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Flu Vaccine an Issue in Presidential Race      10/20/04

As public health officials scramble to find more flu vaccine and experts debate how to increase the U.S. supply, John Kerry hopes voters will come to one conclusion: The severe shortage the United States now faces is President Bush's fault. more...

Rebels on trial for village massacre      10/20/04

SIX former paramilitary fighters have gone on trial in Guatemala for killing scores of women and children in a 1982 massacre. According more...

Astros Beat Cards, Take NLCS Series Lead      10/19/04

On a night when pitching suddenly took over the NL playoffs, someone was bound to get a hit. Fortunately for the Houston Astros, Jeff Kent stepped up. more...

Red Sox Beat Yankees 5-4 in 14 Innings      10/19/04

Just like the game that seemed it would never end, Boston's season just won't end. David Ortiz's RBI single on the 471st pitch of the game with two outs in the 14th inning capped a second straight amazing comeback in less than 24 hours Monday night and gave the Red Sox a 5-4 victory over the New York Yankees in the AL championship series. more...

Chicago Group Tackles Childhood Obesity      10/19/04

Yoga and dance workshops for kids and parents at a museum. Free bike locks to encourage students to cycle to school. A food bank that offers fitness workouts along with hot meals for children. These are among the projects encouraged by a 2-year-old Chicago consortium tackling childhood obesity. more...

Number of undocumented immigrant children rises      10/19/04

that was captured by the US Border Patrol, and she spent the next 10 months in an El Paso group home wondering whether she'd see her family in Honduras again. more...

Yankees Look to Close Out Red Sox      10/18/04

About 15 hours after avoiding a sweep by beating the New York Yankees in 12 innings, the Boston Red Sox send Pedro Martinez to the mound Monday for Game 5 of the AL championship series in Boston. Martinez (16-9) faces Mike Mussina (12-9), trying to force the series back to New York. more...

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...

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