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All the News Posted August 2, 2010


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Scientists say vaccine to eliminate stress

Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Practices: Survey of US Physicians 18 Months After Licensure

Vaccines Beneath The Surface Part 1

Home quarantines advisable for swine flu victims: Docs

Australia: A Grieving Family and Baseless Accusations

Misleading Claims About Vaccination Putting Lives At Risk

LN: Failure to vaccinate to be no longer punishable for Czechs

Mixed Feeling About HPV Vaccine

Meningococcal vaccination required for college dorm residents

New meningitis spray praised by charity trust

Prevention of rotavirus gastroenteritis in infants and children: rotavirus vaccine safety, efficacy, and potential impact of vaccines

Update on Seasonal Influenza Vaccination of Children

Docs caught administering H1N1 vaccines in Vastrapur

Flu Vaccines Being Shipped Early

Hopkins Nursing collaborates to immunize Baltimore kids

£1.2bn spent to beat swine flu... and just 26 lives saved

Pandemic (H1N1) 2009 - update 111

Kerala state launches second phase of H1N1 immunisation

Monday Medical: Risks of bacterial meningitis

Two swine flu deaths in Orissa

Northern India might have more swine flu cases: health official

GPs given new guide to help spot meningitis as lawsuits mount

Bacterial meningitis victim counts herself lucky to be alive

One Whooping Cough-Related Death in San Diego County in Nine Years

Whooping cough rise brings immunisation warning

A Pox on the Taxpayer

Strong WA support for childhood vaccines

Study: Vaccine may block tumor growth

URGENT: Activist Jane Burgermeister Threatens Suicide on Her Blog Today; How We Might Help

News break: "Pig MRSA" ST398 involved in the death of a child?

Separate ward in city hospital opened to tackle swine flu

SGPGI campus resident tests positive for swine flu

CDA achieves highest ever target in anti-polio campaign

Mayor moots private Bill on post-polio syndrome

Polio booths to come up along Nepal border

Public input needed in health policy

Health district plans immunization drive

Army Suicide Report Ignores Suicide-Causing Drugs

Massachusetts Gift Ban For Doctors Remains Intact

Mom Who Killed Self And Autistic Son Left Tragic Blog Post

Merck EPS Beats Estimates by $0.04 - cbl

WHO fears outbreak of epidemics

Letter: Combat whooping cough

Significant anti-tumour activity of adoptively transferred T cells elicited by intratumoral dendritic cell vaccine injection through enhancing the ratio of CD8+ T cell/regulatory T cells in tumour

Autism and Heavy Metals: An Interview With Mary Catherine DeSoto, Ph.D.

U.S. regulators lack data on health risks of most chemicals

Annals of Government Medicine

The New York Times Exposes “Science”Blogs

'Derek told the medics they MUST give me a blood test ..I owe my life to him'

Fight HIV With Empathy

Transforming Clinical Research in the United States

Epidemiology of viral respiratory tract infections in a prospective cohort of infants and toddlers attending daycare

Secular trends in pediatric antiretroviral treatment programs in rural and urban Zambia: a retrospective cohort study

Anger over NHI secrecy

Resources and Support for Homeless Individuals with AutismAutism Research Institute VOTE for ARI

A decade of animal safety and efficacy testing – visualised

UK Uses Fewer Animals In Toxicology Testing

Roche to Face Hollywood Stars in Accutane Trial

15pc of national budgets to go to health

Montana State University sets record for research funding: $109.5M

Back-To-School Immunizations Available

A sniff of a nanotech insulin nasal spray 

Physical interventions to interrupt or reduce the spread of respiratory viruses: a Cochrane review.

Economic woes exacerbate Eastern Equine Encephalitis outbreak in Southwest Michigan

‘An inheritance isn’t everything’

Should public health be a priority to the governments of the world?

Don't let irrational fears control your life

DC Public Health Division offers array of services

International Workshops on Opportunistic Protists at UH-Hilo (Aug. 1-5)

The five-second rule? Location, not time, is key

Study Results Show That Oral Contraceptives/Hormone Replacement Therapy May Protect Against Brain Aneurysms

Stigmatizing Experiences of Parents of Children With a New Diagnosis of ADHD

Laura's Law will save mentally ill, S.F. budget

Chemical SecuritySenate panel affirms current rules for safeguarding chemical facilities

At Harborview's leprosy clinic, doctors treat stigma along with the disease

India, US join to boost healthcare sector

Four Veterans Detected Positive for Hepatitis

Pharma Takes Control Of Distribution Chains

Hepatitis C screening campaign uncovers several dozen cases

Hepatitis C Remains a Major Health Challenge for HIV-infected Persons

Pills to treat non-food allergies on horizon

New Jersey State Senate Approves P.A.N.D.O.R.A. Neuroendocrineimmune (NEI) Center Resolution

New Diagnostic Lab Network to be Set up

Recognizing signs of dehydration

Epidemiological Research

PepsiGate: The Pepsi Science Challenge

New Defense Learned Intermediary Wins In Pennsylvania

Situation may lead to health care 'disaster'

Adult stem cell studies abound for heart, diabetes, MS; far ahead of embryonic research

Physicians perform poorly when patients need special care

Prospective study of sensitization and food allergy to flaxseed in 1317 subjects.

Snake venom may cure heart disease,cancer

New mental health ER opens in Baton Rouge

Regular exercise is best defense

[Editorial] Alternative medicine

A day with the doctor

In the Works: Immunotherapy for food allergies

Adoption of healthy nutrition practices urged at 1st GCC Symposium on Clinical Nutrition

Rabies in paradise

Rabies Epidemic Poses Threats To Bali

Early Medical and Behavioral Characteristics of NICU Infants Later Classified With ASD

Reducing Childhood Mortality From Diarrhea and Lower Respiratory Tract Infections in Brazil

Household Cleaning Product-Related Injuries Treated in US Emergency Departments in 1990–2006

CDX2 in Congenital Gut Gastric-Type Heteroplasia and Intestinal-Type Meckel Diverticula

Acute, Reversible Axonal Energy Failure During Stroke-Like Episodes in MELAS

Characterization of Immune Responses to Capsid Protein p24 of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 and Implications for Detection

International Variations in Harsh Child Discipline

Multiple neural tube defects in the same patient with no neurological deficit

Geoepidemiology of autoimmune rheumatic diseases

Hypernatremia and grade III/IV intraventricular hemorrhage among extremely low birth weight infants

Pregnancy-related diabetes likely to recur: Study

Bilirubin Binding Contributes to the Increase in Total Bilirubin Concentration in Newborns With Jaundice

Influence of Peers on Breastfeeding Discontinuation Among New Parents: The Melbourne InFANT Program

Cardiac Findings in Congenital Muscular Dystrophies

Does neonatal and infant neurodevelopmental morbidity of multiples and singletons differ?

Vitamin K deficiency bleeding presenting as impending brain herniation

Acute Drug Administration in Epilepsy: A Review

Do risk factors for persistent asthma modify lung function in infants and young children with recurrent wheeze?

The prevalence of atopic dermatitis in children is influenced by their parents' education: results of two cross-sectional studies conducted in Upper Austria

Path That Stops Cells Consuming Themselves For Energy May Help Understanding Of Cancer And Aging

A Randomized Controlled Trial of Growth Hormone in Active Pediatric Crohn Disease

Herbs for Liver Diseases - Natural Treatment and Herbal Remedies

Richey: Elder offers a dose of preventative medicine

Low self-esteem can make you sick

Food Watchdog Investigates Secret Sales of Milk From Cloned Cows

Deficits in Early Infancy May Point to Autism

Abandoned Swazi toddler going to the states?

Autism: Educate thy neighbor.

Age of Diagnosis Among Medicaid-Enrolled Children With Autism, 2001–2004

Tried methods in autism treatment

Stirring the Pot

A mother's denial, grief and joy at the VIP world of autism

Finally, help for autistic kids

A School District That Takes the Isolation Out of Autism

Camp stresses social skills for kids with autism

For children with autism, a new possibility for treatment (includes video)

Fragile Promises: Medical breakthrough may give hope to thousands (With Video)

Explaining death to children with autism

A Parent's Worst Nightmare: PW Talks with Antoinette van Heugten 

The first autistic kid in school

Our Very First Trip to the Movies

Therapy dogs bring comfort to hospital patients

All for Aiden Mother of autistic South Elgin child moving mountains to get him therapy

Two charged with neglect after child in diaper found wandering Clearwater road

Appreciating special talents

Derek Paravicini, a Blind Savant, Displays Brilliant Piano Ability on '60 Minutes'

A survey assessing the presence of "medical home" for adults with disabilities in Connecticut.

Council chief's passionate plea for re-think on special needs cuts

Art in the hands of a boy with autism

New store caters to caretakers of autistic children

Treatment is right on beat

The Austim Calendar

Contest celebrates the bond between mother and child

Planning can reduce the back-to-school patient crunch

Physicians reluctant to report impaired colleagues, study says

Consumer genetic testing has little value, GAO report says

EMR bonus program poses tight deadline for physicians

Families' optimism often at odds with physicians' prognoses

Medical team gives Oregon woman a new face

Health reform rule regulates insurance appeals process

Tax breaks for residents to get Supreme Court review

Orthopedic surgeon keeps homes environmentally sound

Iowa practices get recruiting help from state medical society

Nixed Medicare consultation codes force doctors to make cutbacks

Medical societies demand insurers rethink doctor cost ratings

Medical homes for Medicaid: The North Carolina model

Health reform rule makes preventive care free for many

Health plans encounter resistance to higher premiums

Tenn. firm barred from pursuing alleged overpayments

Maine seeks reform waiver on insurer spending rule

A more efficient claims process

A prescription for health care system stakeholders

News in a nutshell

One on One: Cell talk

Radical Thinking

Letters to the Editor


News briefs: Government & Medicine

News briefs: Professional Issues

News briefs: Business


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