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U.S. Had Just 37 Cases of Measles in '04      12/08/05

The U.S. had just 37 cases of measles in 2004, the smallest number in more than 90 years of record-keeping, the government said Thursday. more...

Spanish-Language Food Pyramid Released      12/07/05

Alarmed by the high rate of obesity among Hispanics, the U.S. Department of Agriculture released its first Spanish translation Wednesday of the food pyramid, the government's handy guide to good nutrition. more...

Panel Doesn't Want Junk Food Aimed at Kids      12/06/05

SpongeBob SquarePants, Shrek and other characters kids love should promote only healthy food, a panel of scientists recommended. more...

Thousands of Babies Have Strokes Annually      12/05/05

It looked like a seizure when little Alexzandra Gonzales jerked and then went limp, barely breathing. A frantic race to the hospital led to a diagnosis her parents found hard to believe: Just days before her first birthday, she had had a stroke. more...

Professor Loses Weight With No-Diet Diet      12/04/05

When Steven Hawks is tempted by ice cream bars, M&Ms and toffee-covered almonds at the grocery store, he doesn't pass them by. He fills up his shopping cart. more...

Ukraine Reports First Outbreak of Bird Flu      12/03/05

Ukraine reported on Saturday its first outbreak of bird flu, discovered among some 1,500 dead chickens and geese in the Black Sea region of Crimea. more...

First Face Transplant Patient Recovering      12/02/05

As she held the mirror up to her new face, the woman looked at her reflection. She paused for a moment. Unable to speak because of the breathing tube in her throat, she wrote a note, "Merci." Thank you. more...

Surgeons Criticized Over Face Transplant      12/01/05

Doctors who gave a French woman the world's first partial face transplant did not try normal reconstructive surgery first, raising questions about whether the operation was medically ethical, a surgeon familiar with the case said Thursday. more...

Indonesia to Make Bird Flu Drug Tamiflu      11/25/05

JAKARTA, Indonesia - Indonesia said Friday it would begin producing the bird flu drug Tamiflu, while Vietnam and China reported new outbreaks of the virus among poultry. more...

China Has 2nd Human Death From Bird Flu      11/23/05

China on Wednesday reported its second confirmed human death from bird flu, while tests showed a teacher who fell ill elsewhere in the country does not have the H5N1 bird flu virus. more...

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