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Stricter Labeling Urged For Bottled Water

Updated: 07/09/2009 - Researchers and congressional investigators say consumers know less about bottled water than the tap water in their faucets because of the way the two are regulated.

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Calif. Students Quarantined In Japan For H1N1 Flu

Updated: 07/08/2009 - A group of 20 students studying in Japan through the University of California Davis have been quarantined after two of their Japanese tutors were diagnosed with H1N1 flu.

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Troops' Kids Seek Mental Help

Updated: 07/07/2009 - Children with parents in the military sought outpatient mental health care 2 million times last year, double the number at the start of the Iraq war.

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Eight-Person Kidney Swap

Posted: 07/07/2009 - A Maryland transplant surgeon says he and doctors at four hospitals have performed the largest series of multi-kidney donations ever...

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Internet-based Therapy Shows Promise for Insomnia

Posted: 07/07/2009 - Sleepless people sometimes use the Internet to get through the night. Now a small study shows promising results for insomniacs with nine weeks of Internet-based therapy.

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Government Tightening Food Safety Standards

Posted: 07/07/2009 - New safety standards aimed at reducing salmonella and E. coli outbreaks are part of a government effort to try to make food safer to eat.

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Baucus, Hospitals Said Near Deal

Posted: 07/06/2009 - Officials say the nation's hospitals are near a deal with the White House and a key lawmaker to pick up part of the cost of President Barack Obama's plan for expanded health coverage.

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Final Rules Out For Government Stem Cell Research

Posted: 07/06/2009 - The government is creating a master list of which embryonic stem cells qualify for taxpayer-funded research, now that President Barack Obama has lifted restrictions on the field.

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Companies Recall Products Linked To Milk Processor

Posted: 07/03/2009 - A big recall is under way across the country for nonfat dry milk, cocoa and other products linked to a possible salmonella contamination at a Minnesota processing plant.

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What's Going Around

Posted: 07/02/2009 - Here's what doctors at Wichita Clinic locations are seeing.

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Few Survive Cardiac Arrest, Even With Hospital CPR

Posted: 07/01/2009 - You don't have to be Michael Jackson to have this problem: The odds of surviving cardiac arrest after getting CPR in a hospital are slim and have not improved in more than a decade, a big Medicare study concludes.

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