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Photo: Mental Health Link to Diet Change Mental Health Link to Diet Change
BBC - Wed Jan 18, 2006
Changes to diets over the last 50 years may be playing a key role in the rise of mental illness, a study says. More»

Photo: Secret to Chocolate's Heart Benefits Found Secret to Chocolate's Heart Benefits Found - Wed Jan 18, 2006
A new study reveals the chemical in chocolate that produces known heart-healthy benefits. More»

Photo: Dogs Smell Cancer in Patients' Breath, Study Shows Dogs Smell Cancer in Patients' Breath, Study Shows
National Geographic News - Fri Jan 13, 2006
Ordinary household dogs with only a few weeks of basic "puppy training" learned to accurately distinguish between breath samples of lung- and breast-cancer patients and healthy subjects. More»

Photo: Tea Could Save Women's Lives Tea Could Save Women's Lives
Ananova - Fri Dec 16, 2005
Drinking just two cups of tea a day could reduce the risk of ovarian cancer, says a new study. More»

Hospital Hit by Stronger Superbug
BBC - Tue Dec 6, 2005
Eleven patients at Walsgrave hospital in Coventry have acquired a superbug said to be stronger than MRSA. More»

Bone marrow donors risk DNA identity mix-up
New Scientist - Thu Oct 27, 2005
IT SOUNDS like an open-and-shut case: a clear DNA match is made between semen from a serious sexual assault and a blood sample from a known criminal. More»

Photo: Ginseng 'helps to ward off colds' Ginseng 'helps to ward off colds'
BBC - Tue Oct 25, 2005
Taking the herbal remedy ginseng reduces the risk of developing a cold, a Canadian study says. More»

Photo: New Scientific Yoga and Art of Relaxation New Scientific Yoga and Art of Relaxation
Medical News Today - Wed Sep 14, 2005
London, UK - Imagine the life when you need only 2 hours of sleep to re-energise. More»

Vitamin C 'helps to fight cancer'
BBC - Mon Sep 12, 2005
High doses of vitamin C injected into the bloodstream may help fight cancer, a US study says. More»

Sheep Can Pass BSE to their Lambs
New Scientist - Thu Aug 18, 2005
BSE has been shown to spread naturally between sheep for the first time. More»

Long working hours 'health risk'
BBC - Wed Aug 17, 2005
Working long hours can greatly increase the risk of suffering injury or illness, a study says. More»

Yoga May Prevent Weight Gain
CBS - Sun Jul 24, 2005
Practicing yoga can help prevent the dreaded middle-age spread and even shed unwanted pounds. More»

Male infertility 'is increasing'
BBC - Sat Jun 25, 2005
Infertility may be becoming more of a man's than a woman's problem, new figures suggest. More»

Drink More Diet Soda, Gain More Weight?
WebMD - Sun Jun 12, 2005
People who drink diet soft drinks don't lose weight. More»

Pesticide Lnked to Parkinson's Disease
BBC - Wed May 25, 2005
Exposure to pesticides could increase the risk of developing Parkinson's disease, researchers have warned. More»

Plastic Food Packaging May Cause Cancer
NOVIS - Wed Apr 20, 2005
Compounds found in plastic food packaging could be possible cancer-causing agents, according to a worrying new study from the US. More»

Milk not best for strong bones, report finds
Associated Press - Sun Mar 6, 2005
CHICAGO - Children who drink more milk do not necessarily develop healthier bones, researchers said Monday in a report that stresses exercise and modest consumption of calcium-rich foods such as tofu. More»

Ants Can Cause Asthma, Allergies
Web MD - Thu Feb 24, 2005
Household ants can cause allergies and asthma. More»

Photo: 'Mad Cow' Disease Found in Goat 'Mad Cow' Disease Found in Goat
BBC - Thu Jan 27, 2005
A French goat has tested positive for mad cow disease - the first animal in the world other than a cow to have bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE). More»

The Madness of Our Mad Cow Policy
Jim Hightower, AlterNet - Tue Mar 9, 2004
Two-thirds of infected cows couldn't be tracked and presumably had ended up in our lunches and dinners. More»

Mad Cow Beef Recall 4 Times Larger Than Reported
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - Wed Mar 3, 2004
The amount of meat subject to recall from the nation's first case of mad cow disease was nearly four times larger than previously reported and as much as 17,000 pounds may have been eaten, the U. More»

Government ends search for more mad cows
Associated Press - Mon Feb 9, 2004
WASHINGTON - The Agriculture Department is ending its search for additional cases of mad cow disease even though officials have not found several animals suspected of having eaten the potentially infectious feed believed to have caused the only known U. More»

Bush Administration Nixes Wider Mad Cow Testing
WFIE-TV - Fri Jan 30, 2004
The Bush Administration says it has no plans to expand testing of cattle for mad cow disease, citing -- in the words of unnamed administration officials -- the "gargantuan" cost of testing the 35 million cattle slaughtered each year in the United States, the McClatchy newspaper chain reports. More»

A Worker from the Mad Cow Meat Plant Speaks Out - Mon Jan 19, 2004
My name is Dave and I work at Vern's Moses Lake Meats. More»

Culture of indifference leaves America open to BSE
The Guardian UK - Sun Jan 11, 2004
When the first case of mad cow disease was diagnosed in America a caustic joke began the rounds of the vets and food inspectors who monitor safety standards at the meat packing plants - It was no surprise, it went, that a sick animal had been brought to the slaughter, but it was absolutely shocking that the discovery had ever become public. More»

South Florida woman has mad cow disease
NBC6 - Tue Jan 6, 2004
MIAMI - As the federal government continues to assure Americans that there is little risk of mad cow disease spreading to humans after an infected cow was found in Washington state, a South Florida family knows first-hand how devastating the disease can be. More»

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