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Latest Health_Medical_Pharma Items
Volunteer staff from the U.S. military's Landstuhl Regional Medical center huddle outside the emergency room doors, waiting under heat lamps on a crisp morning for what has become a daily routine in a decade of war — the arrival on a blue bus of the latest casualties from Iraq and Afghanistan.
The World Health Organization says an outbreak of hand, foot and mouth disease has surged in Vietnam, killing 98 children and sickening more than 42,000 others this year.
Food and Drug Administration advisers voted Friday to require makers of widely used osteoporosis drugs to clarify how long patients should take them for the greatest benefit and least risk.
I loved the "tests" the liberal academics came up with to supposedly prove that those darn Tea Party members are racists ("Academics' papers take dim view of tea partyers," Page I, Sept. 5).
Trouble-prone medical products widely used to surgically repair women's pelvic problems need more stringent tests for safety and effectiveness, government advisers recommended Thursday.
British health officials say they will lift the ban on gay men donating blood _ as long as their last sexual contact with another man was more than one year ago.
NBC News' Andrea Mitchell says she has breast cancer but says it hasn't spread and calls her prognosis "terrific."
After being denied the regular dialysis treatment she needs to survive, Reina Andrade became so sick last week that she passed out and had to be treated in a suburban Atlanta emergency room. With prospects for future treatment uncertain, she boarded a plane Wednesday for her native Honduras.
Amnesty International says some pregnant girls and women in Sierra Leone are still being denied access to free government health care.