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Folate Does Not Appear to Increase Chance of Twins      03/18/05

Despite some evidence to the contrary, the folate supplements women are advised to take before getting pregnant do not appear to significantly boost the odds of having twins, according to the results of a large study. more...

Xolair 'Add-On' Useful in Uncontrolled Asthma      03/17/05

Individuals with severe persistent asthma who fail to gain adequate control despite standard treatment with multiple anti-asthma drugs, may benefit from the addition of Xolair (omalizumab), a study suggests. more...

Mercury Pollution, Autism Link Found - U.S. Study      03/16/05

Mercury released primarily from coal-fired power plants may be contributing to an increase in the number of cases of autism, a Texas researcher said on Wednesday. more...

FDA Panel Backs 2 New Whooping Cough Vaccines      03/15/05

A U.S. advisory panel on Tuesday urged approval for two new vaccines designed to elevate immunity against whooping cough, a disease that is making a comeback despite widespread immunization of children. more...

China Launches First Human Trials of AIDS Vaccine      03/13/05

China, criticized for a slow initial response to its AIDS/HIV crisis, has begun its first human trials of a new AIDS vaccine, Xinhua news agency said. more...

Canada 'Nowhere Near' Internet Pharmacy Clampdown      03/12/05

Canada said on Friday it was "nowhere near" deciding how to clamp down on Internet pharmacies that send cheap medicine to the United States, often without Canadian doctors having seen the patients. more...

Baby's Size Linked to Birth Size of Both Parents      03/11/05

Having a father who was a small infant more than triples the chances that a baby will also be born small. Furthermore, if this is the case for the mother as well, the likelihood is over 16 times greater, according to study findings reported by French and US researchers. more...

Hepatitis Outbreaks Tied to Use of Test Devices      03/10/05

Improper use of blood sugar testing devices likely fueled a string of hepatitis B outbreaks in U.S. nursing homes that killed two diabetics and sent a number of others to hospital, federal and state health officials said on Thursday. more...

Early Warning System Seen for Deadly Leg Clots      03/09/05

An early warning system can help doctors prevent many cases of deep-vein thrombosis, the so-called "economy-class syndrome" that causes potentially fatal blood clots, researchers said on Wednesday. more...

Aspirin Therapy Affects Men, Women Differently      03/08/05

Taking a baby aspirin may prevent heart attacks in men, but it does little to ward off a first heart attack in women aged 45 to 64, researchers reported on Monday. more...

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