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Swampscott hepatitis case spurs vaccinations      09/20/04

A waitress at a Bertucci's Brick Oven Pizzeria in Swampscott has been diagnosed with hepatitis A, prompting the local board of health to order vaccinations for all the restaurant's employees. more...

Hefty Kids Have Higher Risk of Future Heart Attack      09/20/04

Overweight children are three to five times more likely to suffer a heart attack or stroke before they reach 65 than slimmer youngsters, an international charity said Monday. more...

Activists urge African governments to outlaw female circumcision      09/19/04

Activists intensified pressure on African governments to outlaw female circumcision, a custom that has afflicted up to 130 million women and children across the world. more...

Parents Wary of Antidepressants for Kids      09/19/04

Alarmed at a recommendation that antidepressants for children carry a strict new warning label, some parents are not letting their kids take the drugs as part of a clinical trial for young people who have attempted suicide. more...

Condom Mishaps Spell Trouble for Men      09/18/04

A new study of people who visited a Colorado sexually transmitted disease clinic found that about half of those who regularly used condoms reported mishaps ranging from breakage to slippage. more...

Alcohol, Diabetes, Hepatitis Up Liver Cancer Risk      09/18/04

Heavy alcohol use, diabetes, and viral hepatitis combine synergistically to raise the risk of developing liver cancer, according to a new report. more...

Pelvic Exercises Treat Persistent Incontinence      09/17/04

Physical therapy aimed at strengthening the pelvic floor muscles may help many women who suffer lingering incontinence months after giving birth, a study suggests. more...

Eating Habits Improve with Age, Says Study      09/17/04

Adults eat twice as many fruits and vegetables as they did when they were children and take in less fat and sugar, according to a new study. more...

Conjoined twin dies after surgery      09/16/04

One of the year-old conjoined twin girls who underwent surgery to separate their heads died shortly after the procedure was completed, a spokeswoman for the Johns Hopkins Children's Center said early Thursday. more...

Drug May Avert Surgery for Severe Incontinence      09/16/04

Women awaiting surgery to relieve severe stress urinary incontinence may gain significant relief with the drug, leading some to reconsider surgery, a study indicates. more...

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