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Long Computer Use May Be Linked to Eye Disease      11/16/04

Hours in front of a computer screen may increase the risk of glaucoma in people who are myopic or short-sighted, Japanese scientists said on Tuesday. more...

SARS Seen Re-Emerging in China, But No Epidemic      11/15/04

SARS is expected to emerge in China again this winter, but an epidemic is unlikely as the world's most populous country is better prepared this time round, health officials say. more...

New Hope for Alzheimer's Patients      11/14/04

Watching a loved one slowly succumb to the memory-robbing illness known as Alzheimer's disease can be devastating. more...

Paxil Appears to Be Effective for OCD in Kids      11/13/04

Paxil is a safe and effective treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) in children and adolescents, according to the results of a short-term study published in the November issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. more...

Glaxo Vaccine Stops Virus Linked to Cancer -Study      11/12/04

It's one of the most common cancers in women and kills about a quarter of a million patients each year but scientists said on Friday that a new vaccine could prevent most cases of cervical cancer. more...

Breastfeeding May Lower Childhood Leukemia Risk      11/11/04

Breastfeeding for even a few months may lower the odds that a child will develop leukemia, a new research review suggests. more...

Sanofi Diet Drug Gets Raves, Caution from Doctors      11/10/04

At a time when the drug industry is being pounded with recalls and government investigations while turning out few major new drugs, French drugmaker Sanofi-Aventis appears to have a big winner on its hands. more...

Red, Processed Meats Up Diabetes Risk      11/09/04

Red meats and processed meats such as hot dogs appear to increase the risk of diabetes, as does a heavily "Western" diet, according to new research released Monday. more...

Obesity as Unhealthy as Heart Failure -Study      11/08/04

Very obese people are as unhealthy, and probably as likely to die, as patients with heart failure, U.S. researchers reported on Sunday. more...

US FDA to Review Post-Market Safety Checks      11/07/04

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Friday asked an outside group to review the way the agency monitors safety risks of medicines after they hit the market, such as Merck & Co. Inc.'s withdrawn painkiller Vioxx. more...

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