12/16/2004 6:36:13 PM - 1/21/2005 6:34:28 PM
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Are health savings accounts good medicine?
Walking downhill may lower sugar levels
New guidelines for asthma during pregnancy
It's official: Eat less, get more exercise
AIDS growing at devastating pace in Russia
Is cholesterol pill safe for drugstore shelves?
FDA panel rejects over-the-counter statin
Dads urged to play role in kids' health care
Study: Parental notice wouldn't curb teen sex
Many elderly gamblers betting the farm
Hospital mistakes linked to 20 deaths
Hope for food allergy sufferers?
Should hospitals serve fast food?
How much water is enough during exercise?
Whistleblower says U.S. bungled AIDS study
Panel urges easing of flu shot restrictions
Shopping could be healthy this holiday season
FDA urges alternatives to Celebrex
What's happening to my heart?
Seattle named fittest city in America
WHO officials warn of flu pandemic
Most chains making nutritional details available to public
Special clinics aid foreign-born adopted kids
Naproxen risks may have been overstated
Fit and fat not as healthy as trim and toned
Students recruited to become country doctors
FDA approves new drug for severe pain
Getting the new year off to a running start
Young brothers survive heart transplants
Obesity rising sharply among preschoolers
First public chiropractic school causes stir
Cosmetic procedures gaining among men
Union: Meat plants violate mad cow rules
Extra copies of gene help protect from AIDS
Working up a sweat with 'exergaming'
Companies launch new program for drug discounts
Will new the diet guidelines work?
Celebrex ads misleading, says FDA
Over-the-counter statins would need warning
FDA set to decide on morning-after pill
So just how bad is your child's gym class?
Trans fat-free — the next food fad?
Do fertility clinics need age limits?
'Giant' 17-pound baby born in Brazil
AIDS drugs advised for rape victims
Girl survives rabies with new treatment
Want to lose weight? Stick with your diet
Meat firms accused of weakening food rules
AIDS drug concerns threaten S. Africa program
Sweets often to blame for holiday pounds
Thousands of flu shots could go to waste
Q & A: Breast cancer
Extreme preemies face long-term disabilities
Pfizer to stop advertising Celebrex
Burning off the fat
Study: Teen smoking and drug abuse down
What’s a consumer to do for pain relief?
Nursing home care improving, report finds
Medicare to help older smokers kick habit
New fitness fad: 'Matrix' meets Jackie Chan
Data on 10 popular diet plans are slim
Lawsuit filed in AIDS drug death case
Lawsuit claims Motrin caused child's blindness
Study says eating fast food makes you fat
Standards urged for dietary supplements
Mad cow: one year later
San Francisco weighs law on pet welfare
More adults hit the ice for fitness
Study links diabetes to cancer risk
Word of caution on prostate treatment
Seniors miss out on Web health resources
States looking to Europe for drug imports
Romanian woman, 66, gives birth to baby girl
FDA approves new meningitis vaccine
CDC corrects error in U.S. obesity risks
Cancer now top killer of younger Americans
After California, more states eye stem cell research
New technology helps doctors monitor patients
Benefits of diuretics may outweigh risks
Teen twins undergo gastric bypass surgery
New device detects symptoms of heart failure
Stem cells from fat used to repair girl's skull
What is your risk for a heart attack?
Man who lost 450 pounds set to leave hospital
New Calif. stem cell agency under fire
Drug makers working on complete AIDS pill
Government study led to warning about naproxen
Orphans: Ethiopia’s worsening tragedy
FDA seeks to halt Crestor advertisement
Sudafed’s maker acts to curb meth production
Federal doctors lack whistleblower protections
Ecstasy to be tested on terminal cancer patients
Call for increased FDA power
Health clubs see growing youth market
Canada finds new case of mad cow
One year after mad cow, questions linger