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Sperm donor passed rare disease to 5 kids
A sperm donor passed an extremely rare and dangerous genetic ailment to five children born to four couples, doctors reported Friday in a case that exposes a gap in the screening process.

Family sues salon over death after pedicure

David Jackson holds a photograph of his ex-wife Kimberly Jackson, 46, in Fort Worth, Texas, Wednesday, May 17, 2006. Ms. Jackson's heel was cut with a pumice stone during a July 2005 pedicure and she developed an infected, oozing wound that wouldn't heal despite repeated rounds of antibiotics, relatives said. The 46-year-old died in February of a heart attack triggered by a staph infection, said the family's attorney, Steven C. Laird. (AP Photo/David Pellerin)Texas woman’s family sues salon over her death after pedicure.



Saturated fats are worse than you think
Recent studies remind us that the goal of eating less fat should focus on saturated fat.  Too much saturated fat may be problematic, even if your cholesterol isn’t high.

Even ‘good’ dogs may bite; kids at highest risk
More than 4.7 million Americans are bitten by dogs each year, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics. More than half of all dog bite victims are younger than 14 years of age and 150,000 of these bites are serious enough to require a visit to the emergency department.

Controversial Crohn's drug OK'd for kids
Federal regulators approved Remicade as a treatment for Crohn's disease in children on Friday, just days after publication of a study linking the Johnson & Johnson drug to an increased risk of some cancers in rheumatoid arthritis patients.

Panel urges U.S. to OK cervical cancer vaccine
A vaccine that blocks infection by the two types of viruses that cause most cases of cervical cancer is safe and effective and should be approved, a federal panel recommended.

Drug boosts sex drive, company says
A New Jersey drug company says an inhaler it’s working on could be the long-sought female version of Viagra.

Report: FDA  recommends antibiotic warning
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration reviewers have linked the antibiotic Ketek to 12 cases of liver failure, including four deaths, and is now recommending the company put a warning label on the drug, a newspaper reports.

Testing for bird flu begins in Alaska
Federal scientists have started testing migratory birds for signs of a dangerous bird flu that could show up on this continent this spring.

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Federal scientists have started testing migratory birds for signs of a dangerous bird flu that could show up on this continent this spring.

Dating violence common among U.S. teens
Nearly 1 out of 11 U.S. high school students is subjected to physical violence from their boyfriend or girlfriend each year, the results of a nationwide survey suggest.

Fitness sinful for women in Saudi Arabia?

A Saudi woman walks past pictures of the holy cities of Mecca and Medina at the Souq al-Alawi market in the old town of Jeddah 29 December 2005. The market is the biggest market in Saudi Arabia where hundreds of thousands of Muslims from different countries have so far arrived for the annual pilgrimage to Mecca which begins on January 7. AFP PHOTO/BEHROUZ MEHRI  (Photo credit should read BEHROUZ MEHRI/AFP/Getty Images)There are no laws against women exercising outside their homes in Saudi Arabia, but in this conservative society many are influenced by scholars and clerics who argue against it.


China bans popular breast-enlarging liquid
China has banned a breast-enlarging liquid that was injected into more than 300,000 women and caused such pain for some that they had their breasts removed, a newspaper reported Thursday.


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