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Orlando Sentinel (FL)

October 13, 2005

PANAMA CITY -- An 8-year-old boy charged with a felony for allegedly kicking a teacher has been committed to a mental-health facility after he tried to stab a Children's Home Society worker at a psychiatrist's office.

After the boy was arrested last week at a school for children with emotional and behavior problems, she said she hoped it would lead to treatment he had previously been unable to get.

Global Research

by Dr. Leonard Horowitz

October 12, 2005

If avian flu becomes more than a threatened pandemic, it will have done so by political and economic design.

In April, 2003, a social experiment called SARS, said to have arrived from Asia, heavily struck Toronto. I was there throughout most of this Asian flu-foreshadowing fright. This bizarre new pneumonia-like illness was named Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome. It was said to be the latest threat in an ongoing series of attacks on humanity by mysteriously mutating "supergerms."

Missoula Independent (MO)

by Nick Davis

October 6, 2005

What's gone awry with the military's anthrax vaccine program?

Almost a year and a half ago, Hubbell received an e-mail from her daughter-in-law expressing concern about the anthrax vaccination program that Hubbella's son, a 27-year-old senior airman then stationed at a West Coast Air Force Base, had begun receiving prior to his deployment overseas.

Canada

by Lauran Neergaard

October 5, 2005

Preschoolers may signal the arrival of flu season. Thirty days after hacking three- and four-year-olds start showing up in doctors' offices and emergency rooms, flu-ridden adults follow.

It's a provocative discovery sure to bolster growing calls to vaccinate more healthy children against influenza - to help keep the misery from spreading. Moreover, researchers using a system that almost instantly tracks Boston-area health care found that a spike in respiratory illness among youngsters under five predicts that about five weeks later, influenza-related deaths among the elderly will peak.

Mercola

by Dr. Joseph Mercola

October 2, 2005

How often do you crave the divine decadence of dark chocolate but feel it's too unhealthy to enjoy? Great news! You probably have read the many studies I have posted the past few years that properly processed chocolate can be a health food.

Ten years of international research, dozens of reviews in scientific journals and millions of dollars have shown that through proper growing, fermenting, roasting and processing, healthy chocolate can be produced.

New York Times

by Denise Grady; Gina Kolata contributed

October 1, 2005

Five teenagers developed a serious neurological disorder within two to four weeks after receiving the vaccine Menactra, which prevents a severe and deadly form of meningitis, the Food and Drug Administration reported yesterday.

All have recovered or are recovering from the illness, Guillain-Barr syndrome, which causes weakness in the arms and legs and can spread to the chest and impair breathing. In the meantime, parents should continue to vaccinate their children, said Dr. Karen Midthun, deputy director of the drug agency's Center for Biologics Evaluation.

World Net Daily

September 28, 2005

In an apparent major breakthrough, scientists in Korea report using umbilical cord blood stem cells to restore feeling and mobility to a spinal-cord injury patient.

The research, published in the peer-reviewed journal Cythotherapy, centered on a woman had been a paraplegic 19 years due to an accident. After an infusion of umbilical cord blood stem cells, stunning results were recorded: "The patient could move her hips and feel her hip skin on day 15 after transplantation. On day 25 after transplantation her feet responded to stimulation."

World Net Daily

September 27, 2005

Hospital suspends transplants, probes allegation of false records

One of the top organ transplant hospitals in California has suspended its liver program following allegations a Saudi national improperly received an organ ahead of dozens of other needy American patients.

The New York Times (NJ) [Requires free subscription]

by David Kocieniewshi

September 23, 2005

A formal complaint filed Thursday charged that five members of the governing board of the state's embattled medical school work for companies that do business with the school.

Questions about the possible conflicts come as federal and state law enforcement officials investigate irregularities involving millions of taxpayer dollars spent by the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, the nation's largest health care university.

Times Online (UK)

by Richard Irving

September 21, 2005

A BRITISH drugs company has found a cure for hayfever derived from the saliva of blood-sucking parasites.

Ticks usually are equated with the spread of Lyme disease, the potentially fatal infection carried by the insect, which it transmits when it bites its victims.

      
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