Sudan

Dire health consequences for millions of people in Darfur, Sudan

Pollution can contribute to the development of cardiovascular diseases

Pollution can contribute to the development of cardiovascular diseases