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Bush Order Allows Isolation of Those with Bird Flu      04/01/05

President Bush issued a directive on Friday allowing authorities to detain or isolate any passenger suspected of having avian flu when arriving in the United States aboard an international flight. more...

R.J. Reynolds COO Defends Cigarette Ads in Trial      03/31/05

A top R.J. Reynolds Tobacco executive on Thursday, defended the company's advertising policies, testifying during the U.S. racketeering trial against Big Tobacco that the cigarette maker did not aim its popular Camel brand products at children or teenagers. more...

Idaho Couple Can't Sue for Wrongful Birth: Court      03/30/05

An Idaho couple whose child was born with severe defects and later died cannot sue their doctors for a "wrongful birth," the state's top court ruled on Wednesday. more...

Americans Too Sleepy for Sex, Poll Finds      03/29/05

Many Americans are so sleepy that they are having problems in their marriages, making mistakes at work and even going without sex, according to a report released on Tuesday. more...

Raw Food Vegans Thin But Healthy, Study Finds      03/28/05

People on strict raw food vegetarian diets are thin but healthy, U.S. researchers reported on Monday. more...

Roche, GSK Say FDA Okays Monthly Osteoporosis Drug      03/26/05

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a monthly version of osteoporosis drug Boniva, Roche Holding AG and GlaxoSmithKline Plc said on Friday. more...

When It Comes to Chocolate, Order Dark, Not White      03/22/05

may help reduce blood pressure and boost the body's ability to metabolize sugar from food, according to the results of a small study. more...

Computer Test Accurately Detects Early Alzheimer's      03/21/05

Researchers have developed a more accurate version of a standard test to detect dementia and cognitive impairment that takes only about 10 minutes to administer, according to a report in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. more...

Caffeine Impairs Sugar Metabolism      03/20/05

Caffeine intake makes insulin more resistant to changes in blood sugar levels, Canadian researchers report. This effect was observed both in patients with and those without diabetes and could not be reversed with regular exercise or weight. more...

Basic Services Need to be Improved in Latin America to Fight Inequality      03/19/05

service coverage, particularly in education and health," said Guillermo ... countries (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras more...

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