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  1. Newborns tested for genectic disorders (AP)
  2. FDA OKs high-tech arm brace for strokes (AP)
  3. Meats, Sweets May Boost Breast Cancer Risk (HealthDay)
  4. Breast Cancer More Aggressive in Black Women (HealthDay)
  5. Libyan court rules on HIV medics' appeal (Reuters)
  6. Chance of rehab 'great' for girl who killed family: psychologist
  7. NY judges skeptical about light cigarettes lawsuit arguments
  8. EPA Investigating Waste at Camp Lejeune
  9. LCQ12: Child and adolescent mental health services
  10. APA to Review 10-Year-Old Policy on Counseling Gays and Lesbians
  11. Tragic end for Texas hate crime victim
  12. Death Sentence Upheld in Libya Case
  13. Betel nut-cancer link takes buzz out of tradition (Reuters)
  14. Inflammatory Genes Raise Lung Cancer Risk (HealthDay)
  15. Bill Welsh of Autism Treatment Trust Shames UK Epedemic Deniers
  16. Require Plans To Screen Behavioral Health
  17. Night Owl Behavior Harmful to Preteens
  18. Risk Factors Influence Parkinson Symptoms
  19. Social Services "BattleSpace": What if Fire Departments Were Privatized? or the CIA?
  20. British woman says she wed bin Laden son
  21. Report: Pavarotti Doing Well
  22. Cancer risk higher with Western diet (AP)
  23. TB patient flees Ark. quarantine (AP)
  24. Breast Cancer Genes Don't Raise Tumor-Linked Death Risk (HealthDay)
  25. Libya upholds death sentence for medics (AP)
  26. Researcher Examines the Effectiveness of Tailored Health Messages
  27. Scottish Cardinal Calls On British Prime Minister Brown To Review U.K.'s Abortion Law
  28. Cancer Risk Higher With Western Diet
  29. County won't ask Fort Collins to spray for mosquitoes
  30. Lung Cancer Survival -- Psychiatric Disorders
  31. Cancer risk higher with Western diet (AP)
  32. Police: E. coli made Colo. inmates sick (AP)
  33. House OKs bill to improve drug safety (AP)
  34. Inflammatory Genes Raise Lung Cancer Risk (HealthDay)
  35. Breast Cancer Genes Don't Raise Tumor-Linked Death Risk (HealthDay)
  36. Slaying suspect ruled competent to stand trial
  37. Overweight kids face widespread stigma (AP)
  38. Humans remember four things at a time
  39. Book review: The Ethical Chemist. [Adventures in Ethics and Science]
  40. Tikvah Therapeutics Raises $10 Million Gross Proceeds in Private Financing
  41. Equipment worth $22M missing from CDC (AP)
  42. Many cancer survivors go back to work as usual (Reuters)
  43. Therapy for depression cuts suicide attempts (Reuters)
  44. Short-term Memory Capacity for Most: Four Items
  45. How Young Are Influenced To Drink
  46. Domestic Violence Challenges Work Goals
  47. Why Kids of Divorced Parents Divorce
  48. Analysis: Iraq report won't help Bush
  49. FDA Approves CustomVue Monovision LASIK
  50. Diabetes drug side effect reports triple (AP)
  51. US official urges mental health changes (AP)
  52. 9 people file lawsuit against TB flyer (AP)
  53. Researcher seeks food chain toxin tests (AP)
  54. UK mental wards may do more harm than good: Lancet (Reuters)
  55. Research reveals anatomy of suppressed memories: study (AFP)
  56. Double protection doesn't improve HIV prevention (Reuters)
  57. Research: Brain Can Be Trained To Supress Bad Memories
  58. Diabetes drug side effect reports triple
  59. Report: Teen birth rate hits record low (AP)
  60. Atty: Guilty plea coming in steroid case (AP)
  61. No veto on children's health urged (AP)
  62. is the Me Moment'; The nation recharges its batteries on the web at
  63. Short-term Memory Capacity for Most: Four Items
  64. Government to Ban Slaughter of Cattle Unable to Stand or Walk
  65. 126 people ill after Chicago food fest (AP)
  66. Research into suppressed memories could help treatment for depression (AFP)
  67. Culture Influences Perception
  68. Repress Emotional Memories With Practice
  69. The Humane Interface: New Directions for Designing Interactive Systems
  70. Teens less sexually active; birth rate at record low
  71. Reduction Of High-Risk Behavior Among HIV-Positive People...
  72. FDA will ask about Medtronic spinal disc (AP)
  73. Study Compares Colon Cancer Drug Regimens (HealthDay)
  74. No Evidence Tomatoes, Lycopene Cut Cancer: FDA (HealthDay)
  75. 'Sexually active' Malawians urged to take HIV tests (AFP)
  76. Nurse's Notes On the menu: Love potion No. 9 or gourmet sex
  77. U.S. ranchers lobby in court again to argue for banning Canadian cattle
  78. Idenix writes off hepatitis drug after FDA review
  79. UK Hospital gets high marks in magazine's national ratings
  80. Robot visits patients when doctor can't (AP)
  81. Patient, Wife, Mother, Killer
  82. U.S. News & World Report Releases America's Best Hospitals 2007
  83. Key senators agree on kids' health plan (AP)
  84. Study Compares Colon Cancer Drug Regimens (HealthDay)
  85. No Evidence Tomatoes, Lycopene Cut Cancer: FDA (HealthDay)
  86. Psychologists face many years of school to be doctors
  87. What's the Story of Your Career?
  88. Debate on bill to ban smoking lights up Pa. House
  89. Major breakthrough in understanding how HIV interferes with infected cell division
  90. Psychologists face many years of school to be doctors
  91. China fights back, goes after U.S. meat (AP)
  92. Enduring a rare disease with no cure (AP)
  93. Language a barrier for some prevention efforts
  94. E. coli closes Hamlin beach
  95. Officials Probe Three Liposuction Deaths at Arizona...
  96. CDC quarantine officers ever on watch (AP)
  97. Professor: Harry Potter book offers lessons in death, grief
  98. State Offers Free Help For Smoking Quitters
  99. AIDS case deal may forgive Libyan debt (AP)
  100. No hype, here are the biggest dangers to Northwest Florida residents
  101. N.S. rejects funding for cancer drug Avastin
  102. Child health insurance bill faces veto (AP)
  103. Americans trail Chinese in understanding another person's perspective
  104. , Sharon, Pa
  105. CDC quarantine officers ever on watch
  106. Food-labeling effort gains new momentum (AP)
  107. The Psychology of Survey Response
  108. Read the story
  109. Heartfelt gift for Lucas
  110. Two Large Studies Show Decline In Suicide Attempts With Antidepressant Treatment
  111. Is an innocent man serving a life sentence?
  112. Buddha tooth relic a clear fake, say experts
  113. Libya to decide fate of foreign medics in HIV case (Reuters)
  114. Study: Who's the boss? Apparently the wife
  115. UK doctor questioned over vaccine scare
  116. Perhaps the system lacks sanity
  117. Statewide public smoking ban readied for final vote in House
  118. 'Low Blood Sugar' Message Provides Insights In The Fight Against Diabetes
  119. Food-labeling effort gains new momentum (AP)
  120. Child health insurance bill faces veto (AP)
  121. AIDS case deal may forgive Libyan debt (AP)
  122. Enduring a rare disease with no cure (AP)
  123. China fights back, goes after U.S. meat (AP)
  124. Sex education creates storm in AIDS-stricken India (Reuters)
  125. Complaining To Friends Increases Girls' Misery
  126. New Study Sheds Light on How We Would Have Done Things Differently
  127. Study: Grapefruit Raises Breast Cancer Risk
  128. CORRECTION - Don't trust your man, Indian minister tells women
  129. Exercises May Curb Falls By Parkinson's Patients
  130. Food label warnings seen as confusing (AP)
  131. Coming soon, safer cigarettes? (AP)
  132. VA will expand mental health services (AP)
  133. UK autism doctor faces misconduct probe (AP)
  134. Chemical 'Paint' Helps Surgeons See Cancer's Borders (HealthDay)
  135. New test pinpoints deadliest prostate cancers (Reuters)
  136. Libya to decide fate of foreign medics in HIV case (Reuters)
  137. Industry Pollutants Trigger Parkinson?s
  138. Scientist Work to Develop a Fear Pill
  139. Girl Talk May Place Some at Risk
  140. VA Will Expand Mental Health Services
  141. Negative 'Girl Talk' May Trigger Misery
  142. VA Will Expand Mental Health Services
  143. Group: Weight training can help elderly (AP)
  144. Study: Older diabetes drugs safe to use (AP)
  145. New Test Helps Detect Spreading Breast Cancer (HealthDay)
  146. New clue for HIV drug side effects: study (Reuters)
  147. Paradigm Shift: Are You Hearing All the Facts?
  148. The Sciences of the Artificial - 3rd Edition
  149. Study: Older diabetes drugs safe to use
  150. Ped Med: Non-drug options slighted? ...
  151. TB patient preparing for surgery (AP)
  152. Chemical 'Paint' Helps Surgeons See Cancer's Borders (HealthDay)
  153. New Test Helps Detect Spreading Breast Cancer (HealthDay)
  154. Smoking Linked to Depression
  155. Genetics Influence Auditory Processing
  156. AACAP Applauds Hawaii's Governor Linda Lingle For Vetoing Psychologist Prescribing Bi
  157. Cigarette tax jump lowers smoking rates
  158. Weight Training Benefits Elderly Too
  159. Libya distributing money to HIV families in medic case (Reuters)
  160. SECURITY-BRAZIL: Oedipus Caught in the Crossfire
  161. Man Infected With Flesh-Eating Bacteria
  162. AACAP Applauds Hawaii's Governor Linda Lingle For Vetoing Psychologist Prescribing Bi
  163. Neurologist fills critical need in region
  164. Lawmakers decry FDA plans to close labs (AP)
  165. Envoy: China makes strides in AIDS fight (AP)
  166. TB patient who fled Ark. hospital found (AP)
  167. Fruits, veggies don't stop cancer return (AP)
  168. Intensive diet doesn't prevent breast cancer: study (AFP)
  169. Army starts stress program but lacks resources (Reuters)
  170. Disturbed Sleep Tied to Cognitive Decline In Elderly Women
  171. Scott Horton - Bush and Psychologists Who Abet Torture
  172. Army Starting Brain Injury Education
  173. Making Treatment for Bipolar Disorder a Family Affair
  174. Fruits, veggies don't stop cancer return (AP)
  175. Army to educate troops on brain injuries (AP)
  176. When to let go? Medicine's top dilemma (Reuters)
  177. Libya lifts death sentences in HIV case (AP)
  178. Moonda psychologist: Spoiling led to murder
  179. Senate Panel to Take Up Cigarette Bill
  180. TB patient Andrew Speaker will have lung surgery
  181. Women's cognitive decline associated with interrupted or fitful sleep
  182. Taking Cancer Drug With Food May Cut Costs (HealthDay)
  183. Anxious wait in Libya for reprieved medics (AFP)
  184. Curry May Slow Alzheimer?s
  185. Psychologist says Wells was delusional
  186. Pfizer 2Q Profit Falls 48 Percent
  187. Bashful Psychiatrists Urged To Talk Sex
  188. Bulgaria, EU move to secure freedom for HIV medics (Reuters)
  189. The End of Barroom Brawls: Study Shows Alcohol Can Reduce Aggression
  190. Elderly Sleep Woes Linked To Suicide Risk
  191. Charges Stay for Soldier Who Hid His HIV Status
  192. Group Therapy Helps Men With Impotence
  193. Bush Threatens to Veto Health Bill (AP)
  194. New Bush panel to police food imports (AP)
  195. CORRECTED: When to let go? Medicine's top dilemma (Reuters)
  196. Natural Cancer-Fighting Protein May Also Slow Aging (HealthDay)
  197. World struggling to treat HIV/AIDS (Reuters)
  198. Group Therapy For ED
  199. Trial Evaluates Lithium for Pediatric Bipolar
  200. Manage Cravings for High Calorie Foods
  201. Competitive Bidding Law
  202. If Harry dies. . .
  203. World struggling to treat HIV/AIDS
  204. Reports Show Involvement of US Psychologists
  205. Hot dog chili sauce in botulism recall (AP)
  206. Study: Clinics overuse lab technique (AP)
  207. Survey finds many docs stress mistakes (AP)
  208. Tamper-resistant pads could prove a pain (AP)
  209. Diabetes drug tied to increased cancer prevalence (Reuters)
  210. Bulgaria pushes Libya on medic transfers (AP)
  211. Studies: Restless legs syndrome is real (AP)
  212. Survey Finds Many Docs Stress Mistakes
  213. Merv Griffin Treated for Prostate Cancer
  214. Hot Dog Chili Sauce in Botulism Recall
  215. Natural Cancer-Fighting Protein May Also Slow Aging (HealthDay)
  216. Reports Show Involvement of US Psychologists
  217. Where there's smoke, there's fired worker
  218. Dodgy doctors: The G-string and other scandalous exploits
  219. Male circumcision can cut HIV infection, studies show (AFP)
  220. The Wall Street Journal
  221. Archive: Study links video games to reckless driving
  222. When you die, do you know you're dead? [Cognitive Daily]
  223. Study: 46 Percent of Teens Hurt Themselves on Purpose
  224. Emotional memories can be suppressed with practice
  225. Illinois Confirms 3rd Human Case Of West Nile Virus For 2007
  226. Preconditioning protects brain from stroke
  227. Brushing aside threats of a presidential veto, a Senate committee on Thursday approve
  228. Ariz. TB patient transferred to Denver (AP)
  229. Zambia opens first cancer hospital (AFP)
  230. EU drug regulator highlights depression danger of weight-loss pill (AFP)
  231. Exercise may help with hard-to-treat depression (Reuters)
  232. Genetic Analysis Offers Insights Into AIDS Resistance (HealthDay)
  233. Pediatric Ritalin?A Cause for Concern?
  234. Medication May Reduce Alzheimer?s and Parkinson?s
  235. Premenstrual Depression May be Genetic
  236. Effectiveness of Primary Care for Mental Health
  237. R.I. Governor Blocks Infertility Bill
  238. Tammy Faye Discusses Her Fight With Cancer
  239. VA Secretary Promises Increased Mental Health Services For Veterans
  240. Vendors pitch healthier foods for kids (AP)
  241. U.S. agencies probe botulism poisoning (AP)
  242. Hospital told to return placenta to mom (AP)
  243. Studies: Restless legs syndrome is real (AP)
  244. Survey finds many docs stress mistakes (AP)
  245. Malaria drugs cut cancer risk in lupus patients (Reuters)
  246. Career Chemistry: Best Jobs for Social People
  247. Psychologist Accepts Punishment For Sexual Episode
  248. Career Chemistry: The Best Jobs for Six Personality Types
  249. Court: VA Must Pay Agent Orange Victims
  250. Vide games may not be an addiction, but they can be trouble