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Rise in Antidepressants Prescribed for Children: Study      11/18/04

Doctors are prescribing more antidepressants for children and adolescents although there is little evidence about their safety or efficacy in youngsters, researchers said on Thursday. more...

Nash Leads Suns Past Mavericks 107-101      11/17/04

Back in Dallas, Steve Nash deftly ran the Phoenix offense and set up his new teammates with one smooth pass after another. Nash dished out 18 assists, most in the NBA this season, and scored 17 points to lead Phoenix past the Mavericks 107-101 on Tuesday. It was his first game against his former team since signing with the Suns for $60 million guaranteed last summer, and Nash looked right at home. more...

Study: an Apple a Day Really Does Keep Doctor Away      11/17/04

An apple a day really does keep the doctor away, thanks to strong antioxidants that fight cell damage, U.S. researchers reported on Tuesday. more...

Union leader's killing stirs request for probe      11/17/04

murder is related to his leadership position with the Teamsters and intention to meet with labor leaders and port drivers in El Salvador, Nicaragua and Honduras more...

Rumsfeld Urges Latin America to Unite in Terror War      11/16/04

The secretary, nearing the end of a week-long trip that has also taken him to El Salvador, Nicaragua and Panama to promote regional security, praised Ecuador more...

Eagles Clobber Cowboys 49-21      11/16/04

Donovan McNabb led Philadelphia to six touchdowns, throwing three of them to Terrell Owens, and topped them all with his amazing improvisation, then Lito Sheppard added a 101-yard interception return for one final score, helping the Eagles resoundingly bounce back from their first loss of the season with a 49-21 victory over the reeling Cowboys. more...

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...

Patriots Blow Out Bills in 29-6 Victory      11/15/04

Tom Brady showed the trophy-toting Boston Red Sox they're not the only champions who can dominate. The New England Patriots beat the Buffalo Bills 29-6 on Sunday night behind two touchdown passes by the MVP in two of the last three Super Bowls — after Curt Schilling and Johnny Damon participated in a pregame ceremony for the World Series winners. 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...

Is the stability of Nicaragua at risk?      11/15/04

Nicaragua's federal controller's office has accused Bolaños of failing to explain where the $7 million he used in his 2001 presidential campaign came from. more...

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