Health News Archive - January 21, 2009
South Africa allows schools to give children age 12 and older condoms to fight the spread of HIV but distribution is sketchy, U.S. researchers have found.
At least 167 cases of dengue fever, a dangerous and sometimes fatal mosquito-born illness, have been reported in Cairns on the northeast coast of Australia. Queensland health officials declared an epidemic Tuesday, The Brisbane Courier-Mail reported.
Medication and psychotherapy can benefit people obsessive about their physical appearance, a researcher in South Africa says.
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- National Association of School Nurses and Triaminic(R) send Sick Day Guidelines home to help guide parents through the cough and cold season - On average, school-aged children get six to 10 colds every year and some 22 million school days are missed each year(i) SILVER SPRING, Md., Jan.
TROY, Mich., Jan.
- a slit in a tire to drain away surface water and improve traction.