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CHICAGO (AP) — Children on public insurance are being denied treatment by doctors at much higher rates than those with private coverage, according to an undercover study that had researchers pose as parents of sick kids seeking an appointment with a...
DILLWYN, Va. (AP) — Crouched in her cell, Ophelia De'lonta hoped three green disposable razors from the prison commissary would give her what the Virginia Department of Corrections will not — a sex change. It had been several years since...
Tags: Laws, Surgery, Salt, Crime, Law and Justice, Oregon
CHICAGO (AP) — Millions of women at high risk of breast cancer because of genes, family history or other reasons have a new option for preventing the disease. A big study finds that a drug cut the risk of developing breast cancer by more than...
LONDON (AP) — An international panel of experts says cellphones are possibly carcinogenic to humans after reviewing details from dozens of published studies. The statement was issued in Lyon, France, on Tuesday by the International Agency for...
Blackberries, smartphones, flip phones. Having a cell phone is now the norm. But constantly using that phone may have a negative effect on your health. The World Health Organization released a new study Tuesday, noting radiation from cell-phones may...
Tags: Surgery, Cancer, Brain, Human Body, Human Interest
WASHINGTON (AP) — For the first time, women's death rates from lung cancer are dropping, possibly a turning point in the smoking-fueled epidemic. It's a small decline, says the nation's annual report on cancer — just under 1 percent a year....
CHICAGO (AP) — The first large study to examine the use of X-rays, CT scans and other medical radiation in children estimates the average child will get more than seven radiation scans by age 18, a potentially worrisome trend. Most of the scans...
CHICAGO (AP) — A new study finds that one in five heart defibrillators may be implanted for questionable reasons without solid evidence the devices will help. The implants shock the heart back into a normal rhythm when it starts beating...
NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. eye specialists are welcoming the Nintendo 3DS game device, dismissing the manufacturer's warnings that its 3-D screen shouldn't be used by children 6 or younger because it may harm their immature vision. On the contrary,...
Christina Gerken smelled the stench from the street. When the volunteer from Mishawaka’s Pet Refuge center opened the door of a South Bend house after a slew of neighbors’ complaints of cats overtaking the property, a powerful odor of ammonia...
WASHINGTON (AP) — New research shows a painstaking surgical technique can help some men deemed infertile because of childhood cancer treatment to become fathers after all. Young men can bank sperm before cancer treatment if they're told that...
CHICAGO (AP) — Was your kid born to be an elite athlete? Marketers of genetic tests claim the answer is in mail-order kits costing less than $200. Some customers say the test results help them steer their children to appropriate sports. But...
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