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Temporary Artificial Heart Wins U.S. Approval      10/18/04

The first artificial heart won U.S. approval Monday for use as a temporary measure to keep alive patients on the verge of death while they wait for live organs to become available for transplants. more...

Yankees Stun BoSox 19-8 for 3-0 ALCS Lead      10/17/04

The Yankees kept circling the bases, battering Boston's beleaguered pitching staff. By the time the long, long night ended with a devastating 19-8 rout over the Red Sox, the dreaded New Yorkers were just one game away from a shocking sweep. more...

Herbal Cholesterol Drug Bad Mix for Many Prescription Meds      10/17/04

The cholesterol-lowering herbal drug gugulipid breaks down about 60 percent of prescription drugs, including some used to fight AIDS (news - web sites) and cancer, says a University of Kansas study. more...

FDA Orders Strong Antidepressant Warnings      10/16/04

The Food and Drug Administration on Friday ordered that all antidepressants carry "black box" warnings that they "increase the risk of suicidal thinking and behavior" in children who take them. more...

U.N. Health Body Warns Against 'Kitchen Killer'      10/15/04

Some 1.6 million people, mainly small children, die each year from a "kitchen killer" -- disease brought on by inhaling smoke from cooking stoves and indoor fires, the World Health Organization said on Friday. more...

Mobile Phones Increase Tumor Risk, Study Says      10/14/04

Ten or more years of mobile phone use increases the risk of developing acoustic neuroma, a benign tumor on the auditory nerve, according to a study released on Wednesday by Sweden's Karolinska Institute. more...

Obesity Surgery Could Cure Diabetes      10/13/04

Patients who undergo obesity surgery get far more than cosmetic benefits — many also shed fat-related ailments including diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol, researchers say. more...

MYC gene can be turned off to stop liver cancer      10/12/04

Researchers in California have managed to turn off the MYC gene and thus allowing liver cancer cells to revert to being normal healthy. more...

Mental Health Plays Part in Marital Bliss      10/11/04

Satisfaction with marriage is affected by the mental health of both spouses, says a study in the October issue of the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. more...

Beijing to Install Condom Machines to Fight AIDS      10/10/04

Beijing will install about 1,000 condom vending machines in hotels, bars, universities and on construction sites in the Chinese capital this month to fight the spread of AIDS, the official Xinhua news agency said on Sunday. more...

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