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Breast Cancer Study Halted After Deaths      05/17/05

A study in which women with breast cancer were given two chemotherapy drugs simultaneously was cut short after the combination contributed to the deaths of two patients and caused life-threatening complications in an alarming number of others. more...

Breast Cancer Drug Could Benefit Prostate      05/14/05

A new study gives encouraging signs that a hormonal drug used to fight breast cancer might help prevent abnormal prostate growths from turning into cancers. more...

Video Games May Help Stroke Victims      05/12/05

When stroke victims played virtual reality games in which they imagined they were diving with sharks or snowboarding down a narrow slope, their ability to walk eventually improved, researchers reported in a small study. more...

Study: Data May Predict Sudden Heart Death      05/11/05

People whose hearts beat too fast during rest and too sluggishly during exercise have a greater risk than others of dropping dead suddenly from a heart attack, a study suggests. more...

Gay Men Respond Differently to Pheromones      05/09/05

Gay men's brains respond differently from those of heterosexual males when exposed to a sexual stimulus, researchers have found. The homosexual men's brains responded more like those of women when the men sniffed a chemical from the male hormone testosterone. more...

WHO Asks Islamic Nations for Polio Funds      05/08/05

The U.N. health agency on Saturday urged wealthy Islamic countries to contribute more to the global campaign to eradicate polio, warning that lack of funds could endanger efforts to wipe out the crippling disease by the end of this year. more...

WHO Asks Wealthy Countries for Polio Funds      05/05/05

The U.N. health agency on Saturday urged wealthy Islamic countries to contribute more to its global campaign to eradicate polio, saying lack of funds could endanger efforts to wipe out the crippling disease by the end of this year. more...

Researchers Tested Drugs on Foster Kids      05/04/05

Government-funded researchers tested AIDS drugs on hundreds of foster children over the past two decades, often without providing them a basic protection afforded in federal law and required by some states, an Associated Press review has found. more...

Group Pushes Restricting of Cold Medicine      05/03/05

An association representing more than 36,000 pharmacies is issuing guidelines for possible federal legislation to restrict sales of cold medications containing a substance often used in the illegal manufacture of methamphetamine — or "speed." more...

Study: Obesity a Problem Among Affluent      05/02/05

The poor are most likely to be fat, but the more affluent are closing the gap. Obesity is growing fastest among Americans who make more than $60,000 a year, researchers reported Monday. more...

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