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  1. Ibuprofen May Reduce the Risk of Parkinson's Disease - TIME
  2. What Is Artificial Insemination? Why Is Artificial Insemination Used?
  3. Obama Proposal Responds To Health Law Challenges - NPR
  4. Sangamo BioSciences Announces Four Data Presentations at CROI 2011 of Novel ... - PR
  5. FDA cracks down on untested cold medicines - BusinessWeek
  6. Minn. head shop owner says fake pot ban won't work - BusinessWeek
  7. Medicaid Program Cost States Hundreds of Billions of Dollars - ThirdAge
  8. Stomach pacemaker could help obese lose weight - Salon
  9. Patrick's Bronx cheer for Romney highlights national emergence - Boston Globe
  10. Tennis: Could compression sock help Serena? - GamingTodaySlotsToday
  11. Congress Delves Into Medicare Fraud - MedPage Today
  12. Regimens: Drugs' Benefits Go Beyond Blood Pressure - New York Times
  13. Culture of greed upsets attempts at health care reform - Boston Globe
  14. Memory cells killed by Alzheimer's grown in laboratory - Telegraph.co.uk
  15. InterMune gets European approval for lung drug - BusinessWeek
  16. Scientists Use Stem Cells, Skin Cells to Create Brain Cells Lost to Alzheimer's - U.S
  17. Tissue Analysis May Help Predict Breast Cancer Outcome - U.S. News & World Report
  18. FDA: migraine drug ups risk for oral birth defects - Reuters
  19. 2 Dozen Volunteers, 96 Minutes of CPR Save Man's Life - AOL Health
  20. Trend reversal: Big drop in kids' ear infections - WTVM
  21. FDA Lifts Liver Warning on PAH Drug - MedPage Today
  22. Docs: Early treatment combats allergies best - USA Today
  23. Walkout at Washington Hospital Center - Washington Post
  24. Municipal health care costs debated in Mass. - Boston Herald
  25. Study: Mom's blood test can reveal Down syndrome - The Associated Press
  26. Parents in Albany, NY, plead for help in finding their missing son - Boston Globe
  27. Found at last, the rogue genes behind heart disease - Daily Mail
  28. Ohio Emergency Medical Services recognizes Red Cross Month - Urbana Daily Citizen
  29. Center to provide women's HIV/STD testing - Lewiston Sun Journal
  30. Sleep-deprived Americans advised to turn off the tech - CTV.ca
  31. Tell Mel: Don't cave in to cancer charities' cold calls - The News-Press
  32. Lehigh doctor wants to help with daylight saving-related sleep loss - The News-Press
  33. Skippy peanut butter recalled due to salmonella - BusinessWeek
  34. Doctors aim to save fertility of kids with cancer - BusinessWeek
  35. New Study Finds Acupuncture May Curb Severity of Hot Flashes - ABC News
  36. More than 500000 teenagers in US suffer from a major eating disorder - Daily Mail
  37. Japan panel finds no link to vaccines,deaths-Kyodo - Reuters
  38. UCLA surgeons perform first hand transplant in California - Los Angeles Times
  39. Mass. Health Reform Hasn't Halted Medical Bankruptcies - U.S. News & World Report
  40. Doctors try new models to push health insurers aside - Washington Post
  41. Mediterranean Diet: Hard For Americans - NewsTabulous
  42. Meet Mr Wong - the happiest person in America - The Guardian
  43. County-Level "Diabetes Belt" Carves a Swath through U.S. South - Scientific American
  44. Meta-Analyses Don't Track the Money - MedPage Today
  45. Kaspar The “Friendly” Robot For Autistic Children - SlashGear
  46. FDA panel advises caution on personal genetic testing - Los Angeles Times
  47. Shorter Is Better in CPR Training - ABC News
  48. States make billions in mental health cuts to shore up budgets as demands for ... - L
  49. Lawyers Prepare to Sue U.S. for Secret Syphilis Experiments on Guatemalans - TIME
  50. Sleep Deprivation May Encourage Risky Decisions - BusinessWeek
  51. Lawmaker Wants Consumers to Have Waiver Rights in Health Overhaul - Wall Street Journ
  52. FDA approves first new drug for lupus in 56 years - BusinessWeek
  53. Houston man found guilty on Medicare fraud charges - BusinessWeek
  54. Hospira gets FDA approval for generic cancer drug - BusinessWeek
  55. Okla. Senate panel to authorize $15M for Medicaid - BusinessWeek
  56. Long-acting insulin provides glucose control: study - CTV.ca
  57. Largest insurer in Mass. suspends directors' pay - BusinessWeek
  58. Daylight Saving Time Sleep Deprivation: Tips That Help - Medical News Today
  59. Animal Study May Explain Low Birth Weight-Obesity Link - U.S. News & World Report
  60. Cup of joe might actually lower stroke risk in women - CTV.ca
  61. Cost Spike of Preterm Labor Drug Is Outrageous - Fox News
  62. CORRECT: Dendreon Gets FDA Approval To Expand Provenge Production - Wall Street Journ
  63. Britain considers allowing 3-parent IVF technique - Reuters
  64. Cancer Survivors in US Climbed 19% in 2007 From 2001, CDC Says in Report - Bloomberg
  65. Anti-VEGF Drug Reverses Diabetic Vision Loss - MedPage Today
  66. FDA takeover: Cost to Tylenol maker - CNNMoney
  67. Daylight Saving Time: How to Cope With the Loss of an Hour - ABC News
  68. Shady Grove Fertility Doctors Offer Nutritional Recommendations For Fertility Patient
  69. Emphysema Found In Blood May Help You Quit Smoking - Medical News Today
  70. Fundraiser planned as part of Red Cross Month - The Tand D.com
  71. Glaxo, Tolerx diabetes drug fails in study - BusinessWeek
  72. Home Genetic Tests May Need Doctor's Involvement: Report - BusinessWeek
  73. Remember to Spring Ahead for Daylight Saving Time - Patch.com
  74. Crisis Worsens at Crippled Nuke Plant in Japan: Reports - U.S. News & World Report
  75. Q&A: Radiation health problems - Financial Times
  76. Japanese Quake Survivors Await Relief as Engineers Battle - Voice of America
  77. Over 100 People Shave Their Heads for St. Baldrick's - Patch.com
  78. Japan Radiation Risk Seen as Low so Far - New York Times
  79. Radiation health risk in Japan called low - USA Today
  80. Relay For Life Monroe-Middletown Team Info Meeting - MainStreetMonroe.com
  81. Radiation health risk in Japan called low - USA Today
  82. Pentagon cancer research budget comes under scrutiny - Washington Post
  83. Infection is main risk for most with radiation sickness - CTV.ca
  84. Saving Money while Helping Patients: Palliative Care Teams in Hospitals - ScienceBlog
  85. Colorado pot predicament: Doctor's rules get hazy - CBS News
  86. Key Protein for Brain Function Identified by Scientists - Fox News
  87. 40% of dads with depression spank their 1-year-olds - USA Today
  88. Tamoxifen Found to Prevent Breast Cancer Deaths in At-Risk Women - MyHealthNewsDaily
  89. Kroger kicks off Daffodil Days Tuesday - WANE
  90. Damaged Nuclear-Power Plants Could Spew Range of Emissions - Wall Street Journal
  91. This Week's Health Industry News - New York Times (blog)
  92. radioactive source is I-131 - Vitals Spotlight
  93. Red Wine may help against Nuclear Toxins - Indian Wine Academy
  94. Amid high demand, states cut mental health care - Washington Post
  95. Radiation Exposure: Fast Facts About Thyroid Cancer and Other Health Risks - TIME
  96. Fatty Fish May Cut Risk of Macular Degeneration - WebMD
  97. Forget the Treadmill. Get a Dog. - New York Times (blog)
  98. Radiation, nuclear emergencies and health risks: It's (past) time to learn the ... -
  99. Radiation, nuclear emergencies and health risks: It's (past) time to learn the ... -
  100. Radiation: When to worry - CNN
  101. Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Week - KIMT
  102. Health Net Loses Sensitive Data for 2M People - ABC News
  103. Ontario baby at centre of ethics debate taken to US for medical treatment - Globe and
  104. Alzheimer's carries heavy toll on 15M unpaid caregivers - USA Today
  105. Facts on Alzheimer's disease in the U.S. - Reuters
  106. Facts on Alzheimer's disease in the U.S. - Reuters
  107. Surgical Technique Helps Adult Male Survivors Of Childhood Cancer Regain Fertility
  108. Male Cancer Survivors Find Path To Fertility And Are Able To Have Families Following
  109. Number of Alzheimer's Caregivers Is Increasing - WebMD
  110. Male Puberty Uncovered: Protein Reveals New Insights
  111. Ind. Medicaid mental health list worries advocates - BusinessWeek
  112. Health watchdog ready to aid Japan in nuclear alert - AFP
  113. FDA Okays New Contrast Agent for Neuro MRIs - MedPage Today
  114. Saving by taking care of the sickest - Politico
  115. Culture of quality may boost outcomes: study - ModernHealthcare.com
  116. National Puppy Day Celebrations - TribLocal
  117. Japan radioactivity could enter food chain - Reuters
  118. MedPAC Calls for Pay Raise for Doctors, Hospitals - HealthLeaders Media
  119. Gilead's high bar for AIDS drugs means R&D slows - San Francisco Chronicle
  120. Mass. Governor finalizes partnership with UK on stem cells - CivSource
  121. Xolair Relieves Kids' Seasonal Asthma Attacks: Study - WebMD
  122. Parkinson's Gene Therapy Improves Symptoms - MedPage Today
  123. Small amounts of radiation headed for California, but no health risk seen - Los Angel
  124. Human Genome Sciences inks cancer drug deal - BusinessWeek
  125. Mont. GOP to tell AG to join health care suit - BusinessWeek
  126. Tobacco cos: Menthol cigs don't pose greater risk - Seattle Times
  127. Mystery Diabetes Type 3 Hybrid; Alzheimer's Drug May Help - Medical News Today
  128. Medical school Match Day goes digital - Reuters
  129. Vanilla, Cherry or Oxycodone - Wall Street Journal
  130. US nuclear plants store more spent fuel than Japan's, experts say - MiamiHerald.com
  131. Interstate compact could help state cut health costs - Houston Chronicle
  132. Radiation: Assessing the Risk in Japan - Discovery News
  133. WHO issues guidelines on radiation exposure - Reuters
  134. Radiation Fears Spark Fake Potassium Iodide Pills, Says FDA - CBS News
  135. Frequent Dialysis Calms Restless Legs in ESRD - MedPage Today
  136. Dukan Diet Taking America By Storm - NewsTabulous
  137. Injection Eases Fecal Incontinence - MedPage Today
  138. HIV Infection Passed Via Donated Kidney: U.S. Report - BusinessWeek
  139. FDA asks for training program on Lilly's Amyvid - BusinessWeek
  140. Stem Cell Therapy Shrinks Enlarged Hearts - BusinessWeek
  141. EHR Adopters: Confident, Or Cocky? - InformationWeek
  142. Enrollment frozen for BadgerCare Basic - BusinessWeek
  143. Arizona shooting inspires Louisville Red Cross to teach lifesaving skills - Louisvill
  144. What Are The Effects Of Radiation On Humans? What Is Radiation Poisoning? - Medical N
  145. St. Baldrick's event shaves heads to help cure cancer, hopes to raise $56K - Green Ba
  146. Light Therapy May Aid Traumatic Brain Injury - MedPage Today
  147. When risks are high, heroes must be repaid - msnbc.com
  148. Bike shop creates breast cancer motorcycle - Lexington Dispatch
  149. Get screened for colorectal cancer - Battle Creek Enquirer
  150. Early-warning diabetes test hope - BBC News
  151. CDC Urges New HIV Testing for Donors - Wall Street Journal
  152. 79% of smokers want to give it up - The Press Association
  153. Will the Dukan Diet Help Solve Americas' Obesity Crisis? - Health Aim
  154. Positive skin cancer drug data boosts Roche - WTAQ
  155. Blood test predicts diabetes risk - Mass Device
  156. Prescriptions: This Week's Health Industry News - New York Times (blog)
  157. Philadelphia diocese faces new priest-abuse suit - Forbes
  158. Overweight? Know your diabetes risk - Chicago Sun-Times
  159. Ind. Expert Helps Craft New Car Seat Guidelines - WRTV Indianapolis
  160. Senior celebration for the affordable care act - Quad-Cities Online
  161. 'Baby Joseph' receives tracheotomy - CNN
  162. Anthem Blue Cross delays $40M Calif rate hike - BusinessWeek
  163. Stem Cell Transplants May Treat Aggressive MS - WebMD
  164. Boston hospital team performs first full face transplant in U.S. - Washington Post
  165. Competitive Job Market Makes Older Men Try Plastic Surgery - City Town Info Education
  166. Safflower oil helps lower heart disease risk - Times of India
  167. Hidden dangers focus of Poison Prevention Week - WNDU-TV
  168. Mental Health Nurses Can Set Bad Example to Patients - ThirdAge
  169. Allergy Drug May Speed Up Kids' Ability to Tolerate Milk - U.S. News & World Report
  170. Adjustable gastric band surgery brings serious risks, says study - CBS News
  171. Virginia pushes anew for Supreme Court review of US health care law - Washington Post
  172. Heart-attack risk spikes after sex, exercise - CNN
  173. Steroids Reduce Risk of Pneumonia in Trauma - MedPage Today
  174. Secret Admirers Give University $100 Million - Wall Street Journal
  175. Trauma Patients Seem More Likely to Survive on Weekends - U.S. News & World Report
  176. How comfort foods beat the blues - Telegraph.co.uk
  177. Heart attack test 'detects more' - BBC News
  178. Stem Cell Transplant May Help Aggressive MS: Study - BusinessWeek
  179. Study Shows Cereal Lowers Blood Pressure - WTMA
  180. Maternal Obesity May Lead To Infertility In The Next Generation
  181. AAAAI: Drug Speeds Up Milk Allergy Treatment - MedPage Today
  182. Arthritis drug could help beat melanoma - msnbc.com
  183. Costly treatment main deterrent, feel experts - Times of India
  184. Sleepy People Overeat - WebMD
  185. Study: The Heart Benefits of Fish May Outweigh the Mercury Risks - TIME
  186. Drug Halts Patient Progress to Type 2 Diabetes - MedPage Today
  187. Exercise May Cut Salt's Effect on Blood Pressure - WebMD
  188. FDA tells Star products not part of tobacco law - BusinessWeek
  189. Gilead HIV drug meets study goal - BusinessWeek
  190. Lab-grown mouse sperm could spawn fertility treatments for men - Los Angeles Times
  191. Exercise May Cut Salt's Effect on Blood Pressure - WebMD
  192. Diabetes Drug Actos May Also Help Prediabetes - WebMD
  193. Insurance director: Health law helping consumers - Forbes
  194. Lab Grown Sperm Could Cure Male Infertility, Experts Say - Fox News
  195. Medical marijuana sales to reach $1.7 billion in 2011, report says - Denver Post
  196. Medical marijuana sales to reach $1.7 billion in 2011, report says - Denver Post
  197. Financial Times, Other Media Outlets Highlight Key Issues In Global TB Fight - Kaiser
  198. Canadian Study Shows Risk Of Prion Disease From Urine-Derived, Injectable Fertility P
  199. Bankers return favour with loan for Tepco - Financial Times
  200. China Issues Nationwide Restrictions on Smoking - New York Times
  201. Skin Cancer Breakthrough: Arthritis Drug Could Be New Weapon Against Melanoma - Medic
  202. Noninvasive Brain Stimulation Improves Swallowing After Stroke - Medscape
  203. 'Staggering' number of Americans turn to food banks - Orlando Sentinel
  204. Hormone therapy helps men with cancer - Times of India
  205. FDA expands approval of Merck shingles vaccine - BusinessWeek
  206. TranS1 gets FDA approval for product - BusinessWeek
  207. Young Parents Diagnosed With Advanced Cancer at Same Time - Fox News
  208. Japanese Lab Understanding Of Spermatogenesis May Cure Male Infertility
  209. FDA Approves Bristol Drug Yervoy To Treat Melanoma - Wall Street Journal
  210. Fact-checking healthcare myths on the anniversary of Obamacare - The Colorado Indepen
  211. Better use of antibiotics will help reduce spread of drug-resistant 'superbugs ... -
  212. Plug Pulled on Surgical Drains - MedPage Today
  213. Laughter, Music May Lower Blood Pressure, Study Says - BusinessWeek
  214. Poor Eating Habits May Lead to Anemia in Older Women - BusinessWeek
  215. Brain Stimulation Might Help Stroke Patients With Swallowing Problems - BusinessWeek
  216. Few complaints from Minn. health plans over Dayton order - Minnesota Public Radio
  217. Xoma Drug Disappoints - Zacks.com
  218. American Cancer staffer sees disease in more than one way - STLtoday.com
  219. Docs warn about Facebook use and teen depression - San Francisco Chronicle
  220. Pfizer arm recalls 2 drugs due to mislabeling - Moneycontrol.com
  221. Regular Screening for Colorectal Cancer Helps Prevent the Spread of the Deadly ... -
  222. Herbal Remedies No Help for Colicky Babies - MedPage Today
  223. The consequences of a donor kidney market - Baltimore Sun
  224. Special Open Door on Home Health Payments - HomeCare
  225. Food Dyes May Exacerbate Hyperactive Behavior In Some Kids - The Consumerist
  226. Drugs 'can prevent breast cancer' - BBC News
  227. More radioactive water spills at Japan nuke plant - The Associated Press
  228. Valencia student has rare hand transplant at Emory University - Los Angeles Times
  229. Study Finds Conflicts Among Panels' Doctors - New York Times
  230. When eating patterns turn deadly: How to talk about an eating disorder - Bangor Daily
  231. Groups ask federal help on disease clusters - The News Journal
  232. FDA approves smarter heart device from Medtronic - BusinessWeek
  233. Less Stress, Better Sleep May Help You Lose Weight - U.S. News & World Report
  234. Medical Marijuana May Impair Thinking of MS Patients - WebMD
  235. Teaching About Social Media Part of Practice, AAP Says - MedPage Today
  236. MRSA Infections May Vary by Season - U.S. News & World Report
  237. No-Scalpel Treatment for Enlarged Prostate - WebMD
  238. Japan vows to review nuclear safety standards - BusinessWeek
  239. Weight Loss Surgery May Improve Migraines - Ivanhoe
  240. Kendall tops state health rankings for second year - Chicago Sun-Times
  241. 'Breast Milk Baby': Does Doll For Girls Cross Line? - ABC News
  242. 9 dead after infection outbreak in Ala hospitals - BusinessWeek
  243. PSA Screening in Older Men Often Unnecessary - MedPage Today
  244. Amgen, Takeda Lung Cancer Drug Failed to Extend Life in Late-Stage Testing - Bloomber
  245. Consumer group urges US ban or warning on food dyes - Reuters
  246. Study: Beautiful people cash in on their looks - USA Today
  247. Combo Regimen Best to Keep Obese Seniors Going - MedPage Today
  248. Medicare to pay for $93000 prostate cancer drug - BusinessWeek
  249. IOM Calls for More Federal Funding of LGBT Health Research - ABC News
  250. AIDS Walk raises $640000 - The South Florida Times