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May 4, 2009

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Official Says H1N1 Vaccine Will be Ready By Fall

According to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, a flu vaccine for the new strain of H1N1 virus as well as seasonal flu will be ready for autumn. More

 
Cryptosporidiosis under-recognized in the elderly

Cryptosporidiosis--an illness characterized by diarrhea, fever, and chills--appears to be under-reported in the U.S. elderly population, Massachusetts-based researchers report. More

 
FDA, CDC: Don't eat raw alfalfa sprouts
The FDA and the CDC are advising people not to eat raw alfalfa sprouts after at least 31 people were sickened by Salmonella Saintpaul infection. Those cases have occurred in six states: Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Utah, and West Virginia. More
 


Eating well-done meat may increase pancreatic cancer risk
Eating charred, well-done meat on a regular basis may increase your risk of pancreatic cancer by up to 60%, according to findings from a University of Minnesota study presented this week at the annual American Association of Cancer Research meeting in Denver, Colo. More
 
Surprising new treatment for childhood eczema
Researchers from the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine have discovered powerful relief in the form of diluted beach baths. It's a cheap, simple and safe treatment that drastically improves the rash as well as reduces flare-ups of eczema, which affects 17% of school-age children. More
   
Circumcision can reduce AIDS risk, study shows
Circumcision does not decrease a man's sexual pleasure or function, but it does help reduce his risk of contracting the AIDS virus and suffering a penile injury, according to two new studies. More
   
How Proper Documentation May Reduce Your Lawsuit Risk
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