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International commitment to reduce maternal and child deaths by 2015 will not be met

International commitment to reduce maternal and child deaths by 2015 will not be met

Zinc appears to help boys learn

Zinc appears to help boys learn

Obesity may hinder body's ability to control influenza infection

Obesity may hinder body's ability to control influenza infection

Dramatic evidence of the importance of visual cues in the control of food intake

Dramatic evidence of the importance of visual cues in the control of food intake

Effect of individualized diets on chronic disease risk

Effect of individualized diets on chronic disease risk

Peanuts back in fashion!

Peanuts back in fashion!

Need for pediatricians to partner with community-based organizations

Need for pediatricians to partner with community-based organizations

Soy is well accepted in school lunches

Soy is well accepted in school lunches

Breakthrough in the understanding of the spread of cholera

Breakthrough in the understanding of the spread of cholera

New trial for treatment of liver disease

New trial for treatment of liver disease

Why do black South Africans have a low hip fracture rate despite low calcium intake?

Why do black South Africans have a low hip fracture rate despite low calcium intake?

Too much iron could increase cancer risk

Too much iron could increase cancer risk

280 million pound package to transform the quality of school meals

280 million pound package to transform the quality of school meals

Grapes inhibit cancer growth

Grapes inhibit cancer growth

Massive weight loss conference hits Dallas

Massive weight loss conference hits Dallas

Vaccine prevents deadly pneumonia in African children

Vaccine prevents deadly pneumonia in African children

Variation in the gene ENPP1 may predict risk for diabetes

Variation in the gene ENPP1 may predict risk for diabetes

Docosahexaenoic acid may protect against the accumulation of a protein believed to be linked to Alzheimer's disease

Docosahexaenoic acid may protect against the accumulation of a protein believed to be linked to Alzheimer's disease

Tummy size an indicator of potential diabetes

Tummy size an indicator of potential diabetes

Schiavo case - Judge refuses to allow feeding tube to be reinserted

Schiavo case - Judge refuses to allow feeding tube to be reinserted

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