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Obesity May Affect Prostate Screening, Study Finds      01/24/05

Obese men may get falsely reassuring results on prostate cancer screening tests, U.S. researchers said on Monday. more...

Lung Cancer Is a Woman's Disease      01/23/05

Think lung cancer, and most people picture a disease that primarily strikes older men who smoke. more...

FDA Delays Nonprescription Morning-After Pill Rule      01/22/05

U.S. regulators on Friday delayed a decision on whether to approve over-the-counter sales of a Barr Pharmaceuticals "morning-after pill" to prevent pregnancy, prompting a lawsuit from a women's rights group. more...

'Morning After' Treatment Advised to Prevent AIDS      01/21/05

A "morning after" treatment for the AIDS virus can help prevent infection after a rape, contact with a contaminated needle or even a night of passion without a condom, U.S. health officials said on Thursday. more...

Daily Drink Improves Thinking in Older Women -Study      01/20/05

Women who enjoy a drink of beer or wine daily have sharper minds into old age than women who abstain, U.S. researchers reported on Wednesday. more...

More Evidence Found of Painkiller Heart Risks      01/17/05

More evidence of how painkillers called COX-2 inhibitors can raise the risk of heart disease was published Monday, showing Pfizer Inc.'s Bextra can triple the risk of heart attack and stroke in certain patients. more...

Women's Groups Pressure FDA on 'Morning-After' Pill      01/16/05

Women's rights groups seeking easier access to emergency contraception are pressuring U.S. regulators as they try to decide whether to approve a non-prescription "morning-after" pill. more...

FDA Panel Rejects Merck OTC Drug      01/15/05

A U.S. advisory panel on Friday urged regulators to reject over-the-counter sales of Merck & Co. Inc.'s cholesterol-lowering drug Mevacor because of doubts the medicine could be used safely without a doctor's guidance. more...

Douching Not Related to Pelvic Disease      01/14/05

Contrary to some past reports, new study findings indicate that women who douche do not increase their risk of pelvic inflammatory disease, or genital infections such as gonorrhea or chlamydia. more...

Prostate Cancer Treatment Poses Bone Risk -Study      01/13/05

An increasingly popular prostate cancer treatment also makes bones brittle and may be responsible for over 3,000 fractures each year in the United States, researchers reported on Wednesday. more...

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