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FDA debates stricter regulation of salt in food
Persembe, 29.11.2007, 08:27pm
COLLEGE PARK, Maryland (Reuters) - U.S. health regulators on Thursday debated a consumer group's bid to boost regulation of salt in food and revoke the ingredient's "generally recognized as safe" status.
Animal health seen crucial in bird flu battle
Persembe, 29.11.2007, 08:00pm
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Most governments are working quickly to attack avian flu when it pops up among birds but the virus is now entrenched in at least three countries, the United Nations and World Bank reported on Thursday.
Elderly to benefit from newer heart stents
Persembe, 29.11.2007, 01:07pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Stents coated with the drug sirolimus are safe and effective for treating elderly heart patients with blocked coronary arteries, according to a new report.
China lists substandard Wal-Mart, Carrefour goods
Persembe, 29.11.2007, 12:01pm
BEIJING (Reuters) - China has published a blacklist of substandard toy jugs and children's shoes sold at Wal-Mart stores and drawing pens from French retailer Carrefour in a quality sweep on children's goods sold at Beijing supermarkets.
Bad diet ups cancer risk for poor, black women
Persembe, 29.11.2007, 11:34am
ATLANTA (Reuters) - Poor black women in U.S. cities face a greater risk of getting cancer because of unhealthy diets, according to a report released on Wednesday that says the finding applies to other ethnic groups.
China AIDS rate slows, main transmission now sex
Persembe, 29.11.2007, 11:30am
BEIJING (Reuters) - The rate of new HIV/AIDS infections in China is slowing and is now mainly being transmitted through sex, which the government could tackle with a circumcision campaign, the health minister said on Thursday.
U.S. obesity rates level off: government study
Carsamba, 28.11.2007, 11:11pm
CHICAGO (Reuters) - After 25 years of successive increases, obesity rates in the United States are holding steady, government health officials said on Wednesday.
Family history a risk factor for asthma death
Carsamba, 28.11.2007, 10:02pm
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - An analysis of genealogy records linked to death certificates in Utah suggests that the risk of dying from an asthma attack is hereditary.
Excessive CT scans pose radiation risk: doctors
Carsamba, 28.11.2007, 10:01pm
BOSTON (Reuters) - They save lives and speed diagnosis but the 62 million CT scans done in the United States each year may soon be responsible for 2 percent of all cancers, two researchers said on Wednesday.
Glaxo asthma drug needs kid risk warning: FDA panel
Carsamba, 28.11.2007, 07:58pm
GAITHERSBURG, Maryland (Reuters) - U.S. regulatory advisers on Wednesday recommended strengthening safety warnings on GlaxoSmithKline Plc's asthma drug Serevent amid new reports of deaths in children taking the drug.
Alzheimer's, high blood pressure linked in study
Carsamba, 28.11.2007, 05:51pm
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Having high blood pressure reduces blood flow in the brains of Alzheimer's patients, making them more vulnerable to the effects of the disease, researchers reported on Wednesday.
Study maps brain abnormalities in autistic children
Carsamba, 28.11.2007, 04:40pm
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Autistic children have more gray matter in areas of the brain that control social processing and sight-based learning than children without the developmental disability, a small study said on Wednesday.

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