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AURORA, Colo. (AP) — Doctors say the early stages of pregnancy are an especially bad time for a pharmacological mix-up where a woman prescribed antibiotics instead is given a powerful drug used in chemotherapy. Yet a pharmacist at a Colorado...
We all know that every day, people in Mexico come across the border in pursuit of something they can't find in their country. What you may not know is that every day, people in the United States go across the border to Mexico for the same reason. They...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Teenage mothers are at increased risk of delivering their babies prematurely, while older moms are more likely to give birth via Caesarean section, according to a new study from Ireland. "It more or less confirmed what we know...
Staff WriterCALIPATRIA — The idea of commencement brings to Brianna Spence a mixed bag of feelings along with a smile. “(I’m) excited and nervous,” said Spence, known in her school as a committed athlete and a dedicated student who juggled a...
Right now the news is full of shocking revelations that are not actually all that surprising. Let’s go through the five most shocking (but not really) shocking disclosures. 1) M. Night Shyamalan ghostwrote the teen hit “She’s All That....
Aetna has a key role in Qatar's new national health care system. The Hartford health insurer was chosen to help the National Health Insurance Company of Qatar in developing a disease management program and to help generally in improving the country's...
The old cliche, "What you don't know can't hurt you" can be very dangerous when it comes to patients' health. In fact, in the medical health world, the phrase shifts to "what you don't know can kill you." The first step to good health is to speak openly...
Kathleen Anne Breen — all 8 pounds, 11 ounces and 21 inches of her — lay on her mother's chest at Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach. She had been born just hours before, and now, shielded by a blanket and tiny hat, she slept with the serenity...
As the 61-mile SunRail route wends its way toward completion, one of its pivotal stops will be a bustling beehive of construction — Health Village. Part of Florida Hospital Orlando's vision to build a health and wellness community around an...
Mary Ann Cross was entering freshman year at her Austin neighborhood high school when she had her first child. She was 16 when she had her second child. Now 18, she gave birth to her third two months ago. When people ask her why she's had so many...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Women who use birth control pills are less likely to develop ovarian cancer later in life, a new analysis of past studies suggests. Researchers pooled data from 24 studies and found Pill users had a 27 percent lower risk of...
This is the second of two articles updating women of all ages on the use of hormones. * I had to bite my tongue while sitting at Zinc Cafe & Market in Laguna Beach (one of my favorite places) the other day. Two beautiful young women who looked to be...
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