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Drug Firms Make More Study Results Public      12/28/05

Drug companies are making public more information about medical studies they are conducting, but some still withhold key details, a new analysis of a federal registry finds. more...

Doc Makes Candid Comments on HIV Vaccine      12/26/05

WASHINGTON - In an unusually candid admission, the federal chief of AIDS research says he believes drug companies don't have an incentive to create a vaccine for the HIV and are likely to wait to profit from it after the government develops one. more...

Official: Drug Cos. Lack Vaccine Incentive      12/25/05

WASHINGTON - In an unusually candid admission, the federal chief of AIDS research says he believes drug companies don't have an incentive to create a vaccine for the HIV and are likely to wait to profit from it after the government develops one. more...

Unvaccinated Rabies Survivor Thrives      12/24/05

Last December, Jeanna Giese spent Christmas in the hospital, unable to speak or walk as she suffered from the effects of rabies. This year, the 16-year-old is celebrating her improbable survival at home with her family. more...

More Watching Sports, Rather Than Playing      12/21/05

Americans are playing fewer sports but watching more, according a report released Wednesday. more...

Many Teens Would Flunk Treadmill Tests      12/20/05

CHICAGO - About a third of U.S. teens would flunk a treadmill fitness test, a new study shows, meaning that more than 7 million youngsters could face higher risks for heart disease later in life. more...

Heartburn Drugs Linked to Diarrhea      12/19/05

CHICAGO - Holiday revelers beware: Seasonal indulgences like eggnog and fruitcake might give you heartburn, but the acid-fighting medicine you take for relief might lead to something worse, researchers say. more...

Teens Smoking Less, but Using More Pills      12/19/05

WASHINGTON - America's teens are smoking less and popping pain pills more. The lure of the family medicine cabinet helped nearly one in 10 high school seniors try out prescription painkillers last year, even as their generation continued turning away, at least slightly, from smoking and many other drugs. more...

Seoul University Probes Stem Cell Research      12/18/05

SEOUL, South Korea - A panel questioned stem cell researcher Hwang Woo-suk, sealed off his office and secured materials in his laboratory Sunday as it began a probe of allegations he falsified embryonic stem cells that he said he had created in a scientific breakthrough. more...

Doctors: Surgery on Haitian Girl a Success      12/17/05

A Haitian girl gave a thumbs up to doctors Friday morning, a day after they finished removing much of a 16-pound tumor-like mass that had engulfed her face. more...

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