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Swine Flu Less Widespread

Posted: 11/30/2009 - A new government report says swine flu infections seem to be dropping, but the number of children who died with the illness rose by about 30.

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Kids are Watching Hours of TV at Home Daycare

Posted: 11/23/2009 - A new study suggests preschoolers are spending a lot more time watching TV in day care than most parents may have thought -- as many as two hours a day.

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NFL and Union Approve Neurologists

Posted: 11/23/2009 - The NFL and its players union have approved independent doctors to evaluate head injuries for about half of the 32 teams so far as part of a new program.

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FDA Panel Backs Pfizer's Enhanced Vaccine for Kids

Posted: 11/18/2009 - Federal health experts say an updated version of Pfizer's best-selling anti-infection vaccine is safe and effective for infants and toddlers, despite company studies that failed to meet certain goals.

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HHS Secretary says Mammograms Still Vital

Posted: 11/18/2009 - Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius says federal policy on who should get breast cancer screening has not changed.

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Mrs. Obama: Health Overhaul Will Help Older Women

Posted: 11/13/2009 - First lady Michelle Obama is assuring older women they won't be lose Medicare benefits through a health care overhaul and the legislation is designed to bring down their health care costs.

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Pentagon says 300 doses of H1N1 Vaccine at Guantanamo

Posted: 11/10/2009 - The Pentagon says a small shipment of swine flu vaccine has arrived at the Guantanamo Bay military prison. It's unlikely any of the terror detainees held there will get any of the sought-after vaccine now.

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Q & A Lakshmanan Krishnamurti, M.D., about Sickle Cell

Posted: 10/29/2009 - Lakshmanan Krishnamurti, M.D., a pediatric hematologist at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC, talks about a less toxic form of bone marrow transplantation for sickle cell disease.

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Q & A with Dr. Bryan Wall, M.D on shoulders

Posted: 10/26/2009 - Bryan Wall, M.D., an orthopedic surgeon at the Core Institute in Phoenix, Ariz., explains how a new surgery that reverses the anatomy of the shoulder is easing pain for patients with rotator cuff tears with arthritis.

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